RECIPE: Light, fluffy 7-up Biscuits

( – Every child grows up remembering how well their mother cooked – or didn’t. Here are a few simple recipes you can use without fail to create amazing memories. For more receipes, search “Recipes” or click on the “COOKING CLASSES FOR SINGLE MOMS.”  As parents, we gotta pick our battles. While some always insist … Continue reading

RECIPE: Delicious, easy to bake, one-pan fish entree from GUEST POST blogger at “Keep It Simple Mommy”

( – Want a delicious recipe? Try this delicious, one-pan fish dish from the “Keep It Simple Mommy” blog. If you’re not into fish, you can substitute chicken, pork or even beef. Yum! Here’s what you’ll need: Our Guest Mom Blogger says, “Easy does it! Use olive oil to coat your pan then olive oil … Continue reading

GUEST POST: Single Dad who shares recipe for “Hood Bars” exclusively with

( – While this website is for Single Moms, from time-to-time we encounter a single dad whose doing great things, especially in the kitchen. When we were approached to publish this recipe from a single dad we couldn’t wait to share it. Make this one, send in your photos and let us know what you … Continue reading

RECIPE IDEAS: Delicious Paninis in your Foreman Grill

See more Panini ideas in the COOKING CLASS section of this website. ( – There are few things better than a hot, fresh, cheesy sandwich. You know, the kind where cheese oozes out in long strings when you bite it. Now, imagine all of your favorite ingredients from bacon, chicken and ranch dressing to a … Continue reading

RECIPE: Homemade, fluffy pancakes without eggs

INGREDIENTS 1 1⁄4 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 tablespoon sugar 1⁄4 teaspoon salt 1 cup non-fat or 1% milk 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoons water DIRECTIONS Mix together flour, baking powder, sugar and salt in medium bowl. Combine milk, oil and water. Add to dry ingredients. Stir just until moistened. Bake … Continue reading

RECIPE: Finding the perfect chocolate chip cookie is no easy thing, but dammit I’m going to do it

Dear Cookie Bloggers, Please accept my apology for thinking that your work was simplistic and overrated. I now know the error of my ways. You see, I’ve recently set out to learn how to make my favorite chocolate chip cookie. It has been a delicious yet disheartening affair. Before my mother passed I was gifted … Continue reading

RECIPE: The most moist and delicious coffee cake in no-time

Cream butter, eggs and sugar then add sifted dry ingredients. Finally, add the milk. We added an extra 1/4 cup of milk for a more moist cake. We also used a bundt cake pan and put in half of our topping midway after we poured the batter into the cake. Originally, the recipe is designed … Continue reading

RECIPE: Mary McLeod Bethune’s Authentic Sweet Potato Pie

( – According to Dr. Dorothy Height, Chair and President Emerita of the National Council of Negro Women, Mrs. Bethune baked and sold these pies to raise funds for Bethune Cookman College. This recipe, adapted from “Occasions to Savor” by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, makes three pies. You can freeze the pies prior and after … Continue reading