Weekend Baking


This weekend I channeled my inner Julia Child and baked up a storm. The dreary weather provided the perfect opportunity to muss up my kitchen, since it was blustery, rainy, and gray outside. Thus, it definitely merited an afternoon toiling around indoors. Plus, with the *husband* away on business, I had ample time to myself.

Here's what I whipped up -

Needless to say it was a weekend of happy eating. Both recipes were easy to follow and divine to devour. I baked so much this weekend, I actually ran out of flour! How often does that happen?? Well...hmm...don't answer that, just know, that was a first for me!

8 comments

Leslie said...

Happy baking! Sometimes, its really a yummy way to entertain yourself. :) I did a little baking too and actually ran out of confectioner's sugar...not quite the same thing, but that's a lot for me!

cecimadden.com said...

i did this last weekend! Yum!

Samantha Chu Ramage. said...

yum. i love baking. but eating the dough before anything is baked is my favorite part.

xo
sami

Nicole Marie said...

i love baking weekends. i bake a lot more when i'm home visiting my family so i can't wait for thanksgiving week

Brynn {chartreuse and a twist} said...

yum!!! I so wish i enjoyed baking more! those chocolate coconut almond scones sound amazingly special!!! xoxoxo brynn

Erin {pughs' news} said...

Pumpkin bread with cinnamon filling sounds like heaven to me...

ally said...

Those recipes both sound delish
I'm doing party cooking this week - cake and goodies - will be fun

Christi's Chirps said...

Baking weekends are the best! I am so glad you reminded me about Joy the Bakers Coconut Almond Scones. I've been wanting to make those for so long! Happy week to you!

Cheers!
Christi