Featured Recipe/Top3/Linkup!

Please visit me over at my friend Courtney’s at Women Living Well. Here, I am sharing an EASY, yet so delicious and elegant truffle recipe. If you don’t like baking…this is the recipe for you. These will turn out every time and they are the first things off the cookie tray!

Friday’s Top 3 Holiday Picks!


Mini Size Yumminess: Chocolate Peppermint Pancakes

Made By: Inspired by Family

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Made By: What’s Cooking, Love? 

*Make sure to scroll down and see all the other fudge recipes on this link! YUM!

Santa’s Snack Mix 

Made By: Peak 313

It’s a Feasting in Fellowship Friday LINK UP! Please link up AS MANY recipes as you like and/or any matter that is Christmas inspired! What a blessing you are to me…it is such a gift looking at all the posts that pop up from my fellow bloggers. All I ask is if you could copy and paste my *button (located on my sidebar) to your post as a courtesy.

Wohoo!!!! Christmas is in 10 DAYS!!!! 


*I will not delete your post if you do not do this, however I will not feature a post in the “Top 3” if the Comfy button is not on the linked post (I hope you understand!). Needing grace myself, I will contact you and let you know that I would like to feature you and give you plenty of grace to put the button on the post, lol. Thanks girls 😉





  1. Thanks for featuring my Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge. Your truffles look so good, I never realized they could be so easy. I will have to try them some time. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Really love those truffles! The featured recipes all look wonderful too. This week I’m sharing an old family recipe for Christmas squares. Thank you for hosting!

  3. The chocolate peanut butter fudge was my favorite from last week, too. I’m adding your elegant truffles to my baking list for next week; can’t wait to try one! Thanks for hosting!

  4. Janelle,
    I have enjoyed every recipe that I’ve tried of yours and the truffles look wonderful also. I am coming over from Women Living Well and read the post there. I want to make a correction on the name of the fabric that you used for decorating the beautiful boxes. You used tulle, a type of netting, esp used for weddings. Toile is a French word that describes an old style of fabric that looks like a picture painted on cavas. Go to Wikipedia for a picture of toile fabric. Again thank you for the wonderful recipes! I do need to make the truffles!
    In Christ,

  5. Help… I am trying to eat gluten free, I am chronically ill and it is helping me to feel better! (I do not have the sensitivity, but I do feel so much better without gluten) I am having my husband’s grown children in for Christmas – I saw your wonderful recipes for Christmas but you don’t get to eat any of the goodies… what do you do? I want to be sure that nothing tastes gluten-free… dessert and bread are my main concerns, thank you so very much!

    • Hi Wendy! I completely understand my dear…I have a ton of recipes to post for naturally gluten free/dairy/egg free foods that I need to post. But for me-I do not like the desserts I have tried. I enjoy smoothies, fruit salad (with a dollup of coconut whipped topping), peanut butter cookies, fruit slushies, and rice crispie treats made food allergy friendly. I have been tending to sway towards naturally alllergy free rather than using special ingredients because I just can’t accept the taste! I love mexican, asian, and Indian meals, salads, fruits, and soups galore. It hasn’t bothered me as much as I thought it would. But, I know sometimes there is that “one” thing that makes me wish I didn’t have these allergies, but I feel so much better eating this way. I will continue to throw in allergy free recipes and need to go through my files because I know I have more that I haven’t posted. I just wish I had the time (the cliche saying of us mamas, hu!?) Praying for you and holding your hand through this process!


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