Homemade Blueberry Pop Tarts

Blueberry Pop Tarts! Bursting with blueberry filling & topped with a sweet vanilla glaze : ) My first time making homemade pop tarts — these cute snacks are easier to make than I expected. They may not be the prettiest but they’re definitely the yummiest! Fresh blueberries simmered with sugar & a splash of lemon.Continue reading “Homemade Blueberry Pop Tarts”

Easy Crab Cakes

Lump crab cakes! I absolutely love crab : ) Lump crab, a touch of seasoning & pan fried. Plate of deliciousness! Everyone has their version of the best crab cake. Crab should always be the star! Seasoning is great but I keep it simple. The best crab cake I ever ate… was in Maryland! ItContinue reading “Easy Crab Cakes”

Cheesy Breakfast Quesadilla

An egg-cellent way to start your morning! Breakfast quesadillas ~ eggs, melted cheese & a soft tortilla. It’s so darn good : ) The breakfast taco/quesadilla is super easy & quick. I used cheddar cheese with crumbled bacon & a side of fruit. Add your choice of favorites — guacamole, salsa, bacon or chorizo. AContinue reading “Cheesy Breakfast Quesadilla”

Strawberry, Banana and Nutella Crêpes

Did you know tomorrow is National Strawberry Day? 🍓 What better way to celebrate… homemade crêpes with nutella, bananas & strawberries : ) Strawberries are naturally sweet, wonderful aroma & such a pretty red! I just love strawberries! Crepes are Light, simple to make and taste delicious anytime of the day. So yummy! I madeContinue reading “Strawberry, Banana and Nutella Crêpes”

Brioche French Toast

Brioche Brunch! Who loves to brunch? I do : ) This fluffy, pillowy soft brioche french toast is definitely an upgrade from your typical french toast. You can make brioche bread from scratch (may I recommend a recipe by Fifteen Spatulas) or brioche bread is now available at many local supermarkets. I wanted to shareContinue reading “Brioche French Toast”

Creamy Cole Slaw

This is my Grandmom’s recipe — I can hear her southern accent calling it “slaw”. Her laugh was contagious, stories were funny and her slaw was a tradition passed down. I love a side of good coleslaw with seafood, ham, burgers, ribs (anything barbecue) and Thanksgiving dinner. For our family, Grandmom’s slaw became a holidayContinue reading “Creamy Cole Slaw”