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.
Last night, she helped me make baked cod. While I really enjoy fresh fish, I'm not great at cooking it... She enjoyed helping and even liked eating some.