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Vanilla syrup pouring over the top of a piece of bread pudding with raisins.

Classic Bread Pudding

Classic Bread Pudding. This easy, decadent bread pudding recipe comes together with sweet brioche bread baked in a cinnamon custard. This...

Texas Roadhouse Rolls topped with a swirl of cinnamon Honey butter.

Copycat Texas Roadhouse Rolls

Texas Roadhouse Rolls with Cinnamon Honey Butter. These fluffy rolls are lightly sweetened and perfect for slathering with whipped Cinnamon Honey Butter! Be prepared...

Dish with baked cornbread dressing topped with fresh sage leaves.

Classic Cornbread Dressing

Classic Cornbread Dressing. Lightly sweetened, buttery cornbread dressing, loaded with herbs. Perfectly moist with a golden crust on the top. The perfect side dish...

Stacked sopapillas with the top one showing a hollow interior. A drizzle of honey coming down onto the top so papilla.


Sopapillas. Fried pastries sprinkled with powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar and served with honey! This restaurant quality recipe is easy to make at home...

Bowl filled with cheeseburger soup and topped with diced tomatoes, pickles, cheese and herbs.

Easy Cheeseburger Soup

Cheeseburger Soup. This thick and hearty soup comes together in 30 minutes. Made with tender ground beef, potatoes, and vegetables all in a cheesy...

Slices of cornbread being served with butter and a drizzle of honey.

EASY Buttermilk Cornbread

EASY Buttermilk Cornbread. This tender, lightly sweetened, cornbread is made rich and flavorful thanks to using buttermilk and a little bit of honey. Enjoy...

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welcome to my kitchen!

Welcome to my Texas Kitchen. My name is Serene Herrera. I love tacos, queso and BBQ. Tex Mex is my favorite, and I comfort myself with classic Southern foods. I am here to share my love of Texas foods with all y’all. So that you can feel excited to get into the kitchen to create home cooked meals for your family!

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