Carrot Cake Cookies

Carrot Cake Cookies - Lady Behind The Curtain

Welcome Spring with these fresh Carrot Cake Cookies.  Serve these warm and inviting Carrot Cake Cookies for Easter!  Easter is all about egg hunts, ham and carrot cake!  If time is not on your side and you need an easy homemade dessert, I would recommend making these Carrot Cake Cookies.  ♥ From Grandmothers to mothers to daughters, this is a recipe that can be passed down from generation to generation.  ♥ These giant soft and chewy cookies are not only perfect as a dessert but also brunch.  With fresh carrots and tons of oatmeal you could almost consider this cookie … Continue reading

Easy Espresso Caramel Sauce

Easy Espresso Caramel Sauce - Lady Behind The Curtain

You know how chefs always say adding a little coffee to chocolate really brings out the chocolate?  That’s where this Easy Espresso Caramel Sauce comes in.  Drizzle on a brownie or on my White Chocolate Espresso Mousse.  The perfect balance of coffee and caramel. Swirl this Easy Espresso Caramel Sauce while making homemade vanilla or coffee ice cream.  This sauce is so easy to make.  You’ll be surprised to know you can make this sauce in less than 20 minutes.  Make it ahead of time and store in the refrigerator.  You can also try my Easy Caramel Sauce and Easy … Continue reading

Chocolate Toffee Caramel Bites

Chocolate Toffee Caramel Bites - Lady Behind The Curtain

These Chocolate Toffee Caramel Bites are small cookies that you can pop in your mouth! A deep chocolate cookie dough, mixed with crunchy sweet toffee bites all packaged around a wonderful gooey mini rolo. Take a small portion of the cookie dough, place a mini Rolo caramel candy in the center,wrap the dough around the caramel and you’ll get the most amazing cookies packed with toffee bites. Place Chocolate Toffee Caramel Bites on a cookie sheet. Look at all those Toffee Bites.  Can’t find Toffee Bites?  I found mine at Walmart.  I have also seen them at Safeway. Bake 8 to 10 … Continue reading

Maple Dijon Pork Tenderloin

Maple Dijon Pork Tenderloin 5b

Juicy pork tenderloin, roasted with apples, sweet potatoes, bacon, maple syrup, Dijon mustard, and fresh sage. A delicious addition to any holiday menu! Hello again, Lady Behind The Curtain! It’s Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling, and I’m here today to talk Thanksgiving. Is it just me, or did it totally creep up on us this year? I have yet to give any serious thought to a holiday menu…..but then again, I’m not hosting anything this year, so I guess I don’t really need to! As usual, we’ll be dividing the holidays between my family and my husband’s…..and I can guarantee … Continue reading

Pork Chop Suey

Pork Chop Suey - Lady Behind The Curtain

Make this much tastier version of Pork Chop Suey than your favorite take out.  With all kinds of vegetables, not just a tasty marinade but also a delicious sauce. This Pork Chop Suey has layer upon layer of flavors.  Don’t be discouraged by the list of ingredients, this recipe really is easy to put together.  Notice the list of ingredients is longer than the instructions. So, trash those take out menus and start making your own delicious take out at home!  If you like to have a variety of dishes you can also make my Pot Stickers and my Orange … Continue reading

Easy Biscuit Apple Pull Apart

Easy Biscuit Apple Pull Apart - Lady Behind The Curtain

When I got up this morning I hadn’t intended on making something yummy like this Easy Biscuit Apple Pull Apart.  But you know things change when it’s the weekend and everyone is home to put in their two cents about what they want for breakfast.  I think I satisfied ALL their taste buds with this Easy Biscuit Apple Pull Apart!  Anyway I think so since there were NO leftovers.  This delicious breakfast is so…..easy to make! All you do is take a small can of biscuits, cut them in half and roll them in a cinnamon, sugar and flaxseed mixture.  … Continue reading