Food & Recipe Hubs

I love food. But then who doesn't? It's only been recently that I really started getting into recipes and learning about different ingredients. A cook, I am not. I'm still learning. My husband is the real cook. I can bake well enough, which is why most recipe hubs that I write are on dessert. But my husband is usually the one who I go to, to make non-desert recipes. If not him than other members of my family.

I do love to share the recipes I find and that my husband and I try. Because of this I decided to start a series of hubs on food and recipes. This hub catalog features the hubs I've created thus far and I will add to it as I go along. These are non-holiday recipes. Just your everyday, average cooking.

Hope you enjoy the food!

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Food & Recipes

Scrumptious Caramel Apples for the Fall Season
This hub features a few recipes for everyone's favorite fall treat (especially mine). You'll read a bit about the history of caramel apples and you'll find three different variations to the caramel apple recipe: Original caramel apples, Sweet & Salty caramel apples and Cherry almond caramel apples.

Go Bananas for Banana Bread!
I was inspired to write this hub after my older sister asked me to find a recipe for Banana Bread. I did as she asked, but I didn't just find one. I found many. In this hub you'll learn a little history as well as find four different banana bread recipes to try: Original Banana Bread, Blue Berry Banana Bread, Chocolate Chip Banana Bread and Monkey Tail Bread.

Everyone Loves Fudge! Mouth Watering Fudge Recipes
I'll be honest, this hub was inspired by pregnancy cravings. One night I was craving fudge, so I hunted for recipes. I'd never made fudge before, but I wanted to give it shot. During my search for fudge recipes I found five different recipes I was eager to try and share with my fellow hubbers. The recipes are: Simple chocolate fudge, Chocolate peanut butter fudge, Choco-Coffee Fudge, Cookies and Cream Fudge and Snickers Fudge.

Deliciously Simple Desserts
Call it cravings, but I was in a mood for some different and quick desserts. So I researched as usual. I found loads of recipes. Some I gave to my sister to try on her daughter and others I wrote in this hub. This hub features four deliciously simple and unique recipes: Chocolate Cake Cookies, Caramel Candy Bars, Banana squares and Brownie Cupcake Surprise (my favorite).


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Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

Very clever idea here, Skylar. Good luck with your new project! :) Keep on rolling them out.


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missolive 5 years ago from Texas

YUM!!!

Caramel? Bananas? Fudge? Yummy for my tummy :)

Will bookmark and share


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Skylar Spring 5 years ago from New York Author

@Denise... Thanks for commenting. Cataloging is probably the simplest thing I've done on hubpages, yet it's been quite effective in boosting traffic to older hubs.

@MissOlive... as always thanks for your ongoing support :) I hope you get a chance to try some recipes. My tummy would agree that they are quite yummy lol.


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Sinea Pies 5 years ago from Northeastern United States

These all sound wonderful. Definitely getting bookmarked.


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Skylar Spring 5 years ago from New York Author

@Sinea... Glad they appeal to you. Thanks for commenting :)


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family2010 5 years ago

You know I have tried the banana bread so many times, but did not turn out to be like it should be. So I gave up and start buying from the supermarkets


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Skylar Spring 5 years ago from New York Author

@Family2010... it takes some practice. A big part of baking is intuition. My sister never times anything, she just knows. It's like she can feel when it's done. Thanks for commenting.

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