Mother’s Day Pound Cake on Daytime Tri-Cities

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

Anytime I would ask my mom what I could bake for her, she would always request my Sour Cream Pound Cake. She liked hers ‘plain’, but this simple, yet versatile dessert can accompany so many wonderful flavors. I’ve included two of my favorite variations with the recipe, here: http://bakingwithjulsie.com/sour-cream-pound-cake-recipe-memorable-dessert/ I had fun sharing this family favorite on WJHL-11’s Daytime Tri-Cities. This is the perfect cake … Read More

Julie VoudrieMother’s Day Pound Cake on Daytime Tri-Cities

The Best Cupcake You’ve Ever Had….plus a Bonus

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs Blog, Julie's Recipes2 Comments

Now that springtime is here, we start seeing daffodils, Easter baskets, and rabbits everywhere we go. So I thought it would be the perfect time to share two of my own unique creations: Velveteen Rabbit Cupcakes and Bunny Money. They’re sure to get your family hopping…for more!   The Velveteen Rabbit Cupcake was inspired by a dear friend who had … Read More

Julie VoudrieThe Best Cupcake You’ve Ever Had….plus a Bonus

Come Live It Up!

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

For my local friends, you can come see me at Live It Up! this Tuesday night, March 10, at 6:3o PM at Celebration Church. Ladies of all ages get a free dinner, free childcare, and a sample of my famous Lemon Pound Cake..and I’ll even show you how to make it! I’ll also share some music and share from my … Read More

Julie VoudrieCome Live It Up!

Homemade Pizza Made Easy

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

Homemade Pizza Made Easy   The aroma of fresh baked pizza wafting from your own oven is hard to beat. Why settle for frozen or take and bake when you can create handmade pizza from scratch? It’s easier than you think, even if you’ve never used yeast before. This is the recipe I’ve been using to make pizza for my … Read More

Julie VoudrieHomemade Pizza Made Easy

Super Bowl Super Snacks

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

The Super Bowl means it’s time for some super snacks for your family and friends. Here’s a few ideas to help make your celebration fun, easy, and super tasty!   Cookie Dough Dip Edible cookie dough (thanks to no eggs), is shaped in the form of a football and covered with a thin layer of Nutella. Use pretzels or your … Read More

Julie VoudrieSuper Bowl Super Snacks

Peppermint Mocha Cupcakes

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

Everyone loves special drinks for the holidays…pumpkin spice latte, hot cocoa, and egg nog. I’ve notice that peppermint mocha is a new holiday favorite, and I thought those flavors would make a tasty cupcake. So here’s my take on a Peppermint Mocha…in cupcake form! Recipes are my modifications from ones found in Mini Cupcakes by Leslie Fiet, and The Whimsical Bake … Read More

Julie VoudriePeppermint Mocha Cupcakes

Christmas Morning—Delicious and Easy!

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs BlogLeave a Comment

Wake up your family Christmas morning with the delicious aroma of fresh baked cinnamon rolls…and you don’t even have to get your hands dirty! You’ll find my recipe for Cinnamon Roll Biscuits here. http://bakingwithjulie.com/?p=6787. Once you have rolled up the dough and cut the individual slices, put them on a lined cookie sheet and pop them in your freezer. Once frozen, put … Read More

Julie VoudrieChristmas Morning—Delicious and Easy!

Easy Thanksgiving Recipes

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs Blog, Julie's Recipes2 Comments

  Easy Thanksgiving Recipes Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of the year! I love gathering around the table with family and friends, celebrating with delicious food, reliving old traditions, and being thankful for our many blessings. While retailers keep trying to commercialize this special day, I hope that we won’t lose sight of what is truly important! But preparing this … Read More

Julie VoudrieEasy Thanksgiving Recipes

In the Weeds…

Julie VoudrieJulie's Crumbs Blog1 Comment

With the crazy summer I’ve had, my garden looks more like a jungle than a cultivated plot…but in the midst of the tangled mess, treasures abound….Ietting go of perfection gives us the freedom to find blessings in the midst of what we might think is chaos. I’m so thankful my Savior saves me from my self-imposed limits and calls me … Read More

Julie VoudrieIn the Weeds…