This old-fashioned recipe is always a hit and it doesn’t get any easier – 15 minutes to mix and pour and 55 minutes of impatiently waiting for this goldie goodie to bake. Let your pantry staples take the lead and surprise family and guests with this light-custardy delight.
Perfect for summer cookouts and a must during warmer days, this Grape Salad is a quick and versatile side dish that everyone will love. The silky sweet cream cheese dressing will deliver a delicious mix of flavors that will satisfy crowds. Sprinkle with brown sugar and pecans or eat it as is, this easy and creamy grape salad recipe packs a punch and can be made in 20 minutes or less!
It is only acceptable to eat pumpkin-related foods during the Fall. I’ve been making this dessert for years and it’s always a success. Easy to make and utterly delicious, the Pumpkin Crunch will please your crowds’ taste buds. You can prepare and refrigerate the wet ingredients the day prior but I strongly suggest to bake this dessert in the same day you are serving it. Remember to let it cool down for 3-4 hours before serving it to your guests. The top layer has a delicious crunch and the bottom will have a sweet pie consistency. All together is a party in your mouth. Oh and while you bake it, your whole house will smell amazing!
It is a great time to start sharing some of my favorite recipes since this is the start of the baking season. I personally like simple but delicious recipes and one of my most-liked casseroles is the Sweet Potato-Pecan. This dish is perfect for Thanksgiving gatherings and it’s a Southern staple, mainly in North Carolina.
While white potatoes are lower in fat and sugar, sweet potatoes have fewer carbs and calories. Also while sweet potatoes contain more vitamin A and vitamin C, white potatoes contain more protein and fiber. There is no clear winner in this battle and just everything else, the secret is to eat your potatoes in moderation.