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National Frappe Day

National Frappe Day

Posted by on October 7, 2021

Have you ever driven out of your way to get a luscious, frosty frappé from your local coffee shop? Maybe you *sneak* over there? Maybe you can’t believe how much they cost?  Maybe the dang line is half way to Timbuktu and you can’t understand why EVERYONE has to be there too? Well, friend … read more »

Caramel Apple Frozen Drink Mix: 3 Ways

Caramel Apple Frozen Drink Mix: 3 Ways

Posted by on October 5, 2021

Ah, fall … the most wonderful time of the year. I love the cool air and pretty colors, the pumpkin spice lattes and caramel apples. I honestly start looking for the caramel apples in the grocery stores in August − weekly − just waiting for them to start lining the produce shelves next to the read more »

Fall in Love with 11 Autumn Desserts

Fall in Love with 11 Autumn Desserts

Posted by on September 30, 2021

There are so many signature spices and sweet treats for fall. From spiced cheesecake to warm-from-the-oven apple crisp, here are 11 of our favorite ways to dish up delicious desserts – all autumn long! 11 Favorite Desserts for Fall  1. Nana’s Caramel Apple Cheesecake. With swirls of creamy cheesecake and buttery caramel, this fresh-baked apple read more »

Ah, Sugar Sugar: Caramel Apple Fruit Pizza

Ah, Sugar Sugar: Caramel Apple Fruit Pizza

Posted by on August 27, 2021

Some tastes always take you back to childhood.  The magical stickiness of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on white bread. The toasty marshmallow goodness of melty s’mores. The creamy comfort of mac and cheese.  But I think it’s hard to top the sparkling sweetness of fresh-baked sugar cookies, still warm from the oven.    When read more »

NEW Caramel Mocha Frozen Drink Mix: 5 Ways

Posted by on August 20, 2021

Love coffee? Love cocktails? Welcome to the best of both worlds. NEW Caramel Mocha Frozen Drink Mix is officially here, and oh … mercy, my friends. You need this one in your life. It’s even available in a value pack, in case you needed one more reason to stock up this fall. Unbelievably dark, dreamy and creamy, these read more »

Creme Brulee

NEW Crème Brûlée Bar Mix: 6 Ways

Posted by on July 26, 2021

Oh, crème brûlée. You dreamy little taste of heaven. Traditionally, crème brûlée is a rich custard made with eggs, cream, sugar and vanilla, all topped with caramelized sugar. (Fun fact: the literal translation is “burnt cream,” which doesn’t even begin to describe its deliciousness.) It’s one of my all-time favorite desserts, so I couldn’t have read more »

Brownie Points

Brownie Points

Posted by on July 16, 2021

I used to host garden tea parties in my backyard, and it was planning for these events that taught me the delights of truly tiny treats. They’re cute, “fun-sized” and you can eat several without feeling like you’ve blown your diet – because there can’t be many calories in itty-bitties, right? The downside is that read more »

Strawberry Sundaes

5 Sweet & Simple Strawberry Sundaes

Posted by on July 7, 2021

Did you know that today is National Strawberry Sundae Day? If you were looking for a reason to dish up a little ice cream, now you have the perfect excuse. (I mean, it’s a holiday. You’re just doing your part.) In fact, July is National Ice Cream Month, which means it’s completely justified to keep the read more »

Refreshing Homemade Ice Pops

Posted by on July 2, 2021

We are finally getting out of the Minnesota rollercoaster of freezing-to-warm temps, and I’m ready for the sun! Looking at the forecast for the upcoming days, it might just be the start of hot sun and ice-cold, refreshing beverages. Since I usually have a Tastefully Simple bucket drink (or two!) on hand, I thought, wouldn’t read more »

Contest Award-Winning Recipes

Posted by on June 24, 2021

Anyone else out there love to watch “The Great British Baking Show”? During the pandemic, it became a nightly Netflix binge for my husband and me. I mean, it’s hard not to feel a little better about the world when you’re watching kind-hearted home bakers make all kinds of biscuits, pastries and cakes. Confession: I’m read more »