I’m finally back from the West Coast, and while I catch up on the thousand emails and to-do lists that have piled up, I’m sharing this wishbone donut recipe over on Studio DIY while she’s honeymooning! They’re perfectly fitting for the donut Queen if I do say so myself.
In other news, I have a cool giveaway for you tomorrow plus a DIY or two up my sleeve for the rest of the week, so stick with me here while I overcome my macaron hangover from California…
photos by Jared Smith
Alright, I’m back on the pumpkin bandwagon again with this pumpkin loaf cake recipe and I’m loving it! It’s the one time of the year where an abnormal amount of pumpkin consumption is socially acceptable so I’m going to run with it while I can. Also, I’d just like to say that since you can’t experience the home-baked smell and taste via the internet, be consoled by the fact that Jared made this bad boy look just as good it tasted. Then again, what doesn’t taste good with a whole tablespoon of butter on it?
See the full recipe right here, on the Minted blog!
photos by Jared Smith
I really only need half an excuse to bust out a sweater and cold weather drinks, but the fact that Houston has seen below 70 degree weather for three days straight now is practically a celebration in and of itself. To mark the occasion, this peppermint white hot chocolate recipe was a must-make. Plus, it looks pretty with my champagne marshmallows from Sugarfina and the polka dot plate set that Jared’s mom gifted me that I’ve been hoarding for a while, but this was all purely coincidental, of course…
Aside from it having the perfect winter tabletop aesthetic, this recipe is also the easiest thing you’ll whip up all winter long. Not kidding, it only takes 5 seconds of your attention and a slow cooker and you’re all set!
photos by Aelish Wilmot
Aside from the fact that I’ll drink just about anything from a copper cup sheerly for the cuteness factor, I’ve really been into moscow mules lately. I guess it’s not really that cool anymore now that everyone is loving them, but what can I say? To bring a little different flair to the current trend, we made a four ingredient version that you can whip up on the fly for our rooftop party with Smirnoff.
Oh, and did I mention these copper cups were only $9 instead of the usual $20 each from Target? Winning! Click through to see the full recipe for the Smirnoff ICE original moscow mule recipe…