The magic in the kitchen for me is always baking. There’s nothing like a kitchen, especially in the winter, with a batch of cookies baking in the oven. Or maybe on the counter cooling while a roasted chicken fills the home with memories of past Sunday dinners.
This one I’m doing this week just because my delivery produce box brought me a pineapple. So easy and yummy. An easy dessert to make and have leftovers for all week. And it counts as a fruit, right?
- Mix up a yellow cake mix by following the directions on the box. (You could make a scratch cake here too, just more work.)
- Cut up a pineapple (or open and drain a can of chunk pineapple.)
- Spray a 13×9 inch pan with cooking spray.
- Sprinkle the bottom of the pan with your pineapple. (You can add a ½ cup of coconut if you like coconut. I do, but the cowboy, not so much.)
- Then pour the prepared cake mix over the top.
- ake at 350 for 35-40 minutes. Check the middle with a tooth pick to see if cooked.
What are some of your so easy it’s magical go to recipes?
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When Mia Malone’s grandmother asks her to take a week away from her restaurant job and come to Magic Springs, Idaho, she’s happy to oblige. Like Mia, Grans has witchcraft running through her veins, and life with her is never boring. Plus, the cause is a good one—helping Grans get the local food bank up and running again. But there’s an unappetizing surprise in store. While Mia is knee-deep in boxes of donated produce, she encounters the body of Dorian Alexander.
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