How do you plan to spend Mother’s Day this year? I love to host, and ever since getting married, I have made a special meal for my mother and one for my mother-in-law. However, this year will certainly be different than how I normally spend it. I am sure it will be for you too. Anyway, I thought I’d compile some ideas for you, whether it’s with just your immediate family or a social-distance gathering. And maybe, *wink, wink*, you could have someone else make it for you. :) Happy baking! xoxo
Everything you want in a sweet, little bar. Graham crackers, sweetened condensed milk, semi-sweet chocolate chips, pecans, white chocolate chips, dark chocolate chips, and shredded coconut.
Did you know the marionberry was developed at Oregon State University? In the Pacific Northwest, where I live, these berries are plentiful. If you can’t find these where you live, blackberries will substitute just fine.
Anything with pudding is difficult to photograph well, hence this picture. (And I wrote it in 2012 when this blog was young.) It is one of my sister’s favorite desserts and this picture doesn’t do it justice. Just trust me on this one.