Brooklyn Baking Party

When I was invited to participate in my friend Alexia's baking party, I was conflicted. I've never been one to bake, and since I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia 14 years ago, I've managed to control the little sweet tooth I have. That being said, I still wanted to visit, so I offered to come by with my camera and watch everyone else bake. In all honesty, I walked away feeling slightly inspired and wound up making a vegan chocolate cake when I got home. Since I wasn't occupied baking at the baking party, I took some nice photos to document it instead. Image This is the result of a great tutorial Alexia found on Pinterst for Mason Jar air fresheners.


Image Alexia's kitten, Penny, was fixed yesterday.

Image Even though I haven't any room or use for it, I'm slightly jealous of her gorgeous grey Kitchenaid.

Image With four baking projects happening in one room, Ashley made space on the old fashioned radiator.



Image Alexia demonstrates why she should have floured her hand first.

Image Pumpkin scone batter. Image

Image Adorable herb garden on Alexia's ledge.

Image Robin takes out her pumpkin muffins.

Image Cranberry pumpkin muffins!

Image Jackson is all about them.

Image Beth shows off Ashley's no-cook freezer banana sandwiches.

ImagePenny relaxes in the sunset.