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Who doesn’t need an easy little cake to nibble with a cup of tea?
You can frost this one with chocolate or use it to make an easy layer cake, shortcake, or trifle... or splash with juice, syrup, or liqueurs and top with whipped cream and fruit. Or simply add flavorful seeds—poppy, toasted sesame, …Cake
by Jessica on February 7, 2016 0
Here’s the big question.
Are you a chocolate or vanilla person?
I just can’t decide. Annoyingly, as usual.
If you can melt chocolate and stir, you can make these cakes, and no commercial mix has chocolate as good as this. Quality chocolate is like …Cupcakes
My worst Valentine’s Day happened in second grade. This was the age when we still passed out valentines to the entire class, everyone coming away with fistfuls of cards and boxes of powdery-sweet conversation hearts.
I spent a week carefully crafting my valentines. My mother, a proponent of homemade …Cookies
There are kitchen discoveries that lead to nothing but trouble. The first time I caramelized sugar, I knew I was ruined. Why would anyone want to eat …Recipes
In the dead of winter, s'mores aren't a popular choice for dessert. The snow is coming and visions of campfires and sunburned skin and toasted …
Chinese Peanut Cookies
Author: Daily Cooking Quest
Prep time: 1 hour
Cook time: 25 mins
Total time: 1 hour 25 mins
Just absolutely stunningly beautiful.
What are you waiting for…. get into it!
Here’s what you will need:
Yields: Making 16 egg tarts of a tart pan.
For the custard filling:
* 4 medium eggs, beaten (reserve 2 tablespoons for your pastry dough)
* 3/4 cup hot water
* 6 Tbsp. sugar
* 1/8 teaspoon salt (pinch …
Valentine’s Day is almost here, people. You know what that means? It’s time to treat yo’ self (or your boo)! Our Red Velvet Brookies are the perfect dessert to whip up this February… whether you’re spending V-Day solo or with your S.O. Read on the for the step-by-step recipe!
Red Velvet Ingredients: …Recipes
I understand that when a website but 5 11/12 years old boasts not one or two but eleven brownie recipes that it’s possible, perhaps, or at least worth …Recipes
In a recent trend taking over Pinterest (pins and likes have spiked by 73 percent within the last year, according to She Knows), cloud bread is quickly becoming a favorite among carb-addicts everywhere.
Unlike most breads, this one is low-carb and gluten-free. That might not sound too appetizing at …Bread
I have never been particularly interested in recipes — or, if we’re being completely tactlessly honest, people — defined by what they are not, which …Recipes
Broths and stocks have been part of almost every culture’s culinary tradition for centuries; from Vietnamese pho to Italian brodo to American chicken …Cooking
I was one of those kids who loved camp! I loved being away. I loved all of the activities. And I loved the food!
Well, at least I loved the homemade yeast rolls that graced the table at every meal. I ate them in pairs, hot out of the oven, their tops salty with butter and the aroma so heady that I …Baking
Guess what? I have something to tell you! It’s very important. Are you ready? Here goes.
Today is National Coffee Day!
No really. It is. And while …
Not a traditional Florentine, this lacelike biscuit is the kind you just can't leave alone. Although its crisp lightness is quite extraordinary, you …Baking
Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter, yesterday. Remember these? I made them again yesterday. SO pretty!!
I’m going to briefly veer away from my Costa …Cookies
There's a good chance you've tasted a dessert influenced by Francisco Migoya, even if you've never been to his kitchen. As a professor at the …Dessert
2014 has been mostly about the chocolate thus far, which is the kind of thing that happens when you outsource what-to-cook-next decisions to my …Recipes
I am, as ever, a sucker for a recipe with a great name. Bring me your grunts, your bundts, your fools, slumps and sonkers. Take me across the pond …Cookies
For a long time, I thought the New York Times chocolate chip cookie recipe had ruined me for good. Based on a recipe from famed chocolatier Jaques …Chocolate
Recipe by: Cindy L Warriner
"My mom came to visit one summer, and we decided to bake cookies. Since I had just moved into my new home, I …
280g Plain Flour
• 2 tbsp Icing Sugar
• 2 Egg Yolk
• 1 Egg White
• 150g Salted Butter
150g Castor Sugar or fine sugar
• 150g Hot Water
• 4 Whole Eggs
• 250ml …
Hasselback apples are a real (delicious!) thing.
We start getting giddy about fall by mid-August — when we first spot new pumpkin-spiced foods hitting shelves. A month later, we're suffering from full-on fever (don't send help; we're all good), and now we're knee-deep in apple mania.
We're baking them …Dessert
Clever kitchen storage tips, delicious drink recipes and dreamy room inspiration are among the list.
Life is beautiful — and that's never more evident than on Pinterest every day. Our boards have been filled with tons of vibrant spaces, organizations, delicious dishes and the world's dreamiest …Interior Design
PLUS recipes to get you started.
1. A large whisk for batters and a baby whisk for salad dressings.
Why: You might ask, “Why do I need a whisk when I can just use a fork?” Good question. A fork just doesn’t work as well as a whisk when you’re making a smooth batter, or whipping cream, or basically …Recipes
To make traditional macaron cookies, you combine equal parts ground-up almonds and powdered sugar to create the mixture known as tant pour tant. For a fun new riff on a confectionary classic—and a fun new cooking challenge for you—we swap in pistachios here instead. The recipe also deviates from …Macarons
This is a huge day!
Because I successfully made macarons without
1. having a myocardial infarction
2. getting divorced
3. throwing my <insert kitchen …