Home is where your MOM is

“Home is where your Mom is” is on a cute little sign my oldest daughter gave me when she first went away to college.  I made chocolate chip cookies this week for Carrie’s final lacrosse game (because that’s a big part of my mom role!) and had them cooling on the counter in front of this little sign.  It made me smile to think of my oldest and also got me thinking about Mother’s Day and what I love about it.


My oldest daughter, Hannah, and I were super close (fortunately, we still are!) and it was difficult beyond words for me to be 9 hours away from her when she started college.  When she went away, our family moved as well.  Our “home” as we knew it was no more.  It was a time filled with change, excitement, fear and adjustment.  I’d gone through this before with my own parents and this notion of “home” being associated with a house was lost.  What I realized, through Hannah, was love = home.

Growing up, I remember making little cards and gifts for my mom but, to be honest, nothing really sticks out for me about what we did for her for Mother’s Day.  When I became a mom, Mother’s Day was a day dedicated to spending time with my daughter.  I worked in a corporate marketing job and our days and weeks were busy with early morning and late night day care runs, working nights after she went to bed, and simply doing all the other things to get by as a single mom.   When Mother’s Day rolled around, I just wanted to be still and enjoy a full day of mommy/daughter time!

I started a Mother’s Day tradition with my daughter of going to a local greenhouse to buy flowers we could plant in pots to enjoy all summer long.   She and I would go to church, then head to the greenhouse and spend the day enjoying each other and planting flowers.  It was special to us and super low key.  We looked forward to it every year!  Eleven years later, when my second daughter came along, we continued the tradition for several years.  Mother’s Day has never felt high pressure to me.  I think I’ve always looked forward to it as a day to focus on my kids and take a day to not feel guilty for just being with them and savoring the entire day.  I take my Mother’s Day over the top by having them sleep with me the night before and all of us waking up in the same bed Mother’s Day morning!

My oldest lives in another state and my youngest is almost 13.  This Mother’s Day will be spent working on a big school project and that’s fine with me.  We’ll Facetime with Hannah, my mom, my mother-in-law and my stepmom throughout the day and soak in all the feelings of home.  Connecting, sharing stories from our week and seeing each other laugh and feel all the happy!

Being a mom is my favorite role.  It certainly has its fair share of the 3 Fs:  frustration, fatigue and failure.  Thankfully, it’s mostly full of joy, pride and love that I never knew before.  It’s the role in my life that fills me the most and causes me the most worry.  I adore my girls and love our close connection to each other.  I’m their biggest fan and love them more than they can ever know.  I always want to feel like home to them no matter how far apart we are or what day of the year it is.

For all the moms who are expecting, have newborns, toddlers, teens, kids in college, or kids who’ve become adults and left home to start their own lives, I wish you a Mother’s Day full of what makes you feel good! For all the moms who’ve experienced loss and find yourselves sad on this day, my hope for you is that you can surround yourself with people who love you and make you feel good because we all deserve that.   For all the people who are fortunate to have a mom around, I hope you find a feeling of home when you see or talk with her.

A Mother’s Day packed with dedicated time and love (and maybe cookies) is a day that sounds amazing to me!  Feel free to share your Mother’s Day traditions or, if it’s different every year, I’d love to hear all about it!

From the heart,


Hola! (and a pie recipe)

This weekend is full of opportunities to get in the kitchen and make something!  Derby Day AND Cinco de Mayo.  Bourbon AND tequila.  YES!  I was hoping to make a new Derby Day dessert but our week was busy with school and extracurricular activities.  Saturday morning was super hectic; Carrie had voice lessons then a theatre performance so there just wasn’t time.  Plus, it hasn’t stopped raining and I’m not even going to get started on what that does to my energy.

I’m not a hard-core, gotta celebrate Cinco de Mayo kind of person.  However, any chance to eat tacos, chips, salsa and guac is good enough reason for me to join in the festivities!  We’re planning to make tacos and have all the fixins.  Recently, I’ve been passing on the tortillas and making taco bowls using cauliflower rice as the base and topping it with all the good stuff.  I know, cauliflower is everywhere but it’s so good as a taco bowl base and adds a boost of healthy.  For dessert, it’s key lime pie and I’m not adding any cauliflower!

I am adding something new to my tried and true recipe.  A few weeks ago, I was talking with my friend Linda (Linda’s Other Life).  She and her family made key lime pie for Easter.  She told me her daughter-in-law added macadamia nuts to the crust.  Well, that certainly got my attention, so I added them to my graham cracker crust.  That’s one of the things I love about food, it truly connects us.  I feel more connected to Linda and her family by simply adding nuts to a crust.  It also gave me a way to slightly enhance my pie!


