If I had a dollar for every batch of cookies, or other holiday treat, I’ve made (and eaten) so far this year, my piggy bank would be fat and happy. I love holiday baking, especially cookies. They’re so fun. Today’s recipe for Christmas Chip Cookies is no different—they’re soft, colorful, and festive.
It’s still August and the pumpkin spice craze is already here. I joked last year that I don’t get into pumpkin-y things until we’re in a month that ends in -ber, but this year, Starbucks didn’t really give me a choice. Their famous pumpkin spice latte is back as of today, and today, I’m gonna show you how to make an even better pumpkin spice latte at home.
For my next installment in Peach Week, I’m showing y’all a really easy, seemingly elevated, and absolutely delicious appetizer or sharable snack: Peach Burrata Flatbread. My mom started making flatbreads regularly a couple years ago, and it kind of rubbed off on me. I came up with this recipe to highlight peaches in a more savory way, and make something other than a drink or dessert for once.
Hi. Happy Summer. It’s been a minute since I’ve posted here. Between family events and the general busyness of summer, the blog and podcast got pushed to the back burner for a little bit. But I’m back, and today I’m sharing one of my favorite ways to stay hydrated in the hot summer weather: infused fruit water.
Happy National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day! I usually roll my eyes at all these food holidays, but any excuse to bake cookies is good enough in my book. Chocolate chip cookies are a timeless classic, and nothing beats one warm out of the oven.
Happy Spring, y’all! It’s finally warm and not raining where I live, and I am ready to soak up some sunshine. With warmer weather comes my desire for fresh berries and lighter baking. Breakfast pastries, like muffins, are some of my favorite things to bake this time of year. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite light and easy breakfast recipes: a treat I call Sunday Morning Muffins.
It’s almost picnic and tailgate season! That means I’m going to be making lots of snacks and treats (and sangria, of course) to share with large groups. One of my favorite tailgate treats is sausage balls. I usually end up making two batches: one to share, and one for myself. While I have my go-to, tried and true sausage balls recipe, I decided to kick it up a notch with another favorite Southern snack: pimento cheese.
I know, I know, my fondness for sangria has almost reached joke level. But with so many seasonal flavors and blends to play with, can y’all blame me? They’re so easy to mix up that I can’t resist experimenting. This week, I’m excited to share my blood orange sangria recipe that was a quick favorite among my friends.