Lemon Butter Tarts
I love butter tarts, and can never get enough. This is one that I make now and then to be a little different.
Something different and yummy! A friend served these finger sandwiches at a baby shower. I couldn't believe they were so easy! Can be made ahead of time, just cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Enjoy!
Bridal Shower Cake
For those of you contemplating making a friend or family member a bridal shower cake, here is a good white cake recipe.
Sherbet Shower Surprise
This punch is always great for Bridal and Baby showers! You just can't get enough! You may use different flavors such as lemon lime, orange, strawberry or even a combo of all of them. You can also substitute the soda for a pitcher of powdered drink mix and 2 liters of ginger ale.
Strawberry Romaine Salad I
For my wedding shower everyone brought a few recipes and this is one of my favorites. It is refreshing and pretty. This salad also travels well, just save the dressing and use it just before serving.
This is a sponge cake that it is perfect for making petits fours. Dense yellow cake that can stand up to the process of being cut into small pieces, and iced individually. Decorate each little cake with a whole nut, some candied fruit, tiny candies, sprinkles or coconut.
Orange Dream Punch
This is the easiest punch recipe ever. It was a big hit at my sister's bridal shower.
Simple White Cake
This cake was sent home from our children's school. It is the simplest, great tasting cake I've ever made. Great to make with the kids, especially for cupcakes.
Southern Pimento Cheese
This wonderful version of pimento cheese can be used for grilled cheese sandwiches, as a spread for crackers, or served alongside your favorite fried green tomatoes.
Easy Garlic-Lemon Scallops
Scallops sauteed in butter and garlic will melt in your mouth. Lemon juice gives it a nice kick.
The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies
Whenever you make these cookies for someone, be sure to bring along several copies of the recipe! You will be asked for it, I promise! NOTE: I make icing with confectioners' sugar and milk. I make it fairly thin, as I 'paint' the icing on the cookies with a pastry brush. Thin enough to spread easily but not so thin that it just makes your cookies wet and runs off.