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Step aside, cinnamon, chocolate chips, and raisins. (Wait – did I really just say that about three of my favorite things?! Sorry – I’ll get back to you soon, my friends!)  These Idaho potato scones are for those times when you want to walk on the savory side. Take a bite and you’ll find garlic, […]

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Categories: breakfast, savory, beer, garlic, potato, scones, st. patrick's day

Temperature plays such a key role in my enjoyment of desserts. I like my lemon bars frozen, my pies reheated in the oven, and my chocolate chip cookies popped in the microwave for 10 seconds. Likewise, the ever warm temperature of slow cooker desserts is perhaps why I love them so much. They are always at […]

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Categories: cake, chocolate, peanut butter, slow cooker

I first realized how well mashed potatoes work in a pie when I made my maple bacon potato pie.   I love sweet potatoes as much as the next person (OK – a whole lot more than the average person), but I strongly believe that there should be a place at the table for Idaho® Potato […]

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Categories: pies & cobblers, blackberry, pie, potato

I didn’t go halfway with any of the flavors in these lemon ginger power cupcakes. The cupcakes contain both lemon juice and lemon zest and both fresh ginger and ground ginger – and the frosting has lemon and ginger, too! These springtime cupcakes practically “spring” forth with flavor. There is, however, one ingredient in the […]

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Categories: cupcakes, ginger, lemon

Crème brûlée may seem like a super fancy dessert, but it is actually one of the easiest desserts to make – especially when you make it in a slow cooker. It hardly uses any ingredients and it can even be made in a single bowl! I developed this slow cooker vanilla bean crème brûlée recipe […]

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Categories: custard, crème brûlée, slow cooker, vanilla

Last week, contributor Jess Touchette shared with us the first ever brownie recipe and we were all shocked to learn that it had no chocolate. Today, she shares the recipe for the first ever brownie recipe with chocolate. Sure, it looks more like a cake. But, it tastes 100% brownie – far more dense than […]

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Categories: cake, cookies & brownies, brownies, chocolate

In this post, contributor Jess Touchette shares the history of brownies. Spoiler alert: Early brownies had no chocolate!  Craziness! Keep reading for the trivia fact about brownies and Harry Potter that you’ll want to share with all your muggle friends. A gooey little square of chocolate decadence topped with a fine, crackly layer that crumbles […]

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Categories: cookies & brownies, brownies, jess touchette, molasses, pecan

Get ready for chocolate overload! Brondie bars are here! Brondie bars deserve a place alongside some of the world’s best mashed up desserts like the cronut (croissant plus donut) and duffin (donut plus muffin). Brondies are a blondie plus brownie mashup made with a layer of brownie, a layer of blondie, and then another layer […]

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Categories: cookies & brownies, brownies, chocolate, chocolate chip

“These homemade Oreo cookies are even better than store-bought ones,” declared my friend Michelle, taking a mouse-sized bite of an Oreo cookie to avoid the beer-buttercream filling and the pretzel. I didn’t blame her for wanting to sample an unadulterated cookie bite. I do the same thing. I’m always curious to know how the parts of […]

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Categories: cookies & brownies, beer, chocolate, father's day, oreo, pretzel, super bowl

I know that the pink in the image above looks like a silicone cupcake liner or maybe even a cupcake-shaped candle. It’s not! All of the pink that you see is a champagne jello shot (made in a silicone cupcake liner)!! Crazy, right? On top of the jello shot is a layer of chocolate – […]

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Categories: cupcakes, drinks, champagne, jello, new year's eve

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I haven't made any cupcakes since the red velvet ones I made a couple of weeks ago. I did make a vanilla bean cheesecake that I am going to share with you instead because it was delicious!The crust after being baked. Slicing the vanilla beans. Scraping the vanilla beans into the batter. The finished cheesecake! Graham Cracker Crust:1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs1/4 cup ground pecans1/4 cup sugar1 tsp cinnamon6 tbsp melted butterIn a bowl, mix together the...

