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Chef’n Sift’n Sieve

Chef'n Sift n' Sieve

There are always things that need sifting or straining in the kitchen. Cocoa powder and confectioners’ sugar usually need to be sifted to get any small lumps out before mixing them into a batter. Flour  also sometimes should be sifted before use. When it comes to straining, fruit juices and purees often need to be strained to remove seeds and unwanted pulp before use. You can ... Read More »

Peanut Butter and Honey Bar Cookies

Peanut Butter and Honey Bars

Peanut butter and honey are a wonderful combination. I like honey drizzled over hot toast that is spread with peanut butter, honey that is mixed with peanut butter to create a salty-sweet dip for apples and the combination of honey and peanut butter in frozen pops. They also work well together in baked goods like these Peanut Butter and Honey Bars. The bars are easy ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

Strawberries and rhubarb are a natural combination because the sweetness of the berries compliments the tarter flavor of the rhubarb. They flavors work well in all kinds of desserts, and Sugar Hero‘s Strawberry Rhubarb Pie looks like it really showcases them. The simple filling is a vibrant pink color and it is loaded with fruit flavor. The pie is topped with a lattice crust so ... Read More »

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Cookbook Release and Giveaway!

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Cookbook Release and Giveaway!

This week marks the official release of my latest cookbook, How to Make Frozen Yogurt. The book is part of Storey’s Basics series and it is designed to give you a solid grounding in homemade frozen yogurt technique because there is more to making great frozen yogurt than just putting regular yogurt into the freezer.  Making your own frozen yogurt gives you complete control over the ingredients ... Read More »

Bunny and Chick Stand Up Cookie Cutters

Bunny and Chick Stand Up Cutters

Easter is one of those holidays where you have the freedom to get very creative with your treats. Brightly colored desserts and sweet, cute treats definitely take the spotlight, so it is the perfect time to put a little extra effort into making sure your cookies and cakes look their best. I like to keep my eyes out for specialty bakeware that will let me ... Read More »

Chocolate Guinness Frozen Yogurt

Chocolate Guinness Frozen Yogurt

The release of my new cookbook, How To Make Frozen Yogurt, is just a few days after St Patrick’s Day this year, so I decided to celebrate the holiday by doing something a little different than making a batch of corned beef and cabbage. I made frozen yogurt instead, and with an Irish twist. I’ve had Guinness ice creams before, but I’ve never had anything quite ... Read More »

How to Make Frozen Yogurt

How to Make Frozen Yogurt

Frozen yogurt is a cool dessert that is more popular than ever and there are frozen yogurt shops in most neighborhoods where you can easily pick up a cup of your favorite flavor. Yogurt shops aren’t the only place to get your fro-yo fix, however, because you can easily make it at home. How to Make Frozen Yogurt: 56 Delicious Flavors You Can Make at ... Read More »

Mini St Patrick’s Day Ombre Cakes

Mini St Patrick's Day Ombre Cake

Ombre cakes have a great look to them, and all you need to make one is the time to make a multi-layered cake and plenty of food coloring. Holidays and special occasions like birthdays are the perfect time to play around with colorful cakes like these because you want everything to be as festive as possible, and you usually won’t mind having to put a ... Read More »

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