Bow ties? Check. Cummerbunds? Check. Spats, top hats, and tails? Check, check, and check! Now that we’re wearing our fanciest of fancy outfits, we can get down to the business of making fancy raspberry mousse chocolate cups. These mousse cups may or may not be Valentine’s Day desserts that never got blogged in time (okay,...
I’m really excited to share this One-Pan Fettuccine Alfredo with you. It’s a recipe I have been working on since I posted my popular One Pan Chicken Alfredo. I wanted a pure, traditional Fettuccine Alfredo adapted to a one pot method. This is really easy to make, and I know you are going to love it. …
Fettuccine Alfredo (link to Chicken Alfredo also) - DELICIOUS! :3
Juicy strawberries shine in this made-for-spring Strawberry-Lemonade Layer Cake. You can assemble this glorious cake up to two days ahead; store at room temp. Also, you can freeze cooled layers up to a month in plastic wrap and aluminum foil.
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