Chocolate Milk Shooter

I love blogging.


It has really become one of my true passions.

I love that it makes me feel so free. I love that it lets me (pretend to) be creative. I love that it allows me to be sortakindamaybesmallkine funny. I love that it gives me an excuse to develop recipes for and make tons of baked goods. I love that it’s helping me slowly learn how to take better pictures. I love that it gives me the opportunity to virtually meet people around the world. I love that I can share all the other stuff I love with anyone who cares to read about it.

Like my obsession with Doctor Who.

Or my crazy love affair with Paris. The city in France, not the hotel heiress.

Or the reasons why I have permanent knots in my shoulders but whom I love to death, my girls, Thalia Grace and Amara Jain.

I also really love that blogging can inspire people. Here are some blogs that totally inspire me.

How Sweet It Is

Oh Happy Day

What’s Gaby Cooking

Matt Bites


The Pioneer Woman

Parenting. Illustrated with Crappy Pictures.

Spoon Fork Bacon

Design Mom

Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

There are TONS of other blogs that I absolutely adore. I’ll be sure to let you know what they are some time in the future.

For now, how about a grown up drink that’s got chocolate syrup in it?


I heart Baileys® .

And it’s perfectly okay to have one (or two or three) of these at lunch time.

What blogs inspire you? 

Chocolate Milk Shooter


1 oz. (2 tablespoons) milk

¼ oz. (1 ½ teaspoons) Bailey’s® Irish Cream

½ teaspoon chocolate syrup


In a shot glass, combine all ingredients and stir well. If desired, pour into miniature martini glass.

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