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Bites from other Blogs

Crisp, buttery toast generously sprinkled with cinnamon sugar was one of my favorite breakfast treats as a kid (and frankly, it still is!). That flavor combination isn’t just for breakfast anymore. Tracey’s Culinary Adventures made Cinnamon Toast Ice Cream with a recipe from Epicurious. The ice cream has a cinnamon toast-infused base and is finished off with bread cubes that have been toasted with brown ... Read More »

6 Great Easter Baking Ideas

Easter Bunny Baking Ideas

Easter is a holiday that moves around – but it is also a holiday that always falls on a Sunday, which is nice because it gives you plenty of time over the weekend to decorate easter eggs and do some Easter baking. Here are a half dozen ideas to get you started, all of which are easy to make and fantastic to serve at an ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Saveur Magazine is accepting nominations for their 2011 Best Food Blog Awards. If you have a moment, head over to their site and nominate Baking Bites! And then, of course, check out all of this week’s fantastic Bites from other Blogs: Fresh baked some Coconut Chocolate Chip Tea Cakes to celebrate the turn of the seasons, leaving behind heartier far in favor of lighter and ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Tall layer cakes are always showstoppers on the dessert table, but Sweetapolita‘s Inside Out Neapolitan Layer Cake will steal the show from any of them. This high-rising cake is beautiful to look at – and even better to eat. It is made with three layers of rich, moist devil’s food chocolate cake that are stacked up with a trio of swiss meringue fillings in strawberry, ... Read More »

What is matzo meal?

Matzo and Matzo meal

Around the Jewish holiday of Passover, supermarkets start to fill their shelves with matzo and matzo meal alongside piles of egg-shaped Easter chocolates. While all foods eaten during passover are supposed to be kosher-for-passover, the most famous passover food is matzo (or matzah). Matzo is an unleavened cracker-like bread that is traditionally eaten at Passover. It is made with flour and water, and it is ... Read More »

What does “percent cacao” mean?

61% Percent Cacao Chocolate

Just a few years ago, it seemed like chocolate was chocolate, and while some were better than others, they were all labeled the same. Seemingly overnight, numbers started to appear on chocolate packaging and we suddenly had a way to separate one chocolate easily from another. What does the “percent cacao” or “cacao content” on chocolate packaging refer to? The “percent cacao” refers to the ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

The only thing better than a big spoonful of Nutella is a great dessert that features the chocolate hazelnut spread, like a batch of the Mini Nutella Cheesecakes that Bakers Royale baked. These easy to make cheesecakes use an entire jar of Nutella, ensuring that they are as rich with flavor as they are richly textured from the cream cheese and heavy cream in the ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

It’s nice to have a slice of freshly baked bread to accompany a meal, but we don’t always plan in advance to have a yeasted loaf proofed and ready to go into the oven with dinner. This is exactly why it’s nice to have a savory quickbread recipe on hand, like the Cheese, Olive and Buttermilk Herb Bread that Sugar & Everything Nice baked. This ... Read More »

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