Category Archive: Recipes

Gooey Butter Cake Recipe

By Magda Ellis Gooey Butter cake is a staple in the city of St. Louis. Whenever I come over to St. Louis every couple of years, I make gooey butter cake with my… Continue reading

Any-Time-of-the-Year Four Layer Bars

By Charlotte Wasserman These bars are my new go-to for an easy, homemade treat! They’re perfect for a big group because you will still have some left over for your own private stash.… Continue reading

Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

By: Ellie Banbury As Thanksgiving is approaching, it’s time to think about some of our favorite foods to put on the dinner table this year. I know my favorite Thanksgiving treat is pie,… Continue reading

Quick and Easy Overnight Breakfast Recipes

By. Harleigh Markowitz Mornings are chaotic for all students, particularly HB students with our insane schedules and hours and hours of homework each night. According to the Huffington Post, approximately 31 million Americans skip… Continue reading

Apple Chips Recipe

By: Hannah Ryan Ingredients   Apples   Cinnamon Recipe  Preheat oven to 225˚    Cut your desired number of apples in half.    Use a kitchen mandolin to slice the apples thin. Use the hand… Continue reading

Maple Sugar Cookie Recipe

By: Hannah Ryan Ingredients ·      1 cup butter      1 cup sugar      3 cups flour      2 tablespoons of baking powder      1 cup of maple syrup      2 eggs Recipe 1. Preheat your oven to 375°… Continue reading

New Must-Have Thanksgiving Dishes

by Alexis Chauvette With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, now is the time to strategically plan the menu. Turkey, mashed potatoes, and gravy will most likely make an appearance on your dinner table, but if… Continue reading

Amateur Hour: Recipes You Can Make in Under an Hour

by Raea Palmieri Welcome to Amateur Hour with Raea Palmieri, a place to find easy and fun recipes that you can make in under an hour! (Due to lack of editing ability and… Continue reading

How to Make the Perfect Macaroon

by Farah Sayed The French macaron, often confused with the coconut “macaroon,” originated in the 1500s. Although this simple cookie is composed of sugar, egg whites, and almond, it’s one of the most… Continue reading

Fall Recipes

By Emma Borrow Now that it is officially fall, there is not better way to kick off the season than by baking! There truly is nothing better than watching the leaves change color… Continue reading