April Preisler

location-pin Auburn, CA

School: Marquette University

Expertise: Recipe Development

April Preisler

  • Almost 10 years developing recipes and writing about food for her blog and Taste of Home

Experience

April is a food writer and photographer who launched her food blog, Food n' Focus, after a trip to Paris in 2011. She ran it from 2012 to 2021, developing recipes, writing about her travels and photographing both. She eventually relocated to Paris, where she told the stories of local chefs and wrote about local markets, foods and products unique to the regions where she traveled. Now, April lives in California with her family and works in marketing and sales. For Taste of Home, she writes about food and develops all kinds of recipes, from healthy pancakes to copycat cookies.

Education

Marquette University, bachelor's in marketing and commercial real estate

Taste of Home Editorial Policies


Taste of Home, a Trusted Media Brand, has been a reliable source for recipes, cooking tips and entertaining advice for more than 30 years. Every month, our content inspires well over 20 million home cooks to get creative in the kitchen. Each one of our 40 thousand recipes has gone through a rigorous testing and approval process to ensure we’re sharing the very best. Every snack, ingredient and product we recommend is tested by our team of culinary experts and professional product testers—the best of the best earn our Test Kitchen-Preferred seal of approval. Learn more about Taste of Home and our Test Kitchen and editorial teams.

Articles & Recipes

Protein Pancakes

Try stirring in cacao nibs, blueberries or chopped pecans to make these pancakes your own. For the best flavor, toast the nuts before adding to the batter. —April Preisler, Auburn, California

How to Make Healthy Banana Pancakes

This recipe for healthy banana pancakes calls for only three ingredients: mashed banana, eggs and oats.

How to Grill Brats Like a Pro from Wisconsin

Let us show you how to grill brats the right way so they're juicy on the inside and snappy on the outside.