A lightly-sweet quick bread filled with fresh strawberries and blackberries then drizzled with a tart lemon glaze
So, I may have created something to rival my famous sweet potato praline bread pudding, y’all. I like to try at least one new dish each Thanksgiving, and this nutty apple cranberry bread pudding was a brand new dessert recipe I came up with last […]
A deliciously moist spice cake with apples and pumpkin–topped with maple cream cheese frosting!
I’ll try to keep today’s post short and sweet because these donuts pretty much speak for themselves. Also, it’s been a supremely strange week, y’all. My Sunday was pretty relaxed and I attended a photography workshop with the Houston Blogger Union. I eased into a […]
Happy Pi Day, y’all! I love refrigerator pies for the warmer months, which are definitely becoming more and more abundant here in Texas. #globalwarmingisreal They’re less fussy and it’s so easy to incorporate flavors that you wouldn’t necessarily find in a more traditional pie. In […]
Each year my friends and family members hit me up to create homemade fruit arrangements for Valentine’s Day. I like to think it’s because I make them with so much love but the fact that these cost less than the ones they might order from a company […]
A Southern classic dessert passed down through four generations of black girl magic plus a Black History Month recipe roundup
Cookies get so much love around Christmastime and I’m all for it so I couldn’t stop at sharing just one cookie recipe this season. These were inspired by childhood memories in the kitchen with my mom, making more cookies than Santa could ever eat. I wanted […]
This year, I wanted to do a slightly different take on a Christmas classic–something grown folks might appreciate a bit more than a typical house or cookie! These little loaves are baked up in disposable cardboard pans, which make them perfect for gifting. Just add some ribbon […]
A delicious cake I celebrated my birthday with–full of deep,delicious flavors and perfect for any occasion.
This recipe is from my soror, Kirstyn Scott. She hails from Harlem, New York and writes about all sorts of fabulous things (including food) over at North of the Park. She is kind of killing all the excuses my sweet tooth makes when I reach for […]
The subject of this post is intended for readers 21 years and older. I watched a Facebook video read an article recently about how millennials are the most nostalgic generation and the reasoning behind it. Though there are many things from my childhood in which I […]
No shade to Sandra Lee but I am not typically one for semi-homemade cooking and baking. I never say never, though. Sometimes, shortcuts come in handy and these cupcakes are an example. I used :gasp: boxed yellow cake mix, canned pumpkin, and just two other simple […]
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I thought I would share some dishes befitting of a romantic dinner for two. I am starting with dessert because, well, it’s my favorite part. 🙂 This dessert combines two classic sweets that are often associated with the holiday. […]