Snickers Bundt Cake

Recipe for leftover candy

Among the craziness of getting back into a solid routine for school, I find myself day dreaming of Fall.  Fall is one of my favorite seasons. The cooler weather, pumpkin recipes, leaves falling to the ground, and of course Halloween with all it’s amazing candy!  This Snickers Bundt Cake recipe is perfect for using up [...]

Chocolate Banana Pudding Parfait

Easy Instant Pudding Desserts

Mmmmmm…banana pudding. A staple to any Southern Sunday Supper. The slightly softened ‘Nilla wafers and ripe banana slices get me every time. I decided to give this classic Southern dish a new twist by layering in some chocolate too. These super easy Chocolate Banana Pudding Parfaits will be your new favorite go to dessert for [...]

Lemon and Blueberry @Chobani Yogurt Bundt Cake

Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bundt Cake With @Chobani

When I was in my early teens, I loved to bake cookies and cupcakes. In the past year or so, I have found a renewed love of baking with the help of a fun bundt cake baking group. I work full time, but when the weekend comes around, I love to grab my favorite bundt [...]

Quick and Easy Grilled Chicken and Beef Kabobs

Chicken and Beef Grilled Kabobs 2

Here in the South the kids are back in school already, and that means the return of hectic schedules. As, after school activities increase, our family can usually be found on the run multiple days of the week. I’m not the strongest weekly meal planner in the world, especially since DH is the one doing [...]

Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting and Bacon Sprinkles


Most days I like to think I eat meals that are pretty healthy. Green smoothies for breakfast. A salad or veggies with dinner are a must. Red meat usually no more than once or twice a week. But today we’ll deviate just a bit. We’re going to put all that healthy eating on hold. Today [...]

Hitting the Open Road With Those New Wheels…Responsibly


photo I thought I was the absolute shit, yo! Senior year of high school, I got my first car. It was a metallic rose colored – wait for it – Ford EXP. Oh yes, it was blazing hot cool on wheels. Look out, y’all! It was a used 1982 model and this was 1983, but [...]

How To Make Muffin Tin Pancakes

Pancake recipe

I love breakfast food. I can easily eat eggs for breakfast or dinner, and I am happy as a clam.  My kids are the same way about pancakes. They will eat them any time I take them to IHOP my husband makes them. When I read Anissa’s post, How to Make a Puff Pancake That Will Get [...]

Ham And Cheese Biscuit Turnovers

How to make Easy Ham and Cheese Biscuit Turnovers

Are you ever in a hurry to make lunch or dinner and short on time? I’m guessing you may have screamed an emphatic, YES! And if you are anything like me, you probably find yourself praying at the altar of time, begging for more hours in a day. I should also rephrase that as bartering [...]

Cinnamon Sugar Pull Apart Bread

How to make cinnamon sugar pull apart bread

Mother’s Day was yesterday.  How many of us truly got the entire day off from mom duty?  Not many, that’s for sure. If you have to spend time in the kitchen on Mother’ Day, why not make the most of it by having your kids join you. This recipe is perfect for little hands to [...]

It’s Not Mother’s Day


It’s not Mother’s Day. Not yet, anyway. But it will be. And until then, my Mama friends, that means keep on trucking with that maternal will and determination we all know and love. I’m not saying our husbands don’t help. But this job is 24/7 and in many cases we’re on constant call. So until [...]

Grooving with GrooveBook – Giveaway

groovebook on aiming low

First of all, this post needs a little background music. Hit play, and groove with me as tell you about this giveaway: Are you groovin’ and shaking your booty in your seat? Because I am, and you will too once you find out how groovy GrooveBook is. What is GrooveBook, you ask? You know how [...] Giveaway: I Was a Bridezilla Before It Was Cool

wedding invitations on

Editor’s note: the giveaway winner is announced at the bottom of the post! I was a type-A bride. I didn’t think I was at the time, but I was cleaning out an old closet the other weekend and found my wedding binder. That’s right. WEDDING BINDER. My first solid instinct for wedding planning was a [...]