A little late, but still tastes great: Strawberry Pizza for Valentines

I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day. I know!  It’s almost March. Here at my house, there isn’t much hullabaloo about it and I finally got around to making a dessert for my family. We don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day. My husband calls it the “Hallmark Holiday” and feels your spouse, children orContinue reading “A little late, but still tastes great: Strawberry Pizza for Valentines”

Sixty Minute Roll Recipe

Who doesn’t love homemade rolls? Especially when you smother them with butter. The smell of baking bread is SO delicious it makes my stomach ache. But honestly, who has the time to spend laboring over making bread?  I know, I don’t.  Especially during the week when it’s a rush to get dinner on the table.Continue reading “Sixty Minute Roll Recipe”

Gram’s Potato Salad

There are several recipes I have picked up from my mother that I have not yet found one that can rival it.  Her potato salad is one of them.  Today, I took the time to measure out how much I put in for the ingredients.  I’m the toss it in type.  I rarely measure.  AndContinue reading “Gram’s Potato Salad”

Cheesy Bread Sticks & Pizza Crust

I’ve tried multiple recipes on my family and this is the one for the best Cheesy Bread Sticks and for making our pizza crust.  It is a copy cat recipe for Pizza Hut’s Cheese Bread Stick’s, but again, I’ve made some modifications!  🙂 Cheesy Bread Sticks & Pizza Crust Makes 1- 11×15 inch crust orContinue reading “Cheesy Bread Sticks & Pizza Crust”


We eat waffles every Wednesday in our house.  My kids enjoy the routine of knowing what’s for breakfast. The original recipe is from Betty Crocker.  I’ve made changes to suit me. Breakfast Waffles 2 eggs 1 cup flour 2/3 cup milk 1/4 cup oil 1 TBsp sugar 1 TBsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 1 tsp vanillaContinue reading “Waffles”


I think just about every country has their own version of a pancake.  Growing up in my household, we had pannekoeken or Dutch pancakes.  Oma and Opa arrived in America from Holland (Netherlands) in 1956.  They brought many wonderful traditions and recipes our family enjoys, but Dutch pancakes are probably the most enjoyed in Mr.Continue reading “Pannekoeken”

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