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Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies

May 26, 2017
These Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies are so moist and chewy! The coconut oil in the dough makes these the best cookies ever!



Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies


I can hardly believe it, but today is the last day of school here for our boys in elementary school. When I go to pick Silas and Wesley up this afternoon, they will officially be 3rd and 1st graders! They've had an amazing year and I'm so proud of all the hard work they put in. I'm happy to say they had lots of fun, too!

Their school is big on STEM education, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Thanks to a grant from a local container-making factory in our community, the boys' elementary school was able to purchase educational robots that the classes get opportunities to use through computer programming. They are always SO EXCITED to come home and tell me they had time with them in the classroom that day. I've definitely noticed that their interest in school in general is elevated because of the various STEM opportunities they've been given this year. And it's spilled over into other subjects as well. Wesley went from not knowing all of the letters and sounds to fully reading most picture books. Silas struggled with reading beginning chapter books and he is now reading above level books for his age.


Coconut Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe

Pineapple Pretzel Salad

May 24, 2017
This Pineapple Pretzel Salad is the perfect mix of salty and sweet! Salty pretzels mixed with cream cheese, whipped cream, and pineapple chunks - this is a perfect no-bake dessert for parties!



Pineapple Pretzel Salad


I've been obsessed with the all the different variations of pretzels salads I've been seeing on Pinterest lately. I remember one classic strawberry pretzel salad that always seemed to appear at our church potluck dinners, especially in the spring and summer. It's weird, but I'm not a big fan of Jello so I usually stayed away from that dessert. I do remember Paul always raving about them though, which is why I've always been looking for one that piques my interest as well.

What exactly is the obsession with the salty and sweet combination in desserts? I honestly don't know, but I'm on board with it hook, line, and sinker! Salted caramel is one of my favorite combinations and this Pineapple Pretzel Salad is no different. I made this salad to bring to my parent's house for a cookout a few weeks ago and, unfortunately, it never made it there - sorry guys! We just absolutely loved it so much, it was gone within a few days.


Pineapple Pretzel Salad recipe

Crescent Egg Rolls

May 19, 2017
These Crescent Egg Rolls are the easy way to enjoy takeout egg rolls at home! Served with sweet and sour sauce for dipping!


Crescent Egg Rolls


We joke around a lot about how insanely addicted Paul is to Chinese takeout food. He pretty much begs me on a weekly basis to order it! I will admit, I give in occasionally because I enjoy it, too. I'll tell you though, our bank account surely doesn't enjoy the price! Yikes!

Last month we had ordered lunch specials to save a bit of money and they came with classic egg rolls. I don't usually order egg rolls, so I was excited to have one with my order this particular time. I'm not sure if it was just a bad batch of them or what, but seriously, what in the world do they put in those things?! I couldn't identify the "red stuff" in them so I ended up just throwing the egg rolls out. If I can't figure out what the actual food is, I'm not eating it!


Egg Roll Crescent Rolls



I'm glad I had an egg roll this past time to get it out of my system, but I won't be having them again for a loooong time. At least night with take out. I thought up these Egg Roll Crescents as a way to enjoy them at home, and control the filling ingredients. I used beef this particular time, but ground sausage would work especially well too. Feel free to adjust the seasoning and soy sauce amounts to your family's liking. Serve these with jarred sweet & sour sauce or duck sauce!

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Egg Roll Crescents

A beef and cabbage filling wrapped in crescent roll dough and baked in the oven.
prep time: 15 MINScook time: 15 MINStotal time: 30 mins

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1/2 lb ground beef
  • 1 oz pkg onion soup mix (dry)
  • 1 cup shredded cabbage cole slaw mix
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tubes crescent rolls
  • sweet & sour sauce or duck sauce

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Brown ground beef in a large skillet, drain, and return to pan. Stir in dry onion soup mix and 2 tablespoons of water.
  2. Stir in shredded cabbage and cook over medium heat until cabbage is wilted slightly, about 5 minutes. Stir in soy sauce and remove from heat.
  3. Remove crescent rolls from cans and separate along perforations. Add 1-2 tablespoons of filling on each and wrap triangle ends around filling. Place filled crescents on baking sheets.
  4. Bake at 375 for 12 - 15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with sweet & sour sauce or duck sauce for dipping.
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Crescent Egg Rolls Recipe



I can't begin to tell you how fast these egg rolls were GONE in my house! The boys gobbled them up quick! I'm planning on making a double batch for dinner one night with a salad - yum!