I made my key lime pie this morning.  I’m including the recipe below and am attempting some step by step photos.  Again, it was raining and the lighting was not ideal.  Who cares?  It’s pie, it’s fun and I can’t wait for dessert time! Also, none of this is about perfection, it’s about doing something enjoyable.

This pie is so simple and, to be honest, I never made one until a couple years ago.  I was always afraid of it.  I found a couple of recipes online and it seemed simple, so I tried it.  Happy day for me!  Simple ingredients and quick preparation.


Start with the crust.  Again, I’m adding chopped macadamia nuts to the graham cracker crumbs (thanks to Linda’s tip).  I gave them a rough chop because I want to see and taste them.  Combine the graham cracker crumbs with the nuts, sugar and melted unsalted butter and press into a pie dish.

While that’s baking, make the filling.  I start with beautiful, local egg yolks and lime zest.  Most of the time, I try to make all the ingredients for what I’m making.  Key lime pie really needs sweetened condensed milk and I just buy it.  If you can find key limes, then squeeze away!  I used a combination of key lime and regular lime juice.  Whip it all up and pour into the partially baked crust and bake a little longer to set it. Side note: see those pieces of macadamia nuts in the crust? I can’t wait!

When it cools a little, top it with whipped cream.  I start with a frozen bowl then whip heavy cream, a little sugar and vanilla until it’s thick.  You may like a little whipped cream on top so you can see the beautiful pie filling come through.  Personally, I like to have the whipped cream in every bite, so I pile it on!  It’s such a nice flavor with the tartness of the filling.

You can top it however you wish!  Get creative and let your key lime juices flow!  This pie is easy, delicious and always a crowd pleaser!  It’s perfect for Cinco de Mayo and any other day of the year.


If you make it, please let me know how it turns out and if you have any other ideas to make it unique!  Adios!

From the heart,

Key Lime Pie with Macadamia Nut Graham Cracker Crust
Serves 6-8 people and takes about an hour to prep and bake then another couple hours in the fridge. It’s creamy, tart and that crunchy crust is divine. I’ve also made this in a sheet pan and cut into squares for larger crowds.  However you make it, have fun!

7 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup coarsely chopped macadamia nuts
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon sea salt

1 tablespoon lime zest
3 egg yolks
1 can (14 oz.) sweetened and condensed milk
3/4 cup lime juice (can be key limes, regular limes or the bottled key lime juice)

Whipped Cream
1 cup heavy whipping cream
3 tablespoons sugar (more if you want it sweeter)
splash of vanilla

1. Preheat oven to 350°F
2. Melt butter and chop macadamia nuts
3. Combine graham cracker crumbs, nuts, sugar, salt and butter in a bowl.
4. Put mixture in a 9-inch pie dish and press down with your hands and up the sides of the dish
5. Bake for 10 minutes

While cooling, make the filling
1. Mix egg yolks and lime zest with a mixer for 2 minutes
2. Add sweetened and condensed milk and mix for 3-4 minutes until thickened
3. Add lime juice and combine well
4. Pour mixture into pie crust and bake for 15 minutes until set
5. Let pie cool at room temp for about 30 minutes then place in fridge

Make the whipped cream (almost there!)
1. Whip cream, sugar and vanilla until nice and thick in a bowl that has been placed in the freezer
2. Once it’s the thickness you prefer, taste it for sweetness.  You can also add a dollop to your coffee while you’re finishing up the pie…just an idea!
3. Top key lime filling with whipped cream, sliced limes, lime zest and store in the fridge until ready to serve Enjoy!

Fresh Start

Change is good.  I think.  No, it isn’t.  It can be good.  It can also be difficult.  I’ve made a lot of changes over the past couple years.  My family has as well.  The world around us has changed, we’ve changed and life changed.  Many of you have gone through changes and the magnitude of some of those has been great.  Days come and go and sometimes life’s events can enhance or take away our joy.  Today’s post is about sharing a little of my personal side and a fresh start.

