Category: Recipes

Sweet Potato Soup with Crispy Prosciutto

My recipe for Sweet Potato Soup with Crispy Prosciutto comes from my mom, a lover of all soups, especially easily made ones. This soup certainly fits that bill. With only six ingredients (excluding salt and pepper) and a total preparation time of under an hour, this soup makes an ideal quick lunch or elegant light dinner. The cooked sweet potatoes make the soup incredibly creamy and the addition of fried prosciutto adds a satisfying crunch for a soup your family and friends will love. Use your Farmer Owned ingredients to whip up a batch the next time you are struck with a soup craving! read more

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Crisped Rice Treats with Homemade Strawberry Marshmallows

Special occasions in our house are almost always celebrated with homemade goodies. Valentine’s Day is no exception. When I was a kid, my mom would mark the day by making Rice Krispie treats. To add a special holiday touch, she cut them with a heart-shaped cookie cutter and packaged them with loving notes before sticking them in my school lunch. read more

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Bath Buns

Bath Buns are a favorite treat I discovered on a recent trip to the UK and had to re-create. The pillow-like dough is studded with sultanas, more commonly known in America as raisins, and brushed with a sugar glaze for an attractive and tasty sheen. On the top, crushed sugar read more

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Apple Butter Cake Bars

My Apple Butter Cake Bars with Maple Glaze make a great breakfast bite or afternoon snack dunked in tea or coffee. They are loaded with sweet apple butter and perfectly spiced with cinnamon and cloves. I add golden raisins for a delightful chewiness in this otherwise extremely moist square. The maple drizzle takes the flavor over the top and sets in about 10 minutes, so you can pack these bars to go for busy mornings. Make some today with your Farmer Owned Ingredients for a treat your whole family will love! read more

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Hash Brown Egg Cups

This New Year’s Day, try my Hash Brown Egg Cups for a brunch that is as delicious as it is easy to make. Crispy hash browns are topped with egg, cheese and a sprinkle of bacon for the perfect breakfast bite. Use your Farmer Owned ingredients to make this tasty treat for a holiday brunch your friends and family will love. read more

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Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies

Each Christmas my mom, grandmother and I bake dozens of cookies to give as gifts, leave for Santa or, more realistically, devour the second they are out of the oven. Of all the cookies we bake, the type that seems to go the fastest is my mom’s Chocolate Peppermint Crinkle Cookies. They are crisp on the outside and gooey, almost brownie-like, on the inside. The cookies are extremely chocolatey with just the right amount of peppermint refreshment. Try baking some this holiday season using your Farmer Owned ingredients and they might become your favorite holiday cookie too! read more

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Raspberry White Chocolate Cake

My Raspberry White Chocolate Cake is the perfect treat for your next celebration. Fluffy vanilla cake is layered with homemade raspberry jam and then covered in a generous coating of white chocolate frosting. The jam is tart and the frosting is sweet for a nicely balanced flavor. Impress your friends and family today with a slice of this gorgeous cake made with Farmer Owned ingredients. read more

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Chicken Meatballs with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Baked Chicken Meatballs with my zesty roasted red pepper sauce make for a quick and easy dinner your family will love. The oven-baked meatballs come together in a snap and are made in one bowl for super fast cleanup. Roasting the red peppers adds a smokiness to the creamy sauce that read more

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Cranberry Brie Bites

After the turkey is carved, enjoyed and re-enjoyed as leftovers and the remaining slices of pumpkin pie are eaten for breakfast, there always seems to be cranberry sauce still lingering from Thanksgiving in our house. read more

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Chocolate Spider Web Cake

Don’t let my Spider Web Cake scare you! It may look complicated; but, it couldn’t be easier to make. Moist chocolate cake layered with orange-tinted vanilla butter cream is  draped with marshmallow spider webs for a cake that is as spooky as it is delicious. read more

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