Archive for the ‘Baking’ Category



Mall Pretzels from Elephantine!

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Rachel over at Elephantine is one clever lady! She recently started creating the most amazing food videos and her latest one has me soft pretzel crazy! I can not WAIT to give these a try, only I have a feeling I won’t look quite as adorable as her making them. Get the recipe and watch the video here. Enjoy!



A Martha Easter

Monday, April 18th, 2011

I sadly botched two Easter crafts I had planned for this year but there certainty is no shortage of great projects on the web! I wanted to celebrate the week before by featuring some of my favorites. It just wouldn’t be Easter week without a little Martha so here are some of the best of the best.


1.Paper-Maché Eggs and Basket 2.Botanical Eggs 3.Egg Pigs! 4.Paper Cutout Easter Eggs


5.Chocolate Eggs 6.Chocolate Cake with Phyllo Nest 7.Sugar Cookie Bunnies 8.Ganache Cake and Marbled Truffled Eggs



Milk Bottle Measuring Cups

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Love these milk bottle measuring cups from Anthropologie! Perfectly beautiful inside and out, and the fact that they’re stackable make them the prettiest space saver ever!



Vintage Bake Sale!

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Photos By Heather Bullard

Most bake sales I’ve been to entail a lot of plastic wrap and Tupperware but these photos by Heather Bullard are enough to wipe this memories away. Everything is just darling but I think the vintage props are what really take the cake. Make sure to check out the rest of her portfolio, it’s a real treat!

Heather Bullard via Pinterest



St. Patrick’s Day Cake!

Monday, March 14th, 2011

St. Patrick’s Day is only a few days away but there are still plenty of fun and creative projects to do in time. I personally like ones that involve at least a little sugar and this one definitely delivers!

I can hardly think of anything better than seven lucky layers of yummy cake! Amanda, of I Am Baker, put this beautiful shamrock cake together by gradually adding food coloring to each layer before cooking.

Wether for St. Patrick’s Day or not, I love the look of a gradated cake and hope to make one of my own some day. Truly stunning!