As many of you know, Floured Apron was a big part of my life.  I poured my heart and soul into it and I loved it.  I loved it when I was exhausted, trying something new, messing up, doing well and every moment in between.  That journey took me to many unexpected places and events and I’ve made some incredible friends along the way.  That being said, I felt pretty lousy the day I watched Rosie leave, while Carrie sobbed in her room for hours.  It was something she was such a part of as well.  It hurt the day I told everyone we were making changes and I wouldn’t be selling baked goods any longer. People were kind and told me “good luck.”  All that time I spent building something, just to have it quickly go away.  The truth is, it hurt and it left me feeling lost.  I also felt like I failed.  I didn’t fail, I made choices.  They were definitely the right ones!  I knew in my mind and heart that I wasn’t a failure but I also knew I wasn’t the same.  My priorities, at that moment in time, were the right ones and I looked forward.

I tried to move on.  For goodness sake, it’s cupcakes and a camper.  Geez.  I got involved at Carrie’s new school and focused my life on other things.  Our new house has a small kitchen with an older oven.  I didn’t feel inspired or motivated to bake.  Sometimes a batch of cookies, a cake or pan of brownies would be made for family and friends.  Most of the time, they’d burn or cook unevenly.  I’d say, “I’m just not going to bake.”  Well, the not baking part made me a little grouchy!

Something in me was missing.  It was you and it was baking which was my outlet for love and creativity.  I missed baking for people and seeing them (YOU) every Saturday morning in the beautiful dew covered Howe Meadow or at weddings and graduation parties or at other markets like, Wildroots.  The smiles on faces and stories I got to hear.  Going to visit the other vendors and learn about their weeks. Spending time with Carrie and watching her make connections that fulfilled her–and me. I hold all of those moments and memories close to my heart and wouldn’t trade them for the world! It was a privilege and a dream job.

When we moved, I thought I had to give it all up.  It just seemed easier to walk away.  It wasn’t. The feelings I had didn’t keep me from living life and doing all the things I needed to do.  I just took a strange approach to “leaving” Floured Apron and didn’t take time to think about how I’d feel without it. If it couldn’t be the way I wanted, I’d just not have it.  I’ve always had a vision and a dream for how I want it to look someday.  I realized one night that I can still share my passion and love of food and baking AND I can do it through Floured Apron!  This doesn’t sound like a big revelation.  It’s baking.  Who cares?  What’s the big deal?  Well, it doesn’t matter how big or small something is, if it positively impacts our lives.  If it moves you, do it.  If it brings a tad bit of joy to your heart, do it.  If it makes you feel more complete, do it.  It doesn’t have to be perfect and Instagram photo worthy.  Life is real and we only get one life. There’s enough bad going on in the world and even when we feel these small joys and pleasures don’t matter much, let me tell you, they do.  Let’s all find a little something that makes us feel good.  Something that brings back our spark.  Think about a time you did something you loved.  Imagine incorporating that back into your life. I will tell you that since I’ve decided to write and share baking again, my mood has improved and my heart feels more full.  You should try it!

I’ve decided to get back to simple and get back to my mission when I started Floured Apron.  I want to BAKE PEOPLE HAPPY–including myself!  Find your happy place, friends!  In the meantime, I’ll share a little of my world with you and be here to encourage you along the way!

From the heart,

Week 4: Exceeding our goal AND a sneak peek at Rosie!

Hello!  Wow!  At this exact minute, Kickstarter site shows 40 hours remain on our campaign.  Yikes!  We did it, everyone!  I’m so excited and overwhelmed and can’t wait to get out there and bake my heart away!  Our progress went quickly and all the support and words of encouragement have made this such an amazing experience!

  IMG_0417   Progress Halfway   Progress 75  Progress 100


Today, I went to visit Noah at American Vintage Camper.  I have been dying to see Rosie and want to share all the details with you!  I didn’t really know what to expect but I’m happy with where she is and the plans for the next couple weeks!  Noah told me she will get her beautiful black and white floor tiles today and he’s ready to start covering the exterior and she’ll head to the painter late next week.  I am in the process of ordering all the equipment so Noah can install all the good stuff!  We are really rolling!

This is Noah, the master builder! (sorry it’s a little blurry)


Here’s Rosie!  This is the service window side.

IMG_0661I had to climb in and get my picture!  Oh my gosh, so amazing!  This will be super fun!


Here’s a view of the other side.  We’ll have a little door on this side.


Here’s one more from a different angle of that side.

IMG_0670Seriously, how cute is she?  I can’t wait to see the next phase and share it with you!  I’ll be putting together all the Kickstarter reward info and thank you pages over the next week along with finalizing details for community events I want to be part of. I am so happy you are part of this, thank you!

