Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Make sure when you say it - you say it like "holla!" Its more fun that way! So I'm slowly starting to add breads into the mix... once I realized I could make challah, I felt I could make anything! Its still a talent in progress but I'm totally comfortable with making Challah - and its a fantastic spring time bread! I've heard it also makes great french toast. Don't miss this bread - its a new favorite.

St. Patricks Day

For St. Patrick's Day this year - I made a Chocolate Stout Cake that was delicious and rich and moist with a hint of Guinness flavored throughout. I love to bake things that are holiday specific, but sometimes I wish that holiday happened more than once a year! This cake is great on its own or with a drizzle of rich dark chocolate ganache. I wouldn't recommend coating it in frosting. This did, however, lead me to want to make Irish Car Bomb cupcakes for next year... A combination of a Guinness Chocolate cake, maybe with a Bailey's Irish Cream center and topped off with a whiskey flavored whipped cream. The possibilities are endless!

I also made, what I call, an American-Irish Soda Bread. It was deliciously moist, thanks to the addition of my favorite ingredient - buttermilk.. with a touch of caraway seeds. I leave out the raisins since I'm not a fan of raisins in baked goods, but they can definitely be added if it fits your taste. Again - I can make adjustments to fit anyone's needs.

Groom's Cake

Interested in a special groom's cake? This was a recreation of the Groom's dearly loved scooter in the form of a cake! Using an image transfer technique, I can take a photo and recreate it as closely as possible on top of your cake! This could also be a great birthday cake as well.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Cupcakes

One of my favorite flavor combinations - chocolate and peanut butter. Blending peanut butter into a delicious buttercream frosting really makes this cupcake stand out! And what kid doesn't love peanut butter?


For the premiere of Lost back in January, I made themed Lost cupcakes for a group gathering. Using an image transferring technique, I can recreate most images onto cupcakes or cakes. Looking for Lost cupcakes for the season finale?? I'm not just limited to one show, either!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

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Happy Holidays! This holiday season I would love to help you create that special dish you are looking for! My experience covers a wide range of possibilities and I can work with you to create just what you're needing. This site offers a few ideas as to what I've done in the past, but I am definitely not limited to what is available here. To help you get started, here is a list of prices for certain items and we can go from there! I look forward to hearing from you!


Cakes: 9" - starting @ $30
Cheesecakes: 10" - starting @ $30
Cookies: $10/dozen
Cupcakes: $25/dozen
Pies: $18
Truffles: $15/dozen
Brownies/Bars: $15/dozen
Quiche: $20

As for other catering orders/hot dishes/etc - prices depend on what you are needing and how many people it needs to feed!

Please place all orders for Christmas Eve/Christmas Day by Dec. 21st!

Thanks for looking and I hope to hear from you!

Happy Holidays!

-Lauren Anderson