Pumpkin Pie is an absolute classic in every kitchen during fall time. Nancy Hopkins was kind enough to share this recipe with us and it was fantastic! We added a twist to the recipe and made them into little tartlets to use as a passed hors d’oeuvre. I hope you’ll take the time to make
Are you looking for a way to add a little flair to your Brussels sprouts? This is a creamy rich alternative to the way Brussel sprouts are traditionally prepared. They are covered in cream and bacon, then baked to perfection. This is the perfect Holiday dish, I hope you will give it a try!
As a child, French toast was my favorite weekend breakfast, taking the top spot over pancakes. Then, when my sons were growing up, it continued to be the house favorite, but the extensive prep relegated it to weekends or holidays only. We created this version at VeryVera to give everyone his or her favorite breakfast treat any time.
Like any biscuit, I love these with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This recipe takes the classic buttermilk biscuit and spins it in a different direction with a bite of sharp cheddar cheese and green onion. Enjoy these with butter or create a biscuit sandwich! One of the most popular breads in our Gourmet to Go
A Southern classic and our December Cake of the Month, the Coconut Cake uses both coconut extract and coconut milk. Instead of sprinkling the coconut on top, I like to mix it into the cream cheese icing. Keep this cake refrigerated and note that it may be good cold but it’s amazing at room temperature.
I know you remember the old green bean casserole recipe on the sides of the Campbells cream of mushroom soup. This recipe is a take on that except it’s from scratch and let me tell you, your family is going to begging for more. It’s going to be a little more work, but the end