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DIY Hostess Style Cupcakes

Among our family and friends, Tinsley has become the Cupcake Queen. If there’s a party, everyone comes to us for cupcakes. And over the past couple of years, she has made some incredible cupcakes. When we started this blog, Tinsley denied her ability to bake and always referred to her style of baking as semi-baking.  [...]

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Snowman Hats

Whether it’s the anticipation of Santa coming, the arrival of extended family, or the smell of your Christmas ham or turkey roasting in the oven, Christmas Eve brings much excitement and joy to families, especially to young children. While many traditions are upheld over the years and all families are different, we encourage you to [...]

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Easy Peanut Butter Balls

These loveable bites are simply amazing and oh-so-easy to make. With just a few steps, 5 ingredients and no bake time, you’ll be enjoying a sweet delight in no time. These little loves are perfect for autumn picnics, football parties or wine tasting with the ladies. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 1/3 cups chunky peanut butter 1 cup [...]

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Southern Pecan Tassies

Nothing says “Welcome Autumn” better than the smell of Pecan Pie coming out of the oven. The crispy crust and the melt-in-your-mouth filling is comfort food at its best. Yes, just one slice is full of glorious grams of sugar and multiple calories. So, I decide to try and turn them into little bites. The only problem is, you can’t have just one. My girlfriends Christy and Abby host a cookie exchange every year, so I recenlty made these little cuties; they were a huge hit. In fact, they won the Best Taste prize!

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Coco Brownies

Is there anything better in life than rich, gooey brownies? We don’t think so either, and our coco brownies are sure to feed that chocolate craving in no time. This classic recipe is super easy, and the brownies come out perfectly soft and deliciously decadent. Ingredients: 1 stick butter, cut into 1in pieces 1 1/4 [...]

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Classic Angel Food Cake with a Cinnamon Whipped Crème

How can one go wrong with a classic? You can’t, and especially when the recipe comes from my grandma, Mrs. Laura Hess. Grandma was a seasoned wedding cake guru and was locally known for her baking. If you were going to a wedding in the DC metro area, you could bet that the cake was [...]

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Apple Spice Cupcakes

For October, I choose to use apples in my cupcake recipe. Apples make great addition to any cupcake mix. They steam while baking and keep the batter moist and delicious. Try to use them in your next cake batter and let me know what you think!

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