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Nordic Ware Bee Cookie Stamps

Nordic Ware Bee Cookie Stamps

If you have a soft spot for honey and liked the look of the Beehive Cakelet Pan I discovered the other week, you’ll love this set of Nordic Ware Bee Cookie Stamps. Sold in a set of three, these adorable stamps come with different bee-related designs: a bee, honeycomb and a flower. stamps are made by Nordic Ware and are made of heavy duty aluminum, ... Read More »

Caramel Lemon Pie

Caramel Lemon Pie

When I first heard about the limited edition flavors of sweetened condensed milk that Eagle Brand was releasing, I couldn’t wait to try them out. Once I tasted the chocolate and the caramel, I knew that there were lots of possibilities for bringing these flavors into some of my favorite desserts that already use sweetened condensed milk. One sweetened condensed milk that everyone is familiar ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

You all probably know that I am a fan of Oreos. Not only do I enjoy trying the limited edition flavors, but I like using them in a variety of other desserts, as well. The Blonde Buckeye made a batch of Birthday Cake Golden Oreo Macarons that feature one of the most creative uses for Oreos that I’ve seen in a while. The Oreo vanilla ... Read More »

What Kind of Nuts Can I Use in Brownies?

Double Chocolate Pistachio Brownies

Some people like brownies without nuts. Others prefer brownies with nuts. Fortunately for me, I happen to like both brownie styles and indulge myself whenever I can. When it comes to brownies, there is no wrong answer and you always have the freedom to opt for nuts or no-nuts when you bake brownies at home. One question I get asked on a regular basis is ... Read More »

Patisserie Made Simple

Patisserie Made Simple

French pastries, whether you’re talking about a flaky croissant or a golden madeleine, are as beautiful to look at as they are delicious to eat. They also have a reputation for being difficult to make and as being something that is better to buy at a bakery than to attempt to make at home unless you have lots of free time. In Patisserie Made Simple: ... Read More »

Homemade Cherry Limeade

Homemade Cherry Limeade

I’ve always had a soft spot for Cherry Limeade. It’s a delicious combination of sweet and tart, and I’m a sucker for that vibrant pink color. The problem with many cherry limeades is that they aren’t made with fresh juices, so you get an artifical cherry flavor instead of an authentic one. I don’t mind artificial cherry flavor in a lollipop, but I don’t want ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: An Easy Cheese Souffle

Baking Bites for Craftsy: An Easy Cheese Souffle

Souffles have a reputation for being difficult to make, but as long as you know how to beat egg whites (and I have a tutorial on that!) to stiff peaks, it really isn’t that difficult. Cheese souffles are the quintessential souffle and they are well worth learning to make. Fortunately, I happen to have a recipe for an Easy Cheese Souffle that I’m sharing over ... Read More »

Chocolate Covered Strawberry M&M Cookies

Chocolate Covered Strawberry M&M Cookies

Always eager to try unusual candies around the holidays, I scooped up a bag of White┬áStrawberry Shortcake M&Ms a couple of weeks before Valentine’s Day. These are a new holiday flavor for the brand and try to capture the flavor of a strawberry shortcake by infusing white chocolate with vanilla (for the cake and cream) and strawberry flavors. Surprisingly, the pastel-colored candies nailed the strawberry ... Read More »

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