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Toasted Almond Scones

Toasted Almond Scones

I generally gravitate towards scones that have fruit in them, whether it is fresh or dried fruit, because I like the sweetness that you get from it against the buttery background of the scone. But that isn’t to say that all my scones have to have fruit in them, and I suspect that these Toasted Almond Scones will be a hit in your kitchen even if ... Read More »

The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

New Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day

When Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day was first released in 2007, home bakers were just being introduced to the idea that they could easily make crusty, flavorful artisan breads at home without any special tools – or even any special skills – using an unusual sounding no-knead bread making method. Everyone who decided to give the method a try was instantly a convert, ... Read More »

Double Peanut Butter Quick Bread

Double Peanut Butter Quick Bread

I’ve had an extra bag of peanut butter chips sitting in my pantry, just waiting for a great recipe to go into. Peanut butter chips are a great way to infuse a little peanut butter into something like chocolate chip cookies, and they are also a good way to boost the peanut butter flavor in baked goods that already feature peanut butter without weighing down ... Read More »

Beekman 1802 Tropics Trade Route Lemon Cake Mix, reviewed

Beekman 1802 Tropics Trade Route Lemon Cake Mix, reviewed

You can bake a variety of vintage-inspired recipes from the Beekman 1802 Cookbook, or you can simply head over to their website and order a vintage-inspired cake mix that will streamline the whole process for you. I always love to try premium cake mixes and see how they compare to homemade cakes, since they are priced much higher than your average cake mixes. I like ... Read More »

Valentine Cookie Sticks Pan

Heart Cookie Stick Pan

This new Valentine Cookie Sticks Pan from Wilton has a strange sounding name, but the pan actually allows you to easily bake some very unique cookies that are a lovely way to bake up some sweet treats for Valentine’s Day. The pan has eight long, shallow cavities that each look like a series of hearts. You simply drop or press your cookie dough into the ... Read More »

Flourless Chocolate Almond Cookies

Flourless Chocolate Almond Cookies

A batch of fudgy brownies is something that everyone can enjoy, and these Flourless Chocolate Almond Cookies pack the same kind of rich chocolate flavor as brownies, but in a totally different package. They have a crisp, meringue-like exterior and a moist, chewy interior that really holds a lot of chocolate flavor. They also happen to be completely gluten free. Best of all, they’re easy ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

At Cookie Madness, Anna is telling me that it should be the year of the kolache. This Czech baked good is a soft pastry with a dollop of fruit or other filling inside. They’re fun to make and very versatile, since you can fill them with almost anything you can think of. Her Cream Cheese Filled Kolaches are a good place to start if you ... Read More »

3D Food Printers may be the Future of Food

3D Sugar Cubes

3D printers are a relatively new type of printer technology that allow users to print a solid, 3D version of anything that they can model on a computer. Like traditional printers which layer ink on a piece of paper, 3D printers layer materials like plastic and metal on top of each other to create the finished product. There are applications for these 3D printers in ... Read More »

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