Weekly Roundup: Baking for Others

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
-Mother Teresa

You have to put love into baking. This is the lesson of the burnt birthday cake I helped a friend make for her sort-of boyfriend. “Sort of” being the keywords there. That sucker had some crisp edges! This week was all about using baking for others- for moms on their special day, for the furry best friends  who brighten our lives, and for some kids who really just need a glimmer of hope. 

Check out the posts you may have missed:

Homemade Grain-Free Dog Treats for Julep’s 3rd Birthday
Whole Grain Banana Turmeric Muffins just for Mom
Whole Grain Chocolate Cupcakes with a Fudge Mint Cookie Crunch for Beverly’s Birthdays

Happy weekend!

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Dermott Hayes

    Baking takes on a whole heap of other functions in lore, like the Gingerbread Man or Hansel and Gretel’s encounter with the witch in the gingerbread house. there’s the file in a cake story for prison escape yarns but a burnt chocolate cake? Now that’s just cruel

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