Egg Roll Crescent Rolls recipe

Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones

May 15, 2017
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These amazing Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones are super easy and ready in minutes! Chicken tenders marinated in buffalo wing sauce, grilled, and stuffed in pizza crust. Perfect for summer parties!


Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones



Frank's RedHot Buffalo is perfect for summer. Check out their Buffalo Chicken Sandwich recipe and visit their site for inspiration!

We're halfway through May and I can already tell you that this summer, the Miller family is going to be BUSY! With 2 elementary-school aged boys and one toddler, these kiddos are active and ready to get outside and play. I'm already tired - HA!


Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones recipe



We have so many plans already for summer fun. I'm looking forward to days spent in my vegetable garden, splashing at our local water park, watching fireworks, and catching a movie or two. As far as dinners are concerned, I'm VERY much looking forward to breaking out the grill! I love picking up some chicken or beef, marinating it in the fridge all day with my favorite Frank's RedHot, and handing it to Paul at the end of the night to grill up for dinner. Add some fresh veggies and salad dressing to dip - you can't get any easier than that for dinner!


Grilled Marinated Buffalo Chicken Calzones



I get so excited to have parties with my family during the summer, too. It's just such a fun time of year to get everyone together and celebrate! Of course we're planning a typical BBQ this Memorial Day coming up, and I can assure you that these Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones will be making an appearance on the picnic table. They are super easy and delicious! I like using chicken tenders to marinate for these because you get more of that delicious buffalo wing flavor in every bite. Using Frank's RedHot will surely make your celebration this summer stand out from the crowd! Yum!


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Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzones

Grilled chicken marinated in buffalo wing sauce and baked in pizza crust with cheese and ranch dressing.
prep time: 20 MINScook time: 12 MINStotal time: 32 mins

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2.5 - 3 lbs chicken tenderloins
  • 12 oz bottle Frank's RedHot Buffalo Wings Sauce, divided
  • 2 10oz tubes refrigerated pizza crust (thin crust)
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • ranch dressing

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Place chicken in a bowl and pour 1/2 cup Frank's RedHot Buffalo Wing Sauce over chicken, turning to coat pieces well. Cover and refrigerate at least 3 hours or overnight.
  2. Heat grill to medium high heat. Grill chicken 8 - 10 minutes, turning to cook evenly, until chicken is cooked through. Discard any remaining marinade.
  3. Cool chicken slightly and cut into bite-sized pieces. Unroll one package of pizza dough onto a large greased cookie sheet. Gently stretch to the length and width of the cookie sheet and slice into 4 rectangles.
  4. On each rectangle, sprinkle some cheese, spread some grilled chicken, and drizzle with additional sauce. Fold each rectangle over to cover filling and seal edges with a fork. Cut a slit at the top of each calzone to vent. Repeat with remaining pizza dough.
  5. Bake at 425 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until dough is golden brown. Cool slightly and serve calzones with ranch dressing for dipping.
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Grilled Buffalo Chicken Calzone recipes



This is such a great dinner to make when you're short on time during the busy week, but these also make great appetizers! When I made these for my family, I sliced them and everyone stood around and ate them with the ranch dressing in the center of the platter. Perfect!





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Grilled Marinated Buffalo Chicken Calzone recipes


Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars

May 8, 2017
These Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars are perfect for a crowd! A sweet crust topped with cherry pie filling and a vanilla glaze, this dessert recipe is delicious!


Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars


Pie is by far my favorite dessert of all time! I've always been partial to classic apple pie, but I'd take a slice of homemade cherry pie any day of the week, too. I'm thinking it's the bright color of the cherries that make me in the mood for cherry pie in particular during the spring and summer months. The red is just so cheerful and perfect with a cup of coffee!

Sometimes, though, I really don't FEEL like putting together all those crust ingredients. Ok, well maybe there aren't really that many ingredients in pie crust. But I could assure you that most of the time I really don't feel like making the crust, rolling it out to the right thickness, fitting it perfectly in the pie plate, trimming it, and making the edge nice. Now that part is a lot of work, you have to admit!


Sheet Pan Cherry Pie



Most times I wind up using store bought crust to just save the hassle, and it takes great, too. I was looking for a way to make cherry pie flavor in a bar form though to save even more time and energy. I can happily report, this one is it! I will say, the crust is more like a cross between a pie crust and a sugar cookie dough, but still absolutely delicious. Hopefully you will think the same, too!

