Beat the winter tomato blues with The Country Contessa‘s brilliant side dish: Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs. These Roma tomatoes, coated in parmesan and herbs, are sure to win over even the most picky eater.

Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs // @rballard501 for @speckledpalate

We’re kicking off a month of guest posts with a recipe from my friend, Rachel, aka The Country Contessa. I asked her a long time ago if she’d be down for writing a post for me when the baby came along, and she’s come through with this brilliant dish that makes me, the most wishy-washy tomato eater, want to give them a try. So, without further ado, here’s Rachel!

Do you know what tomatoes in winter are like?

They don’t fall too far on the disappointment scale from the time I bought The Neverending Story for my kids a few years ago.

I thought back to the awesomeness of that movie. I remembered how I watched it — rapt with joy when that flying dog thing took that boy (what was his name?) soaring over the bullies. I cried when Atreyu watched his horse sink. I wanted my kids to feel it too.

Until I watched it again. And man. It was as bad as a winter tomato.

Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs // @rballard501 for @speckledpalate

Did you know that dragon’s mouth doesn’t even move with the words?

Yeah — okay — so it had been a “couple” of decades since that movie ranked high on my awesomeness scale. Apparently, I needed to get my 6-year-old self out of the house more.

Needless to say, the idea I had in my mind of what was once totally magical was really a great big old flop. Ask any 30-something adult today if they loved that movie, and I’d guarantee at least 99.9% will say yes followed by some sort of dreamy-eyed look and a sigh. Then you should get them to watch it again. Sad. I say just leave those happy memories intact and let the kids make new ones. Why mess with a good thing? My Neverending Story love is toast. Poof.

Bad movie, bad tomato (Can I really connect these? Watch me!)

Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs // @rballard501 for @speckledpalate

So that’s about how disappointing a winter tomato can be. It looks good from the outside until you get it home and try it — and wow. It’s pretty flavorless. So how do you make a bad thing better? In this case, you roast it.

Being a farmer, there’s nothing better in a Kentucky summer than a big heirloom tomato straight from the vine. That flavor is unbeatable. In winter, we don’t have that option, and when I’m craving a tasty tomato, I do one of two things: I fill up on tiny grape tomatoes (they’re better than nothing) or I roast up some larger ones so their flavors will concentrate and I trick myself into making it till summer gives me something better.

But you won’t have to work hard to trick yourself with these tasty, easy roasted tomatoes with parmesan and herbs. My first bite made me think I was a lot closer to summer because even these ho-hum tomatoes were juicy and totally flavorful right from the oven. My kids even ate a few and declared them “delicious”.

For the best results, try to use Roma tomatoes. They are the oval-shaped ones, about 3 or 4 inches long. Roma’s have a thicker skin and pulp and less seeds and liquid inside and in my opinion are better for roasting. Just give them a slight squeeze over a bowl before loading them with toppings to remove any extra seeds.

You can serve these with just about any main dish. They are best when eaten warm and go great with fish, baked chicken, or just about any other meat. Add a side of quinoa or couscous and you’re good to go.

Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs
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Serves: 4 servings
  • 4 medium Roma tomatoes, washed and sliced in half lengthwise
  • ¾ cup shaved Parmesan cheese (none of that powdered stuff in the can if you can help it)
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • ½ teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • ¼ teaspoon garlic powder (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
  2. Working with one half of a tomato at a time, turn the tomato over and give it a gentle squeeze to remove just a few of the seeds and wet pulp.
  3. Transfer to a baking dish, cast iron skillet or rimmed baking dish, cut side up.
  4. Sprinkle each tomato with salt and pepper.
  5. In a small bowl, mix the cheese, oil, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, and parsley.
  6. Place about 1 -1 ½ tablespoons of the cheese mixture on each tomato.
  7. Bake until just softened and juicy and the cheese is melted, about 12-14 minutes or so. To brown the tops, place the tomatoes under the broiler for a minute if necessary.


