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Cassie is the recipe developer, food photographer and writer behind the blog Bake Your Day. Bake Your Day is all about Cassie’s love for food, for people, and for life, especially living well through food. For Cassie, that means creating simple, wholesome meals and always leaving room for dessert.
Apple Spice Muffin Mix
Apple Spice Muffins
Asian Fish Cakes with Homemade Teriyaki Sauce
Brown Butter Bourbon Spice Cookies
Chocolate Brownies with Zucchini & Sea Salt
Confetti Poke Cake
Cranberry Orange Blondies
Crockpot Brown Sugar Bourbon Chicken Sliders with Sweet Bourbon Glaze
Grilled Elvis Breakfast Sandwich
Heart Shaped Frosted Shortbread Cookies
Homemade Cheddar Crackers
Meyer Lemon Blueberry Muffins
My grandmother always made butterscotch pie and this one took me right back to her kitchen. The filling was so smooth and rich and incredibly simple to put together. I used a graham cracker crust but this would be wonderful in a traditional pie shell as well.
This could very-well be my new go-to chocolate cake recipe. I loved not having to use my stand mixer for this cake. It came together so well and the touch of cinnamon is like the cherry on top. I loved this cake!
The candy crackers are a great mix of sweet and salty. The caramel is very easy to make and the recipe came together very quickly and simply.
I have been a big fan of buttermilk pie for a while and this was fairly simple to put together. It baked beautifully and although the individual slices weren't very pretty, it tasted wonderful. The nutmeg is a great spice in the background.
I was thoroughly surprised by how much I liked this pie. It set up beautifully in the oven and the macadamia nuts were a great compliment to the deep chocolate flavor. The pie shell is very simple, too, although I used about double the water as called for in the recipe to get it to come together.
I really loved the simplicity of this snack cake. The apples, cinnamon and crumb topping are great. This cake would be great for a breakfast or brunch but should be eaten the day it's made. It was very moist and tender the first day but was much more dry the second day.
Caramel + apple is one of my favorite flavor combinations and it was great in this pie. Using a refrigerator pie crust made it even easier to put together! I love the look of a \"rustic\" pie.
This cake was so moist and flavorful. The method of steeping tea in milk is brilliant and gave the pumpkin cake a wonderful spice. The frosting, too, is fabulous. I loved the way the brown butter complimented the pumpkin spice cake and the kids at youth group devoured this cake!
If you like chocolate-covered-cherries, you will love these muffins. They are so moist and full of fruit flavor with the cranberries and chocolate and the almond extract adds a little extra flavor. Very simple recipe!