This post was originally just going to be about a Brioche recipe, but you know how I love to share when I find a good product.
Brody is a MASTER at dumping his milk out of his sippy cup. He is also a sippy cup addict - he is always carrying one around with him. I think I've bought almost every sippy cup on the market and they all leak. Seriously. I should own stock Munchkin. Anyway, I was at Target the other day and they had a new (at least to our store) sippy from Tommee Tippee. It was a 2 pack for $7.99, so I bought it hoping that this would be our answer. We've been using them all week, and so far, not a single drop has spilled or flung out.
Brody has seemingly made it his personal mission to do figure out how to spill the contents of this cup but to no avail. So, if you're in the market for a non-spill sippy, you might try this one out.
And as a sidenote, I am never typing the word SIPPY again because the stupid spell check on this computer keeps changing it to zippy. Oh, and sorry for the bad iPhone pic.
Now, on to the brioche.
I'm a big fan of brioche. And can you believe that no one out here sells it?! When we are in Dallas I pick up a loaf at Whole Foods. I have a bread problem. Hi, my name is Jenna and I am addicted to carbs.
It dawned on me last week that, duh, I like to make bread. I am not by any means a bread expert when it comes to baking the stuff, but what I make is always edible. So, I actually found a recipe from King Arthur Flour that I decided to try. It turned out really well, and was pretty easy, so I thought I'd share it.
Note: I followed the directions for a single round loaf. I'm using mine to make this yummy recipe.