Pound Cake, Sugar Cookies, and Popovers… oh my!

Except for the fact that I don’t have a picture of the popovers…


But more on that later.

I know it has been a looooooooooooooooooooooo[insert as many o's as you like]ng time since my last blog post. Like usual, I’ve been baking but just haven’t had the time to actually sit down and blog about it.

See below for evidentiary support on the aforementioned statement:

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[My boyfriend's grandmother's Pound Cake with Cream Cheese Icing]

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[Almond Butter Sugar Cookies - trust me when I say you won't be able to make just one batch!]

And to attempt [Read: force myself for the sake of those who enjoy the holiday] to get into the Valentine’s Day spirit, I used my cute little heart-shaped cookie cutters and new sprinkles from Target to create these!

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Note: Target rocks my world when it comes to sprinkles for baking. Each new holiday comes with coordinating sprinkles! (And they keep for a long time too!)

Enough about baking.

<3 Who has a sweet lovey-dovey story they would like to share to help Pint-Size Baker get into the Valentine’s Day spirit??? <3

<3How did you meet your signifcant other? OR What has been your best Valentine’s day thus far? <3

Looking forward to reading all of your sweet stories!

P.S. Why can’t adults partake in the buying Valentine’s for everyone in class gig? We would really benefit from it too.

P.P.S. There is no picture of the popovers because they didn’t necessarily “pop-over” like they were supposed to. Will post photos and a real blog on the next try.

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