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A few things I plan to bake now that Whole30 is finally over


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And just like that, I can welcome legumes, dairy, sugar, alcohol and bread back into my life one by one. I’m beyond excited to bust out my Kitchenaid and get the sugar, butter and flour flowing once again. Come back next week for my thoughts on Whole30, but until then, here are some of the desserts I’m most excited to bake.

Salted chocolate chunk cookies from Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen. No recipe round-up is complete without a shoutout to Deb!

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Corgi chai cookies from Adrianna of A Cozy Kitchen. Might have to add the double decker tacos to this list too because what’s better than a taco? A taco wrapped in a taco!


Peanut butter chocolate chunk bars with with salted caramel drizzle by Lily of Kale and Caramel. Just looking at these makes me drool all over my computer.


Homemade funfetti cake with chocolate frosting from Michelle of Hummingbird High. I love stumbling upon the early days of a successful food blog. I clicked this recipe from the recipe index and what I found was an honest account of moving to a new city, desserts turning out all wrong, and encouragement to keep on keeping on!


Lavender vanilla bean sugar cookies by Kate of The Wood and Spoon. And if you haven’t yet seen her stop motion videos on Instagram, definitely check em out!

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DIY box of chocolates from Christina Lane of Dessert for Two. Walking by all of the Valentine’s Day candy this past month was no easy feat. If I make this box of chocolates, it’s almost like I didn’t miss out on the holiday at all!


p.s. You can’t tell in the above photo, but I cropped out my Whole30 cookbook. I highly recommend buying it if you’re thinking of giving it a go!


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