Hi everyone! Someone emailed me and asked if I had any adult drink recipes for the holidays. Absolutely! Stay tuned, tomorrow’s line up for recipes:

  • Carrot Cake w/ Cream Cheese Frosting
  • Gingerbread Cookies
  • Adult beverages, sure to warm up any party!

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Hi folks! Due to the holiday I wanted to share with all of you my view on thanksgiving. Being a chef, I LOVE thanksgiving, turkey, pie, mashed potatoes. With so much happiness around it is easy to forget what the reason for the season really is, giving. Community service has always been so important to me and my family. I have dedicated many hours to bettering my local and global community, it is something I do not take lightly. Ever since I was little I have donated a good deal of time to my hometown, local food pantry. This year I challenge everyone to give back to someplace that has given to you. Whether it be a local church, food bank, soup kitchen, etc. please consider donating time or money to places who are many people’s safe haven. Any amount or time is greatly appreciated. Stay tuned for some great holiday recipes!

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Red Velvet Cake is always a crowd pleaser! To add a little extra decoration to cake, cupcakes, sugar cookies, tarts, etc, add a chocolate garnish! This is an abstract design I put together by melting down chocolate and filling a … Continue reading

Throwback from Summer! I taught kids at Camp JYC how to make cupcakes. These are a few themes we ended with, DIRT, CAMPFIRE, SMORES, and LAKE. These were such a big hit! Love those kiddos. For more tips, tricks, advice … Continue reading

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These are my favorite cupcakes to make and many people’s favorite ones to eat as well! They are called Peanut Butter Explosion Cupcakes. Dark chocolate cake covered in fluffy peanut butter frosting and topped with chocolate ganache and peanuts. For … Continue reading

Diares Of A Bake-aholic

Hello all! Well, I am sitting in my dining room, checking all of my social media sight and I wanted to take a minute to thank everyone who has liked/ viewed/ commented on my posts. My phone has been going off like CRAZY today! You all are wonderful. I can not adequately explain how much it means to me to have support of people I have never met before. I’m so glad I get to share my recipes with such great people.

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7th Heaven Cinnamon Roll Recipe

7th Heaven Cinnamon Rolls

By: Janey Raimondi


Yield: 15 Perfect Rolls

3 (.25 ounce) packages active dry yeast

2 ½ cups warm water (105° Degrees)

1 boxed white/ yellow cake mix

4 ½ cups all-purpose flour

1/3 cups butter (softened)

¼ cups white sugar

1 Tablespoon cinnamon


In a medium sized bowl mix yeast and warm water, set aside until bubbly and frothy

In a large bowl combined cake mix and 3 cups of flour. (You will use the remaining flour later.)

Slowly add the yeast mixture to the flour mixture, stir well. (Dough hook attachment is advised.)

The dough should be sticky. Add remanding flour in ½ cup increments, mixing well after each addition.

Once all the flour is incorporated, turn dough on a well-floured table top. Knead for 5 minutes, adding flour as needed.

Place kneaded dough into a bowl with oil spray. Place in a WARM oven (not hot) for 30 minutes. (It will double)

After resting time, turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface, rolling the dough into a rectangle until it is ½ of an inch thick.

Spread softened butter and sprinkle the cinnamon/ sugar mix. Roll the dough, pinching the ends closed. Cut in 1 inch pieces and spread on a sheet tray for baking.

Place rolls back in the warm oven for an additional 30 minutes.

After the rolls have gotten done proofing, bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown.

Cover with your favorite frosting, pull apart and enjoy!

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7th Heaven Cinnoman Rolls

unnamed (9)These 7th Heaven Cinnamon Rolls are THE EASIEST cinnamon rolls you will ever make, simply because they have ONLY 7 ingredients. They far exceed anything you can buy from the freezer section at Walmart. These buns are sure to please any crowd!

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