S’mores Cupcakes Featuring Chocolate Marshmallow Buttercream

As we continue with cupcake week I wanted to introduce you to a shop favorite. I was asked to put these together by a dear, kind man with a massive sweet tooth! His comment was “Lana, I love S’mores and adore your cupcakes—how can we make both?” Today’s recipe is my solution and they were…

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Ana’s Earth Day Brown Rice & Vegetable Harvest Bake

On this day, April 22nd we demonstrate our support and protection of our beloved Mother Nature. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide and global actions are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more…

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Mini Pineapple Upside Down Cakes & a little history

Pineapples have been around forever, right? Yes! Well, almost. In reality, canned pineapples that we use in our beloved upside down cakes were not available until 1903 when Jim Dole of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (now Dole Pineapple) perfected a way to tin them. So where did people get the idea of putting fruit at…

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Guest Chef Sarah’s Healthier Game Day Meatball Sub Bake

  Last year on Facebook, my good friend Thad posted a fabulous looking meatball sub casserole recipe before the big game, so my wheels started to turn and I simply had to develop my own. My friend Sarah and I wanted to create a feel good, healthier recipe that was, of course, delicious, but with…

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Guest Chef Christmas Cookie Exchange! Mary’s Mini Cinnamon Cookie Rolls

Mini Cinnamon Cookie Rolls These spicy little spirals offer intense cinnamon flavor and are a crispy, buttery cross between snickerdoodles and cinnamon rolls. These luscious Christmasy bites are our friend Mary’s most popular requests for cookie exchanges. Mary says, “Most people say they taste like Christmas!” Grab a mug of steamy coffee or a tall glass of…

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Oaxacan Enchilada Breakfast Bake

This is a wonderful, slightly spicy morning casserole or bake filled with traditional Mexican ingredients and flavors. I found it very easy to put together, reminiscent of preparing lasagna, but without the noodle boil, or complicated prep of pasta sauce. I chopped a few veggies, opened a few cans, beat a few eggs, opened a…

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