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Bree studied as an undergraduate at College of Charleston, graduating with a BS in Elementary Education. She received her nutrition training and certification from Bauman College. Bree is the founder of bakedbree.com and was named a Top 100 Food Blogger. She is a regular contributor to Simple As That. Her work has been featured on Oprah.com, Pinhole Press, Martha Stewart Weddings, Apartment Therapy, Parents.com, Yogalife, Philadelphia Magazine, Babble, and The Huffington Post.
3D Ornament Cookies
Apple Cheddar Pecan Bread
Apple Pound Cake with Rum Glaze
Baked Carrot Cake Doughnut
Banana Cream Pie with Coconut and Lime
Black Forest Trifle
Blackberry and Blueberry Pandowdy
Blueberry Thyme Lemon Jam
Bunny and Chick Cup Cones
Candied Pretzel Sticks
A fun twist on the carrot cake and the whoopie pie. These were really fun to make and were even better to eat.
I am a HUGE apple crisp fan, and I loved this recipe. The apples create a sticky sauce underneath the topping and I could eat this every day.
This syrup makes a refreshing sparkling lemonade. I used sparkling water and lots of ice. It is a great drink.
These were really easy to make, and so much healthier than the store bought variety. You can use other berries for variety too. Blueberries would be delicious.
This is a much easier way to make baked apples. I like that the apples stay more crisp than the traditional method and adding toppings is really fun and interactive.
So good! So easy to make! Perfect for the holidays or a shower. You can make them any color you like to fit your occasion.
I thought that creme brulee was hard to make until I made this recipe. Not hard at all, and I love the cherry on top to add some texture. A great recipe.
This fudge recipe is so easy, and unbelievably good. Going to make it again in all white for Christmas.