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Angel Food Cake French Toast

Angel Food Cake French Toast

There are many ways to enjoy Angel Food Cake and this Angel Food Cake French Toast just might be the best one yet. The recipe is exactly what it sounds like: slices of homemade angel food cake are used to make some of the most delicious french toast you’ve ever eaten. Angel food cake is ideal for making french toast because its light, spongy texture ... Read More »

Tequila Sunrise

How to Make a Tequila Sunrise Cocktail

I love making Tequila Sunrises when I’m entertaining for brunch. While champagne cocktails and bellinis have a festive carbonation to them, I like the colors and the simplicity of these a bit better. Plus, I feel obligated to use up the whole bottle of champagne when I’m making cocktails with it because I don’t want it to lose its carbonation. That means that when I’m ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Pancake Cups

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Pancake Cups

Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast foods and while I love classic buttermilk pancakes, I’m always looking for new ways to enjoy them. These Pancakes Cups – and you can get the recipe on the Craftsy blog (it’s free!) – are currently at the top of my “most fun way to eat pancakes” list. The pancake cups are like individual dutch babies that are ... Read More »

Tequila Sunrise Muffins

Tequila Sunrise Muffins

A Tequila Sunrise is a classic brunch cocktail and one of the most popular uses for tequila outside of a margarita. The cocktail is easy to make, with a combination of fresh orange juice, tequila and grenadine – with the grenadine playing a key part by adding both color and sweetness to the drink. These Tequila Sunrise Muffins are inspired by the cocktail and use ... Read More »

Martha Stewart Vintage-Inspired Flour & Sugar Container Giveaway!

Martha Stewart Vintage-Inspired Flour & Sugar Containers

The tools that get the most use in my kitchen are the storage containers that I use for flour, sugar and other dry goods. No matter what I’m baking or what mixing method I’m using, those ingredients are the backbone of my kitchen. I often leave my dry goods containers on the countertop, where I can access them easily, but not all storage containers are ... Read More »

What are Coconut Chips?

What Are Coconut Chips?

Shredded coconut is my go-to ingredient when it comes to adding some coconut to my baked goods. I like it both sweetened and unsweetened, toasted and untoasted. It can be added to almost any recipe. But shredded coconut isn’t the only type of coconut out there that you can bake with and, depending on your recipe, you might want to go with coconut chips instead. ... Read More »

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