Cooking Light Magazine Feature

Join us in celebrating a new press feature in Cooking Light. Our Rollings of Cinnamon IceMilk apron was featured in their Editors Dozen story.

Magazine Feature: Cooking Light

We are so excited to be featured in this month’s Cooking Light magazine as a pick for The Editor’s Dozen!  A great cooking and entertaining magazine, CL offers delicious & healthy recipes, travel tips, and information on fun new products.  Whether you have this month’s issue in your home or pick it up at the grocery store, check out page 23 in this month’s issue of Cooking Light!  A special thank you to Phillip and his team for including us, we really appreciate it!

They chose to feature our best selling Rollings of Cinnamon sash apron that was inspired by my mother’s delicious pie crust cinnamon rolls. She began making extra pie crust when making Thanksgiving pies and making them so we’d have the rolls to enjoy for breakfast the next morning.


Our company began and continued for nearly 10 years under the name IceMilk Aprons. We have since rebranded just slightly, but this gourmet line of heirloom aprons is our very first, original collection – the one that started it all. And, we’re proud to say you can still shop the collection today. Our original aprons were hand sewn by my grandmother and I. Each apron celebrated our close family ties in the kitchen and beyond. In honor of this, each apron in the collection is named after a special recipe we all know and love.

These sash aprons celebrate a feminine look and pair perfectly with the matching children’s apron, for kids who love to cook. You can shop that collection right here, and view our full apron collection here. 

Since our founding, this apron has always been a best seller. We are so excited to continue to share new aprons and designs with you as our business grows.

I’m an old soul based in Atlanta, GA and mom of 3 with a deep love of all things from the past with a story to tell, on a mission to keep heirlooms around for another generation - whether it be a tradition, splattered family recipe, or historic home.

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