Lime Cheesecake Recipe with Homemade Lime Whipped Cream

Lime Cheesecake Recipe with Homemade Lime Whipped Cream

When my husband was a kid, his mother used to make tiny little cherry cheesecakes for the kids all the time.  She used vanilla wafers for a crust, made a simple cheesecake filling, and when it was finished baking she would top them with cherry pie filling.  When we got married he told me it was his all time favorite dessert recipe and I made sure I got the directions from his mom!  When our Foodbloggers Challenge group decided that this week's secret ingredient should be limes, I decided to see what I could do to create a simple lime cheesecake recipe to help him feel better after his hernia surgery yesterday.  Making a full sized cheesecake can be tough....I find that they always crack on top and never turn out as pretty as the ones I see online.  These little bite sized cheesecakes are … [Read more...]

Link Up Your Creation to Craft Frenzy Friday!

Link Up Your Creation to Craft Frenzy Friday!

Welcome to Craft Frenzy Friday! We love to see your crafts, recipes, diy projects, and much more!  We will pin every link to our pinterest board every week.  The people featured will additionally get pinned onto our featured board!  We hope that you will share your blogs with us! We want to thank everyone for joining us at Craft Frenzy Friday and hope that you will follow our host! Craft Dictator: Blog/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Bloglovin’/Pinterest/Google+  Turning the Clock Back: Blog/Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest/Bloglovin’/Google+ Busy Being Jennifer: Blog/Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest/Bloglovin'/Google+ Detours in Life: Blog/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Pinterest/Bloglovin'/Google+ Pickled Okra:Blog/Facebook/Twitter/Pinterest/Bloglovin'/Google+ Wonderland and … [Read more...]

Link up your #Recipe to What’s Cooking Wednesday!

Link up your #Recipe to What’s Cooking Wednesday!

Turning The Clock Back has teemed up with Candypolooza to bring you: This is your chance to showcase your recipes each and every week! Just to make things even sweeter— each week, post your fabulous recipes for the opportunity to have your recipe featured on What’s Cooking Wednesday the following week!! Keep in mind that if you link up here you are giving me permission to use your photo in next week's post if you get chosen as one of the featured bloggers. Here are a few suggestions on how to make the most of this recipe linky: While not required, I would love it if you would: Link back to this blog in some way. You can grab my button at the bottom of this page or add this blog to your list of places you link up to/party at on your Link Parties page. The more people who link … [Read more...]

Natural Remedies for Headaches

Natural Remedies for Headaches

This post about natural remedies for headaches has been sponsored by Amoil Natural Healing Oils and Boombox Network. This post contains affiliate links.  All opinions expressed here are my own.  I have always suffered from frequent headaches.  Sometimes I feel like I have more headache days in a month than NON headache days!  This gets extremely frustrating since I don't get much accomplished when my head is throbbing.  It also makes me very irritable which forces my children and husband to tiptoe around the house for fear of getting their heads chewed off if they so much as whisper too loud.  I really don't like taking over the counter pain medications.  WHY?  Check out my post about the dangers associated with pain relievers and you will understand why!  I try to tackle as many of my … [Read more...]

Camping in Georgia: Watson Mill Bridge State Park

Camping in Georgia: Watson Mill Bridge State Park

My family has always been a huge fan of camping.  A couple of days spent in the woods with no distractions from televisions, phones, video games or household responsibilities can be very relaxing.  I am also a firm believer in the fact that children will never come to truly appreciate nature if they are not actually exposed to it occasionally!   Last week was my children's spring break from school so we decided to pack up the gear and head into the woods.  April is the ideal time to go camping in Georgia because if you wait much later and go during the summer you will regret not being able to bring your air conditioner with you! Camping in Georgia We chose Watson Mill Bridge State Park for our camping adventure because it was recommended to us by a friend. It is located in Comer, Georgia … [Read more...]