You can now make this restaurant staple at home! Enjoy this delicious dessert that will impress the whole family!
This simple and decadent dessert is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. In fact, at VeryVera catered parties, this was more popular than the shrimp! Some say the recipe comes from the can of sweetened condensed milk, and others say it was made popular when the recipe was published during the time the musical Hello, Dolly!
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.
Recipes are a sweet and lasting gift to give to someone. A meal lasts a day but a recipe lasts a lifetime. Baked fruit is an easy and delicious recipe that was given to me as a wedding gift from a dear friend. You can make this recipe all year round, and it is especially
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
Our September Cake of the Month is coffee cake in pound cake form, drizzled with cream cheese icing. A slice of Cinnamon Nut is perfect for a breakfast meeting, a Sunday school treat, or for the teachers’ lounge. Even if you give away this cake as a gift, the extra batter will make 4 muffins
This recipe is a real treat! This is a fresh take on an absolute classic: peanut butter and jelly. This recipe is best served cold and would need to be carried in a cooler if you will be serving this outside. Use Hershey chocolate and Reese’s peanut butter to make it extra delicious.