Y2k eats: Foods that raised us and how to recreate them

The nostalgia of eating a snack from your childhood is a feeling that cannot be beat. By: Alexandra Cuoco When we were younger, everyone went grocery shopping with our parents and got to pick a snack or two to take home. Some of our favorite snacks, like Gripz, Yoplait Trix yogurt, and Hershey’s Kissables have all been discontinued, but what if you could recreate the … Continue reading Y2k eats: Foods that raised us and how to recreate them

“Cookies and Cream” pasta is an easy and elegant dish for a college student

It’s not what it looks like. By Sarah Alessandrini Something about La Fiaschetteria Pistoia made me crave red wine. Maybe it was the dim lighting, or the elegant yet cozy atmosphere, reminiscent of my grandparent’s living room, but the second I walked through the door, I no longer wanted my usual pinot grigio. A waiter set down the wooden crate of empty bottles with handwritten … Continue reading “Cookies and Cream” pasta is an easy and elegant dish for a college student

Turkey-themed Thanksgiving treats

While turkey might be the main attraction at the dinner table during Thanksgiving, every celebration needs delicious appetizers to get us started! By Lily McDonald With Thanksgiving coming up fast, here at Baked we are all ready to prepare you for a successful event filled with scrumptious food. Whether you are hosting or a guest on the big day, these delectable appetizers will have everyone … Continue reading Turkey-themed Thanksgiving treats

Thinking outside the box this Thanksgiving

Every Thanksgiving seems to follow the same dull dessert theme of pies. If you’re all pied out this year, check out this selection of fresh and festive desserts. By Erin Fell Growing up as a picky eater, the selection of only pies at Thanksgiving never appealed to me. As dessert fanatics here at Baked, we feel there needs to be a more diverse selection of … Continue reading Thinking outside the box this Thanksgiving

Fajita chicken soup: The best slow cooker meal for cold fall weather

By Maddie Roberts One of my favorite meals that my mom always makes is slow cooker fajita chicken soup. She has made it for years, and I always look forward to dinner when it is on the menu! It is full of delicious ingredients and spices that come together to create the perfect fall meal. This recipe is a staple in my house, and it … Continue reading Fajita chicken soup: The best slow cooker meal for cold fall weather

Five new ways to switch up your oatmeal

Brown sugar and Honey need a break, time to transform that daily bowl of oats with these recipes. By Veronique Wojcik Oatmeal is a great, quick go-to for college students with all the simple carbs to help you get through the morning. But even so, having the same thing everyday can get a little boring. If you find you’ve lost interest in this easy breakfast, … Continue reading Five new ways to switch up your oatmeal

How to holiday edition: Matzah granola

By Sonya Lehat Passover; the week-long holy Jewish holiday commemorating the enslaving, and eventual liberation, of the Jews in Egypt. In short, the Jewish people did have enough time for their yeast to rise in order to make bread while they were being exiled by the Egyptians. So, they took whatever they had in limited time, unrisen yeast – also known as Matzah, or Matzot … Continue reading How to holiday edition: Matzah granola