No cool story behind these muffins. I woke up one morning and was bored with my breakfast options. I wanted cinnamon chip pancakes, but… eh. I didn’t want oatmeal because no doctoring in the world could get me to choke it down. I kinda wanted cereal, but like Chinese food, I eat it and then I’m hungry 20 minutes later. Then I thought about muffins, but I didn’t want the usual muffin suspects and I wasn’t in the mood to blow 400 calories on cinnamon coffee cake muffins either. A slight dilemma.
Hi there! I’m Sarah and I write over at BettyCupcakes where I blend my Texas homecooking with the flavors of the Irish-Italian family I married into. Needless to say, there is no shortage of good food in our house!
My husband and I have a wee one at home and because of that we share quite a few date nights at home. While I love changing out of my sweatpants and going out for a night on the town, there’s something to be said for curling up on the couch in your pajamas with your sweetheart and treat. Warm and just a touch spicy, this mulled wine is the just the right indulgence for a cozy night.
Might I suggest serving it alongside a soft gingersnap cookie? The flavor combination is delightful!
Move over hot fudge, there’s a new kid in town. Salted caramel has become extremely popular over the last few years, and this recipe is one you’ll want to make and share. It’s extremely easy but does take patience. The results are incredible–sweet, creamy, and the perfect amount of salt combine to make one fantastic caramel sauce!
Kids Make Christmas
Hello Just Us Four readers and fans! I’m Sarah, The Chef Next Door, and am so excited to be guest blogging for Shannah today!
I am very passionate about baking, so over on my blog you’ll find lots of delicious recipes for sweet treats. I cook too, and also share my favorite meals.
Today I’m sharing with you a delicious Chocolate Almond Butter Marshmallow Fudge with Sea Salt. Although it sounds rich and decadent, it really isn’t too sweet at all. Using the almond butter evens out the flavors and the sea salt gives it the perfect touch.
Hi! I’m Danita and I very excited to be guest posting for Shannah here at “Just Us Four.” I have a passion for all things food. I love planning it, preparing it, sharing it and of course eating it! At O Taste and See I blog about my family’s favorite recipes and often the stories behind them. My husband says it’s about, “Real Food for Real People”, that means, simple, easy, delicious dishes, made from ordinary ingredients. If your reading about it, we’ve probably recently eaten it.
Happy Holidays, everyone! I’m Consie and I blog over at Atop Serenity Hill about face and body painting, cake decorating, photography and anything else that comes along on my creative journey. I am excited to be here today (thanks, Shannah!) to share my coffee filter Christmas tree garland with you!
Hi all! I’m Julie and I blog about kids, food, and life at Teaching Good Eaters. While most of my posts at my own blog are focused in getting kids to eat good food and bringing some peace to your mealtimes, my most popular blog post by far, was about making really easy and really inexpensive homemade gifts for kids.