When it comes to sugar cookies - this is totally my go to recipe. I LOVE it. They are always soft and flakey- thick or thin, big or small they turn out great. Quality Ingredients I've said it before - but one of the secrets to having your recipes turn out is to use quality ingredients. I used Bob's Red Mill Organic Flour for my cookies and they were flakey, chewy, and delicious. When you skimp on your ingredients you skimp on the recipe. I love that Bob's Red Mill products are . . .
A few years ago I made some rainbow cupcakes like this for my son's birthday party and they have become one of the most consistently pinned recipes on our blog. I've received a lot of questions about the who's and the what's about these babies, so I decided to do a separate post with all the specifics. I added the gold coin oreo's because this is the PERFECT treat for your St.Patrick's Day Party. You'll Need:: Cupcakes - whatever is your favorite. Bake and let cool. I found . . .
Homemade bread is the best. The smell, the fluffiness, the taste! It just screams comfort and home and mama's good cookin. Making homemade bread is also a beast. Well at least for me. I don't love it. Its not therapeutic it's a big mess. So, it rarely happens, but it would be nice on those beautiful Sunday afternoons to have some homemade rolls to go with that pot roast, or on a busy weeknight to be able to have homemade bread with that pasta dish. So how can one accomplish this without spending . . .
I wanted to try these cupcakes (which quickly became my favorite new chocolate cupcake recipe. Period), but needed a frosting to top them for the finale viewing party for my favorite reality dating show I was going to that night (I live for Mondays). Canned frosting really is good, I mean, I used to steal cans of it from the pantry growing up and hide out in my room with a spoon....if ya know what I mean. To this day, I still crave a spoonful of chocolate or rainbow chip frosting whenever . . .
I few months ago I had the best buttercream frosting I'd everEVERever had. It didn't taste homemade. and it didn't taste store bought. but it had to homemade? but it didn't taste like buttercream frosting. I stood to the side watching another lady literally lick the frosting off the cake plate while asking the chef how on earth she made it. Her secret was shortening. ...uh, err gag. I don't like shortening? What had I done. I'm SO against shortening. am I? I mean, I just had the . . .