Coconut cake is a popular offering in the south, but there’s no reason why we need to limit it geographically! This luscious cake is perfect for families across the globe and great for Christmas, Easter, and every day in-between!
Want to take a trip down memory lane? Come with Out of the Box Baking as we travel through time, baking up some of Grandma’s favorites! Whether you’re looking for an Old-Fashioned Pound Cake, a traditional Pineapple Upside Down Cake, or something as simple as a Delicious Buttercream, you’ll find it here! And remember. . .Granny used to bake with some top secret ingredients, things like mayonnaise and sour cream! You’ll discover some of her favorite recipes here.
Keeping “staples” in the pantry is key, especially during lean times like the Great Depression. Flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, spices, and shortening? These were cheap and easy to use. Best of all, they could serve as a base for dozens of different treats
During the Depression era the situation was dire and supplies were short. Grandma had to think on her feet. Many of the items she counted on were no longer available or were out of reach financially. Still, she managed to put food on the table every night. How did she do it? What did she know that we don’t? Let’s find out!
If you love the warm rich flavors of apple and cinnamon and the lovely crisp crunch of a flaky crust, this is the recipe for you! Thanks to the addition of canned apple pie filling this Easy Apple Pie comes together so easily. . .but it tastes like it took hours!
Every now and again you stumble across a recipe that changes everything. This apple pie cobbler is one of those. It’s luscious, gooey, chewy, and perfect for fall! But it’s so easy to make you won’t want to wait until then to make it!
If you’re looking for that classic down-home taste of a great banana bread rich with walnuts, you’ve come to the right place. In this post I’m going to give you a great go-to recipe you can whip up when you’re in a hurry.