Sunday mornings made perfect with these Thick and Fluffy Pancakes.
I don’t consider myself a breakfast person, however I do consider myself a breakfast making person.
There’s something about making breakfast in my kitchen on Sunday morning that relaxes me in a way that only prescribed medicine usually can.
I get up when everything is quiet and still, like reality hasn’t quite reached my apartment yet. I make some desperately needed coffee, turn on the stove and get to it.
Last weekend, I made pancakes. Not just any old pancakes, Thick and Fluffy Pancakes, because why eat them any other way?
Everyone needs a recipe for the best Chocolate Chip Cookies. This one is yours!
Fancy cakes and french desserts are nice and all, but nothing gives me warm and fuzzy feelings like a killer batch of Chocolate Chip Cookies.
I set out on a simple mission: make the best chocolate chip cookies ever. I said simple mission, not easy.
This Vanilla Bourbon Peach Jam proves that there is no such thing as too much of a good thing.
I’d like to formally invite you to a boozy, summer party in the South. It’s called Vanilla Bourbon Peach Jam, and it’s happening right inside this mason jar. If your eyes just turned into red hearts, that’s totally normal.
Put on your stretchy pants. We’re making Cinnamon Rolls!
Where has May gone? Better yet, where has 2017 gone? We’re nearly half way through, and I feel like I just put away my Christmas lights. The fact that I put them away in February is besides the point.
To be fair, I know full well where May has gone. It has gone to watching The Great British Bake Off. After hearing about it for years, it finally landed on Netflix, and it’s just as glorious as I imagined.
I wanted to share these Cinnamon Rolls for a while now, but I was too enraptured by Mary Berry’s perfectly sculpted hair to do much else with my life. Now I’ve snapped out of my Bake Off comma, and I need to share these Sunday-morning-worthy Cinnamon Rolls with you.
Packed with tequila and puckery lime, these Margarita Cupcakes prove that margs aren’t just for drinking.
A long, long time ago, in March of 2015, I shared my Margarita Cupcakes. Also in March of 2015, I had a fondness for surrounding my pictures with giant black borders. Oh, and I took those pictures on my state of the art iPhone 4. Times they have a-changed. And because they have changed, I thought it was time for an update.
It’s a good thing a batch of this Almond Orange Biscotti makes a ton of cookies because you’re going to want to eat every single one.
If you’ve followed along for a while now (Hi, mom!), then you know that I have a deep love for dessert disguised as breakfast. Exhibit A. Exhibit B. Exhibit C.
Now I can add Almond Orange Biscotti as Exhibit D. It is just the right amount of sweet, is easy to take on the go and is heaven with coffee.
Cut Out Sugar Cookies that taste even better than they look. Yes, it’s possible.
I use to really dread making Cut Out Sugar Cookies. They were always so much work for a cookie that didn’t taste all that amazing. I also don’t fancy myself all that artistic, so I would become really intimidated by the sugar cookie creations I would see online and think, I’m not worthy!!
It wasn’t until we were planning a baby shower for a friend at work that I thought, I should make cut out sugar cookies! I quickly reminded myself that I don’t like making cut out sugar cookies, but the eager baker in me would not take no for an answer.
These Red Velvet Madeleines are a southern twist on a French classic.
I’ve had Red Velvet Madeleines on my mind for a while now. Something about turning one of my favorite cakes into a tiny madeleine pillow spoke to me… and then nagged at me for months. I finally listened, and it turns out that tiny voice inside knows what she’s talking about!
This Coconut Cake is worth breaking your new year’s resolution for.
I took a break from reading about how water, yeast and flour magically turn into bread to share with you one of my favorite winter cakes: Coconut Cake with Raspberry Filling.
We make these Thumbprint Cookies every Christmas. Otherwise, there’d be a revolt.
In my humble opinion, there are two baking staples to Christmas: Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies and Thumbprint Cookies. Without them, December 25th wouldn’t be complete. I’m not even sure where this recipe comes from from exactly. I just know it lives in my mom’s pink recipe book, which is practically a sacred text of handwritten recipes.