Roasted Hazelnut Milk & Hazelnut Hot Cocoa

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Nut milks have been taking home kitchens by storm lately, and it isn’t hard to figure out why. If non-dairy milks are your thing, going the homemade route has plenty of benefits. Besides just tasting way better than the cartoned stuff (as if you need more reasons than that), it is totally customization, and turns out rich and […]

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How To Roast And Skin Hazelnuts

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Don’t tell almonds, but I think hazelnuts might just be my all-time favorite nut. They make everything better. Salads, pastas, cookies, nut butters, ice cream, coffee, CHOCOLATE. In fact, I’m having a hard time thinking of something that isn’t made better by hazelnuts. The only catch is, they need a little help, in the form […]

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The Oregon Coast, March 2015

It’s safe to say, Yachats, Oregon is one of my favorite places in the world. Albeit, I haven’t been to very many places in my lifetime, but I’ve always been of the opinion that beautiful places are meant to be visited, and then you move on — to other places, and other things — but […]

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Raspberry Swirl Marshmallows {Made With Fresh Raspberries}

There are some things in this world that just go together. Hot cocoa and marshmallows. Raspberries and chocolate. Raspberry marshmallows and hot chocolate. You see where I’m going with this? I’m not usually a big proponent of hallmark holidays, but the romantic in me just couldn’t resist using Valentine’s Day as an excuse to cut […]

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Caramel Apple Tartlets, with Cajeta

I’ve never really been the type for roses. Pretty red bouquets that only last a few days, then wilt and fade, crying petals onto the table before being unceremoniously dumped atop the compost pile. Instead, I prefer my sweet things in the form of desserts. Nothing says, “I love you” like homemade ice cream, or […]

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Homemade Cajeta {Goats Milk Caramel}

Have you ever tasted something and thought, “this is so amazing, how have I never heard of it until now?” That’s exactly how I felt about cajeta. It is one of the most incredible food stuffs you’ve (probably) never heard of, unless you’ve spent some time in Mexico, where it is basically a candy staple. […]

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Orange and Vanilla Madeleines

2015. A new year. I’ve been trying to write this post for several weeks, now. When the year started, I had big plans. So many things I was excited for, and couldn’t wait to share them with you! I felt like the new year was a fresh start, and the beginning of bigger and better […]

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Decorating with Royal Icing – Sugar Cookie 101

Welcome to cookie decorating 101! A few weeks ago, my favorite sugar cookie recipe made its debut on the cover of Go Gluten Free Magazine’s holiday issue (this probably isn’t news to you, seeing as I’ve only mentioned it about a dozen times now). Since then, I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on how pretty those […]

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A Baker’s Creations Jewelry {Giveaway!}

I am so, so excited! This giveaway has been in the works for a while now, and I just can’t wait any longer to share it with you. Ladies, this one is for you, but guys, don’t run off just yet — these would be the perfect gift for any jewelry-loving baker in your life. Or just anyone […]

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A Very Fairy Gingerbread House {Ginger 2014}

Every year, my friend and fellow blogger Movita Beacoup holds a ginger competition, and every year I get really excited about it, say “count me in!” and then get caught up in the rest of the holiday madness and forget all about it. But not this year! This year I had a game plan (and […]

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