Category: Bloggers

Egg Drop Soup with Roasted Turkey

Posted: Monday, November 21, 2016 in Bloggers, Family-Friendly, Holidays to Remember, Recipes

It’s November and Thanksgiving, one of my favorite holidays, is on the horizon.  Any excuse to get together with family and friends and cook a ton of food and eat is my favorite holiday.  However, I think one of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers! I absolutely love leftover turkey sandwiches on white…
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2017 Call for Bloggers, Recipe Developers and Food Photographers

Posted: Monday, November 14, 2016 in Bloggers

Become a blogger for Clabber Girl! Please fill out the following form if interested in joining our team as a blogger, recipe developer and/or food photographer. Clabber Girl is seeking contributors for the following: Recipe developers Recipe testers Bloggers Food photographers About Clabber Girl: For more than 150 years, Clabber Girl has earned the trust of…
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White Cheddar & Chive Scones

Posted: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 in Baking, Biscuits, Bloggers, Recipes
Scone Dough on Cutting Board 2

Holiday baking, isn’t it the best? With Thanksgiving just around the corner, my head is flooded with sweet recipe ideas, from fruit galettes to pumpkin coffeecake. But if you’re looking for a bread recipe that’s both cheesy and savory, then I have the recipe for you: savory scones. You might be thinking to yourself: “Savory…
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Candy Corn Treats: Halloween Dessert Idea

Posted: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 in Bloggers, Holidays to Remember

Candy corn is probably one of the most popular Halloween candy treats! Maybe the most recognized for the Halloween time of year. What a fun twist on rice cereal treats and Halloween together is to make Candy Corn Rice Cereal Treats. It’s always fun to put together a fun creative treat! These are great for your child’s…
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Chai Chocolate Quick Bread

Posted: Friday, September 30, 2016 in Baking, Bloggers, Chocolate!, Harvest Baking
Chai Chocolate Quick Bread Hero

When I think of fall, I think of baking. Once those leaves start ever so slightly turning colors and the nights get a little bit longer and a tad bit cooler, I’m ready to break out my mixer and crank up the oven. I love making pies from scratch or exploring fun new soup or…
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