Snickerdoodle Bread Pudding with Creamy Cinnamon Icing

Growing up anytime we had bread that went stale or was about to go bad my mom would make bread pudding for dessert. Now when I make it, just the smell can remind me of my childhood :). Today I’m sharing my recipe and a creamy cinnamon icing I love to generously pour over the top when I serve it.

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Kids, Recipes

Earth Day Cookies

Happy Earth Day! I use this day to teach our children about taking care of the earth God entrusted to us in the beginning. We read the creation story, plant seeds, play outside, work in the yard, plant a tree and do fun crafts repurposing items. Today we made Earth Day cookies as well! I was inspired by some cupcakes I saw on Pinterest. Continue reading “Earth Day Cookies”


Cornflake Cookies

I’m pretty excited for tonight! Every so often I will hostess a girl’s night with some girlfriends at our house. We usually play board games, talk, laugh a lot and enjoy fun snacks we all chip in on. Since it is after the kids bedtime we don’t have a meal. Each of us brings a snack, homemade or store bought doesn’t matter. I like to make something though since I love to bake/cook. This morning my little helpers and I made cornflake cookies! Continue reading “Cornflake Cookies”


Stuffed Peppers

Today I’m sharing my stuffed peppers recipe. It is a simple and tasty recipe that will make your house smell amazing while they bake! My oldest daughter is not a fan of meat but if you spice it up she loves it. This is one of her (and my husband’s) favorite recipes.

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Kids, Recipes, stay-at-home-mom

Spring Brownies

April showers… all I can say is, YAY! We are having wonderful rain today and I’m so thankful for it. My garden and yard are grateful also 🙂 Oh how I love the arrival of spring, and the showers we are getting are just a glorious reminder. Today I am sharing a fun treat the kids and I made to celebrate. Continue reading “Spring Brownies”