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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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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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 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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Kent Rollins Monkey Bread

Howdy everyone, and thank you for stopping by the website! This recipe is one of my favorite desserts because it is warm and gooey and so sweet. I’m talking about monkey bread. I don’t know why they call it monkey bread, but what I do know is that there are never any leftovers. Monkey See,…

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Kent Rollins Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Last week, Shannon and I shared with you our three best Thanksgiving side dishes. Today, we’re going to show you how to bake an All-American classic Apple pie with a flaky, buttery crust and a homemade salted caramel sauce that will knock your socks off. Buttery, Flaky Pie Crust Now, there’s no shame if you’ve…

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Kent Rollins Candied Jalapeno Bacon

A while back, we cured our own bacon. You can sure use that recipe or run by the store and pick up a pound of bacon for this easy recipe.  Thick- Cut The biggest tip here is you need to use thick-cut bacon… none of that stuff you can read a newspaper through. If you’re…

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Kent Rollins Red Velvet Cake

  This old-fashioned Red Velvet cake is a recipe close to my heart. I’m going to make this cake in a Dutch oven, and I’ve got some tips for you that will ensure a perfectly baked cake that folks will be so impressed you made over a fire at camp or in the backyard. Those…

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Howdy, y’all! Thanks for joining me at camp today – I’ve got the coals hot and I am going to make an easy, delicious blackberry cobbler. For those of you who have hesitated to try baking in a dutch oven, this cobbler recipe is a perfect recipe to start with. Bake Blackberry Cobbler at Home…

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