I’ve never really considered myself a baker.
There are certain baked goods (like apple pie for Thanksgiving and cut-out cookies for Christmas) that I steer clear of altogether because I know my mom will make them when the time comes. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Baking’
If you ever find yourself with a pie-loving mob at your door, this recipe will prove itself indispensable. (more…)
When Mike and I lived in Kuwait last year, I picked up the habit of taking tea in the afternoon. (more…)
It’s the weirdest thing ever.
I don’t eat doughnuts (or donuts) all year long until autumn rolls around. (more…)
Here’s the thing: I know you’ve probably been bombarded with pumpkin spice everything since the end of August. (Not that I can blame anyone out there who’s subjected you to that because in all honesty, I’ve been eating pumpkin spice muffins and drinking pumpkin spice lattes since then myself.) (more…)
It’s funny the things we miss when we’re away from home. (more…)
A while ago, a friend and I were at Starbucks and she ordered a chocolate muffin. Now, I admit that I’ve sampled a lot of baked goods that Starbucks has to offer, but their chocolate muffins – never! I was intrigued and it looked good, but I resisted ordering it.
But it got me thinking that I need to come up with a good recipe for homemade chocolate muffins… (more…)
Let’s talk birthday cake for a quick minute.
Do you have the same cake every year, or do you switch it up? (more…)
For me, this fall has been all about cranberries.
And I’m completely shocked to say that even my seasonal favs like apple and pumpkin have taken the backseat to cranberry this fall. (How did that happen?!)
I think I’m finally giving cranberry the spotlight it deserves. (And shame on me for not doing it sooner! But I did share some pretty fabulous Cranberry-Flax Cookies and some lovely Dark Chocolate-Coated Cranberry Cake Bites.)
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