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Individual Key Lime Custard Desserts

Individual Key Lime Custard Desserts

Key lime pie is one of my all-time favorite desserts. I love a good tart treat. So I turned my beloved key lime pie into delicious (and easy) individual custard dessert cups. There’s something about making a dessert into individual servings that elevates it to super fancy. These little key lime guys look extra special,… Continue Reading

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Valentine’s Day Cream Pudding Heart Cups

Valentine’s Day Cream Pudding Heart Cups

Happy Valentine’s Day Weekend! Even though I’m not a huge fan of Valentine’s Day, I do love sweets and the color pink. And there’s no better time of year to make pink treats than February. So I made easy Valentine dessert cups. Pink, hearts, and whipped cream – the combined results are stinking adorable for… Continue Reading

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Crispy Pesto Eggplant Slices

Crispy Pesto Eggplant Slices

Simple recipes are almost always the best recipes. Especially during the summer. Because who wants to be in the kitchen when you can be at the pool or beach?? Long, complicated recipes on a hot June evening…ain’t nobody got time for that. So here’s a real simple one for you guys.  We’re talking FOUR ingredient simple. Eggplant,… Continue Reading

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Light and Creamy Lemon Garlic Whole Grain Spaghetti

Light and Creamy Lemon Garlic Whole Grain Spaghetti

The month of April is rapidly coming to an end and May is beginning. Which means the beginning of summertime-esque recipes in the kitchen! Yeah, I know that summer doesn’t start until June. But who can wait that long? I’m ready for flip-flops, sangria, sand, and grilled burgers right NOW. Who’s with me? So in… Continue Reading

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Frozen Berry Greek Yogurt Bars

Frozen Berry Greek Yogurt Bars

Spring is here!! So what if it’s snowing? I’m still in the mood for warm weather treats. And these yummy frozen Greek yogurt bars hit the spot – simple, tasty, healthy, and refreshing. Kid-friendly, too! Last month I promised to share a series of healthy recipes this year. (Remember the skinny bean dip?) I’m keeping… Continue Reading

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Warm Smashed Skinny Bean Dip

Warm Smashed Skinny Bean Dip

I know what you’re thinking – since when did this gal start making anything that can be labeled “skinny”? Although most of my recipes contain loads of butter and carbs, I’ve decided to share some healthy snacks and meals in 2015. I’m hoping this will motivate me to cook more creatively by challenging me to… Continue Reading

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Bar Cookies From Above {Caramel Heavenlies}

Bar Cookies From Above {Caramel Heavenlies}

Still baking cookies for Christmas? You just found the perfect recipe…cinnamon caramel, coconut, almonds, marshmallows, and over a pound of butter in one giant sheet of bar cookies. Definitely not healthy, but definitely rich and delicious. And easy to make! I made up this recipe years ago. I don’t even remember how I came up… Continue Reading

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Fa-BOO-lous Pumpkin Gingersnap Crumble Parfaits

Fa-BOO-lous Pumpkin Gingersnap Crumble Parfaits

Want something other than candy for Halloween this year? How about pumpkin mousse and buttery ginger snap crumbs instead? (Or you can eat both like me…nothing can replace my candy corn.) This fancy-looking pumpkin confection is super easy and fast. And you can make about a dozen for the price of one Starbucks pumpkin spice… Continue Reading

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