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I have to admit that I have never made nor tasted a red velvet cupcake. Sad, I know... So I decided to make some today and they are scrumptious.The batter, isn't it pretty?Ready to be baked.Just out of the oven. They look beautiful.The final product.Red Velvet Cupcake1 1/2 cups sugar1/2 cup butter, room temperature2 eggs, room temperature2 1/3 cups flour2 tbsp cocoa powder1 tsp baking soda1 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp salt1 cup buttermilk1 1/2 tbsp red food coloring1 tsp vanilla extract1 tsp...

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I love cupcakes so much that I thought I'd try designing a couple cupcake t-shirts... check 'em out!Cupcake T-ShirtsCupcake Onesies... and more! Cheers,Sarah

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Just out of the oven. The whipped cream and white chocolate before folding them together. The finished white chocolate mousse. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cupcakes with White Chocolate Mousse topped with chopped macadamia nuts.White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cupcake 1 cup sugar1/2 cup butter2 eggs2 tbsp. vanilla 2 oz. white chocolate, melted1 1/2 cups flour1 3/4 tsp. baking powder 3/4 cup milk1/4 cup macadamia nuts, chopped1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line pan with baking liners.2. In a...

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1/13/2009
Maple Cupcake2 1/2 cups flour2 tsp baking powder1 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp salt3/4 tsp ground ginger1 stick unsalted butter, softened1/2 cup light brown sugar2 large eggs1 1/4 cup maple syrup2 tsp vanilla1/2 cup buttermilk1/2 cup walnuts or pecans finely chopped1.Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Line pan with baking liners.2. Sift flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and ginger. Set aside.3. Cream the butter and brown sugar on medium speed until fluffy. Beat in eggs, syrup and vanilla.4. Stir in...

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I have never had a harder time making cupcakes, well I guess it was the buttercream. I got this recipe from howtoeatacupcake.net. You can click here to get the recipe.The cupcake batter. The recipe called for dark brown sugar but I didn't have any. I used light brown sugar and they still turned out great.Caramel drizzle for buttercream. This is were I had all my problems. I am a little embarrassed to admit this because I went to pastry school, I made caramel a ton in school! The first time I...

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I didn't get around to making the caramel cupcakes with caramel buttercream today. May be tomorrow.While searching the internet for cupcake things today I came across something interesting, A Cupcake Camp. Who knew there was a cupcake camp? I would love to go but it is in San Fransisco and Toronto. The one in San Fransisco was in early December. But if you want to attend the one in Toronto it is being held on January 25th from 2-5. It is held at Labspace Studios at 2A Pape Ave. For more...

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Buttermilk Spice Cake1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar1 cup all purpose flour1/4 tsp baking soda1 tsp ground ginger1/2 tsp ground cinnamon1/4 tsp ground nutmeg6 tbsp butter, room temperature1 egg1/4 cup buttermilk3 tbsp honeyPreheat oven to 350 degrees. Line muffin pan with baking liners.Cream butter and brown sugar. Add egg and honey.Sift all dry ingredients. Add to creamed mixture.Slowly add buttermilk.Spoon into baking cups, filling 2/3 full.Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.I used the Vanilla...

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Kitchen Aid Artisan 5 qt. MixerThis is definitely an essential for any type of baking. I use mine almost daily. It may seem kind of expensive but it is well worth the money.New Beater Blade for 5 qt. MixerThis beater blade looks awesome. It has rubber edges that constantly scrape the bowl. That means no more stopping to hand scrape the bowl and it eliminates batter build up on the blade. I don't have one of these yet but I can't wait to get one. Baker's Secret 12 Cup Cupcake PanYou can't make...

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This book is awesome. I just got it, so I haven't made anything from it yet, but it has a ton of great ideas. They all look fairly easy because they use all kinds of candy to decorate them. My favorite cupcake from this book has to be the penguins. They are so cute! I am going to make them first. I will post pictures as soon as I make them. Just Cupcakes is a great book for beginners. It has 100 recipes that use box cake mixes and adds various ingredients to make cupcakes like Spiced Pumpkin,...

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