Fresh Apple Pie

Apple pie is a simple pie to make.  With the pie dough in the dairy case at the grocery, it don’t take long to make.  I used Macintosh apples because they are tart.   Some people like Granny Smith for the same reason.  You don’t have to be afraid to try making this pie even…

The Tale of Two Creeper Quilts

Creeper is a character in the on line game called Minecraft.  It is a very popular game for little kids.  I made 2 twin size quilts to sell last summer at the Metro Con in Tampa.  My older grandkids had a craft booth there.  They didn’t sell so they are now up on Etsy.  My…

Applesauce Honey Cookies

A really delicious cookie to make in the fall.  They have a wonderful apple and spice with a hint of honey. The cookie is soft and moist.  I used a cookie stamp to make fall flowers and decorated them with fall chocolate chips with colored sugar before I baked them.  The recipe calls for you…

Applesauce Banana Bread-Dairy Free And Sugar Free

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it is time to think about what we are going to serve for dinner or what we are going to take as a guest to dinner.  The hardest thing is to think up a desert for some one who can’t have dairy or sugar.   Here is a wonderful…

Simple Little Cookie Stamp and Peanut Butter Cookies

I was wandering through Walmart the other day waiting for my grand daughter get her hair cut.  So I took a look in the cake decorating isle and found this little cookie stamp by Nordic Ware.  I try to buy something every year from Nordic Ware because all their products are American made.  Only now…

Applesauce Bread Pudding

One of the first things I learned to make was bread pudding.  My mother had a Betty Crocker Cookbook and I would look through it at a early at an early age for things I could make.  Bread pudding was one of them.  I still like making and eating it.  I adapted a recipe from…

Squash Pie

One large Acorn Squash or Butternut squash. (I used sweet pudding variety which is white and yellow which is only available in the fall. ) Cut in half, remove seeds and place cut side down in baking pan. Add a little water and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until fork tender. Cool…