Done with Baking... for now.

On Tuesday, I delivered my last orders before Christmas, and it felt so good! I had a really busy and good holiday season in terms of business. It definitely exceeded my baking expectations.
After making and baking:
  • Over 220 empanadas

  • 650 (give or take) cookies 


  • And over 350 cake pops
I packaged, shipped, delivered and sold all my baked goods...




So it was finally time for me to bake (again) for pleasure! It's not that I stopped enjoying it... but it's nice to bake different things here and there. So I figured i could make some good stuff for Christmas morning. I made these mini pistachio poppy seed muffins and some good old banana bread. The pistachio poppy recipe, I got from my friend Victoria (baker and founder of Sweetie Pies Brooklyn). It's really simple and delicious...


 There are three ways of making things taste delicious (choose wisely):
  1. Put hot sauce 
  2. Or - Add poppy seeds
  3. Enjoy it with people you love (yes, cheesy but true)
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I also want to thank everyone who reads this... last Saturday at the Greenpoint Food market, a bunch of people came to say hi, and told me they read my blog. I have to admit that it felt a little weird that they knew  me, but it was awesome! It made me really happy to know there are readers out there. Thank you (really, thank you)!
Happy Holidays everyone everywhere!!




    2 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    you baked and packed everything at home?? These are fantastic!!! - kyusoo

    Kyusoo said...

    hey can you tell me how to keep the baked muffins nice and fresh without being so greasy?? if there is a way... maybe I should decrease the amount of the butter i put in? ;)

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