Chocolate Chip Scones

These Chocolate Chip Scones are incredibly easy to make and are the perfect addition to breakfast or brunch. They are loaded with chocolate chips but are not overly sweet, and are dense enough for slicing open and adding some butter, making them easy to pair with your morning cuppa tea. 

Don’t be scared off by the term scone, I promise you they are so much easier than we believe them to be! They come together in under 10 minutes and will then fill your home with the delicious sweet smell of chocolate and butter while they bake away. 

For this recipe you will need: flour, baking powder, sugar, butter, milk, egg, vanilla and chocolate chips. 

First Published: March 2019 Last Updated: May 9, 2020

chocolate chip scones on cooling rack
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Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies

There is nothing better than a classic Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookie, especially when it is easy to make. Our cookie is perfectly chewy in the center with nice crisp edges, which is perfect for dunking in a cuppa tea or milk.

If you are like me you are ALWAYS looking for a new cookie recipe to add to your collection…I mean can you ever really have enough? Now, this is an update on your classic Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe, mixed with the flavors of a tasty Oatmeal Cookie, it is one to please people on both sides of the cookie “fence”!

This was another one of those “I don’t have what I need!!!” recipes, but like my Peach Crisp, they turned out even better than my original!! And do you know what I was missing?? Brown sugar!! That is a STAPLE when making a traditional peanut butter cookie…but not with my new discovery!

For this recipe you will need: peanut butter, white sugar, egg, margarine, vanilla, oats, flour and baking powder. 

Recipe and photos updated April 15, 2020

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies on baking sheet
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Smoked Salsa Recipe

This Smoked Summer Salsa is a fresh update on your classic salsa recipe! It is still loaded with chunky tomatoes, diced onions and of course cilantro, but the ingredients are smoked first which adds a delicious flavor to this classic favorite for game days, parties and more!

Fresh salsa with tomatoes, onion and cilantro in a bowl
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Easy Banana Carrot Muffins

These Banana Carrot Muffins are incredibly moist and full of lightly spiced flavor – a healthy muffin recipe that the entire family will love.

White ceramic bowl full of banana carrot muffins on top of a white and grey tea towel

If you’ve been around for awhile you know that we LOVE a good muffin recipe – especially when we can sneak in vegetables like our super popular Coconut Carrot Muffins.

I can say with absolute certainty that these are the BEST Banana Muffins I have had thanks to the fact that they are packed with a cup of grated fresh carrot on top of the mashed banana and other pantry ingredients. Bonus points for them being a recipe from my Grandmothers recipe box which makes them that much more special.

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Frozen Hot Chocolate Recipe

A delicious Frozen Hot Chocolate recipe that uses cocoa powder, milk, crushed ice and sugar to cool you off on a hot Summer day!

Two clear glasses filled with frozen hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings

Everyone loves the rich, creamy taste of a good hot chocolate, but when it is hotter than hot outside you would much rather a cold drink, right? That’s why we created this incredibly easy Frozen Hot Chocolate for you to whip up in just 10 minutes any time the craving hits.

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Strawberry Scones Recipe

This easy Strawberry Scones Recipe is one you can make any day of the week – a simple scone using frozen strawberries, that is fluffy on the inside and has just the right crunch on the outside. Best enjoyed as is or warmed up with a slather of strawberry jam!

Stack of freshly baked Strawberry Scones with a white chocolate drizzle

This easy scone recipe is bursting with pops of strawberries in every fluffy bite! They are a great way to start your day, or the perfect pick me up mid-afternoon when you have your third (or sixth…who’s counting?!) cuppa tea. We finished these ones off with a light drizzle of white chocolate, and also made a variation we will share below that has white chocolate chunks throughout.

This recipe was adapted from our original Chocolate Chip Scones – which are one of our top posts for good reason.

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Spinach Lasagna Roll Ups

These super easy lasagna roll ups are your new go to dinner recipe – they don’t require any fancy ingredients; using only cottage cheese, mozzarella, spinach, strained tomatoes, herbs and lasagna noodles, you can have this ready to go in the oven in 20 minutes!

A traditional lasagna recipe can be a tedious task to make, and leave you wanting to pull your hair out between the careful layering, bechamel sauce, cooked meat etc which is why I wanted to share with ya’ll our go-to lasagna roll up recipe; one I have been making for the last year!

We constantly change up what goes into the bases for our lasagna, and you can too! Just start with the basics we have for you below and add/subtract things based on your families tastes and preferences. And if you want another quick and easy recipe to enjoy you’ll love our Instant Pot Lasagna Recipe.

Casserole dish with uncooked lasagna roll ups, topped with shredded cheese and tomato sauce
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Chili Mac Skillet Meal

This easy one pot Chili Mac is a comforting meal using simple ingredients like kidney beans, strained tomatoes, garlic and onions to create a soul warming dish the entire family will love.

One pot meals are a staple in our house – they make weeknight meals so easy and definitely don’t lack in flavor, plus there is a lot less clean up too which is always a bonus. This Chili Mac is no exception; a simple combination of ingredients come together in under an hour (including prep time) to give you a hearty meal you will devour.

Skillet of Chili Mac with wooden spoon resting on the side and a white bowl with single serving.
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