Tasty Tuesday: Chocolate Chip Whoopie Pies

Since yesterday was my birthday, I thought I'd post one of my favorite desserts. I posted the Red Velvet Whoopie Pies around Christmas time and these are just as good!  ...more

Fluffy scones

I love a good breakfast. And even more so in the weekend. In my opinion there's no better start of my day than to take time to make something a bit more special. Luckily, there's often a 12-year old hanging around whose first question in the morning is what we are making for breakfast. So while making fluffy scones, I had some help!...more

Seven Layer Cookies

I pulled this recipe out of the archives so that I could update the pictures. To see the original post you can go here. Like I mentioned in my previous post, I absolutely love these cookies and feel they deserve another mention here on the blog. Plus it gave me an excuse to bake up a batch of these decadent cookies to have around the house....more

How to Create a Fashion Inspired Cake

The key to an original inspired fashion cake is having a keen sense of the world around us.  Nothing is insufficient from vintage craved fireplace, to the card you received on your birthday. I once found inspiration from an antique vanity. The colors that grab your attention  can easily be transposed to a cake. I find myself taking photos of unusual objects throughout the day. Fashion encompasses us, it is forever evolving, yet also... ...more

Rainbow Birthday Cupcakes

In true Misty Fashion, when my son said he wanted a goodie to take to school for his birthday, I couldn't do the ordinary store bought cupcakes or cookies that every kid does.  So I decided to do a rainbow cake.  In...more

Roast Vegetable, Ham and Cheese Crumble

 Suddenly it occurred to me, I don't have to stick with the convention of sweet, fruity crumbles, I can have a savoury version too!Preparation Time:  30 minutesCooking Time: 25 minutesIngredients for 6 to 8 Servings...more

PORTUGUESE PIZZA! EGGS AND HAM, YES I AM!

I absolutely love this pizza! I was craving it so much that I had to call my mom to get the recipe. She also gave me 2 nice tips to make the pizza even more tasty! In Brazil, we call this pizza a "Pizza Portuguesa". What a delicious fusion of flavors from the ham, onions, boiled egg, and kalamata olives! Many might be tempted to leave out one of the ingredients like the boiled egg, onions, or olives, but please don't! All these ingredients are essential, as they work together to create an amazing, savory blend!INGREDIENTS:...more