This is a modern twist on a classic layered dessert. You’ll find links to homemade options for the pudding, angel food cake and whipped cream. This is a great make a day ahead treat. Prepare the layers separately. Make sure you assemble the trifle right before serving!
“I don’t know how you do it. How do you even eat without meal prepping??” These are the thoughts I have when I run into people who don’t plan their grocery trips, dinners, or even meal prep. It makes zero sense to me.
I do my best to be a zero-waste kind of gal. Especially when it comes to food. I hate the idea of throwing away food that could have been used. I created these “Crazy Nana’s Caramel Cakes” for those days when you don’t want to throw away your bananas, but also don’t want to make theContinue reading
Good Lord. This dish is ah-mazing. It reminds me of going to little diners as a kid and ordering the apple pie. For some reason nothing tasted better than diner apple pie. These skillet apple dumplings are now king of the castle, bumping that diner apple pie right off its pedestal.
It’s been raining for days here in Northern California. Days and days. While there are plenty of practical things I could be doing, the rain always makes me want to bake! The tastiest angel food cake came from this past week’s weather.
Parenting hit me hard today. The laundry literally looks like it could eat me due to its sheer volume. The living room floor has crackers ground into it. My children seem to have forgotten entirely how to hear me. I can’t even focus on what dinner will be tonight. Enter vanilla pudding.
This bread comes with a story. I’ve been working on this recipe for a couple months now. It’s trickier than you think to make pumpkin bread hold together well while keeping it moist. I tried this so many different ways! Now onto the story of the Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread.