These original bakes will curb any donut craving and keep that waist snatched.
I love being surrounded by flowers. Whether I’m inside or outside, the array of colors and depth that flowers display always brings me a smile. A few years ago I was looking for a cute little floral arrangement for my Paris room. I wanted a variety of different pinks to contrast my almost completely blackContinue reading “DIY: Faux Floral Arrangement”
I can’t believe we are already in month two of this year. Although February is technically Black History Month, I celebrate our history every day. 28 days is just not enough time to reflect and appreciate all that Black people have and continue to do for this country. There are many ways to enjoy andContinue reading “Black History Month Cupcakes”
Everyone who has tried these lemon bars so far have raved about them.
I have a confession, I have always wanted to live in a gingerbread house. I realize that is not practical or realistic but I dare to dream. Just the smells and warmth that is associated with gingerbread has always put me in a comforting place. During the holidays I am drawn to gingerbread memorabilia moreContinue reading “Upgraded Gingerbread Man Cake”
This year I have positively been on a baking spree. From dealing with the stress that is 2020 to also opening up my own sprinkle mix company, Kaleidoscope Sprinkles, my oven has stayed on. Believe me I’m not complaining one bit, especially how chilly it has been in L.A.. I love baking and hope toContinue reading “Hey Rudolph! Cake”
Happy Thanksgiving!! I hope that your day is mapped out already with delicious foods from the comfort of your own home. As mentioned in my previous post, apples and Fall are synonymous to me. I’m sure most, if not all of those reading this definitely expect an apple pie featured at their Thanksgiving dessert table.Continue reading “Snowflake Apple Pie Pops”
Apples, Apples, Apples! This glorious fruit has always been a big part of Fall to me. As a child growing up in Sacramento, it was a yearly tradition to take a trek to Apple Hill every Autumn. Apple Hill is this amazing once secluded place about an hour outside the capital city that is filledContinue reading “Apple Cider Donut Bread Pudding with Salted Caramel Glaze”
Happy Saturday and Halloween! It has been a busy week indeed. On Wednesday I was celebrating National Chocolate Day, which everyone should partake of. I decided that I wanted make my own chocolates this year since I knew I wouldn’t be buying any to pass out to trick or treaters. I thought this would beContinue reading “National Chocolate Day/ Happy Halloween!”
Happy Sunday and National Chocolate Cupcake Day! I’m not sure who decided to make up these official food holidays but my tastebuds appreciate every bit of it. I’m so glad this holiday takes place during my favorite season. I thought that this was the best time to perfect my chocolate cupcake recipe and decorate withContinue reading “National Chocolate Cupcake Day!”