Apple Dumplings

Cowboy Kent Rollins' Apple Dumplings with Cinnamon Whiskey Drizzle

These apple dumplings are so tender and delicious. Tart slices of green apple are wrapped in cinnamon-sugar dusted crescent rolls, and cooked in a bubbling whiskey cinnamon sauce. Believe it or not, this is a pretty easy meal to make at camp, if you’ve got a Dutch oven and a fire. Don’t worry – the…

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Old Fashioned Fried Pies

I love me a sweet, fried pie at the end of a long day, I do. This recipe is two parts and isn’t as hard as you think. I’ve got a recipe for pie crust that is so good and doesn’t take much time to make. Combine that with a delicious homemade apple pie filling…

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Banana Split Cobbler

A white bowl with a blue stripe contains a banana split cobbler with melted ice cream all around the edges.

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! It’s almost Independence Day, and one of our favorite ways to celebrate freedom here in the United States of America is through fireworks, barbecue, and delicious desserts. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite recipes to make for cowboys right out of our chuck wagon: Banana…

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Snickerdoodle Cookies

Freshly baked snickerdoodle cookies resting on a wire rack.

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! While we were out on the book tour, we stopped and had a snickerdoodle at Crumbl, a cookie franchise. The cookies are so giant they’re meant for sharing, but I didn’t want to share. The snickerdoodle was the best I’d ever had. Of course, I wanted…

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Triple Decker Mexican Chocolate Cake

A triple decker chocolate cake with homemade mexican chocolate whipped buttercream icing.

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! This recipe is so rich and delicious that it might become “that dish.” You know what I’m talking about – the thing you make for special occasions and take to potlucks and that family members always say “Remember to tell Sally to bring that chocolate cake…

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New Orleans Style Beignets

A photo of Kent Rollin's Cowboy Coffee next to a wire rack covered in golden beignets covered with powdered sugar.

Howdy folks, and thank you so much for stopping by the website! This week’s recipe, Beignets, is one of those foods that automatically takes your mind to a different place. I reckon Beignets served fresh with hot coffee and chicory is the most popular breakfast food in the state of Louisiana. Beignets are French doughnuts…

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Apple Fritters

Kent Rollins Apple Fritters sit on a wire rack, three of them with icing. In the background is a bottle of Fireball Whiskey, used for icing.

Howdy! This week’s recipe is a fall classic. I’m talking about fresh Apple Fritters. I’m kicking them up a notch using some hot whiskey in the apples and in the icing. Watch the video right here, or you can scroll down for the printable recipe.   Add Flavor to the Apples Just like my mama…

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Banana Pudding

Kent Rollins' Banana Pudding

This recipe, almost above all others, is one of those recipes that brings nostalgia to those who grew up in the Southern United States. Just about every church potluck and family reunion or gathering of any sort had a tray or two of this sweet, chilled dessert. Needless to say, Shannon and I’ve made quite…

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My Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookie

Kent Rollins' Chocolate Chip Cookies

Howdy folks! Every once in a while Shannon and I like to go back to the basics and share a recipe of ours that most people have probably cooked once or twice. Because we cook so much and so often, we often will change ingredients here and there until we come across a combination that…

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Tres Leches

Tres Leches Cake Recipe - Cowboy Kent Rollins

Hola amigos, and thank you for stopping by the website! Cinco de Mayo is coming up, so I thought I’d share the Cowboy Tres Leches recipe to help you celebrate. Even if you’re visiting us well after the holiday, Tres Leches is always a great dessert choice, sure to impress your friends and family. Tres…

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