Baking 12 Things In 12 Months

One of the items on my 101 things to do in 1001 days is:

25. bake at least one thing per month for 12 months in a row, without baking the same thing two months in a row.

Despite my love of baking, this item proved to be a much bigger challenge than I thought it would. This was actually one of the items that I carried over from my first 101 list as I didn’t manage to accomplish it in the first 1001 days. And even this time, I made two attempts at it before I got it right.

#25, consider yourself checked off the list this time!

Date Baked Item
Oct 26, 2011 Skull Cupcakes
Nov 28, 2011 Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Dec 23, 2011 Snowflake CakeMeringue Snowflakes, Shortbread Cookies, Chocolate Mice
Jan 11, 2012 Dark & Stormy Cupcakes
Feb 2012 Didn’t bake anything. I think I have a pretty good excuse though.
START OVER!
March 2012 Baked brownies for Grandpa’s 89th birthyday party!
April 2012 Chocolate Chip CookiesCherry Squares
May 2012 Coffeecake
June 2012 June from hell = no baking!  START OVER!
July 2012 corn muffins
August 2012 Chocolate Chip Cookies ((Different batch than the one that blog posting links to, but same recipe!)), peanut butter squares (Rebar cookbook)
September 2012 Peach Cobbler
October 2012 Brownies1, Pumpkin Pies
November 2012 Apple Crisp
December 2012 Pumpkin Pies, Cinnamon Buns
January 2013 Brownies
February 2013 terribly bland blueberry oatmeal muffins with cream cheese inside2 – but, hey, I still baked them so they still count!
March 2013 Lemon Squares
April 2013 Frog Cupcakes
May 2013 Chocolate Fudge Oat Bars
June 2013 Pineapple Bran Muffins3

(bold indicates the item that I’m counting for my “official” baked good of the month, such that I actually baked 12 different things in the 12 months).

  1. For Kalev’s housewarming party. []
  2. They sounded good, but were SO bland! []
  3. Breakfast for the half marathon []

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