1. Someone else doing the cleanup work – anyone would do, but someone you are physically attracted to would be ideal… or a robot… or an adorable talking kitten.
Croissants are a…. wait… I can’t finish this sentence… too busy looking at that picture from Classic Croissants at Home and wanting a hot, buttery croissant NOW!
If you are not from the United Kingdom, you may not have encountered Jaffa Cakes. Jaffa cakes are more like a cookie than what Americans would consider a cake.
I set out to make hi-hat cupcakes – cupcakes with a giant frosting swirl coated in chocolate. Hi-hat cupcakes are spectacles on their own, but today I thought bigger.
I spent three days of my life figuring out how to make homemade Chessmen cookies so you don’t have to.
1. The feeling when a perfectly domed cupcake sinks as it cools. Read the full article here
Silky, smooth, and pillowy light, this mocha frosting with a swirl of fudge and a sprinkling of slivered almonds is a showstopper.
This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Sarah Elizabeth Singleton is piña colada cupcakes from Teacher By Day Chef By Night.
When frosting a batch of twenty-four cupcakes, I always end up with one unfrosted cupcake (fine by me as I love plain cake) or gobs of leftover frosting in the bowl.
These sweet cornmeal deep fried pickles sprinkled with powdered sugar and drizzled with sticky honey are meant to be served hot.
Road tripping across mid-America inevitably leads to spotting signs for world-famous mile-high pies.
What do you do when you have a bowl full of cherry cola “maraschino” cherries? You make cherry cola pie, of course!
This week’s Pin of the Week chosen by Pinterest Explorer Janine Eshelbrenner is rainbow fondant cupcake cups by Beth from Hungry Happenings for Tablespoon.
These homemade ice cream sandwiches are the ice cream sandwich version of a soda shop’s vanilla Coke – classic Americana!
I’ve never been a fan of the red-dyed, corn syrup filled maraschino cherries. Since cupcakes are known for their cherries on top, I’ve made two wonderful versions of homemade maraschino cherries (classic maraschino cherries made with alcohol and kid-friendly maraschino cherries).
Cola is such a refreshing summer flavor and it’s even better in ice cream format! My cola ice cream is rich, smooth, and creamy (just like ice cream should be) and tastes just like cola!
It’s been years since I baked cupcakes for a wedding and I had no plans to do it again. However, when my friend Andrew buttered me up by reminding me how much he loved the green tea cupcakes that I baked for his taiko group and then asked if I could bake cupcakes for his upcoming nuptials, I gave an easy yes.
Not everyone loves the herbal, bitter flavor of hops, but those who do go hoppin’ mad for it. I once waited in an hour-long line with a hopped up crowd of hoppy beer enthusiasts to try a special release of Bell’s Hopslam Ale and saw firsthand the extent of hop fandom.
Cheese blintzes are pure Jewish comfort food. To make cheese blintzes, you take a savory crepe cooked fully on one-side only, wrap it around a sweet, lemony mixture of ricotta and farmer’s cheese (or cottage cheese) and pan fry or bake it.
Growing up Jewish in New York, rugelach were a regular nosh – ever-present beside platters of bagels, lox, and whitefish.