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  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Cakes

    Today is my 15th birthday! Wow...time has really flown. I am so grateful for everything that has happened this year. This was definitely the best year yet. Some of the highlights of this year were, meeting Lilly Singh, making cooking videos with Jamie Geller, working for Susie Fishbein, being hired as a professional food photographer, having a recipe of mine in a published cookbook, winning a trip to Orlando for my family from a box of cereal and much much more.  I am sure ...
  • Churro Hamantaschen

    It's official, Purim is less than a week away! Before you know it, everyone will be dressing up and eating tons of hamantaschen. Being the cookie fanatic that I am, I just can't eat enough hamantaschen. Aren't they just great? Every year the highlight of Purim, for me, is when my dad makes his amazing hamantaschen. It's really fun to make them with him in the kitchen. He even makes a surprisingly delicious gluten free hamantaschen for my mom. But, to be honest, I get tired of the typical&...
  • Chanukah Sugar Cookies with Buttercream Frosting

    The weather is starting to get chilly which means Chanukah is around the corner! Besides the festive feel of the days, my favorite part of the holiday, as with most, is the special foods we make this time of the year.  I love consecutive days of yummy rich dairy meals of latkes with sour cream, doughnuts with cream filling, and for my family yummy butter cookies made with Breakstone’s Butter.   Cookies made with Breakstone’s Butter have a smoother texture than those made ...
  • Honey Apple Scones

    So the chagim are right around the corner which means we will all be cooking up a storm in our kitchens, preparing delicious lunches and dinners. But I feel like we don’t pay attention much to our breakfast. The past Rosh Hashanahs I just have honey cake in the morning with a bowl of cereal. So I decided to step it up with my Honey Apple Scones. They are filled with honey and diced apple. It’s the perfect breakfast dish for the Chagim!
  • Basic French Macarons

    Happy Passover! (And Earth Day!) My favorite dessert to make for Passover is French Macarons. They are the delicate cookies with a crunchy exterior and weightless interior. They have a marshmallow-like, chewy texture in your mouth and are filled with everything from cream cheese to chocolate ganache. It has become a favorite in my house after I began making them a few Passovers ago. I also make sure to drop some off to my friend Ben's mom, who loves them! If there...
  • Gluten Free Hamantashen

    A super yummy, gluten free Hamantaschen recipe! In my house, making Hamantaschen is an activity that includes the whole family. It is one my brother's favorite time to be in the kitchen! Every Purim we make Regular Hamantaschen and Gluten Free Hamantaschen for my mom. (By the way, my mom isn't gluten free by choice. I know it's trendy now to be gluten free. But I can assure you my mom definitely doesn't think so!) You can fill these with whatever you like. That's ...
  • Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies

    If you know me, then you know that I love anything and everything that is peanut butter. If it has peanuts or peanut butter in it, I am into it. I especially love peanut butter cookies. I am a cookie fanatic and I can't decide if i enjoy making them or eating them more. I actually really enjoy making cookies by hand, with a wooden spoon. One Yom Tov, I was in the mood for cookies but couldn't make them because I couldn't use the electric hand mixer. But I wasn't gonna let that stop ...
  • Peanut Butter Football Cookies

    I am always looking for quick and easy desserts. The kind that are great "go to's" for the last minute invite to someone's house for Shabbos. These cookies are the definition of a yummy, quick dessert. Also, all of the ingredients are in everybody's pantry. So if you need a last minute dessert to bring to a Super Bowl party these cookies are a great idea! I decided to jazz up the typical peanut butter cookie for the Super Bowl. It looks really impressive if you bring it to a party, ...
  • Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies

    I love meringues! There is just something about them that makes my sweet tooth go crazy. I have many memories of  my mom making meringues for Shabbos. She used the method of heating the oven to 400 then leaving the meringues in the oven over night with the oven off. It made them like little light airy clouds. I use a different cooking method. But both work fine.