Aubrey Dettmer

Aubrey Dettmer

♥s vintage, musty old books, buildings that have stood the test of time, and lovely 60s dresses.
Aubrey Dettmer
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No Bake S'more Peanut Butter Bars - this easy no bake peanut butter bars recipe is filled with marshmallows to make them like s'mores!

No Bake S'more Peanut Butter Bars - this easy no bake peanut butter bars recipe is filled with marshmallows to make them like s'mores!

Mini Cheesecakes Sounds like the general consensus is that 2 eggs should be used instead of 3, to be careful with how liquidy the mixture is, and to watch the cooking time. Also, make sure cream cheese is at room temp, and before adding any other ingredients, mix only the cream cheese to make it smooth.

Mini Cheesecakes Sounds like the general consensus is that 2 eggs should be used instead of 3, to be careful with how liquidy the mixture is, and to watch the cooking time. Also, make sure cream cheese is at room temp, and before adding any other ingredients, mix only the cream cheese to make it smooth.

4th of July S'mores Bars! This layered dessert is so tasty and perfect for summer! From www.overthebigmoon.com! #ad

4th of July S'mores Bars! This layered dessert is so tasty and perfect for summer! From www.overthebigmoon.com! #ad

Maple-Glazed Carrots | While this simple recipe for cooked carrots practically screams fall, it’s just as tasty and nutritious any time of year. The sweet, tender Mapled-Glazed Carrots will prove a favorite for the whole family, and they’re a sly, smart way to get a little color on picky eaters’ plates. What’s not to love? After peeling (or scrubbing) and slicing the carrots, you’ll throw them in a skillet with syrup, butter, and a bit of water and salt and pepper. The mixture caramelizes…

Maple-Glazed Carrots | While this simple recipe for cooked carrots practically screams fall, it’s just as tasty and nutritious any time of year. The sweet, tender Mapled-Glazed Carrots will prove a favorite for the whole family, and they’re a sly, smart way to get a little color on picky eaters’ plates. What’s not to love? After peeling (or scrubbing) and slicing the carrots, you’ll throw them in a skillet with syrup, butter, and a bit of water and salt and pepper. The mixture caramelizes…