Favorite Cereal...no thinking...go! Mine is a tie- Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes. And Raisin Bran Crunch. Ok, so I love cereal, and I can't pick just one. But there's something about those freeze dried marshmallows that gets me every time. Cereal makes me happy, and I love decorating cakes. So why not combine the two? Introducing the Lucky Charms cake! This guy looks magical but isn't that difficult at all. Plus it involves lots of pretty rainbow unicorn colors and sprinkle
I get excited by any kind of celebration- even those that I wouldn't typically go all out for. For example, I've never had a green beer, but my mind is brimming with ideas for fun ways to decorate and celebrate for St. Patrick's Day!
This week I'll be bringing you new tutorials throughout the week on how to really green yourself, starting with some yummy Shamrock shaped cookies! Take a look: #holiday #baking #StPatricksDay #cupcakes
It's my favorite time of year- Valentine's Day! Pink decorations, sugary treats, full hearts- it gets me every time. I haven't had a real Valentine in a hot minute, but that's OK- friends and family are pretty darn special too. I have a few different fun V-Day tutorials that you'll see in the next few days, including this cupcake series. Learn how to make fun and easy cupcakes that will warm even the grumpiest of hearts. Directions are below, or check it out by downloading Ju
OK, if you've never needed lemon curd before, you're probably thinking, WHY would I ever need to make lemon curd? I hear ya, let me explain. I was planning a unique birthday cake to make (for myself!) and wanted to do something light and sweet. I decided on a lemon-raspberry whipped cheesecake! I checked out a few recipes, and one of them called for lemon curd. Call me a sucker for multi-recipe desserts, but I was intrigued.
I whipped together a lemon curd and OH WOW DID Y
Sugar Skulls are traditionally made as a gift during the Dia De Los Muertos celebrations for family members that have passed on. Typically, these are skulls made out of meringue powder and granulated sugar to make a 3D mold of a skull, and then are decorated with bright colors of icing and foil
The sugar skulls are left at graves or altars to welcome the loved one's spirits that come back to mingle with the living for 24 hours on October 31st. (Check out http://www.mexicans