Forget Pizza Night, let’s make Pizza Morning a thing. I’ll get us started with these individual pizzas baked with gruyere cheese, bacon, eggs and topped with crisp arugula and scallions.
Ever since I mastered my favorite basic pizza dough, I have been a pizza making fanatic. Pizza Night has become a regular fixture at our house on the weekends and something I’ve come to really look forward to, especially when it’s accompanied by a bottle of wine and a movie from Redbox.
So what’s the next logical step? Pizza for breakfast, of course.
The ultimate cookie decadence— rich brownie-like chocolate cookies studded with chocolate chips, stuffed with Nutella and caramel-filled chocolates, and topped with fleur de sel. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I’m starting something new today on the blog! A few Sundays a month I plan to spotlight baking recipes from other bloggers I’m following around the web. I am blown away by what others are doing with butter, eggs, sugar and flour, but hardly ever get around to trying anything because I’m too busy with my own recipes. So this is an excuse to bake (and eat, of course) all the things I’m ogling over.
First up is this recipe from Izy of Top with Cinnamon (go check her out!). It was actually these cookies that gave me the inspiration for this whole thing in the first place because, well, how could I not bake them? Just look at them. Insane. Her fun video sealed the deal. Continue Reading…
A rich and moist chocolate sour cream bundt cake studded with fresh raspberries. Top with whipped cream and more berries for a real treat.
I’m currently a little bit stuck in the doldrums of parenthood. John is almost two and I am exhausted by the daily grind of cleaning up in his wake and trying to keep him entertained. My two favorite times of day are when he goes down for his nap, and when he goes down for the night.
Of course there are so many happy moments during the day when I feel like my heart is going to explode with love for him. But for those other moments, well, there’s chocolate cake.