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5 Delicious Donut Recipes for National Donut Day

Vanilla Bean Mini Donuts

National Donut Day is June 5th and it is a good excuse to eat a donut or two – even though I rarely need an excuse to indulge in a donut! Many donut shops, both local stores and large chains (including Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme) celebrate with discounted or even free donuts, but homemade donuts are also a wonderful way to celebrate. These are ... Read More »

Mango Frozen Yogurt

Mango Frozen Yogurt

You’ll always find frozen yogurt in my freezer, and it is usually homemade frozen yogurt. Making your own frozen yogurt allows you to have complete control of the ingredients that you are using, as well as complete creative control over the flavors that you create! I use thick, creamy Greek yogurt in my homemade frozen yogurt recipes, which give them all a much richer feeling ... Read More »

What is Maple Water?

What is Maple Water?

Maple syrup is one of the most delicious sweeteners that you can have in your kitchen. It is made by collecting the sap from maple trees, then boiling that sap down to concentrate its natural sugars and flavors. The sap that actually comes out of the maple tree is much thinner than the finished syrup. That sap is being packaged and sold as “maple water,” ... Read More »

Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet

Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet

Fresh pineapples are wonderful fruits to have around. They’re a good looking fruit and the fronds can be used to garnish various desserts and cocktails, and the golden flesh is, of course, delicious. I buy whole pineapples on a regular basis and use them to make pineapple upside down cakes, smoothies and fruit salads. They also make excellent sorbets. This Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet uses just ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

Donut holes are small, round donuts that we tend to assume are made with the leftover dough when you cut out traditional ring donuts. And while this is the usual way to make donut holes, it isn’t the only way. Kitchen Konfidence cooked up a batch of donut holes in a recipe for Cinnamon Chile de Arbol Donut Holes. These bite-sized donuts are made with ... Read More »

Limited Edition S’mores Oreos, reviewed

Limited Edition S'mores Oreos, reviewed

A single look at the S’mores tag on Baking Bites will tell you that I’ve had a soft spot for s’mores and s’mores-related goodies. When I heard that Oreo was releasing a limited edition S’mores Oreo this summer, I kept my eyes peeled until I found it on store shelves (I found this box at Target) so that I could give them a try. The ... Read More »

The Dipr

The Dipr

One of my favorite after school snacks growing up was cookies and milk. I would dunk all kinds of cookies in milk, letting the milk soften part of the cookie so that I could get both the soft portion and the crispy/chewy portion in my mouth in one single bite. I would dunk cookies in cold milk during the summer and hot chocolate in the ... Read More »

Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits

Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits

Biscuits are always a good accompaniment to a meal. They’re not only easy to make, but they’re delicious and versatile enough to compliment many different types of food. I bake biscuits all year round, but I find that I bake them slightly more often during the summer, when I can use the leftovers to make shortcakes with fresh, in-season berries. These Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits ... Read More »

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