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These are going to be recipes that I either bake on my channel, have baked previously and love, or are passed down in the family. I hope you enjoy them and can share cooking with others. Clicking on the photos will take you to the full recipe.



Hamentashen is a Jewish cookie with sweet filling, shaped like a triangle and traditionally eaten during Purim. Purim is a Jewish holiday commemorating the survival of Jews who had been marked for death by Persian rulers in the fifth century BCE. The most traditional filling for hamentashen is poppy seed, but you can use just about anything for your own spin on this sweet treat!


Classic French Bread

This loaf of bread has a deep, crunchy, toasty crust and a fluffy-as-a-cloud interior. It takes superhuman willpower not to eat it straight out of the oven!


Carrot Bread (Version 2)

This recipe for carrot bread is a bit heartier - and a bit healthier! It has whole wheat flour and less sugar, but it isn't any less delicious than Version 1. I like it with toasted with cheese or butter. 


Ginger Chocolate Petite fours

Layers of buttery ginger cake and creamy, spicy chocolate ganache, all covered in a decadant chocolate coating. These petite fours may be a bit time-consuming, but they're worth all the time that's into them! 


Lemon Loaf Cake

This lemon loaf cake is sweet, citrus-y, and oh-so buttery! It's perfect for dessert or breakfast.


Rainbow Sprinkles

Unlike store-bought sprinkles, these rainbow confections actually taste like real vanilla and sugar! They're a fun pop of color on ice cream, too.


Graham Crackers

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Spinach Muffins

I've been eating these spinach muffins ever since I was a little kid! They're delicious, low-sugar, low-fat, and naturally green. Because of their color, they're super fun to eat on St. Patrick's Day. Even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy these muffins.

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Overnight Cinnamon Buns

This recipe is an adapted version of one from my culinary hero, Alton Brown! The long stint in the fridge results in tender, soft, ultra-flavorful buns. These sweet, cinnamon-y buns are a delightful breakfast treat! 


Pork Tenderloin 

This pork tendeloin is seared to perfection, and it's paired with a luxurious red wine pan sauce! Serve with rice to soak up the excellent sauce.


Marinated Chicken

This is one of those family dinners that everyone eats. It reheats pretty well. It's very easy to make, and it can be made ahead of time. So, it's the perfect meal for a healthy, tasty weeknight dinner!


Rainbow Icebox Cake

Sweet rainbow cookies layered with fluffy whipped cream - now that's an icebox cake! This cake is just as tasty as it is pretty, and every bit of it is homemade.


No-Bake Cookies

So few ingredients, so little time to make, and no oven required! These cookies are a snap to make, and they include the best food combo: peanut butter and chocolate. They're a huge hit with my family and friends.


Pickled Watermelon Rind



Like many people, I love chewy, soft pretzels. This recipe comes from my brother's Destiny 2 Cookbook, and instantly became a huge hit in our family. Served with sausage and roasted apple and kale, this is a once a month must-have dinner in our house.


Carrot Bread (Version 1)

This carrot bread is practically a carrot cake! It's sweet, it has a great cinnamon flavor, and it pairs wonderfully with cream cheese frosting.

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Thin Mints (Homemade)

When you've eaten all your Thin Mints but still crave them, make a batch of these cookies! They're certain to satisfy your sweet tooth. Tip: Freeze them! Like real Thin Mints, the taste even better once frozen.



Delightfully chewy, golden brown, with a crisp exterior, these bagels are sure to satisfy any bagel lover! Best eat fresh out of the oven with butter or cream cheese and lox. 


Lemon Popsicles 

These popsicles are sweet, tangy, and almost completely naturally colored! They're a refreshing, icy treat on a hot day.



These sweet treats are fluffy, sugary pillows of goodness! They are so much better than store-bought ones, and they make a mean s'mores!


Tomato Soup Cake

Delicious cookies flavored with honey, cinnamon, molasses, and whole wheat, these cookies are an instant success at any party! Anyone of any age is sure to love these Homemade Graham Crackers!


Cinnamon Swirl Bread

This sweet bread is a treat my grandma has made for brother since I can remember! It's my ultimate comfort breakfast, and I can guarantee you'll love it too!


Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry muffins are a perfect way to start your day! Oat bran and yogurt gives these muffins a healthy, tasty twist. 


Tahini Cookies

These cookies are nutty, sweet, and perfectly chewy! The're deliciously simple and simply delicious.


Giant Cheese Ball

Though it may sound crazy, these tangy pickles are a refreshing addition to salad - or eat out of the jar as a sweet and sour summer snack! 



Tamago is a sweet and savory Japanese rolled omelet, great for breakfast or lunch! 


Four Bean Salad

This sweet-and-sour salad is so refreshing! It's the perfect salad to eat on a hot summer's day, and it keeps in the fridge for several months. 


Belgian Waffles

These classic Belgian Liege waffles have a tangy, yeasty batter and sweet crunch from pearl sugar. They're an indulgent but fun breakfast treat! 


Chocolate Cookies

Despite the fact that there's an entire can of Campbell's Tomato Soup in this cake, it doesn't taste like tomato at all! In fact, it's an incredible spice cake sure to elevate any special occasion!


Multigrain Tortillas

Why buy tortillas tortillas when you can make them? These tortillas, made with buckwheat flour and whole wheat flour, are healthier and tastier than what you'll buy at the supermarket!


Challah Bread

Challah bread is sweet, fluffy, and beautifully braided! It's amazing with honey and butter. 

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Veggie Farro Bake

This vegetarian farro bake is a perfect family meal - everyone loves it, and it reheats great! It's so delicious and cheesy, you'll hardly noticed how many veggies are packed into it. 


B'stilla (Moroccan Chicken Pie)

This big old ball of cheese dip has been a party staple in our family for years! You can roll it in cheese and decorate it with bell pepper cutouts to look like a Hallowe'en jack-o-lantern. 



Chocolate cookies are my go-to comfort food, and these are a fun twist! With cornmeal and a pie-dough technique, these crispy chocolate cookies are light, flakey, and delightfully crunchy - not to mention delicious. 

B'stilla is a sweet and savory, super comforting Moroccan chicken pie. It's crunchy and soft and so flavorful - what's not to love? 




Best Brownies Ever

Latkes are crispy, delicious potato pancakes eaten during the Jewish holiday Chanukah. This homemade recipe is super delicious and easy!


Why bother buying applesauce when you can make it - with real cinnamon and rich brown sugar! This applesauce is a great snack, and it's great on homemade latkes.

These brownies are rich and fudgey, and perfectly customizable! You can add chocolate chips, nuts, or, for some holiday fun, candy canes! 

Vegan Caesar Salad Dressing

This is an excellent dressing, so creamy and delicious, but packed with protein and it's 100% vegan! Even if you aren't vegan, you'll have a hard time resisting this amazing Caesar imitation.  


Mini Lime Olive Oil Cake


Mini Orange-Chocolate Olive Oil Cake

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