We made a bunch of sweet treats for Journey’s Valentine’s Day Crafternoon including these adorable mini heart shaped apple pies.
I found this recipe on the back of the craisins package a few years ago and thought they sounded delish. And I was right. I especially love making them because they are easy to make and since they are made with real oats and little sugar, they must be healthy. At least that what I tell myself as I woof them down! Here’s the recipe…
I was tossing around what apple recipe I was going to feature on my tv segment this week and couldn’t make up my mind. I wanted to make an apple pie, but I thought it was too traditional for tv. Then I saw a picture of these and knew I had to try them. Continue reading
It seems that I’m starting to love pumpkin just as much as I do sweet potatoes. Lately, I’ve been adding it to everything—including chocolate chip cookies. I’m not sure why I decided to make them gluten-free. I guess I was just curious about whether gluten-free baked goods could be as tasty as those that contain gluten. And based on this cookie recipe, they absolutely can! Continue reading
Spring has finally sprung and I decided to celebrate with these adorable lemon cupcakes! The tree outside my kitchen window inspired the bird’s nest. The lemon buttercream icing, topped with toasted coconut, Mini Robin Eggs, and rainbow sprinkles is the perfect combination of sweet and tart. Continue reading
Since today is National Cookie Day (yes, there really is such a thing), I decided to try a new cookie recipe. I made them last night and sent them to school for Journey’s class to enjoy.
This year, I decided to do skeletons for my Halloween cake pops and somehow that morphed to a zombie graveyard. Here’s how I made it…
Summer officially kicks off this weekend! What better way to get it started than by firing up the grill for the first BBQ of the season. In addition to the usual favorites, add some flavor to your backyard bash with these delicious recipes. Continue reading
I’ve always wondered exactly what rhubarb is. I’ve heard of rhubarb pie, jams and jellies, but I was always afraid to try it because it looked too much like celery. And I hate celery. So when I went to a restaurant that served buttermilk biscuits with butter and strawberry rhubarb puree, I was a little skeptical about trying it. But, boy was I glad I did! Continue reading
Thanks to the fabulous Bakerella, cake pops are the cutest thing to hit the sweet scene in years. Being the sweet geek that I am, I couldn’t wait to try my hand at making some. I went out and got Bakerella’s book, Cake Pops and all of the supplies that I needed to make my cake pops. And then the hell began…