L, those look DELIGHTFUL!!! :) i'm going to have to try to make some but i have a feeling they won't be as pretty or yummy as yours & kiddo's!
Those look yummy Leigh!
Oh no! I just woke up and am starving. The best I can muster is Cheerios. Perhaps The Pea will be open to an early morning trip to the bakery.
Those look really good - and pretty easy too. Congratulations on baby no.2 by the way!
YUM!! Those look deLICious!! Any left?!!
Mmm perfect for a cold day outside!
Those look soooooo good.I was hoping they had nuts, and that it was cream cheese frosting!! :)Thanks for sharing them with us!
Yum yum! Try this recipe too (there are no eggs, so baby can lick the batter--my baby sticks her whole head into the mixer, so watch out for that). This cake tastes so good, greater than the sum of its parts, and is so quick.Mix half cup softened butter and 1 cup sugar a few minutes until pale and fluffy. Mix in 1 cup cold apple sauce. Mix in 2 cups flour, 1 tsp. baking soda, 1 tsp. cinnamon. Add half cup raisins and half cup walnuts. Pour into greased and floured 8 inch square pan or a round bundt pan. Bake at 350 for 40 minutes. Done!
Oh, wow, Diana! That take on applesauce sounds DELICIOUS. I'll try it next time I get into a baking mood...Thanks!