Homemade hot fudge is infinitely better than what comes bottled in a jar at the grocery store. Luckily, this recipe is very, very easy and comes from simple things you can buy at the grocery store. Combine all ingredients in a double boiler, stirring constantly until melted. That’s really all there is. Don’t let the… Read More


Nothing beats a good homemade roll. Except for a delicious recipe that works amazingly well for a white flour dinner roll as well as a part or completely whole wheat dinner roll. These babies are amazing and sure to go over well for anyone. The recipe makes a lot (36-48) and you can adjust the… Read More


There are probably a million recipes for chocolate chip cookies out there. I came across this one from a co-worker while I worked at the Testing Center at BYU during my college days. Someone was usually assigned to bring a treat every day of the week so work would be more entertaining. These cookies were… Read More


  Does anyone else ever buy something on a whim in bulk just to get it home and realize you don’t know what to do with it? I bought a big bag of frozen blueberries from Costco about a month ago. I thought my son would like them, which he does. But they are soooo… Read More


Triple Berry Fluff Salad

I love barbeques and pot lucks that seem to happen most often during the summer months. With Memorial Day right around the corner, I wanted to share a new favorite “fruit salad” that is always a huge hit. I took it to a large family function with my husband’s family and no one could figure… Read More


This recipe is one that I threw together to take to a new mom and was so pleased with how it turned out that I wanted to share it. There is a recipe in Utah called Zupas. They serve delicious soups and my favorite is called Nuts About Berries. It has cinnamon candied almonds, strawberries,… Read More


Cinco de Mayo is one of those super fun holidays to randomly celebrate even if you have no idea what it really is for (Mexican Independence Day). When I was mulling over what to make for my Cinco de Mayo post, I was in the middle of reading Josi Kilpack’s book Tres Leches Cupcakes. This… Read More


Any time I bring this fruit dip anywhere, someone always asks for the recipe. It’s often a little embarrassing because the dip is so simple, but it is so so so very delicious. It would be the perfect pairing to a fruit tray for a baby or bridal shower or any summer pot luck event.… Read More


My husband and I both lived in Portugal serving LDS missions several years ago before we even knew each other. We had several Hawaiians who also served with us. This recipe comes straight from one of them and has become a family favorite. I decided this last time to add in some stir-fry veggies and… Read More


I love, love, love coconut. This heavenly coconut poke cake is so delicious, though a little rich. I thought it would be such a fun Easter dessert. I decided to toast the coconut to top it and it turned out more delicious than when I haven’t toasted it. You could dye the coconut green and… Read More

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