Peanut Butter Frosted Brownie Stacks

Peanut Butter Frosted Brownie Stack

I was craving peanut butter and chocolate and unfortunately I didn’t have any Reese’s peanut butter cups in the house. Digging around in the pantry, I noticed that I had a box of brownie mix.  Chocolate problem solved…now for the peanut butter part.  A little peanut butter, powdered sugar, and butter and viola…..Peanut Butter Frosted Brownie Stack is born.

If you would like to give this recipe a try, check out the link HERE.


Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pie

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Visiting family and friends during the holidays means good times, great food, and pecan or buttermilk pie (or both if your lucky).  It’s an old southern recipe and is a staple at many Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners.  I usually make two pies each time I bake, serving one and popping the other one in the freezer.  You can take it out ahead of time and let it thaw or if you are in a hurry, put it in the oven on low heat (around 170 degrees)  while you get ready.

You can find the recipe for this pie HERE.



Do you need a cute and inexpensive thank you gifts?  How about these adorable flower pots?

I purchased these tiny terra cotta flower pots from Dollar Tree for 3/$1.  I painted the bottom half in chalkboard paint (already had the paint from previous project - Hidden Door Shelving) and found the tiny water sauers on clearance at Walmart for 10¢ each.  The plants came from my mothers yard so they were FREE !

Woodland / Lodge Baby Shower

My daughter had her baby shower at our church yesterday and I thought I would share it with you.

The nursery will be lodge/woodland/outdoor themed so we decided to keep the shower with the nursery theme so she could incorporate the decorations from the shower into the nursery.


I made these parfaits for my daughters baby shower (You can check out the entire post on the baby shower  HERE) and everyone loved them so I thought I would share the recipe here.  



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This is my new favorite frosting.  It’s light and fluffy and holds up great.
I was looking for a frosting that would be great paired with an angel food cake.  Something that wasn’t overly sweet and had a light texture.  Something that was similar to whipped cream but I wanted it to be a frosting that would hold up when out at room temperature.  Maybe something with Mascarpone cheese.
I have seen recipes for years calling for mascarpone cheese and knew it wasn’t something I couldn’t get at my local Walmart (at least I have never found at my Walmart ) so I never tried it.  I was visiting my daughter in Hot Springs, AR and ran across some at Krogers and knew it was time to test out this cheese.  I threw it and some heavy whipping cream into my buggy and strolled to the deli to pick up an angel food cake.
You can get the recipe for this absolutely perfect frosting here at Sweet Southern Blue.



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I found these new cute pink cupcake wrappers at my local dollar store and couldn’t wait to get home to make cupcakes.  I decided to make rainbow cupcakes since it has been on my “to try” list for awhile.  To be honest, it was much more time consuming than I thought it would be and mine didn’t turn out those beautiful pictures that I have seen on pinterest but I still think they were pretty.

You can read my entire post and get the recipe here at Sweet Southern Blue.