My grandmother’s recipe for a light and fluffy cake with a secret ingredient.
It’s the annual Great Food Blogger Cookie swap. AKA the one stop resource for every single cookie recipe in history. Check out my addition with my grandma’s classic Kris Kringles.
I have strong opinions about snickerdoodles. Like really strong opinions. They need to have that serious tang from the cream of tartar. They need to have a hearty coating of cinnamon sugar. They need to have zero other flavors interfering. They can, however, be crispy or chewy. That I’m not really a stickler about. Snickerdoodles,…
Spritz cookies – easier than drop cookies. Who knew.
Old school butter and oil sugar cookies from Grandma Kusy’s recipe box.
Another gem of a family recipe. Classic almond crescent cookies, just like the ones found in the Italian bakeries.
The simplest 3 ingredient dessert that ever lived.
I inherited my grandmother’s baking skillz and then put them to the test with her own recipe.
Merry 2013 Chitlins! I hope you enjoyed your holiday as much as I did. Mine was mostly relaxing. We had a minor incident involving the puppy, a bucket of chocolate covered raisins, and a frantic two hours on the phone with poison control. Good news though: the puppy is fine, dinner was only delayed two…
Oh Chitlins, you wouldn’t believe the stress levels over here at the sprinkelry! My birthday is next week and I’ve been scrambling to finish all the ice creams for my party (I cross my heart I’ll take good photos this time so I can post recipes!). Not to mention The BF and I are apartment…