I am a big fan of soft oatmeal raisin cookies. I also really like cranberries. Add in Kiddo's love of chocolate chips and this recipe practically begged to be made.
Earlier in the summer Kiddo's oldest cousin, Bean, told me that she wanted to try to make yeast bread. So, we tried. It was a GREAT first attempt...
A writer/home chef I follow posted a picture of the most adorable baking creation recently, and I just knew that Kiddo and I had to make an attempt. We ran into a few snags in the process, but they were still adorable. We slightly altered the brown sugar cookies recipe that I posted here (and … Continue reading Cutest Panda Cookies Ever!
One part brownie and one part cookie = brookie. I thought I made up the name, but a quick google search will indicate otherwise. Oh well! These brookies will make any chocoholic happy. They taste like a brownie with a chewy, fudgy center, but have the firm texture of a soft cookie on the outside. … Continue reading Brookies
I always thought that bagels were very difficult to make, and figured it was easier to try to find a decent bagel shop than to make one. But, when I stumbled on this recipe, I decided that Kiddo and I should give it a shot in time for our first blogiversary.
This recipe is quite simple, and it is also forgiving. We may have dropped the stick of butter on the counter, and lost a bit in the process, but the cobbler came out just fine.
This is a yummy cake and it was fun to make- there are plenty of fun, kid-friendly jobs for all skill levels.
Kiddo is a big chocolate fan, and I am partial to chocolate cake, so I figured that we needed to make this Black Magic Cake recipe from allrecipes.com. It did not disappoint.
Kiddo, her cousins and I went strawberry picking a few weekends back. It was fun and really hot... This cake was an easy and fun recipe to make.
A good friend of ours had a baby on April 1st. Prior to his birth, we made a few meals for our friends. This is one of them.