Lemon Blueberry Scones

Ugh, scones! If done well, they are one of my favorite pastries. They can get a bad rep for being dry but these scones are anything but. And because I bake with minimal rules, you can cut these into any shape you want. I started with best intentions to cut them in a traditional scone shape but like always I…

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Roasted Tomato Tart With Pesto & Ricotta

Ah a tomato tart. It just tastes like the end of summer. That’s when my mom’s tomato plants would always produce the most tomatoes, usually forcing us to make a billion recipes with tomatoes for the next few weeks. Spoiler alert: I didn’t and still don’t mind 🙂 This is truly a quick recipe that looks tricky but frankly, save…

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Buttermilk-Brown Sugar Waffles

< whoops, don’t overfill your waffle iron, kids LOL > Have you noticed a trend here? The breakfast recipes are plentiful; it’s easily my favorite meal. To be honest, I don’t normally order waffles when I go out to breakfast or brunch because I like to make my own, and frankly, I’ve never met one of those waffles I didn’t…

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Farmer’s Market Egg Bake

I cook in a similar fashion to the way Bob Ross painted: happy accidents. Every once in a while I make something that is truly delicious even when I didn’t have high expectations. After a trip to the farmer’s market last weekend, I grabbed some zucchini and cherry tomatoes- truthfully unsure how I’d incorporate them into breakfast. I started chopping…

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The Celebrity Green Smoothie I’m Obsessed With

A few months ago, queen Reese Witherspoon posted a smoothie recipe she’s been drinking for years. Bored and in quarantine, I decided to try it. Green juices often get a bad reputation. Usually viewed as bitter or the common phrase “tastes like grass”, I just couldn’t imagine Reese forcing down something that tasted absolutely vile. So, bottoms up- I gave…

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