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Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars

Sugar cookie crust topped with cherry pie filling baked in a sheet pan and topped with a powdered sugar glaze.
prep time: 10 MINScook time: 35 MINStotal time: 45 mins

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 cup butter, room temperature
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract
  • 3 cups flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 20 oz can cherry pie filling
Glaze Ingredients
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 2-3 tablespoons milk

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat butter and sugar until fluffy. Add in eggs, extracts, flour, and salt, beating until well combined.
  2. Spread 3/4 of the batter into a well greased half sheet pan (use the back of a spatula sprayed with nonstick spray to make it easier). Spread cherry pie filling over top of dough.
  3. Drop spoonfuls of remaining dough over cherry pie filling. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 - 35 minutes or until dough is just beginning to brown. Cool completely.
  4. Stir together glaze ingredients. Drizzle evenly over cooled bars. Allow glaze to set for a few minutes before slicing into bars and serving.
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Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars recipe



These Sheet Pan Cherry Pie Bars will absolutely be a hit at the next function you bring them to! Be prepared to give out the recipe, I'm sure many will be asking for it after take a bite of these delicious bars! Enjoy!

Sheet Pan Cherry Pie recipe

 

Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole

April 26, 2017
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of RAGÚ® and Barilla®. All opinions are entirely my own.

This Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole is the perfect meatless weeknight dinner! A dinner the entire family will enjoy!


Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole


For the Miller family, summer break is only a few short weeks away now. I can hardly believe it! This school year went by in lightning speed. It's been a crazy year, but I'm so impressed with how far both Silas and Wesley have come. Silas began the year still reading picture books, and he is now fully able to read chapter books with absolutely no problem. Wesley started Kindergarten still learning some of the letter sounds, and he now blows us away with how much he is able to read. I can actually have him sit down and read full picture books to Reuben!

Their little minds continue to amaze me every day.

I'm really excited to plan fun day trips this summer with these crazy boys. There are some amazing hiking trails, creeks, and parks within driving distance. We might even sneak in a quick trip to the beach - we haven't been back to the New Jersey shore for 2 years now. I miss that salty air and sea breeze!


Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole Recipe



With so many things to look forward to this summer, I know I'm going to need a list of some really delicious, and really easy dinners to whip up when time is short. I also would love to get on more of routine of making dinner at home in order to free up that money to spend on excursions here and there. While I do try to look up last minute deals on admission tickets to local places, the price tag for the five of us to go somewhere often adds up quickly. 

This Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole is both affordable and easy! You really can't go wrong with these ingredients!



yield: 6 - 8 servingsprint recipe

Spinach and Black Bean Penne Casserole

Penne pasta layered with fresh spinach leaves, black beans, sauce, and cheese, and baked in the oven in a casserole dish.
prep time: 10 MINScook time: 35 MINStotal time: 45 mins

INGREDIENTS:

  • 16 oz Barilla® Penne
  • 24 oz RAGÚ® Old World Style Traditional Sauce
  • 15 oz can black beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 cup fresh spinach leaves, torn
  • 3 cups shredded Monterey Jack cheese

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Cook penne in a large stockpot until al dente, according to package directions. Drain and return to pan.
  2. Spray a 4 quart casserole dish with nonstick spray. Spread half of cooked pasta into dish. Sprinkle half of black beans, then half of the spinach leaves, half of the jar of sauce, and 1 1/2 cups of cheese. Repeat layers with remaining ingredients.
  3. Cover tightly with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Remove foil and bake an additional 5 minutes or until cheese is completely melted and casserole is warmed through. Serve immediately.
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I honestly cannot believe how quickly this casserole was eaten in this house! I paired this dinner with a side salad, which was just the perfect touch. Next time, I plan on having some cheesy garlic bread to enjoy with it as well. The boys go crazy for garlic bread, too!



Spinach and Black Bean Pasta



I was able to find both @BarillaUS pasta and @ragusauce on my last trip through Family Dollar. I love that they carry all the household essentials on my list, including ingredients to make this delicious dinner. One stop shopping is a necessity in this busy mom's life! Right now at Family Dollar, get a free 16oz Barilla Pasta when you buy two RAGÚ 16-24oz - such a great deal! RAGÚ is made with no artificial flavors or high fructose corn syrup so you can feel good about feeding it to your family. What do you plan on making with your Barilla pasta and RAGÚ sauce? Leave your recipe ideas in the comment section below, I'd love to hear from you! #WeeknightTradition



Spinach and Black Bean Pasta Recipe



Shoepeg Corn Salad

April 25, 2017
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This Shoepeg Corn Salad uses shoepeg corn, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and green peppers tossed in a tangy dressing. This salad recipe is perfect for spring and summer BBQs!


