Conway admits that she loves cooking and has for quite a while. “I remember cooking with my great grandmother when I was four,” shared Conway. “I would always stand on a stool in her kitchen to help her stir and do anything else that she would allow me to do.”
Conway also recalled cooking with her mom growing up and shared that she continues to admire her mom’s cooking skills. “If I could be like any cook, I would be like my mom,” claimed Conway. “She is the type of person that can throw a bunch of stuff together and it would turn out perfect every time! She doesn’t even use measuring cups!”
Conway says she loves to cook because she loves seeing everyone’s reaction. “My family is always really honest with me,” shared Conway. “I’m always asking them ‘what do you think?’ or ‘what can I do better?’”.
Conway’s drive for success has paid off when it comes to her baking skills. “My Brown Sugar Pound Cake Cupcakes are so versatile,” she says. “I can take them anywhere and I never have any leftover to take home!” Those cupcakes are just one of her many proud achievements. Conway gets the same results from the many other desserts she bakes. “I love bringing something to an event and there is always a big fuss,” shared Conway. “When someone asks who made it, I can proudly say it was me.”
When Chloe isn’t at college, work, or in the kitchen, she enjoys spending her time with her two younger sisters and the rest of her family. Conway also mentioned that she enjoys running, reading, and attending concerts.
Today, Conway is sharing her special recipes of Brown Sugar Pound Cake Cupcakes and Oreo Balls.
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