Today’s post comes from Holly at Southern Mom Loves and she wants to show you how to make the iconic Piecaken. A pie baked inside of a cake!
Made with sweet fresh strawberries, store bought angel food cake, homemade whip cream and a surprise layer, everyone will enjoy this decadent mouth watering Strawberry Shortcake Trifle Surprise dessert!
What’s great about the Angel Fluff Salad Recipe is that you can make it any color you want for any holiday! I made it pink for Valentine’s Day.
The Marshmallow Pops recipe is just that…easy! I could have enlisted the help of the children but sometimes it’s just easier to do it yourself…during nap time! Sorry kids! They did enjoy eating them though.
This Fresh Strawberry Jello Pie recipe is not only great for Valentine’s Day but every other day also. It’s refreshing & everyone will love it.
When I think of Valentine’s Day, I think of wine, chocolate and strawberries. It’s strawberry time again right now in Florida and what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day (and our 20th anniversary) than with wine soaked chocolate covered strawberries.
Let’s celebrate the love we have for our spouse, significant other, children, parents, etc. and make them Valentine’s Strawberry Rice Krispies Treats.
Strawberry Truffles recipe is perfect for any occasion but is great for a Valentine’s Day party too. Plus they taste delicious.
Cherry Berry on a cloud is a decadent & delicious melt in your mouth light, fluffy meringue, cream cheese, marshmallows, and a strawberry cherry topping.
Pumpkin Trifle Welcome to our first annual 12 days of Christmas desserts. Cookies, cakes and breads are the norm for the holidays. I am always looking for new desserts to make during the holidays. I had the pleasure of tasting this awesome dessert 2 years ago at a neighborhood party and have been making…
It’s fall & that can only mean one thing…apple season! I love apples & apple picking. So, rather than have the apples go bad, start making apple strudels. The Mini Apple Strudels are only 3 Weight Watchers Points Plus per serving.
Candy corn has been around for a long time (since the 1880s, in fact), but if Pinterest is any indication, its popularity has been surging in recent times. Or if that’s not convincing enough, according to the National Confectioners Association, 25 million pounds of candy corn are sold each year.