Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Everything Thanksgiving!

Okay friends!  Tomorrow is the big day!  I've gathered together all of my Thanksgiving recipes just in case you need a little last minute something.  I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.  God bless each and every one of you!

Need a pie recipe???

Click here to see my Pie oh My post!

All of my pies are simple, seasonal and delicious!

Besides pie, I also have some other Totally Terrific Thanksgiving Treats (like cheesecake, cakes, bars and cookies!). Click here to see those recipes.

And if you're looking for something pumpkin...from desserts to breads to pancakes and waffles too!  You can see all of this pumpkin goodness...  You'll find loads of yummy pumpkin for your holiday!

One of my family's very favorite Thanksgiving traditions is our annual Parade Breakfast.  To see my suggested menu, click here.

Happy Thanksgiving friends!

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Ginger Cherry Berry Cobbler

I just love, love, love making these little cobblers.

I'll pass on a cookie, cake or bar any day to have a big bowl of this stuff...especially on a cold night. 

 In honor of the holiday season, I used a gingerbread cake mix along with my favorite combination of cherries and berries to make this one extra festive.  If you can't find a gingerbread cake mix (which is typically readily available during the holiday season), you can substitute with one box of spice cake mix and then add to it a tablespoon of ginger. 

Seriously...give me cozy socks, good TV and a bowl of Ginger Cherry Berry Cobbler and I'm one happy girl!


This recipe serves 6 to 8 adults.  You do not make the cake mix.  You sprinkle it on the cobbler dry straight from the package.

Shopping List
1 (10 oz) package of frozen mixed berries (do not thaw)
1 (21 oz) can of cherry pie filling
1 gingerbread cake mix
1 stick butter, melted
Ice cream, optional

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Grease (I used Pam) a 9x13 baking dish.

Spread your  frozen berries across the bottom of your baking dish.  Next, spoon your pie filling on top of the frozen berries and then sprinkle over the box of dry cake mix.   Finally, drizzle the melted butter over everything.

Bake uncovered 55-60 minutes.  

Remove from oven and serve immediately (with a little ice cream if you so desire).

I'll make it once and then make it over and over again.


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Monday, November 23, 2015

Meal Planning Monday #112: Thanksgiving Week Edition!

It's Thanksgiving Week!


Are you excited?




All of the above????

This week, my kiddos are home and we're headed to see Andrew's family in Missouri.

  Next week is going to be HUGE.  Like GIGANTIC. MIND BLOWING, actually.  Sheaffer and I have so many fun things up our sleeves for that first week of December that you're going to flip.  Make sure you are here every day next week!

So, this week, we need to keep things in the kitchen simple.  No one wants to cook up big meals before they cook up Thanksgiving, so these are all easy slow cooker meals that are waiting on you and your family each evening during this joyous (and slightly crazy) week.

Tex Mex Chicken and Rice Soup

And don't forget, if you need any Totally Terrific Thanksgiving Treats this week... can see them all here :).

Happy Monday friends!

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