Dutch Baby

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Jan 30, 2020
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Hey guys! Today I’m sharing a recipe I was really nervous to make! I was so sure that a Dutch Baby would be super hard at high-altitude, but it actually works extremely well. PLUS, I’ve got some exciting news to share today with you guys!

Alright you guys- it’s crunch time! I hope you’re all finished with your shopping and ready to relax and spend time with family and eat a lot of food. Speaking of, I’ve got something super great for Christmas day breakfast today- super chocolatey rolls! They aren’t cinnamon rolls (because they don’t have cinnamon) but they are kind of a cross between a cinnamon roll and a chocolate babka.

I’m all for warm cozy stuff right now. You probably are too. We’ve had a couple of smaller snows here, but it still doesn’t really feel like winter. It’s been pretty mild, but I’m just over here pretending it’s full-on winter and this recipe, this is a winter one guys.

Hey guys! I’m so excited to be sharing a recipe with you today that has been in the works for a long time! I’ve teamed up with Alicia from The Dizzy Cook to create this Heal-Your-Headache friendly recipe. If you’re at sea level- you can head on over to The Dizzy Cook to get the recipe adapted for your altitude. And if you’re at high-altitude like me, I’ve got it all set up for you below!

Hey guys! I’m going savory today with an easy, super flavorful biscuit. I’m a fan of carbs, and I’m 100% here for these. If you’ve never made biscuits from scratch, they come together really fast and easy- today is the day to start!

I’m ready you guys. As far as I’m concerned, it’s fall. We’re in it. There’s a lot of reasons that the second half of the year is my fav, not the least of which is that it’s basically baking season. Everyone bakes more starting right about now, and I’m absolutely here for it.

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