short price list of just some of the Kreations Kimmis Kitchen has to offer.
During the holidays I have a habit of over doing it a bit. As in making way to many treats to give out as gifts. Seeing’s that we know so many people well, I just feel compelled to make and bake for everyone, it’s in my nature as a Baker you could say. This past year… Continue reading Reduced Fat S’mores Bark
Had an early Christmas at my Daughter and Son-in-laws house last weekend and this is the desert that I had brought to the brunch she was having. Which by the way was fantastic! She made Belgian Waffles with fresh strawberry compote, which I also made. There was a big spiral honey baked ham, yummy!! Croissants with… Continue reading Pecan Tort’e
I got this recipe about 20 years ago from my youngest daughters Great Grandma Baker. One heck of a Lady let me tell ya! I like to elaborate when I write down a recipe, put my personality into it you could say. Grandma Baker wrote her recipes down for me as short and sweet as she… Continue reading Gramdma Baker’s Almond Cookies
I remember as kid my Mother would always make fudge at Christmas time. She wasn’t big on baking, if she couldn’t make it in the microwave then she pretty much wouldn’t bake. That’s why she taught me at a very young age how to bake. Sure, microwave cooking is not baking, at least in… Continue reading Eazy Peazy Fudge
Making homemade Vanilla Extract is really, really easy. All you need is a jar, some good Vodka and some really good Vanilla Beans. I only buy my Vanilla Beans from Beanilla.com. They are a bit expensive but so worth it! I will be posting more extract recipes soon. Keep checking back with me. Have fun!!… Continue reading Homemade Vanilla Extract
Okay, before you read any further… The very first pie you see is now the way I am making my Rockie Mountain Pecan Pies. I have just been too disappointed with the outcome of the decorative ones. So, until I can get it right, no more half nuts on top of my pies for a… Continue reading Rockie Mountain Pecan Pie