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How to Make Goth Ice Cream at Home

How to Make Goth Ice Cream at Home

If you spend any time on social media, you’ve probably heard of the goth ice cream trend. The ice cream is black – hence the “goth” idea – and contrasts with the colorful unicorn and mermaid treats that have been brightening up people’s feeds for the past few months. Unlike most of its colorful counterparts, this “goth” ice cream is not made with food coloring. ... Read More »

6 Wonderful Coffee Cakes for Mother’s Day Brunch

Coffee Cake Recipes for Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year to eat out, whether you go out for brunch or for dinner. Personally, I’m partial to brunch whether I’m eating in or going out for it and that is largely because I love coffee cake so much and will take any excuse to bake and eat one! These coffee cakes will get your Mother’s ... Read More »

Vanilla, Pistachio and Strawberry Mini Loaf Cakes

Vanilla, Pistachio and Strawberry Mini Loaf Cakes

Mini loaf cakes are a little bit cuter than their full-size counterparts, but they offer a few other advantages, as well. For instance, they bake a little bit more quickly, saving you time in the kitchen, and can be better for sharing. Even though the quantity of batter is the same in a batch of mini loaf cakes as it is in a full sized ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

I had some of the most delicious strawberries the other day and I think it is going to be a fantastic berry season. While they may get even better later in the summer, there is no reason to put your strawberry desserts on hold when you can get good ones right now. Take a peek at these recipes for some berry-tasty inspiration – and this┬ároundup ... Read More »

A Visit to The Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles

A Visit to The Museum of Ice Cream, Los Angeles

The Museum of Ice Cream recently opened in Los Angeles, after a sold out run in New York City. The art installation is full of things that you can eat, smell and/or touch, all with an ice cream theme. Naturally, I couldn’t wait to go and made a reservation for tickets as soon as one was available. The Museum – which is only in town ... Read More »

Oreo is Offering $500K To Invent a New Flavor

Oreo's $500K Cookie Creation Contest

If you manage to create the next Oreo cookie flavor, you could take home $500,000, as well as the glory of knowing you added to the history of one of the world’s most recognizable cookies. For the past few years, Oreo has been coming out with a wide variety of seasonal twists on their classic creme-filled sandwiches. Flavors have ranged from Watermelon to S’mores and ... Read More »

Li Hing Mui Sugar Cookies with Macadamia Nuts

Li Hing Mui Sugar Cookies with Macadamia Nuts

Li hing mui is a salted, dried plum that has delivers sweet, sour and savory flavors all in one. A powdered form is frequently found in Hawaii, where it is sprinkled on top of sweets like shave ice, pineapples and gummy candy. Just as salty and sweet is a good combination in most desserts, the li hing mui powder not only accentuates the sweet flavors ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: One Bowl Butterscotch Blondies

Baking Bites for Craftsy: One Bowl Butterscotch Blondies

I am a huge blondie fan and this recipe for One Bowl Butterscotch Blondies, which I’m sharing over on the Craftsy blog (it’s free!!), is a great recipe to have on hand if you are, too. The chewy, buttery bar cookies have a similar texture to brownies, but contain no chocolate. Instead, the bars are made with brown sugar and vanilla, which combine with the ... Read More »

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