Oven Roasted Tomatoes with Parmesan and Herbs // @rballard501 for @speckledpalate


Rachel Ballard


Rachel Ballard is a farmer and professional food photographer located in Central Kentucky. Her food blog, The Country Contessa, features traditional recipes with familiar flavors for beginner and accomplished home cooks with a slice of humorous country life thrown in. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.

  • Kelly @ Hidden Fruits and VeggiesMarch 4, 2015 - 10:22 am

    First guest post is a winner! Somehow, I always crave tomatoes in the winter more than the summer (maybe because they taste like summer and I’m cold?). These sound perfect + delicious + cheesy, everything I want my vegetables to be.ReplyCancel

Pregnancy Update: 40 Weeks // @speckledpalate

Well, we’re officially past my due date.

There is still no baby. (As of Sunday evening, when this post was scheduled.)

The countdown is on for this girl to arrive… by her own volition or by induction on March 8.

Want to hear more about my last month of pregnancy?

Let’s do this thing!

Pregnancy Update: 40 Weeks // The Speckled PalateHopefully my last weekly belly photos, taken this past weekend!

How far along? 40 weeks, 2 days.

How big is baby? According to What to Expect, Lady Baby is the size of a watermelon. Which is freakin’ huge.

Total weight gain: ~38 lbs

Updates? Nesting is officially underway. The nursery is completely finished. (Heck, we’ve even done work in other rooms, too!) All Lady Baby’s clothes are washed and ready to go, too.

Symptoms? I look and feel pregnant. Need I say more?

Pregnancy Update: 40 Weeks // @speckledpalate

Last Sunday, I wrapped up pre-baby cooking and put a ton of meals in the freezer for when we’re too tired to cook for ourselves. The menu includes Sweet Potato Bisque, Chicken and Zucchini Enchiladas, Simple Red Sauce (with pasta!), Chicken Pot Pie and more!

Missing… Feeling like myself. I’ve felt so lucky this entire pregnancy and am thrilled that it’s gone so well with my body… but I miss being able to sleep on my stomach and bending over without getting a stomachache, among other non-pregnancy things I never thought I’d miss.

Feeling… All things considered, I’m feeling well. Sure, there are days where I feel better than others, but I can’t complain.

Exercise? I don’t know if our walks would count as “exercise” at this point since it takes me so long to waddle around the block, but Lu, Lady Baby and I are still walking… slowly.

Sleep? It’s hit or miss. Some nights, I sleep through without an issue. Other nights, I’m up 4-5 times and have trouble going back to sleep… so I’ve been doing more late night reading.

Pregnancy Update: 40 Weeks // The Speckled Palate

One of our gorgeous maternity photos by Jenny McCann. I’m seriously so in love with them, and I printed several for our home and Lady Baby’s nursery.

Movement? Baby girl knows how to move… and she’s got more of a schedule these days. I can expect for her to break it down when I’m lying in bed at night, as well as early in the morning when I wake up. She also enjoys the post-lunch hour and moves a ton as she gets her fill of whatever I ate.

Food cravings? Sweets. Strawberries. Salads that feature fruit and really good dressing. White grape juice.

Aversions? Eggs. Spearmint. And that’s about it.

Pregnancy Update: 40 Weeks // @speckledpalate

The most swoon-worthy roses, sent to Lady Baby and me for Valentine’s Day. I can’t stop looking at them!

Anxious about… When labor will happen. I’m trusting my body will know what it needs to do when it needs to be done… and hopefully, it will get to work sometime soon.

Excited about… Meeting our girl, holding her in my arms and getting to spend all the quality time with her, as well as seeing her with our friends and families.

What I’m loving… I’m trying to cherish these last days of pregnancy and taking it as easy as possible. Pampering myself.

What I’m looking forward to… Is it bad if I say, “Getting this show on the road?” Because all this waiting around is k-i-l-l-i-n-g me!

And that’s all I got for y’all today. Come back Wednesday to get started on the fabulous guest posts I’ve got lined up for this month!

