Take your favorite Saturday mornings from childhood and turn it into a Saturday morning cereal milk ice cream! Fun, fruity cereal mixed in to a creamy, milk custard that tastes like your cereal at the bottom of your breakfast bowl.Continue Reading →
Chocolate Covered Pretzel Sunglasses. They’re tasty, they’re cute, and perfect for summer cookouts and birthday ideas.Continue Reading →
Stunning conversation candy hearts with a rustic color scheme. Shapes include hearts, lips, and little Eiffel Towers. For Valentine’s Day, weddings or Mother’s day.Continue Reading →
These pretty chevron print fig tarts for KitchenAid are a light dessert for any affair. Including tips on how to make a buttery tart crust and whip up a creamy marscapone filling.Continue Reading →
Whenever I get a rare second to think (millisecond is more accurate), I think to myself how much my life has changed since I became a food blogger and freelancer food writer/photographer.
For example, I don’t have much free time (in case I didn’t make myself clear). Most of my fellow career food […]Continue Reading →
I created this little project for those who have kids. This is cheap, easy, and a lot more creative than giving balloons or a box of chocolates (don’t even get me started on flowers). Make these as a project at home with the kids, or your own cute edible craft of love. I also envisioned these […]Continue Reading →
I always say it’s hectic around here at 1 Fine Cookie, so it’s no shocker that when you toss in moving across country, a massive influx of orders, new projects (more about that later), and a new home with no furniture, and a doggy with multiple complications from a surgery, I’m just about ready to […]Continue Reading →
I was contacted for Tatum and Steffen’s engagement party. Stephanie, a family friend, wanted to order something special and personal. She explained to me that the future bride loves balloons, pink, and Butterfinger.
First of all I love the fact that she likes balloons. Do you remember Jerky Boys? They sold […]Continue Reading →