The Tri Factor

dessert

Peanut Butter Puppy Cakes

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I don’t have a puppy of my own but we had a puppy party at work recently so I decided to make it extra special by coming up with a recipe for puppy cakes. Some research went into figuring out what ingredients were safe for dogs to eat and digest, hence why I selected items […] Read more…

Pas-Tri-es — Cherry Tri Cupcakes

Cherry Cupcake Featured

These Cherry Tri Cupcakes are really delicious. The best part about making cupcakes (and cooking in general) is that once you get a general recipe down, with a few easy adjustments you can have 10 more recipes in your repertoire. This is the same recipe as my champagne cupcakes but I switched out the champagne […] Read more…

Pas-Tri-es — Tri-ple Berry Champagne Cupcakes

Champagne Cupcakes ready to be packed

These champagne cupcakes look and taste fancy, but they’re super easy to make (trust me). I came up with this recipe when I needed to use up some leftover champagne from the night before. The champagne makes the cupcakes insanely moist and I use egg whites in the batter to make them extra light. And […] Read more…

Pas-Tri-es — Strawberry Bounce Cupcakes

One of my all-time favorite desserts is Red Velvet Cake. But the worst part about knowing more of what goes into your food is that you can’t bear to eat your childhood favorite foods anymore. Who wants to eat a bunch of chemical food colorings? BLEH. So I’ve done my research and figured out that […] Read more…

Tri-ple Picks — My 3 favorite things this week

Lupicia Tea Packets. Lupicia has been like Teavanna’s edgy sister. Same quality ingredients but the flavors just POP 10x more. Not that I could ever fully replace coffee with tea. But I’ve been drinking it more and more as I’ve gotten older. If you TFFs have never tried loose-leaf steeping, trust me, it’ll change your […] Read more…

Pan-Tri Essentials — Tangerine bomb

I love citrus. Every house I’ve grown up in we’ve had a tangerine tree, so I have a particular affinity for tangerines. They’re like an orange’s sassier cousin. They add so much color and tang to everything I add them to and have a certain bite that’s missing from other citrus fruits. Especially when you […] Read more…