We’ve all been there: a last minute dinner party, forgotten bake sales or an unexpected guest. It’s times like these where we require something homemade in a hurry, like this Chocolate Chip Quick Bread from Robin Hood.
I’m sure you’re all sick of hearing about my four cherry trees, but it’s causing me to post some delicious recipes (like these Cherry Lemonade Muffins). I can get used to all this fresh fruit at my disposal.
I love a good muffin, but usually the ones I’m drawn to may as well be a cake. So when I put together these Blueberry Matcha Muffins, I wanted to be more health conscious since we’ve been having a little more sugar than usual (heat + no AC = lots of ice cream).
It was my husband’s birthday last month, and I wanted to utilize the giant cupcake pan that I had. It’s not often I get to make a giant cupcake, so I was excited about it.
Treats For Toys is a wonderful campaign that I have been thrilled to be apart of. Not only have I learned that for every toy inspired Rice Krispie treat uploaded to their website, Kelloggs will donate $20 to The Salvation Army but I also learned that I’m not good at making 3D Rice Krispie treats.
Have you participated in the Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats For Toys campaign yet? Last week I told you all about this amazing opportunity to give back to a family in need, but if you forget the details here they are:
I have an amazing group of girlfriends. Most of us have been friends since elementary school (some preschool and some longer then that), but we all live in different towns. So last year we came together and decided to start a Christmas Baking Exchange and we’re just starting year two of this new tradition. Finding baking recipes isn’t always easy, so I asked some of my blogger friends to help me out. Here is a round up of Christmas Baking recipes sure to be a hit. Whether it’s an exchange, for your family, or for your visiting friends and neighbours.
I have never made a Rice Krispies Treat in my adult life. Well, until today that is. I never thought of doing it before, but with the Treats for Toys Holiday Program there is no better time to start.
I’m pretty careful when it comes to choosing a zero calorie sweetener. There are so many chemical-filled messes out there, and the majority of them have some nasty side effects. It has always been a battle, do I put a zero calorie sweetener in my coffee and endure the painful headaches/stomach aches that are damaging my health or do I just bite the bullet with the calorie laden sugar? Then I tried the stevia sweetener, Truvia, and everything changed.