I. Love. Donuts. Don’t you? And just like everyone else I’ve always wished they were healthier. Ok maybe healthier isn’t the right word, let’s just say not as fattening. When I saw a baked donut recipe on Pinterest, I just knew I had to try out the recipe. The glazed donuts were great when they came out of the oven, but they weren’t so great
I love Ken & Barbie. What girl doesn’t? And let’s be honest, we’ve always dreamed they would have a lifelong fairytale romance. And every fairytale romance must begin with a beautiful wedding. So here it is girls, what we’ve all been waiting for…Ahhhhhhh… Don’t you just love it! I found these images on Glamour, but they state that they were taken from, “…photographer Beatrice de Guigne [who] masterminded
My precious little cousin, Preston, turned two this year! It’s amazing to think that two years ago my Aunt Kristen and Uncle Andrew were on their way to meet this amazing little boy in Pennsylvania where they adopted him. We’re all so happy and blest to have Preston in our lives! So here’s a soccer ball cake that I made to go with his ball
My college roommate Ashley is getting married, yay!!! We went to Savannah for her bachelorette party celebrations and I decided to expand on my fondant skills and do a bustier cake for her. There was only 7 of us going on the trip so I baked a basic sheet cake and used a 3″ styrofoam ball (cut in half) covered in wax paper for the
Go big or go home right. Well, almost… I decided that for Easter I would test out some of my new fondant skills and do a cake for our big family celebration. I used the Butter Cake and Raspberry Coulis recipes that I got from the fondant class along with my Mom’s buttercream recipe. I bought basic Wilton fondant and colored it with Ateco food
I grew up baking cakes with my Mom and Nana who are both so talented at not only what’s on the outside of the cake, but the moist, yummy insides too. I love taking classes to build on what they taught me. So when I saw that there was a fondant class at The Cook’s Station led by the pastry chef from Table 301 Catering
I’ve been wanting to try out some of the Wilton classes for a long, long time so I finally jumped on Amazon and ordered the Wilton Decorating Basics kit. Well here I am calling out one of my biggest faults: patience. I couldn’t help but dig into that kit and try out some of the tips before even starting to register for a class. Oh
Remember that meal I was planning? Well here’s how it turned out… All the ingredients before prepping everything. Heirloom tomato salad with kalmata olives, cucumber, basil and olive oil.Baked cajun fries.New York Stip steak.I was so excited to get this at the Fresh Market’s buy one, get one Tuesdays!