From the heart, Shannon

We did it (on wonderful timing, too)!

Progress 100

If you didn’t hear the big SCREAM last night at 10:45 then you are just finding out that WE HIT OUR GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is incredible!! Thank you for all you’ve done to make this happen! We are truly blessed to have so many generous and kind people in our lives! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

Want to hear something really neat?  If you watched our video or if you’ve read our story, you know my grandma was a big influence in my life.  Well, today would have been her birthday!  What a way to pay tribute to someone who touched so many with her cooking and baking!  This dream is about to become a reality and it’s all because of you!  I’m truly touched!

The campaign will stay active until our end date of 3/22/15. Please keep sharing and let’s see how far we can go!

Floured Apron Kickstarter

From the heart, Shannon

New reward level and incentive added!

Pink campers cropped FB post

We made a slight change to the apron giveaway!  We’ve made a new reward level for a LIMITED EDITION apron!

We’ve connected with a local seamstress who is custom making some adorable aprons for us! We’re really excited to wear them the first day we introduce Rosie to our community!

Our goal is just within reach!

Thank you for your support and please keep sharing–we’re almost there!!!   From the heart, Shannon

Floured Apron Kickstarter Campaign

Week 2: Beyond amazing + Rosie’s sweet name!

Progress 75

It’s the end of week 2 and we are 89% funded!  See our pan filling up?  I am so excited!  No, I’m WAY past excited!   This has been a magnificent ride!

I am surprised every time I see a new backer.  It’s remarkable that many of the backers are people I know, people I haven’t seen for many years and some are people I haven’t met.  What continues to blow me away are the number of generous, kind hearts out there and it’s an incredible feeling to be part of this Floured Apron family!  It’s not just the financial generosity.  It’s everything from the sweet texts, Facebook and email messages to people I run into and give me a hug and say, “I’m behind you–this is so neat!” to all those who’ve given their hard-earned money.  I will NEVER forget this feeling as long as I live.  It’s difficult to put into words.  Please know I’m touched and enlightened by every single piece of this adventure.   Okay, enough sappy stuff…let’s move on…

Rosie.  I’ve been asked many times how we came up with that name.  She just looks like a Rosie, doesn’t she?

Rosie Drawing 3

During the initial discussions with the craftsmen at American Vintage Camper, I mostly talked about what I wanted to do with the camper and what style I was fond of.  I was crystal clear on the design and size and function.  It wasn’t until I stood inside a model of one that I realized the camper was so much more than a hunk of wood and metal. 

I gave my new friend at AVC a check, we shook hands and he began building.  I got in my car and started the 2 hour drive home.  I was full of excitement and fear and every emotion in between!  It dawned on me that this camper would be part of our family (totally crazy!).  As I drove, I realized I wanted a better name than “this camper bakery thing”.  I thought and thought and thought.  I had a few ideas and then the name Rosie came to me.  It had some meaning, so I held onto it for a bit to make sure that was the best name.  I wanted to get this right. 

We are big Cincinnati Reds baseball fans and Rosie Red, one of the mascots, has been a long time favorite!  We have baseball caps adorned with her stylish autograph, we seek her out at games to say hi and grab a hug and just think she’s super classy and really fun!  I mean, look at that cute skirt, those eyelashes and that big smile!  Love her!

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                Han and Carrie     Carrie and Kassie at the game

The roses on our logo were intentionally part of the design.  We love roses for several reasons.


To pay tribute to our Cincinnati roots and the meaning and fondness for roses, Rosie seemed like the BEST NAME EVER!  It’s sort of retro, it’s cheerful and lighthearted.  All good things. 

I ran the idea past the Floured Apron leadership team (Casey, Hannah and Carrie) and they were on board immediately! It was unanimous that our new family member would definitely be named Rosie!  YAY!

I can feel myself beam every time I say her name!  Try it…Rosie!  You have to say it quickly with a little pep in your voice…Rosie!  I bet you’re smiling!

Until Rosie is up and rolling, let’s keep making progress to our funding goal!  Thank you, again, for your unconditional support and please keep sharing!  Here’s the link.  Let’s make the next 15 days count!

Floured Apron Kickstarter Campaign

From the heart, Shannon

Week 2 (almost): AMAZING!

Progress Halfway

What an AMAZING week!  We are 57% to our goal (a little ahead of the two week mark)!