Interested in following along? Here are all of my pregnancy updates to date: 20 weeks | 25 Weeks | 29 Weeks | 32 Weeks | 36 Weeks | 40 Weeks

  • Savita @ ChefDeHomeMarch 2, 2015 - 8:59 am

    First, I can’t wait to hear about arrival of your baby girl! Plus, look at the amount of food you have cooked! Kudos! Erin. Stay blessed, I’m checking back again, soon, for good news!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:20 pm

      Thanks so much, Savita! I hope I’ve got good news to share with everyone soon! :DReplyCancel

  • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 9:33 am

    I love all the pregnancy meal prep you did! That is wonderful (and very smart). I’ll keep my fingers crossed for Lady Baby to make her entrance asap!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:21 pm

      Thanks, Erin! I figured since I had the time to do it and the energy, I’d feel better about having a freezer full of meals! Hopefully, she’s just fashionably late, haha, and will arrive soon-ish!ReplyCancel

  • nonsequiturchicaMarch 2, 2015 - 10:21 am

    Looking great! You only have a few days left- Lady Baby will be here before you know it!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:22 pm

      Thanks so much! She really will be, one way or the other!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly @ Hidden Fruits and VeggiesMarch 2, 2015 - 10:41 am

    Prepping a bunch of meals in advance is a brilliant idea! It’s almost Monday afternoon now, so hopefully your wait is almost over :)ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:27 pm

      Not gonna lie: I was SO happy I had the chance to make all those meals. I know we’ll enjoy them after the baby arrives… and I hope you’re right about the wait not being too much longer!ReplyCancel

  • CherylMarch 2, 2015 - 11:47 am

    Love all your meals you’re prepping! We really need to do that but um our freezer is already packed?! I guess we’ll do a big purge! You are way on top of things girl! Oh and eggs… the grossest!!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:37 pm

      Thanks so much, Cheryl! Our freezer was already packed, and I ended up cleaning it out and using a lot of the ingredients I had in there to create dishes. (Random thrown-together butternut squash lasagna since we had a TON of frozen butternut squash and spinach? Yup.) Y’all have more than enough time… so you’ll be fine! And thank you! Glad you agree on the eggs. They really are gross, huh?ReplyCancel

      • CherylMarch 3, 2015 - 9:39 am

        The irony is that Bradley class asks us to eat two a day. A DAY, Eric. A DAY. The only time that ever happens is if I’m jamming on some french toast or like, eating an especially large amount of mayo-rich foods. The model of health I amReplyCancel

        • ErinMarch 3, 2015 - 1:27 pm

          Girl, fried chicken has been one of my favorite meals during pregnancy. As has chicken salad. You gotta do what you gotta do… and sometimes, it’s not all healthy, no matter how much you want and try for it to be.ReplyCancel

  • Erin GuffeyMarch 2, 2015 - 1:47 pm

    Erin- you are seriously my hero…pre-made frozen meals? You are just fabulous! Can’t wait to hear about and see Lady Baby when she arrives ;)..Sending love from Chicago!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:43 pm

      Ha! Thanks, Erin! You’re too sweet. The pre-made frozen meals seemed like a good idea (don’t let anyone tell you nesting isn’t a thing because OMG, it’s ridiculous). We can’t wait for her arrival, either, and we will certainly let you and everyone know! Sending love right back from Dallas!ReplyCancel

  • Traci | Vanilla And BeanMarch 3, 2015 - 12:01 am

    Loved seeing pictures of you, ready to go with Lady Baby. It sounds like you’re living in the moment, taking one day at a time and pampering yourself (aside from that amazing spread of food you whipped up!). Wishing you all the best for a smooth delivery and transition! Looking forward to seeing your sweet baby girl!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 4, 2015 - 6:05 am

      Thanks, Traci! Trying to enjoy every moment and pamper myself so that whenever she arrives, I’ll be well-rested and ready to take on this new role. I appreciate it — we’re looking forward to seeing her, too! Hopefully, not much longer.ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen R.March 3, 2015 - 7:47 am

    Congrats! I’m 32 weeks pregnant and I need to get going on freezer meals! Hope everything goes well :)ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 4, 2015 - 6:06 am

