10 Things I Loved This Week

| 10 Things I Loved This Week

Like many of you already know… these last weeks have been pretty rough for me.  But, I’ve found that getting back to what I love, baking and blogging, helps ease the pain of the loss of my daughter.   With that said… here’s this weeks list of 10 things I loved!

I’ve wanted to make my own marshmallows for some time now… these peppermint marshmallows from Betty Crocker sound like a perfect place to start!

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I made someone else’s recipe for Chocolate Crinkle cookies this week…. EPIC FAILURE.  I should have just used my tried and true recipe.

I am in love with cheese sticks… but never thought I could make them at home!  These sticks from Gimme Some Oven make it possible! (See featured image at the top of this post.)

 I made a few loaves this week of “Thank You Bread” or as some of my readers have named it “Cora’s Bread” … it’s pretty amazing, you should try it!

Chicken.  That’s what you could call me when it comes to making pumpkin rolls.  But seriously, how hard could they be?  Especially when they look like this one from Confessions of a Closet Master Baker!

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I’ve started collecting peppermint recipes… this peppermint cookie has made the list!

 We all know that I love pumpkin and chocolate together… add sea salt! WOAH!

The Lemon Sugar blog is growing to be one of my favorites… and now with her latest cake creation featuring a mound of homemade marshmallows on top… I must make this!

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Baked chicken teriyaki… super easy and so delicious!

I’ll be using this bunting on my pies this Thanksgiving! SO ADORBS!

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2 Comments

2 Comments on 10 Things I Loved This Week

  1. Becky
    November 16, 2012 at 2:21 pm (2 years ago)

    Baking has always been my “therapy”, and I always feel better when I am baking, except if I have an “epic failure.” Glad that you are feeling a little better.
    Hugs

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