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  • 02 Nov
    Mini Chocolate Strawberry Layer Cake

    Chocolate Strawberry Mini Cake

    Strawberry and chocolate is often associated with the very simple dessert known as a chocolate covered strawberry. Pure and simple, this combination of flavors is often associated with love and decadence. I have definitely fallen in love with our strawberry chocolate mini layer cakes. Miniature cakes are the perfect way to serve guests a personal serving at any event or dinner party. Perfectly suited for weddings, baby showers or even engagement parties. There is no need for cake cutting or even running out of cake to serve your guests. Typically I will create cakes from scratch but this cake is moist, delicious and super easy to make when you are lacking in time and energy.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Chocolate, Cakes, Mini Desserts and was tagged with Strawberries, Chocolate

  • 30 Oct
    Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream

    pumpkin ice cream

    I know it's cold and I am sharing an ice cream recipe. It's pumpkin season and although I am a huge fan of all things pumpkin, I can only eat so many pumpkin bread slices and muffins. Pumpkin ice cream is the perfect way to get your fill of pumpkin flavor without the overly filling denseness of a muffin or bread. Smooth and creamy with just a hint of spice, pumpkin chocolate chunk ice cream is the perfect accompaniment to pecan pie or simply enjoyed on its own.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Chocolate, Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts, Pumpkin and was tagged with Pumpkin

  • 28 Oct
    Chocolate Cookie Tart With Ganache Filling

    Chocolate Cookie Ganache Tart

    A pastry chef that doesn’t really eat sweets, that’s me! Don’t worry, I test everything I create but I simply do not crave sweets. It may stem from the years I spent in commercial kitchens and fine dining restaurants. Hundreds of plated desserts and homemade sweets came out those kitchens over the years, which may explain my lack of desire for the sweet treats. I will let you in on a little secret; I do still have one craving. It has never receded or lessened over the years. Oreos or more specifically, Trader Joe’s Chocolate Jo Jo’s. Just the thought of them makes my stomach growl.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Chocolate, Cookies, Pastries & Tarts

  • 25 Oct
    How To Make Candied Apples

    candied apples

    Glistening red, candy coated apples sitting pretty in a row, patiently waiting for the next customer to take that first delicious bite. Candied apples are a sweet treat that is typically found at carnivals, fairs and country gatherings.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Candy, Snacks & Treats

  • 19 Oct
    Spiced Pecan Pie

    Spiced Pecan Pie Recipe

    It’s October and the holiday season is fast approaching! The year has flown by and I for one cannot believe it almost time to start holiday baking. If you reside in the United States you will most likely agree with me that pumpkin and pecan pie is the traditional dessert offered at Thanksgiving. Occasionally an apple pie is created for those who loathe pumpkin or have an allergy to nuts, but traditionally pecan and pumpkin grace our tables.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Pies, Seasonal Baking Recipes

  • 12 Oct
    Pumpkin Pecan Pie Muffins

    Pecan Pie Pumpkin Muffins

    Pumpkin! The market is saturated with pumpkin spice lattes, donuts, and scones. Everywhere we turn, the bright orange vegetable is being prominently turned into the epitome of fall.

    Just when I thought I had enough of pumpkin, I remembered this absolutely delicious pumpkin muffin recipe I created a few years back. Perfectly moist, the right amount of spice to pumpkin and the most delicious pecan pie topping. Go to your pantry, collect all the ingredients and make these now! They are that good!

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Breads & Muffins, Pumpkin

  • 23 Sep
    Maple Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Maple Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

    Fall is here! We are located in the beautiful state of Michigan and the air is starting to take on that beautiful fall feeling. The nights have a chill that requires an extra layer and the days are beginning to dip into the cooler temperatures. The maples are beginning to show their glorious fall colors and my thoughts turn to baking. Warm spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom cross my mind. Pumpkin spice lattes, donuts and apple cider are prominent in every retail setting. I prefer maple; maple brings a warmth and depth to bake goods and pastries without overwhelming the other flavors.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Cookies

