These cinnamon nut cookies I made remind me of my Aunt’s coffeecake.
I’ve never made a kitchen sink cookie till now. I love the idea behind it. Getting to toss your delicious baking scraps into a cookie dough.
Last weekend was quite productive. We went to an auction and got a great deal on some tools for Ben to start off our Saturday. Followed by some progress in our landscaping endeavor.
What’s the next best thing since sliced bread…. how about homemade sliced bread!
What do you do when you hang out with friends over the weekend? Baking of course!
I decided to wrap up this month of trying new pumpkin recipes with something sweet. Pumpkin bites coated in maple icing.
I found these cookies while searching for pumpkin recipes to try this month and have fallen in love. The Pinterest post I found calls them soft and chewy, and I would definitely agree. Just so yummy, I can’t help but a grab a few at a time! If you like pumpkin desserts and snickerdoodle cookies I strongly suggest you bake yourself a batch.
Here is a throwback to a couple of photos of these white chocolate peanut butter oatmeal cream pies I made earlier this year. I had a similar dessert at a shop and fell in love, and thus had to figure out how to make them myself.
I first enjoyed a French Macaron at a little sweet shop that opened up in the town I was living in. They have a few flavors and I simply fell in love with how dainty and delicious they were. I was so excited about this sweet shop and these macarons that I took it as a challenge to learn to make them for myself.
I am very blessed to have married into a wonderful family and that family just welcomed two more!
Kitchen fires and Beer bread, Oh My! Do not worry no one was harmed.
Today’s post is to those who love to create delicious cookies that mimic other crafting styles and those who love to sew and paint.
When you have leftover buttercream… experiment!