This Banana Spice Loaf is a great recipe to make as summer turns into autumn—it’s a sweet, moist banana bread spiced with nutmeg, allspice, and cloves! And it’s topped not only with a glaze, but a sprinkling of cinnamon sugar and walnuts, too. So there’s lots to love about this banana bread! 🙂Continue reading
If you’re in need of another side dish for your menu, these colorful Cranberry Sweet Potatoes would look great on your holiday table—and they taste great, too! They’re sweetened with a little maple syrup and brown sugar, and have a touch of tartness from the fresh cranberries. It’s a great combination of flavors!Continue reading
We all know and love Green Bean Casserole, don’t we? It’s so good, I’m not sure why I only make it at the holidays—there’s no reason why you couldn’t make it any time of the year, right? But it’s especially nice at the holidays, when it’s cold outside and everyone is wanting to include warm and comforting side dishes in their special meals.Continue reading
This Thanksgiving probably looks a lot different from other years for many of us, but despite all the challenges of 2020, we still have so much to be thankful for! Whatever our Thanksgiving celebrations are looking like, let’s reflect on our blessings today with grateful hearts. Praying you have a happy and healthy holiday and weekend!
Let joy be your continual feast. Make your life a prayer. And in the midst of everything be always giving thanks. I THESSALONIANS 5:16-18 (TPT)
This is the recipe for the first sweet potato pie I ever made. I don’t make pies often, so I needed an easy recipe, and I found it at a site called the Sager Creek Vegetable Company (the site is no longer up, so I can’t link to it). This recipe makes three, yes three, sweet potato pies, so it’s perfect if you’re needing to make lots of pies for the holidays!Continue reading