My easy homemade banana pudding recipe includes healthy wholesome ingredients – milk, real butter, flour, egg yolk, sugar and vanilla – plus bananas & wafers to turn plain vanilla pudding into banana pudding greatness.
Banana pudding is a quick & easy comfort food for sure. And when it’s homemade? Well it doesn’t get any better than that!
A cinnamon spice fresh pear cake captures the Taste of Fall with its moist texture, chunky pears and flavorful cinnamon. I’ve reduced the fat by replacing the oil with healthy applesauce. What a delicious way to use this season’s pears!
Deep purple Concord grapes make a very flavorful homemade grape jelly. I’m sharing the lazy-cook’s way to make simple grape jelly without adding pectin. I’m even including the easiest way to preserve it longer-term by simple water-bath canning. Delicious, homemade and makes a great gift idea too.
Did you know you can make single-serve cheesecakes in small glass canning jars? It’s true. This Instant Pot mason jar cheesecake recipe makes five servings with cute mason jar presentation and needs only a 8 minute pressure-cooking time. Easy, fast, delicious!
Many gardeners or grocery shoppers wonder how to tell when a fresh watermelon is ripe. Luckily there are several indications to let you know when the time is right to pick or buy that perfectly-ripe, sweet, juicy watermelon.
Peach cobbler is one of my favorite dessert recipes. This simple peach cobbler recipe uses canned peaches and is baked in a 10″ cast iron skillet. Quick enough to bake on a random weeknight yet special enough for company.
So many fun desserts are topped with pie filling. Not only for a burst of flavor, but also for pretty presentation. But today I’m just using it as topping. Buying a full can of pie filling would be a waste.
The good news is you don’t have to plunk down the money for that can of pie filling. You can easily make it yourself in minutes with a simple can of fruit for cheap.