Tag Archives: Baking

Cookies In a Jar: DIY Ball Jar Cookie Recipes


At this point, I’m guessing that a lot of you are probably sick of hearing about the holidays. For crying out loud, it’s 2015 already, right?

Christmas is long gone, we stayed up past our bedtimes to watch the ball drop in times square, and New Year’s resolutions have been declared. So, why on earth am I now blogging about cookies for Santa?

Well, it’s because I had so much fun with this foodie craft project that I can’t possibly continue my New Year without first sharing it with you all.

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Mini Strawberry Heart Pop Tarts

Whether you really enjoy Valentines Day, or you see it as just another consumerist, hallmark-card holiday, there’s no denying one thing; it’s the perfect excuse to bake super cute pastries decorated with hearts.

So that’s what I did. Plus, everyone secretly wishes they could eat Pop Tarts everyday without having to consume all of the icky refined sugars and unnatural additives that they’re made of. Read More

4 Easy Coconut Oil Recipes + Win a 32 oz. Jar of Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil [Closed]

If you don’t have a jar of coconut oil somewhere in your kitchen, then let me just tell you, there is something seriously wrong with your kitchen. Don’t feel bad. I used to be one of the unlucky ones. One of the outsiders who didn’t know that coconut oil is not only a great replacement for butter and other oils in so many recipes, but also, how divinely delectable it tastes. Read More

Chocolate Swirl Brownie Cookies


I believe in baking.

Baking for friends. Baking for family. Baking for coworkers. And even sometimes, for myself.

By now, most of you know that I believe in healthy baking. I’m always looking for replacements to high-calorie sweet treat staples like butter, sugar, and eggs. Read More

Whole Wheat Sweet Potato Cranberry Muffins


On Thanksgiving, I baked up a batch of The Lean Green Bean’s “Cranberry Sweet Potato Cottage Cheese Muffins” for my family. I didn’t tell anybody what was in them. I just put them on the table and let nature take its course.

The result? Even my grandma, the Queen of Only Eating Highly Sweetened Desserts, ate one and liked it. You don’t know my grandma as well as I do, but I’m telling you right now, the fact that this woman ate one of these and liked it is almost equivalent to the world coming to a crashing end. Read More

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