The whipped cream maker: A kitchen must-have
It is always exciting to try making something typically store bought by yourself. So why not give whipped cream a try? By Izzy Giacoppo When you have guests over, you typically want to make an effort to impress them. Maybe it is through a new, fancy, high-tech Bluetooth speaker that plays the perfect dinner tunes. Perhaps you just got a stunning, new dishware set. However, … Continue reading The whipped cream maker: A kitchen must-have
Savory sandwich recipes for your busy college life
We’ve got you covered with a range of delicious and efficient sandwich recipes that are delicious, surprisingly convenient for before classes, and overall perfect for the springtime. By Caroline Weinberg Sandwiches have always been the “it girl” of lunchtime food. You just cannot go wrong. While sandwiches are a go-to for many, no one can deny that the same old recipes can get old and … Continue reading Savory sandwich recipes for your busy college life
A new spin on baked clams from an old family recipe
Looking for a new appetizer? Give faux baked clams a try! It may be hard to imagine what a faux baked clam might taste like, but we promise that it is nothing but pure goodness. By Izzy Giacoppo Baked clams have always been one of my favorite appetizers. When my mom first told me about my grandfather’s faux baked clams, I have to admit I … Continue reading A new spin on baked clams from an old family recipe
Top five refreshing mocktails for spring
A perfect spring day isn’t complete without a drink. By Andie Vigliotti What is spring to you? To us here at Baked Magazine, spring themed drinks are the perfect complement to warm weather. Picture it now: You are walking outside soaking up the warm embrace of sunshine, knowing that winter has finally ended and spring is upon us. These five mocktails will have you ready … Continue reading Top five refreshing mocktails for spring
The rise of matcha
Is Matcha the college students’ new coffee? By Olivia Stockmeyer Throughout childhood, we’re often told that we will grow up to like caffeine. This remains true for many students who rely on caffeine. But according to recent social media trends, college students are seeing a rise in Matcha and a decline in coffee consumption. Matcha’s popularity has recently increased with support from public figures such … Continue reading The rise of matcha
Is cauliflower the new meat?
Cauliflower is proving to be a versatile and delicious alternative to meat, showing us that plant-based options can be just as satisfying and nutritious as their animal-based counterparts. By Olivia Stockmeyer Move over meat; there’s a new star in town—cauliflower! That’s right. This humble vegetable is taking the culinary world by storm and becoming a go-to ingredient for those looking to cut down on their … Continue reading Is cauliflower the new meat?
Social media takes a stand against diet culture
How the body positive movement is combating toxic dieting. By Maddie Roberts The diet and weight loss industry is one of the biggest players in the global market. In a 2021 report, the global weight loss industry market was valued at $224.27 million US dollars. Diet culture, defined by body image researcher Nadia Craddock, is “a set of social expectations telling us that there’s one … Continue reading Social media takes a stand against diet culture