Disneyland’s Churro Toffee (a Copycat Recipe!)

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Disneyland’s churro toffee is one of my favorite treats in the parks! If you know my mother and I we are Disneyland and Disney treat fanatics! Our churro toffee is a copycat recipe we came up with and it tastes just like the real deal—crispy buttery toffee with toasted almonds in it all coated in white chocolate and cinnamon sugar. Continue reading “Disneyland’s Churro Toffee (a Copycat Recipe!)”

How to Make a DIY Hot Chocolate Bar

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There’s nothing that says warm and cozy better than a cup of hot chocolate! When temps are low and flames crackle in the fireplace, hot cocoa is the perfect companion. Whether you set up an elaborate hot chocolate bar, or simply put a pot on the stove, there are so many ways to prepare and enjoy a warm cup of chocolate-y brew. This season, we want to share our ideas about how to make a DIY Hot Chocolate Bar!

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Cranberry Almond Baked French Toast

cranberry almond baked french toast casserole with titleThis baked cranberry almond French toast is sweet and made with fresh cranberries and sliced almonds, with a hint of almond in the batter. Topped with a light glaze and freshly whipped cream. On top of tasting amazing, your kitchen will smell incredible too! Continue reading “Cranberry Almond Baked French Toast”

Fresh Key Lime Pie

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Welcome to heaven! This brightly flavored key lime pie has it all — sweet, tart, fresh, tangy, a smooth filling, and a crunchy crust.  Key lime pie has been a favorite in our family for years. So, just what is a key lime? Key limes are smaller than the usual Persian limes we find in supermarkets across the U.S. The key lime is small, slightly yellow and has more seeds than it’s Persian cousin. It’s also  a bit tarter and has a slight floral taste.

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Chocolate Pecan Pie

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Chocolate Pecan Pie. Oh my. Rich, fudgy chocolatey bottom, with that toasted brown sugar pecan flavor we all know and love, all in a flaky pie crust! This chocolate pecan pie has become a staple in my house for thanksgiving, well, and year-round! It’s so easy to make and I really cannot get enough of it! Continue reading “Chocolate Pecan Pie”

Lemon Meringue Pie

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This is seriously the best lemon meringue pie you’ll ever have! It has a sweet sugar cookie crust, tart and tangy lemon curd, and sweet marshmallowy meringue! I always make at least two of these pies for Thanksgiving because they go fast! And let’s just say, it doesn’t make for a bad breakfast the day after thanksgiving either. Continue reading “Lemon Meringue Pie”

Blueberry Sour Cream Pie

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This blueberry sour cream pie is light and flavorful! Fresh blueberries, folded into a light sour cream custard for a pie that is fresh and not too heavy! I absolutely love this variation on a baked fruit pie and it takes less only 5 minutes to put this filling together!

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Lemon Bars w/ Gingersnap Crust

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Lemon Bars with a gingersnap crust. These easy lemon bars have a bright and fresh lemony curd, a spicy and soft gingersnap crust, and a dusting of powdered sugar! Our gingersnap lemon bars are the perfect dessert to bridge the gap between summer and fall flavors! Continue reading “Lemon Bars w/ Gingersnap Crust”