Barbecue Chicken Pizza

More and more Leah and I make specialty pizzas. As much as I love traditional pizza, it’s a lot of fun to chop up different vegetables and toppings and switch up the cheeses. We had been wanting to make a barbecue chicken pizza for ages, and Sally’s Baking Addiction posted a fantastic-looking one a few…

Triple Chocolate Muffins

Life has been moving quickly lately. We have only a little over 20 days of school left, and the past few weeks have been crazy- a class trip to New York, a few more college acceptances, more snow delays, a research paper, lots of tests, a new job, etc. The next month or two promise…

Vegetarian Pot Pies with Feta Scallion Biscuits

While this meal is in a genre of foods generally more suitable for serving during the middle of winter, the large number of vegetables make it appropriate for spring. The result is a lighter meal, since there’s no cream that is typical for a pot pie, and a light and flaky feta scallion biscuit on…

Bacon Cheddar Scones

Thanks to our penchant for baking, we are always on the lookout to find breakfast foods that can be baked, aren’t full of sugar, and are fun to make. Sure, muffins are delicious, but sometimes we don’t want to start our day with a dessert. Enter these scones- they are perfect for your baking craving…

Pralines

Happy Fat Tuesday (or Mardi Gras, whatever you call it)! We have decided to give up sugar for Lent this year, so we celebrated Fat Tuesday with a multitude of desserts. Today was a field trip with our Latin class to the Pompeii exhibit at the Franklin Institute, and we went to the Reading Terminal…