Lemon loaf cake or lemon bread is one of my favorite quick breads to make. This Starbucks Copycat Recipe For Lemon Loaf Cake is so easy to make, your family will want you to make it all the time! The recipe makes two loaves, so you can enjoy one now, and freeze the other for later. Just take it out of the freezer and once thawed, drizzle on some of that lovely lemon glaze!
This old fashioned apple crisp is so rich and full of sweetness it is truly a taste of home. Mom’s Delicious Apple Crisp is one of the easiest recipes I know of, that you can stop by the store on the way home, and present your family with this awesome apple crisp in a matter of minutes. Just core and slice some apples (I often add pears too!) and toss them in a bowl with sugar, butter and some lovely cinnamon. The topping is just as easy, more sugar, oatmeal, butter and cinnamon. The secret to getting a crunchy apple crisp, one that’s bubbling with butter and apple juices is to make sure it bakes to the right temperature. And I show you how in my Tips To Make An Awesome Apple Crisp just below!
A rich chocolate cake, moist and dense with a rich chocolate buttercream is the stuff that dreams are made of. This Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake is the ultimate chocolate lover’s cake to be sure. Don’t you just love those sliced strawberries on top? If you follow my tips for this incredibly moist old fashioned chocolate mayonnaise cake, you can say goodbye to all those old dry chocolate cakes of the past. This homemade, one bowl scratch cake is so easy to make you’ll also say goodbye to cake mixes! Promise!
This post was originally published in May 2017, and updated August 22, 2018.
You will need: 1 cup mayonnaise, 1 cup white sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, 2 cups all purpose flour, 4 tbsp unsweetened cocoa, 2 tsp baking soda, 1 cup water and an 8 X 8 or 9 X 9 square baking pan.
Creamy rich and lightly spiced, but no one will know this amazing recipe is for a gluten free pumpkin pie! Yes it is?! How could gluten free taste so good, you ask? Well pumpkin pie is a must for the holidays, and if there is someone in your family that is gluten intolerant but loves pumpkin pie, then this recipe is perfect for you. You will save the day and their holidays with this easy to make delicious and decadent gluten free pumpkin pie. And we’ve got some baking tips too! If you follow the recipe tips I’ve listed for you in this post, your pumpkin pie top will never crack again. I promise.
A delightfully rich and creamy homemade pumpkin pie is the perfect holiday dessert. Thanksgiving dinners everywhere traditionally include this time honoured classic pie recipe. With just a hint of pumpkin pie spice, the creamy pumpkin pie filling is made with love and over 60 years of family traditions have done into this recipe. And then there is the pie crust! Our favorite recipe buttery pie crust can be made ahead of the day, so that you can roll it out once you’re ready to bake. You can already smell the blended spices of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, can’t you? I share this family recipe with you with love, and encourage you to start to build your own pumpkin pie traditions.