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Ceramic Pie Vent with Slicing Guide

Ceramic Pie Vent with Slicing Guide

Double crust pies need to be vented to ensure that the steam from the cooking filling can escape without ruining the look of the pie. There are many ways to vent a pie crust, from simply cutting a few slits in the top before putting it into the oven to placing a pie bird in the center of the dish. A pie bird, or pie ... Read More »

Homemade Pumpkin Cornbread

Homemade Pumpkin Cornbread

There was a point in time where one of the only places you saw pumpkin was in pumpkin pie, but those days are long gone. Pumpkin – and pumpkin pie spice, of course – is all over the place during the fall, in desserts, savory dishes and even in coffee drinks. My Homemade Pumpkin Cornbread is just one of many delicious ways to use pumpkin ... Read More »

Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Cornbread Mix, reviewed

Trader Joe's Pumpkin Cornbread Mix, reviewed

I often make cornbread around Thanksgiving, both because cornbread goes well with most Thanksgiving dishes – such as turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, etc. – and because cornbread makes an excellent stuffing. Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Cornbread Mix is a new product that the grocery store released for the holiday season that caught my eye because it combines cornbread and pumpkin, both holiday favorites for me. The ... Read More »

Zeal Silicone Pie Weights

Zeal Silicone Pie Weights

Pie weights are typically small, somewhat heavy objects that are used to weigh down a pie or tart crust with it is being blind baked - the process of prebaking a pie crust before adding a filling to it - to prevent the crust from pulling away from the sides of the pan and allow the crust to bake evenly. There are many different styles of pie weights, ... Read More »

Vanilla Pretzel Butter Cookies ( & a Giveaway!)

Vanilla Pretzel Butter Cookies

The holidays are a time of the year that is always filled with cookies for my family. Everyone bakes them and everyone brings them when we get together for gatherings. My grandmother always had one type of cookie that was storebought and, even with a wealth of homemade cookies to choose from, I often chose to eat a few of those before touching any of ... Read More »

Baked Doughnuts For Everyone

Baked Doughnuts For Everyone

Everyone likes to indulge in a doughnut from time to time. The deep-fried, pillowy pastries are always a treat, whether you like yours glazed, cream filled or rainbow sprinkled. Doughnuts never claimed to be health food and there is absolutely no reason that you should not eat a doughnut or two when the craving strikes, but you can also make somewhat healthier baked donuts at ... Read More »

Classic Dark Chocolate Souffle Tutorial on Craftsy!

Baking Bites' Simple Dark Chocolate Souffle

A dark chocolate souffle is one of the most decadent desserts that you can slide a spoon into. They also have an air of mystery about them, because many people believe that they are so fragile that they can only be made by the hands of skilled pastry chefs. Fortunately, souffles are a lot easier to make than you might think and there is no ... Read More »

Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie

Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie with Gluten Free Pie Crust

I get lots of requests for gluten free pie recipes around the holidays. Thanksgiving in particular is prime time for pies and it is great to have a gluten free option in your recipe deck to accommodate any family members that might have dietary restrictions. My Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie, baked in a gluten free crust, is just the dessert to please anyone who might ... Read More »

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