One Bowl Peaches and Cream Cake

 

Peaches and Cream Cake

Sweet, tree-ripe peaches and rich and creamy yogurt (or sour cream) are combined in this easy one-bowl Peaches and Cream Cake. Who doesn’t love a one-bowl dump-and-stir cake that’s also delicious? You can have this cake in the oven in 10 minutes or less. Read on to learn how to make this super simple, one bowl Peaches and Cream Cake (and only 8 points a slice on WW blue!)

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Mama, Faith, and her Classic Poundcake

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Mama, it’s a word that is veritably primal, one of the very first words tiny human baby mouths and brains can conjure. I am a Mama’s girl through and through. Anyone that speaks to me more than a couple of paragraphs essentially knows I love my Mama. She and I have always been very good friends. We’ve spent a lot of time together in the kitchen! She has a sweet tooth and is famous for her poundcake, French butter cookies, and peanut brittle. My love of food and cooking took root in the kitchen with Mama. (more…)

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How to Cut a Butternut Squash

How to Cut a Butternut Squash

Today I was chopping butternut squash for a recipe project for an international media brand. The assignment has been a little outside of my creative box and I’ve been thrilled how exciting it is to stretch beyond my comfort zone. That’s how we grow as professionals! While I was prepping the vegetables, we shot this video showcasing a really simple technique on how to cut hard winter squash like butternut, kabocha, and even slightly softer ones like acorn. It works with other hard winter vegetables like rutabaga and sweet potato, as well. The knife technique is all about working smarter and safer — not harder! (more…)

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