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Hi there! I’m Bethany, a college student who loves cooking, crafting, and taking photos of my endeavors.  When I’m not hanging out in the tiny kitchenette of my residence hall, you might find me studying chemistry (I’m a nutrition major), jogging in the neighborhood, browsing recipes, or eating and then writing Yelp reviews. I guess you could say that pretty much anything food-related is exciting to me.

Why Bethany Creates?

Bethany Creates is a creative outlet for me to experiment with recipes, especially “healthfiying” them. It’s a way for me to de-stress and also tell the world about the goodies I make for my perpetually hungry friends. On this blog, I’ll cover a variety of cuisines and types of dishes from savory to sweet to salty to umami. When I go off to college in a few years, this will be is my recipe journal.

I’ll also blog about whatever crafty things I do, whether it be made with my sewing machine, knitting and crochet needles, or my robust colored paper supply.

If you wish to contact me, please shoot me an email at bethanycreates1@gmail.com

You can follow me on Instagram for frequent updates on what I’m currently cooking and eating.

Please say hello, comment, and enjoy your time here!


I’ve put a lot of time into creating the posts on my blog, including the photos and the text. Please kindly provide a link if you would like to share my content on another blog. Thank you in advance! 


2 thoughts on “About

    1. Thank you so much, Jhuls! This is such a pleasant surprise. I absolutely love how you make an effort to connect bloggers. I’m working on the post right now 🙂

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