Baked Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Holes

Baked Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Holes are soft, fluffy freshly baked doughnut holes tossed in honey butter and vanilla cinnamon sugar. They are great for a simple breakfast, serve with a

25 Ways to Use Flame-Roasted Fuji Apple

It’s no secret- the combination of tender apples and cinnamon is amazing! It brings us back to childhood days making apple crisp with grandpa, using homemade apple pie filling. Now,

Wyman’s Cherry Pie

Wyman’s Cherry Pie features a simple homemade filling with Wyman’s Sweet and Tart Cherries with a hint of almond, wrapped up in a delicious pastry crust. This pie is a

Chocolate Peppermint Cake Donuts

Try something new for Christmas morning. These Chocolate Peppermint Cake Donuts are finished off with a simple chocolate glaze and sprinkled with crushed candy canes. Your kids will love them!

Embossed Sugar Cookies

Mrs. Anderson’s Baking Paisley Design Rolling Pin (#2802) can be used for cookies, pie crusts, as a gift, or even just as a simple decoration. To clean the rolling pin,

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Although coffee is in the name, this cake doesn’t contain coffee. These cakes are intended to be served with coffee or tea, making it perfect for a delightful breakfast. Yes,

Red Velvet Puffcake

Our Plentiful Pantry Red Velvet Pound Cake Mix (#2469) is an old fashioned classic. It’s moist and decadent with a hint of chocolate. Just add butter, water, and an egg to

2 Chex Mix Recipes for the Holidays

Chex Mix is a popular treat for parties, snacks, or even to pack in school lunches. In our home, we like to cozy up with chex mix and a fuzzy

Apple Blondies

Moist blondies with cinnamon butter caramelized apples topped off with cinnamon vanilla french toast sugar. These are a perfect fall treat! It’s like apple pie and blondies had a baby-

S’mores Sweet Potato Skillet

Sweet potatoes are an essential part of fall cuisine. Whether you serve Pictsweet Farms Sweet Potato Casserole with Praline Topping (#2178) or a homemade version, our Thanksgiving dinners aren’t complete