      Thank you, Kathleen! Congratulations to you, too! Not much longer for you… and I really hope you get a chance to do the freezer meals. I thought I wouldn’t have time, but I’m still waiting, so more freezer meals are being made, haha.ReplyCancel

  • Justine | Cooking and BeerMarch 3, 2015 - 2:59 pm

    You are just cute as a little button, Erin! I will certainly be thinking about you and keep stocking that fridge with white grape juice! xoxoReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 4, 2015 - 6:08 am

      Well, thank you so much, Justine! I appreciate the thoughts, and I will absolutely keep my fridge stocked with that white grape juice. It’s just soooooo good. ;)ReplyCancel

Y’all should know that I’m having a baby any day now. My due date is actually Sunday, and I’ll be sharing my final monthly pregnancy update on Monday, so get excited for that.

It’s kind of crazy.

I’m stupid excited and cannot wait to meet our little girl, as well as settle into being a mom.

The thing is… I don’t want The Speckled Palate to fall off the map while I take some time to bond with our newest family member, as well as settle into this new normal. So I’ve asked some of my friends to help me out during the month March.

You’ll find the month of March keeps with my usual posting schedule of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. I’ll be sharing my own recipes on Mondays (pre-scheduled, of course), and then posts from my fellow food bloggers will appear on Wednesdays and Fridays.

March 2015 Guest Bloggers for The Speckled Palate

I’ll be featuring new, gorgeous recipes from The Country Contessa, Hidden Fruits and Veggies, Feast + West, Laura’s Mess, Phampants, The Frosted Vegan, The Wetherills Say I Do40 Aprons and The Crumby Cupcake.

I’m so thankful for these friends of mine, and I’m so excited to share their dishes with y’all! Here’s to an amazing month, and I’ll be back here again (hopefully!) full-time when we flip our calendars to April.

  • Madison | Wetherills Say I DoFebruary 27, 2015 - 12:56 pm

    I can’t wait to hear about your little girl! I am so excited for you. Also can’t wait to read these fabulous guest posts!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:50 pm

      Thanks so much, Madison! We’re so excited, too, and I can’t wait to share these guest posts. All the fun starts Wednesday! Ah!ReplyCancel

In October, I started a new feature to share some of favorite things. I’m continuing this new tradition today with another list of stuff I’m digging.

To recap, I’m sharing my version of a potluck, as defined by Merriam-Webster.

the regular meal available to a guest for whom no special preparations have been made… a communal meal to which people bring food to share —usually used attributively <a potluck supper>; whatever is offered or available in given circumstances or at a given time.

Every month, I’m listing some of my favorite things. While they might not appear to be a traditional “meal,” I want to provide some different and interesting stuff (products/entertainment/links/etc.) I’ve recently loved in the hopes that y’all will enjoy them, too.

Fair warning: These are basically all pregnancy-related things because that’s currently taking over my brain, as my due date is this weekend. (!!!)

Here are some things I adored during the month of February.

The Potluck: February 2015 // The Speckled Palate

Please note that some of the links listed below are affiliate links, meaning if you were to make a purchase through one of these links, I would receive a small commission.  Thanks for your support of The Speckled Palate!

1. Kindle Paperwhite 3G: I’ve been dealing with pregnancy insomnia these days, and this Kindle with a built-in light has been a lifesaver for those nights I cannot sleep. Instead of lying in bed and unsuccessfully counting sheep, I read a little bit until my brain settles, and I can fall back asleep. It works quite nicely, and it guarantees I won’t wake my husband or dog while awake in the wee hours of the morning.

2. Friends and family members constantly checking in: I know some people get annoyed at the end of pregnancy when they’re continually asked by various folks in their life about if the baby has arrived… but I seem to be one of those women who actually enjoys the questions. I love that I’m receiving e-mails and texts from friends and family members daily, simply checking in with me. It’s fun catching up, and I’m excited for the time I can tell them, “Yes!” to the question, “Are you in labor?” or “Will there be a baby anytime soon?” (Though there will be a baby soon, one way or another. My induction date is set for March 9th, so we’re hoping I go into labor naturally sometime soon!)

