Craft Room Tour

Kelly's Craft Room

Now that we’ve got all of our furniture assembled and our shipment from London unpacked I wanted to share my new craft room. It’s not 100% for “crafting” but more of a blogging/reading/crafting/couponing/napping room but that’s too much of a mouthful. I’ve heard the word “Mom Cave” recently but I don’t have any kids so that’s not really appropriate either. It’s a home office but with a feminine touch that reflects my style.


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Homemade Chocolate Pudding

This recipe for homemade chocolate pudding totally blows the store bought stuff out of the water. It’s just so good, creamy and comforting. It has a nice deep chocolate flavor too. I ate this entire batch of pudding by myself. I ate the entire mug above in the photo in one sitting. I just couldn’t stop myself.


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Vegan Coconut Pudding
The day I went to Puddin’ NYC Alex wasn’t feeling that great and decided to stay at home. My friend ordered their vegan pudding and let me have a taste. It was flavorful, creamy and not overly sweet. It made me immediately think of Alex because he loves dessert but not tooth achingly sweet desserts. It’s also not often that he can have anything when I drag him along to bakeries. When I called and asked him if he wanted me to bring him some home he said no. He must have really felt unwell to turn down dessert.


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This started off as a post about Clio Goodman’s Puddin’, but the more I wrote, the more it ended up being a post about how awesome pudding is. I have to thank Clio for that. Before, I was only meh about pudding. Years of pudding cups in my lunch bag as a kid had burned me out on the stuff. Clio is a trained pastry chef that studied at the Culinary Institute of America. Working as a private chef she made pudding for a client and ended up later making him her business partner in her NYC Puddin’ bar.


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Salted Caramel Macaroons

Salted Caramel Macaroons

This is the second recipe that I made from The Macaroon Bible. I made this right after we moved into our new house. I had my Kitchenaid and one baking sheet and that’s about it. I had to wait about two months for the rest of our stuff to arrive by boat. I hate getting used to a new oven. Our oven in London was a sleek giant German one (massive compared to the average British one). The oven in the new house is a regular electric GE one.


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