Author Archives: Lisa Du Bois Low

About Lisa Du Bois Low

Digital Fanatic; High Ed Web developer and SM Community Manager; Crisis Communications Student; Google Analytics Addict.

Healthy, GF and Delish: Baked Oatmeal Muffins

I’m *trying* to eat a little healthier this summer and I searched for something not-too-sweet to make with oats and apples. I love oatmeal, but it’s just too heavy for a summer breakfast. Inspired by baked oatmeal, I put my … Continue reading

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Sour Cream Chocolate Cupcakes

Chocolate soothes my soul. I was craving something chocolately and decadent but didn’t feel like leaving the house, so, naturally, I baked. These were simple to make and the perfect balance of rich, dark, chocolate and cream cheese frosting. Enjoy! … Continue reading

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Citrus Pound Cake

As usual, I woke up this morning craving something sweet. Sunday mornings are MADE for baking. And, as usual, I didn’t exactly have all the ingredients for a lemon cake. So this is my lemon cake hack! It turned out … Continue reading

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Le Madeleines (Finally)

Last year, my post-holiday bargain shopping score included two Il Mulino Madeleine pans, one light and one dark. I had a hunch that at $7 each, they were a steal. Heavy, non-stick commercial grade pans. I intended to try my … Continue reading

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Bittersweet Chocolate Lava Cakes

A dear friend of mine is recovering from thyroid surgery and I wanted to make her something that would be easy to eat. This recipe was super easy and portable. Although I intended to bake it in the mini canning … Continue reading

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Monkeying with Monkey Bread

Cooking for two is hard. More leftovers than anyone can possibly stand and I hate to see food go to waste! This morning I tried cutting a traditional monkey break recipe in half and baking it in a muffin tin. … Continue reading

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The (World’s) Greatest Banana Bread

No, I’m not bragging. That was the name of the recipe I pulled off the internet on March 24, 2002. Wow. Was there even an internet back then? I probably searched on Alta Vista. It came from a site called … Continue reading

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