Hello, my name is Whitney and welcome to my food world.  I am a food lover and a mommy. I want to share my passion for cooking and baking.  Since the birth of my daughter I have come to realize the incredible importance of the foods we consume.  I love experimenting with recipes for my family.  With a 3 year old daughter my emphasis will be creating healthy and wholesome meals that the entire family will enjoy all while helping to develop my daughters palate.

The kitchen has always been an important part of my life and I feel that it is vital for more people to be aware of what is possible inside this beautiful room!  I hope you will join me and enjoy making a mess in the kitchen!





  1. Julie Donnan

    What a great blog!

  2. Good luck and let’s definitely share food secrets and wonders found in our kitchens. check out my blog http://www.camillecares.com and leave some thoughts.
    happy holidays….never too early!

  3. Morgan

    Great blog! I too so enjoyed experimenting with home made purees for my daughter. I love the way you combine your passions! What fun!

  4. Hi,
    I just found your blog through babble. I think I’ve found a kindred spirit!

  5. I have a 2 year old and tough time getting him to eat his veggies! So, i’m glad I found your blog! Please feel free to check out my web site Pink Junction – its a new lifestyle social network just for women – and you can share some of your recipes!

  6. What a great blog! Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes! :)

  7. Lydia

    I stumbled upon this website this afternoon… it is awesome. The recipes are so diferent and unique, I can’t wait to try them and I have just started looking!! Really enjoying looking..thanks , have a nice summer…

  8. Rana

    In the chocolate recipe in cup cake can I use butter instead of shortening
    How many tea spoon of melted chocolate I should put on the cup cake in each rounds
    Thanks hop to hear soon

    • Whitney

      I would try coconut oil because it will help the chocolate to harden a bit. I probably used 1-2 teaspoons of chocolate for each mini cup. The more you use the thicker the chocolate cup will be. Cheers!

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