Tag "Baking"

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Fresh Lemon Bars

Sometimes it feels like parents can’t catch a break. Just when you’ve managed to exit the Halloween treats (and the accompanying sugar highs), candy canes show up. And when you’re

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What’s So Bad About…White Flour?

Have you noticed white flour is the new white sugar? It has become a virtual pariah. Nutritionists urge us to choose whole grain alternatives, naturopaths talk about wheat and gluten

Dairy

Kitchen Sink Cookies

Because I’m more of a cook (or as I tell Ben a couple of times a week, “Now that I’m a chef….” This can really precede any statement at all.)

Dairy

Homemade Oreos

I got to know Emma Reddington through her amazing site The Marion House Book. The first time I checked it out (on the advice of the always spot on Vitamin

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Blueberry Spelt Oat Bars

Scarlett and I travel a lot. We’re on a plane once a month and we’ve been doing that amount of travel since she was a baby. It’s just the way

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Bread Pudding

This cooking team barely need an introduction, do they? SPC regulars, we’ve come to expect amazing kitchen prowess, hilarity and extreme adorability from Casey and Moey (their Mom, Natalee is

Winter

Flourless Brownies with Berries

There’s so much to talk about with this post I don’t even know where to start. First, it’s Valentine’s Day so happy love day.  As I mentioned in our newsletter

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Graham Sweet Potato Cupcakes

It was hard to narrow down what we love for this week’s theme. Scarlett and I chatted at length about what we enjoy making and, of course, eating. Things like

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Thumbprint Corn Muffins

Laura and I are always trying to find the balance between healthy and delicious when we decide on recipes for the site. We’re both big believers in the idea that

Vegetables

Pumpkin-Gingerbread Cupcakes

When chicken pox strike you’re stuck at home–For a looooooooooooong time. I guess this means you can count on a lot of posts from us. With half of “Day One: The