Looking for a delicious Christmas dessert to grace your table? Look no further — this fantastic chocolate and mint trifle is perfect for a sweet finish to a large meal. Because it is made with tiny bite-sized portions of brownies mixed in with fluffy pudding and whipped cream, it is light enough that your guests [...]
This traditional pumpkin recipe is a staple at Thanksgiving meals. It can be made ahead and refrigerated. An alternative pumpkin pie is this easy no-bake recipe which makes 2 pies. The pecans are optional, so if you are in a hurry or don’t care for nuts, simply omit them. Without the nuts, it’s just a [...]
Whether you want a sweet dessert or simple fruit, these ideas for 4th of July dishes are perfect for taking to get-togethers or eating at home. This quick and easy flag made with strawberries, blueberries, and bananas can also be made with marshmallows in place of the bananas. To keep bananas from browning after they [...]
Homemade pie crusts are healthier than their commercial alternatives but are time-consuming to make. By making several at a time and freezing the dough, you can have the convenience of prepared crusts without the time investment each time you need one. Freshly ground whole wheat flour may be used in this recipe instead of white [...]
The day moms dread (or look forward to) all year long has arrived: the last day of school and the first day of summer vacation. To help moms keep their cool by helping their kids chill out, here are some recipes from www.LivingOnADime.com. Remember when you used to sit on your front steps on a [...]
This beautiful dessert is almost as much fun to look at as it is to eat. With gingerbread, pumpkin, gingersnaps, and pudding, you know it is going to be good. if you don’t have a trifle bowl, you can use a large, clear salad bowl. You can probably get away with making just one gingerbread recipe if you want to – I used about 1-1/2 of the two that I made when I prepared it in a trifle bowl, and you can see that I almost ran out of room in the bowl.