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Nordic Ware Chiffon Bundt Pan

Nordic Ware Chiffon Bundt Pan

Bundt cakes are always a great dessert to bring to a party. They’re easy to make and require no elaborate decorations, since the pans themselves give so much character to the cake. This Chiffon Bundt Cake Pan is a new design from Nordic Ware that is even more occasion-oriented than most bundt pans. It features a beautiful design that is inspired by waves of flowing ... Read More »

Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil Spray, reviewed

TJ's Coconut Oil Spray

Coconut oil is a natural vegetable oil made by pressing the oil out of coconut meal. The fat is used in many cooking and baking applications, and it is become more and more common in grocery stores. Typically, coconut oil is found packaged in a jar, and I was surprised to see that Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil Spray took another approach to this oil by ... Read More »

Chef’n Wash + Toss Colander

Wash + Toss Colander

Berries are actually difficult fruits to wash because they are so delicate. I can’t count the times when I have been trying to rinse off fresh raspberries and lost a few as I tried to gently toss them in a colander or squished them under the weight of more berries. Ripe strawberries and other berries can be almost as tricky to handle. The Chef’n Wash ... Read More »

Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

Loaded Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter cookies are delicious just as they are – and that is probably why people don’t tend to stuff as many mix-ins into peanut butter cookie dough as they do with chocolate chip cookie dough. But peanut butter is very versatile and can go with all kinds of other flavors – especially if one of those flavors happens to be chocolate. These Loaded Peanut ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Dulce de leche is a milk caramel that has a distinctive – and addictive – dairy flavor that can get your mouth watering. The caramel is easy to incorporate into other recipes, like these Dulce de Leche Cupcakes that The Growing Foodie recently baked. The cupcakes have dulce de leche in the batter and are topped with a decadent cream cheese and dulce de leche ... Read More »

Cherry and Peach Cobbler

Cherry and Peach Cobbler

The next time you set out to make a fruit cobbler, don’t limit yourself to one type of fruit. Mixing and matching fruits can make for a cobbler that is even more delicious than usual because you get multiple flavors each time you take a bite. I often bake both cherry cobblers and peach cobbers during the summer when these fruits are super sweet and ... Read More »

Classic Snacks Made from Scratch

Classic Snacks Made From Scratch

When you walk down the snack aisle in the grocery store, you’ll see all kinds of snacks and treats that bring back memories of weekend cartoons and bagged lunches. You might not always buy these treats on a regular basis these days, but you probably still have a soft spot for them because of the memories that they bring up. One of the reasons that ... Read More »

How to Grill Fruit

Grilled Peaches

When you are grilling on a warm summer night, one of the easiest dessert options is to throw some fruit on the grill. Grilling fruit intensifies its sweetness, just as roasting it in the oven can, as some of the water starts to cook out of the fruit and those natural sugars begin to caramelize. Grilling can add some additional flavor that an oven can’t, ... Read More »

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