Today is a day of celebration for two reasons.
First, with this post, I have successfully gotten through an entire week of my Alliteration Agenda for the first time in months.
The second reason is that it is also the day that I am gifting you with my amazing banana bread recipe.
Some people say that peanut butter and jelly is the perfect combination… and I agree that it is great…
But the best flavor combination is peanut butter and chocolate. And what better way to experience this dream team of flavors than in a soft, warm breakfast pastry?
It was Thanksgiving 2014. I wanted to impress my then-boyfriend and his family. Green Bean Casserole has always been my favorite Thanksgiving dish, and so I decided to put my own twist on it. Needless to say, everyone was impressed by what I came up with…
Cue the clouds parting to allow
a sunbeam to shine into my kitchen as
a heavenly choir begins to sing.
On Tuesday, I was home alone and decided to bake an apple crisp.
I wanted to make a smaller amount than most recipes I saw online, as there would be only one person other than me eating it. I also wanted one that would be sweeter and not as soggy as most apple crisps I’ve had before. So, I found this recipe on chow.com and made it my own.
On Sunday, March 15th, I found a Buzzfeed article with delicious ideas on unique ways to eat Oreos.
On Thursday, March 19th, I was bored, and decided to test out my own take on one of the Oreo-based recipes.
Mini Oreo Cheesecakes!