Hey guys! Been a while since we’ve done bread, amirite? And listen, if you haven’t made bread before, or if you’re having issues making bread at high-altitude, focaccia is a great place to start. It’s simple, and even though you’ve got to commit a lot of rise time, it’s easy! Plus, if you don’t want your kitchen to smell like fresh bread, I just don’t know if I even know you anymore.

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.

Hey guys! I hope you’re having an amazing holiday season! If you’re looking for some great cookies to bake this year, I’ve got you covered. I spend all season long baking cookies, plus a few good ones throughout the year.  Today I’m sharing my 9 favs, and all of them are ready to go for high-altitude baking. You got this.

Hey guys! I hope you are all holly and evergreens by now, I know I am! I’ve been baking gingerbread cookies my whole life, and I’ve finally perfected the recipe. These will hold their shape, stay soft, and can be frosted beautifully!

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.

You guys. I can’t believe this recipe is ready to post finally! I’ve been trying to work out a great yeast doughnut recipe for years, and I think I must have tried at least 15 recipes, no joke. The combination of a yeast dough and the method of frying has always proven too complicated here at altitude. Today is the day though!

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