If you read my last post, you know that my husband and I tried some adventurous and delicious popsicles at Las Paletas in Nashville, and now I am recreating those popsicles as easy-peasy ice cream that you can make at home! Even though summer is quickly coming to an end, the heat doesn’t seem to be going anywhere so you’re going to need some solid no-bake treats to beat the summer heat! Continue Reading
Before popsicle shops were popping up (pun intended) everywhere, it was this cool (pun not intended), novel, genius idea. My husband and I were in Nashville and a friend recommended Las Paletas, a popsicle shop. I was kind of confused, and super intrigued. I mean, popsicles are basically frozen juice, right?! So we’re going to pay a few dollars for some frozen juice at a shop when we could get a whole box for the same price as the store?
As promised, throughout January aka Hot Cocoa Month I’ll be sharing bonus recipes as a thank you for helping me reach my 2017 goal. That means instead of one recipe a week I’ll be sharing with you TWO recipes a week! Check back every Sunday and Thursday for plenty of easy and delicious, made-from-scratch, hot cocoa recipes!
We survived a bomb cyclone, and now here we are in the middle of January and we’re going to come close to hitting 60* in New England! WHAT IS HAPPENING?! But guys, it’s never too warm for hot chocolate. (Just like it’s never too cold for ice cream. NEVER.) Even in warm weather, there is something so comforting about curling up on the couch with a mug of hot chocolate. Continue Reading
Thanksgiving is a holiday that focuses on tradition and family. It seems like every year we go to the same house and eat the same food with the same people. As a person of routine, I love tradition. I order the same food at the same restaurants. I try to maintain as much consistency in my schedule as possible. I love comfortable and familiar. But when it comes to Thanksgiving, I like to add a little something different each year. Continue Reading
I majored in math in college so as a (formerly) mathematic baker I feel an obligation to celebrate Pi Day. But let’s be honest, Pi Day isn’t about pi…it’s about PIE!!! Pi Day this year was especially exciting because Pi Day also brought Winter Storm Stella. Snow days are perfect baking days, but when a snow day and Pi Day collide…that’s fate! Continue Reading