In the last update I shared so many kind words from many of our backers.  This week I’d like to share a private message I received from one of our new backers:

“More than happy to back floured apron I didn’t get to tell you but your frosting is the only frosting I’ve ever had that tastes like my grandmas, which made me really happy. Super corny but I jut wanted you to know!!  I was honestly so excited and taken aback, sure do miss her! I had the blueberry lemon and I can’t remember what the other white one was I think raspberry in the middle! “

This captures the true essence of what I love about baking and why I am so excited to get out there and share with as many people as I can!

Bake people happy…Rosie can’t get here soon enough!

Thanks to all of you for your support!  I know we can reach our goal!  Please keep sharing and please know your generosity means the world to me!   xoxo

From the heart, Shannon

Week 1: Happy Campers!

Rosie Drawing 3

Today marks one week since we launched our Kickstarter project.  We are 31% funded!  Woo hoo!  If you had told me a week ago that I’d spend every single day in tears, I wouldn’t believe it.  Happy tears.  Tears of gratitude.  Tears of tremendous joy.  Thank you is not enough!

Friends and family and people I don’t yet know have touched me this week in many ways.  I am going to share what is probably too much info.  What the heck?  We are all human and I find life to be one big learning opportunity so, here goes. 

Since moving my oldest daughter to college in North Carolina and, immediately after, moving the rest of us from Cincinnati to NE Ohio, I have struggled.  I felt lost and alone and wondered what my purpose was in this world.  I had feelings of sadness that I wasn’t prepared for.  We faced many challenges moving into our house, I missed my daughter terribly and I had no idea how to restart my baking business in an area where I didn’t really know anyone.   All of that coupled with trying to adjust to not working at the corporate job I’d had for my entire adult life, left me confused and, for the first time in my life, not certain about anything.

That was a little over a year ago and those first several months were filled with many not so happy tears.  My plan was to establish and run Floured Apron in our new location.  Unfortunately, I had no idea how hard it would be to start over!  Fortunately, all the things I was trying that weren’t working, lead me to ideas that I hoped would work. 

I realized I’d have to approach the model very differently than the home based model I was doing in Cincinnati.  So, I picked up some courage and got out there.  I introduced myself to people and shared my baked goods.  One connection quickly lead to three more and, before I knew it, I was starting to envision a plan.  

The plan was that I had to get the business out of my home and into the community.  Storefront?  Food truck?  I spent weeks researching and analyzing all the options.  I was looking at food trucks online and found a picture of a camper that was renovated into a darling camper that was used to sell baked goods.  My obsession began!  I knew I had to have one and that it was the perfect way to share Floured Apron with others!  I wanted it but had no idea how to get it since money was already tight.

I agonized over the decision to build a camper/mobile bakery thing.  That decision meant I’d need to make a significant financial commitment.  I had feelings of guilt and was full of turmoil inside.  How could I do this?  How can I justify us not taking another vacation or saying no to doing things we want to do, just to focus on my business?  I, me, mine…It wasn’t just about ME and MY business.  The work and development of Floured Apron was a family effort.  This wasn’t just my dream.  It was our dream and what I realized was we all took joy from the business we built. How amazing would it be for two young girls watch their mom do something different?  Take a risk and pursue a dream.  Fail.  Succeed.  Many valuable lessons could be learned from this endeavor.  This hard decision would impact all of us and all of us were excited and proud to move ahead!

Once I decided I had to take this next step or I’d need to give up on Floured Apron once and for all, I prayed and spent weeks mapping out all the pros and cons.  Many things happened over this time.  I’m being completely honest with you, I received multiple, random signs that I had to chase my dream.  It was as if someone was following me around telling me to do this.  I was seeing vintage campers everywhere and I wasn’t even looking!  I saw them on greeting cards, wallets, key chains, posters.  I was at a shoe store in the check out line and there was a pair of socks with campers on them just staring at me (now, I own them!).  Okay, I got it, let’s do this! 


I pulled the trigger and drove to meet with Noah at American Vintage Camper near Columbus and handed him a check, shook his hand and took a big deep breath.  

From that moment, I have constantly second guessed myself.  After last Friday, the second guessing has completely gone away.  I know this is my path and this is one of the many purposes I have on this earth.  I didn’t launch Kickstarter to get compliments and wonderful things said about me; that was not the objective.  I wanted to raise more money and generate awareness for the business. 

I had no idea that I’d get something much more important and meaningful in return. 

