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Tag Archives: Baking

A Back to School Baking Giveaway with Stevia in the Raw

A lot of babes headed back to school yesterday (I was living vicariously through your photos on my Facebook feed), and school in session can only mean one thing: fall is coming. And while I’m not quite ready to give up the summer rays, the thought of cozy sweaters, leather jackets and apple pies do have a certain …
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Loaded Avocado Fries with Garlic Aioli

Zelda and I are always looking for healthy alternatives to not so good for you but oh so delicious snacks and these Loaded Avocado Fries are right up our ally. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, my child is addicted to both avocados and bacon, so for her this was a match made in heaven. …
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French Apple Tart

With Bastille Day on Friday we have all things French on the brain! If your little ones are a little older, Zelda and I fully approve of throwing a French themed tea party with this delicious French Apple Tart. Working with puff pastry is always a little intimidating because it is so delicate. I was worried that this recipe might …
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Rachel Leykind’s Juicy Baklava

Full disclosure: My baby daddy is Greek and I’ve never made baklava before. This was my first attempt and I made two aesthetically fatal errors – I didn’t grind the nuts into a powder and I froze the phyllo dough prior to making the recipe. BIG MISTAKE. I received this dessert recipe from Rad Mom, Rachel …
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The Sweetest Pink Cinnamon Rolls for Mom

Let’s be real, the only person baking pink cinnamon rolls for me in my house is me. Even though Spiro loves to cook, baking isn’t really his jam but that’s okay because I love hitting the kitchen with Zelda. She’s at a point in her life where she is super excited about food. She’s so inquisitive and always …
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Kid-Friendly Sausage Lasagna Cups

I can’t resist making things in mini so when I found kid-friendly lasagna cups on Pinterest I knew I had to make them. Little Z and I gave the recipe our own spin and used sausage instead of ground beef. It’s amazing how much more involved she wants to be in the kitchen. She’s always asking me what …
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Alana Mitchell’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Alana Mitchell’s chocolate chip cookies are delicious enough to be in a bakery. Soft, slightly crunchy on the edges and topped with flakes of sea salt, they have everything you would ever want in a chocolate chip cookie. As it goes with most cookies, they are best served warm. Beware, once you make these you’re going to digest …
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Pear, Pesto & Pancetta Pizza

Fruit on pizza?! It’s for real. Zelda and I decided to go the road less traveled and mix things up with our pesto pizza toppings. I wasn’t sure if she would go for this, but she made it her own and ate the pancetta, pears and cheese first, finishing the crust last. To each their own! I reheated …
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How to Make Natascha Snellman’s Chocolate Croissants

Natascha Snellman is the creator of the innovative clothing brand, Hey Babe! and we're a little obsessed. Each jacket has a collection of super cool patches and if your little doesn’t have one, I totally recommend making the purchase. They are super cute and last forever – and good news mamas, you can get one in …
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Crock Pot Recipe: Greek Inspired Pulled Chicken Nachos

Zelda is half Greek, so we like to incorporate Mediterranean ingredients wherever possible. I’ve mentioned before that I love using the Crock-Pot, especially in the winter, and I’ve got shredded chicken down to a science. With the help of Wheat Thins toasted pita chips, I incorporated some of her favorite ingredients into these kid-friendly chicken nachos and they …
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