Shoepeg Corn Salad


A little while ago, I came across a recipe in a cookbook for a salad with shoepeg corn and various other vegetables. I've heard of shoepeg corn, but I honestly didn't know what the difference was between that and regular corn. I knew I probably have had it before and didn't realize it.

Needless to say I wasn't surprised when doing a little bit of research that it's very popular in the southern part of the US, not so much in the northern part. So that explains why I didn't remember ever tasting shoepeg corn, since I was born and raised here in PA! I put it on my shopping list, not to be surprised if I couldn't find it in my local grocery store.


Shoepeg Corn Salad Recipe


English Muffin French Toast Sticks

April 21, 2017

This is a sponsored blog; while the views expressed here were genuinely mine, consideration was paid to me by Bays English Muffins to review this product.

These English Muffin French Toast Sticks are super easy and so fun for busy mornings! These are perfect for freezing ahead of time and packing into lunchboxes, too!



English Muffin French Toast Sticks



I know that when you typically think of English muffins, you think of breakfast. I will readily admit, we are English muffin fanatics in the morning. Especially busy mornings! Even when I was a kid, I have very fond memories of crazy school mornings spent eating toasted English muffins with warm melted butter before we were off to school for the day. Of course my kids share the love that I have of them, too! Especially with our favorite Bays English Muffins - seriously, the BEST you can find in the grocery store!

I will say, though, in our family - we honestly enjoy English muffins in all sorts of ways for lunch and dinner as well. There's the classic English muffin pizza of course, but I've been so inspired by Bays chefs' versatile recipe ideas - sandwiches, melts, paninis, and sides. I specifically can't wait to try their Bacon, Beer & Cheddar Muffin Wedges, doesn't that sound delicious? And I'm TOTALLY planning on making some English muffin garlic bread for our next spaghetti night, what a great idea!


French Toast Sticks made with English Muffins

Banana Coconut Coffee Cake

April 18, 2017
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This delicious Banana Coconut Coffee Cake is perfect for company! Sweet banana cake topped with a banana coconut streusel - serve with a pot of hot coffee!


Banana Coconut Coffee Cake


I firmly believe you can never have enough coffee cake recipes, wouldn't you agree? Traditionally, coffee cake is sweet, but not nearly as sweet as dessert cake. Just enough sweetness to accompany a cup of tea or, of course, coffee. Because of the dialed-down sweetness, they are great for breakfast, brunch, dessert, even snacks. Most have a crumb topping, instead of traditional cake frosting, so they can easily be packed into a lunch box as well. What's not to love?



Tuna Melt Zucchini Skins

April 17, 2017
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These yummy Tuna Melt Zucchini Skins are ready in under 15 minutes! Hollowed out zucchini slices stuffed with albacore tuna and melted cheddar cheese - these are perfect for lunch!



Tuna Melt Zucchini Skins


Albacore tuna is one item that is an absolute pantry staple in our house. I don't even add it to our grocery list each week because it's just a given that I pick up a few cans every time I do my shopping. I usually enjoy tuna in a pita pocket with some lettuce and tomato, as does Paul. And of course I pretty regularly make tuna sandwiches for the boys to pack in their lunch box.

One of my ALL TIME favorite sandwiches is the tuna melt. Whenever we find ourselves out to each at lunch time, I'm always tempted to order the tuna melt on the menu - and that is usually what I wind up ordering! There's just something about tuna and melty cheese together - the flavors just pair together so nicely.


Tuna Melt Zucchini Skins recipe

Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

April 14, 2017
This Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake uses a lemon cake mix, lemon pudding mix, and only one bowl needed! Such a bright color and lemon flavor, perfect for spring brunch and parties!



Lemon Poppy Seed Cake


Easter is this weekend and our two older boys are home from school on Spring Break. We actually don't have a long extended spring break here in Central PA, at least not for our public school kiddos. They would have had Thursday, Friday, and Easter Monday off, but Thursday was knocked off that list as a make-up snow day. 

I love having them all home with me for a few days, but it does give me a bit of a preview of what the summer months will be like. As a person who is most productive when I keep to a routine, let's just say I'm going to have my work cut out for me this summer!

Something I discovered earlier this morning that works when the kids are getting really rambunctious is to have them pick a book and read it to Reuben. At 18 months I'm so excited to say that he already loves reading! His favorite book character right now is Pete the Cat, which is perfect because we have loads of those books on our bookshelf. Double bonus, both Silas and Wesley can read those books fully. Without a doubt, reading to Reuben will be on the daily summer schedule for sure!


Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

Instant Pot Potato Salad

April 13, 2017
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This Instant Pot Potato Salad is ready in under 30 minutes from start to finish! Perfect for spring and summer BBQs!


Instant Pot Potato Salad



So, I've been seeing post after post from some of my favorite fellow food bloggers with their Instant Pot recipes popping up on my Pinterest feed. I pretty much ignored it through Thanksgiving and Christmas, but then the craziness of life started back when the kids went back to school. My menu planning started slipping and we started eating out again on a weekly basis.


instant pot pressure cooker potato salad

Sweet-and-Sour Pork Chop Casserole

April 10, 2017

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AllNaturalPork #CollectiveBias

This recipe for Sweet-and-sour Pork Chop Casserole uses simple ingredients! Boneless pork chops, pineapple, green pepper, and brown rice in a sweet sauce. Dinner the entire family will LOVE!


sweet-and-sour pork chop casserole



As our boys get older, I'm very quickly realizing that my normal recipes are going to need to be doubled. In some cases, tripled. These kids drive me nuts, though, because they'll go through days where I can barely get them to eat a sandwich, and then other days where they literally eat the entire cabinet and are still hungry after! I'm happy to report they absolutely loved this recipe for sweet-and-sour pork! One casserole dish made plenty for all of us, which is somewhat of a challenge with these growing boys.

Another challenge I've been having recently with dinners is timing. I either underestimate how much time it takes to prepare dinner and we're all cranky and starving and eating snacks until it's ready. Or I overestimate how long it takes and it's ready hours before dinner time (some slow cooker recipes can be this way). 


sweet and sour pork chops

Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake

April 5, 2017
This Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake is SO EASY! Frozen pound cake slices, softened raspberry, lime, and orange sherbet, and whipped topping - this is perfect for spring!


Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake



I'm going to be completely honest with you here, and if you haven't figured this out so far as a Mostly Homemade Mom fan you'll know it now - I'm OBSESSED with desserts that are super easy, but look super impressive. I don't know about your situation right now, but I have 3 little boys, a husband, a house to take care of, and full time at home job to keep and I just don't have time to mess with things that are going to take a while in the kitchen. Can I hear an AMEN?!

I will often find something at my local grocery outlet that I immediately pick up because I just know there's something creative I can use with it. I've used frozen Sara Lee pound cake in quite a few recipes around here, so I snagged it on a good deal just waiting for inspiration.


Rainbow Sherbet Ice Cream Cake Recipe

Lollipop Flower Cupcakes

April 3, 2017
These Lollipop Flower Cupcakes are absolutely adorable and perfect birthday parties! Crushed Oreo cookies, Dum Dum lollipops, gummy worms and paper cupcake liners make these DIY cupcakes so easy!!


Lollipop Flower Cupcakes



I made these sweet little Lollipop Flower Cupcakes for my adorable nephew, Elliott's, 5th birthday. We weren't able to fully celebrate with him the week before on his actual birthday, so I think these put a smile on his face. They definitely put a smile on my face, especially after the weekend we had just had.

It was a rough one for the Miller household, friends.

We took the kids to a local children's museum and playground to celebrate Elliott's birthday. Of course it was a beautiful day, so after a while inside, they were climbing all over the outside playground. Silas and Wesley were climbing and jumping from a very high platform, down to another platform, something that I was encouraging them to do. After all, the previous summer at our old house they spend hours every day climbing and swinging on the monkey bars.

The first jump from platform to platform, both of them did just fine. On Silas' second attempt, unfortunately, that was not the case. His foot slipped from the high platform and he landed, hard, on his right elbow. I could tell immediately it was broken.

Peach Cobbler Bread

March 27, 2017
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This delicious Peach Cobbler Bread recipe is the easiest way to make peach cobbler! Canned peaches and a sweet bread batter, topped with a glaze - this is perfect for spring!


Peach Cobbler Bread



Springtime in the Miller household means a whole bunch of things we've been looking forward to all year long, including: baseball, playgrounds, chirping birds in our birdbath, and roadside produce stands. I look forward to using that fresh produce from local farms in all sorts of dishes this time of year and just seeing all the bright colors gets me in the mood to bake. I love having all those fresh and delicious smells wafting through the house!

Sometimes it can be really hard to incorporate in-season fruits into recipes, especially when you live in an area like ours that is short for many fruits. Most can still be easily found in supermarkets, but for a select few, peaches being one of them, you can easily used canned fruit instead of fresh if you really need to.


Peach Cobbler Bread Recipe


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