Guest Chef Christmas Cookie Exchange! Maria’s Mexican Wedding Cookies

Mexican Wedding Cookies The cookies that are served at most weddings and celebrations are known in Mexico as biscochitos. The basic ingredients are nearly identical to Russian teacakes or shortbread: ground nuts, flour, butter, sugar. In Mexico they are rolled into balls or formed into crescent shapes and covered with confectioner’s sugar. Our friend Maria…

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Guest Chef Ricky’s Blue Ribbon Double Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake

This simple, fudgy chocolate dream couldn’t be easier! Dress it up or dress it down, but start with a box of chocolate cake mix and a few simple ingredients like sour cream and chocolate chips and the end result will make a moist, intensely-flavored chocolate cake with textbook results every time! Ingredients: 1 (18.25 oz)…

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Guest Chef Wednesday! Bethany’s Grandma’s Sweet Buttermilk Cornbread

In my opinion, few things pair better with a large steaming hot bowl of chili than Cornbread! Today’s delicious offering is from our friend Bethany who gathered it from her Grandmother who collected it from “her” Grandmother; it’s that memorable and delicious! With buttermilk and a few simple ingredients hiding in your kitchen, the end…

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Guest Chef Wednesday! Rachel’s Traditional Maine Pumpkin Bread

This is Rachel’s classic moist pumpkin bread embellished with the traditional spices of the season: cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. It improves with age, so plan to make it a day ahead if possible. Top with softened cream cheese spiked with maple syrup and orange zest! Heaven! Ingredients: 1 (15 z) can pumpkin puree 4…

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Maple Almond Banana Coffee Cake: Natural, Gluten Free & Paleo Friendly

Over the last couple of years, I’ve had many requests for gluten free and Paleo friendly recipes. So, I’ve been testing my heart out to bring you simple, delicious and pure recipes that fit the criteria. I was a little apprehensive going into this venture; with all of my ingrained baking techniques so deeply embedded…

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