This has been my go-to banana bread recipe for years. I got it from my friend, who got it from her friend, who got it from.... I make them in small loaf pans, so that they cook nice and even and then you can have many loaves to take to other friends. Although, they are sooo addicting you end up hoarding them all to yourself. It's happened to me more than once. Here are my two tips to making this bread. 1. If you don't have buttermilk, use something creamy- like half and half to . . .
These are SOOO GOOD! And such a fun and easy dinner. Our kids love participating in the assembly of these. And then they love eating them tooUnroll your pizza dough onto a lightly floured surface. Cut them in to 2 inch squares ad fill with your favorite pizza toppings, minus the sauce. My kids personally love the "Hawaiian" toppings, but my husband and I like to get creative. Sometimes we try BBQ Chicken pizza toppings, or picture below is caprese salad filling, with fresh mozzarella. Instead . . .
Here is why I love this dough.. Its fast. Its easy. It turns out great. I love to make this pizza on nights when I really don't feel like cooking, because it just doesn't feel like I'm doing a huge production. The kids love to decorate their own mini-pizzas. I can eat as many veggies as I want and the hubs can eat as much pepperoni as he wants. Best part..EVERYONE is HAPPY!! and that makes me happy. Therefore I love the dough. We love to add a lot of pesto to our sauce, probably equal parts. . . .
For as long as I can remember, I have loved rolls. And not just any rolls, but my Grandmother Doxey's Dinner Rolls. The smell of baking rolls takes me back to so many Christmas's and Thanksgivings when I would gorg my childhood belly on fluffy rolls. Desi and I come from a long line of roll makers. Grandma Doxey is our mom's mom and I'm pretty sure she inherited this recipe from her mother. Grandma was famous for her warm, soft and fluffy dinner rolls. She would make them for every family . . .