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Delicious Chocolate Holiday Fudge

This is a delicious chocolate holiday fudge that you can prep in about 20 minutes.  Super easy.  The recipe comes from my Aunt Muff, and the rumor is it’s the See’s Candy fudge recipe.  The recipe has been in my folder of family recipes for years, but it wasn’t until last Christmas that I finally made it.  It’s super rich so you can’t eat too much at one time but it holds well in your fridge so you can make it now and enjoy it throughout the rest of the Christmas season. (more…)

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The Best Sweet Potato Pie

This is seriously the best sweet potato pie recipe in the entire world.  When I think of Thanksgiving and sweet potatoes, I think of the overly sweet canned yams and marshmallow casserole, and for years I stayed far away from any sweet potato recipe.  Too sweet.  Then one year my sister showed up with my brother-in-laws Aunt Normas sweet potato pie, and everything changed.

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Spooky Halloween Snack Mix

This spooky Halloween snack mix isn’t too sweet and is a great treat this Halloween.  Your house will have all the holiday smells of pumpkin and spice, and your kids will gobble it all up in no time.  It’s yummy for adults too especially with a nice cold glass of Chardonnay.  Make it in the microwave to save yourself some time, so you have more time to hang out with your little monsters this Halloween. (more…)

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Quick and Yummy Nutty Homemade Granola

On crisp fall mornings, this nutty homemade granola is just the ticket.  I love to sprinkle it on some greek yogurt or have it with a little bit of macadamia milk, but it’s also great on its own as a snack.  My kids love store-bought granola, but with all the added sugar, I don’t like them to eat it very often.  This nutty homemade granola uses honey and agave for sweetener and the nuts add some healthy fat and protein, and they gobble it up especially when I add some chocolate chips. (more…)

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New Year’s Eve Kir Royal

You better be making some Champagne cocktails this holiday season!  They require minimal effort, but the payoff is huge. The Kir Royal, a combination of Champagne and creme de cassis, is an excellent choice for your bar when entertaining during the holiday season.  I’m surprised the French even want to put anything in their Champagne, but apparently, cassis isn’t like, gasp, orange juice in your bubbly!  This cocktail makes for a pretty and different drink at your bar for New Year’s Eve. (more…)

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