Happy Tuesday, y’all! Welcome to Day 11 of
Today, I’m super thrilled to introduce y’all to Ruthie, from What’s Cooking With Ruthie, if her delicious photography and recipes don’t win you over, the fact that her blog inspired by her Grandma Louise’s Cooking Show from the 60’s – ‘What’s Cooking’ will tug at your heartstrings. I am kind of completely blog crushing on her 😉
Make sure you stop by her blog today and say Hi and enter to win the wonderful giveaway we’ve got going on!!!
Don’t forget to stop by According 2 Kelly to get some Craft inspiration and Skip To My Lou for your daily does of Sewing inspiration, plus the links to the other 2 amazing giveaways we have going on!!!
Hi to all of A Southern Fairytale’s friends! I’m Ruthie from What’s Cooking with Ruthie and I’m super excited to be here with all of you today.
I LOVE Christmas and especially Christmas Baking, it’s the one time a year that I make my Grandma Louise’s Christmas Candy.
My Gram had a cooking show in the 60’s and she’s the inspiration for my blog… baking her candy recipes always reminds me of so many childhood Christmas memories! I’m excited to share one of her recipes with all of you today…
Gram’s English Toffee is probably the easiest of her candy recipes to make, it’s such a delicious treat… totally worthy of being a festive neighbor gift 🙂 Gram’s English Toffee is the perfect combination of chocolate and nuts with a buttery middle. It seems like Gram always had some hidden somewhere in her house almost any time of year!
You may also enjoy Gram’s Christmas Karamels or her fabulous Christmas Fudge (the old fashioned kind, no microwaving here). My Gram passed away of Breast Cancer in 1996 and I love these recipes because I’m reminded of our Christmas Baking together. I hope you enjoy these candy recipes this Holiday Season, they’re a tradition around our house… we look forward to the Holidays rolling around every year JUST to have Gram’s candies again!
Thanks so much to the ladies of Bake, Craft, Sew Along for including me in this years event! I love all these ladies and their incredible talent… I hope your Holidays are Merry and overflowing with the aroma of Christmas Baking.