These magic cookie bars are a small batch version of a classic, old-fashioned favorite: 7 layer cookie bars! Each bite is filled with layers of cookie crumbs, chocolate chips, toasted coconut, and pecans.Read the Post >
This small batch funfetti cake is baked in a 9 x 5-inch loaf pan. It’s the perfect serving size for 2 to 4 people! Despite its small size, it’s still the funfetti cake we all know and love: a super moist white cake studded with rainbow sprinkles and topped with vanilla buttercream frosting.Read the Post >
Rainbow unicorn cakes are popular cake designs for children’s birthday parties, baby showers, and more. This easy recipe pairs funfetti cake mix with a homemade buttercream frosting to elevate the beloved box mix! All six layers of funfetti cake are dyed a different color to match a rainbow.Read the Post >
This small batch cinnamon rolls recipe makes only FOUR cinnamon rolls. The recipe makes the lightest, fluffiest, and pillowy-soft rolls you’ll ever taste. The cinnamon rolls are made with both buttermilk and cream cheese frosting, giving them a subtle-yet-flavorful tang. Access the recipe by becoming a Patreon supporter!Read the Post >
In case you missed it, I spent the week matching donations for black-owned and black-led social justice nonprofit organizations like Campaign Zero, The Loveland Foundation, SAAFON, and Woke Vote to help uplift the Black Lives Matter movement. Together, we raised almost $6k for the different causes! Read the blog post to learn more about each organization, the problems they’re trying to fix, and see how much we raised for each.
Although the last few weeks have been tough, it’s been SO encouraging to see all the new discussions, ideas, and challenges. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for being here to listen and learn alongside me.Read the Post >
It is heartbreaking that this still needs to be said, but here goes: BLACK LIVES MATTER. RIP George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the countless other black men and women whose lives were pointlessly, violently lost due to the intense systemic racism and prejudice in this country.
I wish I had good news to report, but the truth is, well…🤷🏻♀️. It feels like many things are still in limbo or on hold indefinitely. My city of Portland is still in lockdown. In any case, Erlend and I made the decision to postpone our August wedding.
Read more in my life update for the month of June 2020, with links to my favorite recipes, articles, and stories from the last few weeks.Read the Post >