3. Hot Chocolate: I’ve been drinking a ton of this these days, no matter if it’s hot or cold outside. There’s something so comforting about a nice hot chocolate, and I consider it a treat that I thoroughly enjoy indulging in every once in a while. From Starbucks to homemade, it’s all good.

4. Dark Chocolate-Covered Almonds: It’s kind of embarrassing how quickly I can tear through a pound of these decadent treats. But clearly, I’m not embarrassed enough to omit these goodies from this list…

5. Strawberries: They’re a recent craving, and OH MY GOODNESS, y’all. I could eat them all day every day. Luckily, my grocery marked them down to $0.99 per pint (as opposed to $2.99 a pop), and I purchased several, much to the amusement of my husband. I figure there was way worse things for me to be digging these days, right? Right.

6. Sirens: Winston and I binged on the first season on Netflix two weekends ago, and the second season is currently airing on USA. This series, about a pair of EMT best friends and their unit in Chicago, was super easy to get into, and it’s hilarious. If you’re looking for something lighthearted to get into and don’t mind some dirty jokes, I highly suggest checking this series out.

7. The Kathleen Turner Series by Tiffany Snow: It’s billed as a “romantic suspense” series, though I found it to be more suspense than romance… and thoroughly enjoyed it! These books reminded me of early Stephanie Plum novels, which were some of my favorite easy reads, and I tore through the first five books in the series in the span of two weeks. I’m trying to ration out the final two… though I don’t see them lasting long, either.

What did you love in the month of February?

Curious about other things I’ve loved? Check out my previous potlucks: October 2014 | November 2014 | December 2014 | January 2015 | February 2015

  • Saidah @ApronsAndStilletos.comFebruary 25, 2015 - 9:31 am

    I am a huge fan of strawberries. I tried growing them once, but it’s hard, so when they are $0.99 a lb. I stock up on them. Love your potluck!!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:56 pm

      You and me both, Saidah! I’ve tried growing them, too, without any luck, so I stock up on them when they’re on sale, as well. So good! Thanks for stopping by!ReplyCancel

  • KalleeFebruary 25, 2015 - 9:59 am

    I love chocolate covered Almonds!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 4:59 pm

      You and me both, Kallee. They’re SO good!ReplyCancel

  • Logan CanFebruary 25, 2015 - 10:06 am

    I do love me some hot chocolate! In any form it comes in! haha Strawberries have also been a recent craving of mine. Really, just fruit in general.ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:02 pm

      Hot chocolate is pretty awesome, huh? I’ll take it in any form, too. And your fruit craving is great! I was so pleased when I realized I loved strawberries as much as I do at this point in pregnancy, and I think it’s a win since fruit is way better for me (and baby) than cookies, which I’ve also been craving. Haha.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly @ Hidden Fruits and VeggiesFebruary 25, 2015 - 11:12 am

    I’ve seen ads for Sirens but wasn’t sure if I could get into it — I’ll have to give it a try! Josh is currently really into Psych, but it puts me to sleep so we need something other than X-files to watch together on Netflix.ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:03 pm

      If you try it out, let me know what you think! Winston and I are very much the same way — we watch super different shows — so it was fun to find one we both have enjoyed!ReplyCancel

  • Savita @ ChefDeHomeFebruary 25, 2015 - 1:39 pm

    I’m huge fan of chocolate covered almonds and strawberries!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:04 pm

      They’re both pretty wonderful, Savita!ReplyCancel

  • Justine | Cooking and BeerFebruary 25, 2015 - 1:54 pm

    I totally love this and you are soooo close, Erin! I will totally be thinking about you girl. I am obsessed with my paperwhite. I use it multiple times a day and I think it’s just genius that it doesn’t hurt your eyes/head! Love it. xoReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:05 pm

