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Love on a Plate–Monster Cinnamon Rolls

I am sure you know this, but we love food. We do. And I love to cook and bake almost as much as I love food, because I love the calm, sweet process that goes into the whole project...that is, unless my kids are doing it with me. Then I turn into some crazed micro-manager [...]

By |2020-09-10T01:27:27-05:00September 5th, 2016|Breakfast, Cook, Fast and Easy|Comments Off on Love on a Plate–Monster Cinnamon Rolls

What’s UP with that Whey?….A long-awaited post on Fabulously Frugal Friday

I know SO many of you have been waiting for this. You have been waiting for me to tell you what to do with all that yellow liquidy stuff that you collected and stored in your fridge willingly (and cautiously) a few weeks ago when we were talking about making your own yogurt. I applaud [...]

Tantalizing Toffee Bars—a Simple and Satisfying Treat for Tasty Tuesday….

Good morning everyone! It is nice to get back on track and drop right back into the normal routine here on The Welcoming House Blog. Today, if you remember, is Tasty Tuesday, and this is the normal day for me to share recipes. Today I want to share a simple-to-make, and amazingly filling and rich [...]

By |2020-09-10T01:29:35-05:00February 19th, 2013|Cook, Fast and Easy, Kid Friendly, Snacks or Sweets|Comments Off on Tantalizing Toffee Bars—a Simple and Satisfying Treat for Tasty Tuesday….

Citrus Sunshine Breakfast Cake for those Dark and Dreary Winter mornings…

I am quite sure if you listen to the news lately, no matter where you live in the United States (and possibly elsewhere) you know that my state, Minnesota, is experiencing some of the coldest temps we have had in four years or more. As in standing temps below zero with windchills cold enough to [...]

Tasty Tuesday—Recipes for The Welcoming House’s Famous (and Fabulous) Pumpkin Pie, as well as our Harvest Comfort Pie….

You walk in the door, and the smell hits you. Cinnamon. Brown Sugar. Apples and Pumkin. Rich and hanging in the air, you can immediately hear the growl of your stomach. That is what it has smelled like for three days around my house. At the real Welcoming House, when we pull a pie out [...]

By |2020-09-10T01:30:47-05:00November 20th, 2012|Cook, Craft, Dinner, DIY, For the Holidays, Holidays, Kid Friendly, Lunch, Meal Plans, Snacks or Sweets, Uncatergorized|Comments Off on Tasty Tuesday—Recipes for The Welcoming House’s Famous (and Fabulous) Pumpkin Pie, as well as our Harvest Comfort Pie….

Tasty Tuesday—-Delectable Applesauce Muffins…

Good morning, everyone! I wanted to say thank you for the many emails and responses I received yesterday from my Monday post. I am privileged to pray for all of you, to reach out and share a little bit of your hardship with you, and for that I am thankful. Let me say it again--take [...]

By |2020-09-10T01:30:50-05:00November 13th, 2012|Breakfast, Cook, Fast and Easy, Kid Friendly, Snacks or Sweets|4 Comments

Tasty Tuesday—Freezing Pumpkins and Recipes to use it in!

Pumpkins.  Lots and lots of pumpkins. I told you we have 22 pumpkins left, after this weekend? Yeah. Here is another pic of my twins trying to count the pumpkins.   Since they can only get up to five without randomly choosing numbers like "onetey eleven", somehow I think we have more than five. I [...]

By |2020-09-10T01:30:52-05:00November 6th, 2012|Breakfast, Cook, Dinner, Fast and Easy, Kid Friendly, Lunch, Meal Plans|Comments Off on Tasty Tuesday—Freezing Pumpkins and Recipes to use it in!

Make your own Crackers, Tortillas and English Muffins–and save LOTS of money at the Grocery Store!

   Happy Monday, everyone!  I am very excited about the week ahead of us here on the Welcoming House blog. Today I am fulfilling my promise to put up recipes for making your own crackers, tortillas, and english muffins. It is SO nice to have some bread alternatives to have around the house...and I promise, [...]

Impossibly Easy Rhubarb Custard Pie (using the BLENDER!)

  Rhubarb is one of the most prolific, and when cooked right, tasty items we can have growing in permaculture in our gardens. For many years this has been a mainstay of our culture, called "pie-plant" by the Victorians, and now a favorite to pair with sweet strawberries. After Mulberry, this is very much my [...]

By |2020-09-26T12:39:02-05:00May 24th, 2012|Cook, Fast and Easy, Snacks or Sweets|Comments Off on Impossibly Easy Rhubarb Custard Pie (using the BLENDER!)

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