One Year & A Chocolate Cake

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And so, The Sunlit Kitchen turns one today. It’s been an unbelievable and incredible year, and I honestly, couldn’t be more happy that I’ve started blogging. Through blogging, I’ve grown so much and am happy to have found a new outlet for my love for food and photography. Thanks to all of you who have been here since the very beginning and of course, all of you who found this tiny space later on. There are big changes coming, and I hope you’ll stick around for year two! Onto the cake — it’s simple, yet fit for a special occasion, which I love.
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Cinnamon Loaf

IMG_3749 It’s been quiet around here lately. After a whirlwind of testing and deadlines, it felt incredibly refreshing to begin baking again. This loaf is not quite a cinnamon bread — rather, I’d say it’s part cake and part bread, but nonetheless delicious. It’s a wonderfully simple recipe to make and great to have on hand when you’re craving something homemade and sweet.

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Fruit Galettes

IMG_3176 Fruit galettes are kind of perfect. They’re adaptable to every season — apples and pears for fall and winter, peaches and plums for summer, and a berry mixture for spring. This time, I made them with apples I had on hand. The crust is flaky and buttery, just as it should be. Apricots and cherries, peaches and nectarines, blackberries and raspberries — the possibilities are endless.
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Cinnamon Rolls

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cinnamon rolls

In all honesty, I’m not much of a breakfast person. School mornings are always a rush. I usually only have enough time to have a few bites before rushing out the door. However, I do enjoy making breakfast when I can — bread especially. It’s always so rewarding to take a bite out of freshly-baked, homemade bread and each time, I wonder why I don’t make it more often.
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