      Thanks so much, Justine! I appreciate the thoughts. :) I’m so glad you love your Paperwhite as much as I love mine. It’s brilliant… and I’m so, so, so thankful my husband surprised me with it two years ago because I never thought I’d want to read on a Kindle.ReplyCancel

  • LaraFebruary 25, 2015 - 9:00 pm

    I can tear up some dark chocolate almonds. Scratch that I’ll tear up some dark chocolate in general. I’m obsessed. I did my thesis on the health benefits of dark chocolate. I’m a nerd and foodie at heart!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:13 pm

      You and me both, Lara! Dark chocolate is the BEST, and I love that you did your thesis on the benefits of dark chocolate! (That means it’s totally a health food, right? HA!)ReplyCancel

  • alyssaFebruary 26, 2015 - 1:08 am

    Hahaha I had so much hot chocolate at the end of my pregnancy! I think there’s a rule somewhere dictating mamas of winter babies must drink tons of hot chocolate!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:15 pm

      I’m glad that hot chocolate near the end of pregnancy seems to be a thing with a lot of folks I’ve spoken with… and it’s just so good. I mean, how could we NOT enjoy it all at this point? Winter mama’s (and soon-to-be-mama’s!) unite!ReplyCancel

  • Erica @ The Crumby CupcakeFebruary 26, 2015 - 6:56 am

    LOVE all of the foods. Eat the strawberries and almonds together, then wash it down with hot cocoa! LOL texture palooza!! I’m crazy, idk. I’m so excited to hear the good news and see all the pictures of Lady Baby when she arrives!! You better bring something electronic to the hospital – I expect Instagram baby face! <3ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:21 pm

      I’m glad you’re loving all these foods, too. They’re really all quite wonderful, ya know? And I’d totally eat them together, too, so there’s that. Thank you! We’re so excited to welcome Lady Baby, and we can’t wait for her… so hopefully, it won’t be much longer. This mama-to-be is starting to get antsy!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea @ Chocolate & Sea SaltFebruary 26, 2015 - 8:49 pm

    I love that you are due this weekend! Are you so excited? I’m due March 10th and am getting pretty ready – although super nervous, too! Enjoy these last few days of pregnancy :). OH and I’m pretty sure I need your Vanilla Hot Chocolate in my life STAT. I’ll be on that asap… :)ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:23 pm

      Thanks, Andrea! I’m super excited to meet our girl… and I cannot wait for her to arrive, whenever that is! I’m so excited that you’re due around this time, too! Sending you positive thoughts and hoping that your nervousness fades away as you make your final preparations to meet your sweet baby!ReplyCancel

Vanilla Hot Chocolate

I’ve been drinking hot chocolate like a boss for the last few months since coffee no longer is palatable to me. I’m also drinking it today because, well, Dallas is under a Winter Storm Warning, and this mama-to-be needs something to warm her up as sleet and ice fall from the sky.

I don’t really know what the deal is, but I’ve been thoroughly enjoying changing up my hot chocolate game, drinking it at favorite coffee shops and trying various recipes at home when I feel like tinkering.

Enter this delicious Vanilla Hot Chocolate. It’s a simple substitute to your normal mix, but it makes all the difference… and who doesn’t love vanilla sugar?

Interested in whipping up this super simple and decadent wintertime drink for yourself? Head on over to My Cooking Spot for my recipe!

  • Savita @ ChefDeHomeFebruary 24, 2015 - 3:38 pm

    Today is chocolate day!! for sure! I love hot chocolate, specially on a cold winter day… snuggle and watch tv :) Erin, great share! I’m making it soon!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:29 pm

      Chocolate day sounds like the best day… Can we make that every day? I love hot chocolate for the very same reason, and I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I have!ReplyCancel

  • Julie @ Julie's Eats & TreatsFebruary 25, 2015 - 10:20 pm

    Mmmm I love warming up to hot chocolate! This looks awesome!ReplyCancel

    • ErinMarch 2, 2015 - 5:31 pm

      Hot chocolate really is the best for warming up in the wintertime! This rendition is pretty awesome, too! I totally recommend it. :)ReplyCancel