Peach season has arrived!! And today we’re doing a fun twist on shortcakes…by making them doughnut style.Read More
Blueberry + rhubarb. Honestly I had never even thought about this combo before, but when I asked for suggestions on Instagram about what to pair with blueberries to spice things up…this combo stuck out!
The sweetness of the blueberries complements the tartness of the rhubarb so so well, and when you bite into these muffins, the colours work so beautifully together as well as pops of purple and pink stand out against the white muffin base. I added a hint of ginger for some depth as well, although you can definitely leave it out if you’re not a fan! And if you can’t find any rhubarb (I realize it’s getting a bit late in the season), you can swap in a different kind of berry (blackberries would be divine!), or simply use more blueberries.Read More
Summer is just flying by! I’ve been consuming a crazy amount of fresh berries, and freezing a bunch so I can snack on them all winter too. I feel so lucky that I live in a place that grows such amazing produce!Read More
I had never made no churn ice cream before this Spring….can you believe it?! I finally tried it, and was blown away. Easy to whip up in less than 5 minutes (depending on what mix ins you choose), and shockingly creamy, this is such a fun and simple project for a warm day. Now I’ll always love my ice cream machine and dreamy custard bases, but truly appreciate having such a good option for doing without one!Read More
Pizza night is always a good night! And we’re mixing things up with this vibrant pink pesto made with beets!Read More
Hello friends! We are in the thick of strawberry season where I’m from, and there are fields upon fields of these gorgeous berries. I went u-picking the other night with my mom and sister, and all agreed that few things smell better than a strawberry field at peak harvest! It was heaven.Read More
This cake was 100% inspired by the gorgeous cherry blossoms that graced us with their presence a few weeks ago! Pink topped trees lined the streets, spreading petal confetti whenever the wind blew too hard. They are one of the first signs of Spring, and a sight for sore eyes after the cold of Winter.Read More