At this one week mark, I thought it would be great to share all the fantastic things people have said.  The many prayers I prayed and the outpouring of encouragement are what dreams are made of.  Dreams are wonderful but they are also difficult.  It takes a tremendous amount of courage and passion to do something that feels so right but presents you with many obstacles and loads of stress.  I now understand why people give up.  They don’t give up because they are failures or losers.  They give up because life is hard and it will knock you down.  People can be mean and their negative words or lack of compassion and help can destroy those dreams.  People can also be giving, kind and unselfish and can make your dreams come true.  That’s what is happening for me.  I’m blessed, I’m touched and I’m completely in awe of the generosity and love so many have shown.  I am privileged to follow this path.

If I fall on my face, I will do so with a big smile!  I can’t thank you enough for showing me that people are good and they want goodness in this world.  I promise I will spend every minute with Rosie sharing the kindness you have so graciously shared with me.  Check out all the lovely words that have been shared with me via Facebook, texts and emails.  If you’re so inclined, share something nice with someone.  I’m living proof that kind words and actions can truly transform a heart and soul.

From the heart, Shannon

I’m excited for you to realize your dreams.  It’s ok to be scared and to be nervous…I know I was back when and even still today.  Just keep believing in yourself.  You’ll have 1001 obstacles…each challenging your commitment to your dream.  Stay steadfast in your approach and desire to win and you can overcome all of them.  Leverage mentors during this process.  They are incredible assets.  You’ll do this!

You are very welcome!  I love seeing your posts and I am a big fan of your business.  Good luck Shannon and thanks for the note! I hope the family is well.

Shannon was such a huge part of my life when I was younger, and this is my way of saying “thank you” for being such an inspiration, to me and one of my good friends Hannah.  Shannon and Hannah taught me kindness, happiness, and invited me into their mother/daughter love. I am truly greatful for both of them! Good luck Floured Apron!

GREAT JOB Shannon Brooks Keibler!! So excited for my Sister-in-law!! Everything she makes melts in you mouth. Please share and support her NEW ADVENTURE!!

“Bake you happy.” I love it! I love you and I love Rosie! So cute. I love the video.

Shannon…..such exciting news! So happy for you. I miss your delicious cupcakes….they are amazing.

Please check out my cousin Shannon Brooks Keibler’s Kickstarter for her bakery going mobile! Not just because she’s my cousin but she makes some of the most amazing Baked Goods I’ve ever eaten.

I am so proud of you!  You have followed your dreams, you are so inspiring and I love you all so much!

could not be more excited for Shannon Brooks Keibler! She is an incredibly talented baker and everything she makes is divine! Couldn’t think of a better person to help reach their goals and dreams!!! Excited to see how Rosie comes to life! Check out her Kickstarter video here.

Check out my sister-in-law’s campaign! I’m so proud of you, Shannon!

Working with Shannon has been a great learning experience and opportunity for me.  So glad to finally see her KickStarter for Rosie the mobile bakery. Check out her amazing story and make a donation to a local business with big dreams for 2015!

So happy to support Shannon as she takes her dream to the next level!  Can’t wait to see pictures of your bakery, camper style!

I am so excited for my friend Shannon! Please watch AND share AND donate!!

I’m so excited for you Shannon!!! I wish you could be mobile in Cincy. We miss you guys…& your delicious treats!

Good luck!

Congrats to you Shannon! I know this is such hard work. Good luck with Rosie!

Loved your video good things come to those who work hard and have love in their heart

I LOVE that video!!!  It’s amazing.  what a totally wonderful, one-of-a-kind idea!  honestly, that video is charmed.  way to go shannon!

Great video..all I want is a cinnamon roll right now.

Awesome story. Best wishes for your business may you find health, much fun and prosperity!

Just read it…how fun is that?! Good for you!

 This is awesome Shannon!  I am excited for you.

Blessings on your endeavor Shannon

Love it!! Will you make a trip back to cincy with Rosie? 

Yay!!! this is so awesome!!!

We want to support your business!  So happy to help my friend!

Floured Apron is going mobile!

You may have heard the news!  We are taking our home based business to the next level this spring!

Meet Rosie (pictured below), our vintage inspired mobile bakery and the newest member of the Floured Apron family.  Now we can share more of what we love with the community we love!  We are so excited!

In the meantime, we are trying to secure additional funding for the equipment we need.  We hope you’ll consider helping us get Rosie to her full potential. 

All the details are available here:   Kickstarter

Share it with EVERYONE and, most importantly, come see us this spring!  Stay tuned for updates on Rosie’s progress and her grand introduction.

From the heart,


Rosie Drawing 3