This month, I am hosting our What’s Baking group. I know that many people choose to eat healthier in the new year and thought that Small Servings would be a great theme for January. You all know that I love to bake, but sometimes it’s a bit overwhelming to have something that yields a lot of portions. That is why I
pawn graciously gift the leftovers to coworkers and friends.
Take a look and see what my baking friends made this month:
Nicole from Seven Ate Nine baked a wonderful chocolate mug cake that she finally perfected. I’m tempted to make this right now since I am feeling a chocolate craving…(no photo)
Kate from Kate’s Recipe Box baked a Reese’s Pieces peanut butter cookie for two. This would be perfect for my husband and daughter to share since I am weird and don’t eat peanut butter.
Ali from Sparks in the Kitchen made a wonderful cranberry and Meyer lemon strudel for two. I am still on the hunt for Meyer lemons, and once I find them, I need to make this strudel!
Coleen of The Redhead Baker made irresistible tiramisu tarts for two. I love, love, love tiramisu and usually have a hard time eating the entire batch with my family, so I adore how Coleen made this Italian dessert into individual tarts!
Ange from The Tiny Tyrant’s Kitchen baked chocolate souffle cakes for two. Souffles are on my baking bucket list so I need to make these ASAP (maybe for Valentine’s Day).
Amanda, who blogs at Our Italian Kitchen, created these adorable macaroni and cheese cupcakes. Sounds perfect for the Big Game (and every night at our house)!
And last but not least, I baked chocolate cupcakes for two. I loved this recipe since both my husband and I got one cupcake each and no sharing was involved.Sometimes a girl just wants to have her own dessert and be selfish, you know?
Stay tuned for next month’s challenge, Red Velvet, which is being hosted by my sweet friend Kim of Just Baked.