258 posts in category Recipes

4 Mother’s Day Madeleine Cookies That Will Have Her Asking For The Recipe

Cookies always make a great gift to celebrate someone special. In honor of Mother's Day, I baked these four Mother's Day Madeleine cookies that are easy to make and packed with flavor. I wanted to ... Continue Reading

Celebrate Your Child’s Interests: Dinosaur Snickerdoodle Cookies

When you become a mother to a son, some things are certain. First, you will become an expert in every type of construction truck during the toddler stage and the passion for all things trucks and ... Continue Reading

Guest Feature: Heirloom Tomato Tart

Last  Sunday morning, I was enjoying coffee and  pancakes with my family over an episode of “Goldie and Bear.”   Usually I’m half tuned in to my daughter’s cartoons, but one of the scenes ... Continue Reading

A Tasty Way To Celebrate Earth Day: A Peek-A-Boo Cake

Spring is officially here on the calendar, but hasn't shown itself yet in New England. With April snowstorms and temperatures in the 30's and 40's, we are all itching to enjoy Spring. Earth Day is a ... Continue Reading

How To Make English Muffins On Your Stovetop

Over the past few years I have been working on baking various types of breads. Recipes that called for a starter, cold fermentation, various kneading cycles, ceramic heavy bottom pots, the list could ... Continue Reading

S’mores Dipped Vanilla Bean Marshmallows

S'mores Dipped Vanilla Bean Marshmallows are a special treat to enjoy with the whole family, so break out the candy thermometer and vanilla beans, this one is worth making. I have always associated ... Continue Reading

Feeling Like Spring: Lemon Blueberry Baked Donuts

Spring weather is in the air this week and I couldn't be happier. With that said, living in New England, it's still February and we could always get snow again before it's officially Spring. So enjoy ... Continue Reading

Your Guide To Homemade Pasta With Kids (+ Videos)

Making homemade pasta with kids is possible. You just have to know your child and what they are capable of. When my kitchen helper was 2.5-3 years old he wanted to make the dough, be part of turning ... Continue Reading

A Winter Family Tradition: Tourtiere Meat Pie

As we start to say goodbye to winter, these cold nights are perfect to enjoy a tourtière, or meat pie. This double-crusted savory dish is hearty and feeds your family for a few nights. Growing up my ... Continue Reading

At Home With Lindsay: Her Signature Valentines Day Sprinkle Heart Cookies

Creating holiday baking memories with my daughter are some of my most favorite times in the kitchen, especially when we bake sparkly, heart shaped sugar cookies. For Valentine’s Day, I ... Continue Reading