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Not really a baker?
There's no shame in that — even Rach admits that baking isn’t her thing!
But just because you're not whipping up cakes, cookies and brownies on the regular doesn't mean you couldn't be -- especially with the help of our friend (and treat expert!) Sarah Michelle Gellar.
The “Buffy” actress stopped by to show us the latest seasonal flavors in her line of yummy, organic baking mixes, named Foodstirs: snickerdoodle blondies, pumpkin spice pancakes and chocolate chip pumpkin bread.
The mom of two -- to Charlotte, 8, and Rocky, 5 (who, she said, are dressing up as Elizabeth Schuyler and Optimus Prime, respectively, this Halloween!) -- walked one of our self-proclaimed “baking challenged” viewers through the process of making her easy snickerdoodle blondies. And indeed, it was just as simple as promised!
The only additional ingredients needed? Butter and eggs. Boom!
And look how they turned out:
Not too shabby, eh?