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Homemade Flour Tortillas

Try making your own Homemade Flour Tortillas next time you’re craving Mexican or Southwestern food!

Homemade Flour Tortillas | Spicedblog.comWhy are tortillas so darned tasty?  We go through a decent amount of tortillas here in the Spiced house.  From fajitas to quesadillas to burritos, we always seem to be reaching for the tortillas.  Continue Reading »

Chocolate Hazelnut Babka

This Chocolate Hazelnut Babka is filled with gooey melted chocolate and crunchy hazelnuts.  It’s the perfect Easter treat!

Chocolate Hazelnut Babka | Spicedblog.comGrowing up in the South, I’d never really heard of babka until I moved to the North.  Sure, I’d seen the Seinfeld episode where Jerry and Elaine go to the bakery to buy a chocolate babka, only to see the last one sold to the customers right in front of them.  They ended up settling for the cinnamon babka, which Jerry called a “lesser babka.”  But, I didn’t fully understand the humor of this situation until I moved to New York.  Continue Reading »

Cadbury Creme Egg Ice Cream

If you look forward to the release of Creme Eggs every year,
then this Cadbury Creme Egg Ice Cream is for you!

Cadbury Creme Egg Ice Cream | Spicedblog.comEaster is almost here, and you know what that means!  Yup, time for Cadbury Creme Eggs.  Before we get into the recipe for this delicious ice cream, can we talk about the classic Cadbury Creme Egg “Bunny Auditions” commercial?  Continue Reading »

Easter Brunch Idea: Southern Hash Brown Casserole

For Easter this year, I’ve partnered with Ore-Ida and Collective Bias to create this
Southern Hash Brown Casserole.  Easter Brunch just wouldn’t be the same without this classic casserole! #OreIdaHashbrown #CollectiveBias

Southern Hash Brown Casserole: This classic, easy casserole is perfect for holiday gatherings! #OreIdaHashbrown  #shopWhat are your favorite Easter traditions?  Do you have a big family gathering or just lay low for the weekend?  As a kid, we’d always load up the family car and make the 4 1/2 hour drive from Charleston, SC to visit my grandparents in upstate South Carolina.  I remember feeling like that trip took forever!  Continue Reading »