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Let the baking begin!

I LOVE to cook. In particular, I love baking. Cookies, pies, cakes, cinnamon rolls, muffins, brownies, etc. And I really enjoy presenting it in a decorative way and sharing it with others. I just need to make sure I hit the bike too to help offset all the sugar, butter, etc.

Today for dinner, I whipped up this FATTENING pasta dish with scallions, mushrooms, tortellini, heavy cream, butter, and shrimp. It was scrumptious.

I've baked several batches of my caramel corn snack mix for friends and family. I've got guests arriving in town tomorrow (Kelly's mom and dad), so I'll have some good taste testers.

Comments

OH HOW BEAUTIFUL!!! Kelly, that looks like such fun. Ok, when I'm feeling better and you're baking I would love for you to call me over so I can bake with you. Those are such pretty treats!
Tina O. said…
Tell me you DIDN'T make the donuts too - you put me to shame, but I'm always so impressed by your talents!
Heidi said…
Those are awesome donuts! I am sure they taste as good as they look. You are so creative with everything, I love it.

Food is an essential part of my life. I work-out TO eat what I want. I dread the day I actually have to work out and cut out delicious baked goods.
Kelly said…
Yes, I did make these...however they are NOT donuts. They are BROWNIES, using my mini stoneware fluted stone (mini bundt cakes). Then I drizzled melted chocolate on, followed by Halloween sprinkles. I drizzled chocole on the pretzels too. The raggedy quilt in the background was used as a tablecloth and I made that too, by the way.
Heid, what do you say we all move in with Kelly :) YAY! Party, party, party!!! LOL!
Heidi said…
seriously summer- kelly that sounds so yummy and fun!
ninnies said…
how come i never saw those? :)
I think we should have had these for the VT conference dessert. Even though the pumpkin bars were delicious, I'm a chocolate lover at heart! Kelly....you are so talented, you leave me speechless! I want that recipe!

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