  • 15 Sep
    Lemon Meringue Tartlets

    lemon meringue tartlets

    Tangy lemons, buttery crust and light and airy meringue come together in one perfect bite. Lemon meringue tarts are the epitome of summer; bright and cheery. Savor these sweet bites before the summer begins to fade in fall and apple pies and pumpkin donuts slowly replace lemon desserts. I for one am not quite ready for the cool nights, fall leaves and warm spices that fall brings. I think I’ll enjoy what is left of warm summer days and nights while I still can.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Pastries & Tarts

  • 09 Sep
    Vanilla Bean Marshmallow Fluff

    Vanilla Bean Marshmallow Fluff

    Marshmallow fluff is a very peculiar culinary creation. Not quite the texture of a marshmallow but still has the flavor of one. Marshmallows can be used in S'mores and eaten by themselves, however, marshmallow fluff has so many more culinary applications. Sandwiched between two peanut butter cookies, spread on a PB&J, swirled into homemade ice cream or even eaten by the spoonful. The possibilities are unlimited!

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Puddings, Custards & Creams

  • 14 Aug
    Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart

    Perrin No Rules Ganache Tart

    What does dark chocolate ganache, sweet pate sucre crust and Himalayan pink salt need to complete this sweet and savory tart? A robust cinnamon and coconut beer from Perrin Brewing Company! No Rules is a porter produced by Perrin utilizing Beanilla extracts and flavorings. Beanilla coconut and cinnamon extracts mingle with a robust porter to create a truly amazing product. Not only is it a pleasure to drink, it is a delight to bake with. If you find yourself venturing into the Grand Rapids area and feel the need to have a truly amazing beer and great brewery cuisine, check out their restaurant and brewery.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Chocolate, Pastries & Tarts

  • 12 Aug
    Raspberry White Chocolate Angel Food Cake

    white chocolate ganache angel cake

    Angel food cake; a very light and airy cake often used as a base for macerated fruits and fresh whipped cream. The cake itself is often void of texture, has little crumb and more often than not tastes like you are chewing on a packing peanut. Happily, this angel food cake recipe is the complete opposite. Yes, it has all the basic components of a classic angel food cake but this cake has a definite crumb, a moist texture and the most delicious filling you will ever taste!

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Cakes

  • 06 Aug
    Chocolate Malt Cupcakes

    chocolate malt cupcake

    The cupcake craze began in the late 1990’s with Magnolia Bakery in New York City, but what really launched these bite size desserts into the spotlight was the creation of Sprinkles. What began as a relatively small business in Beverly Hills grew rapidly to a full fledge cupcake empire. Barbara Streisand and Oprah Winfrey endorsed the cupcakes, after requesting 300 cupcakes be sent to the Harpo Studios for Breakfast. With Oprah, the daily production of cupcakes doubled at the Beverly Hills store. The fascination with cupcakes continues and more and more bakeries are being opened by sweet entrepreneurs excited to share their recipes with the waiting public.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Cupcakes

  • 31 Jul
    Perrin No Rules Glazed Puff Pastry Donut

    Perrin No Rules Vietnamese Porter

    The donut—everyone’s favorite guilty pleasure! Cake, yeast, puff pastry, glazed, ganached or even sprinkled, we can’t seem to get enough of this confection. Cake and yeast donuts can be complicated and messy to create at home, but two sheets of puff pastry are the solution to this conundrum. Puff pastry is simple to use, easy and accessible to just about every home cook. Simply place your package of pastry into the fridge overnight to thaw. Once thawed, remove from the fridge and cut into your favorite donut shape. I chose a rectangular cutter, but your shape is only limited by your imagination.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Pastries & Tarts, Donut Recipes

  • 18 Jun
    Celebration Cookie Cake

    Celebration cookie

    Cake, the traditional offering at nearly every birthday, graduation and anniversary celebration. While I have never been known to turn down a piece of cake, I think that you may agree that after a while cake just becomes, well..... boring! Chocolate chip cookies are a classic treat that just about everyone has had at one time or another. Why not bring two classics together into one delicious dessert?! A celebration dessert, worthy of anyone's big day. These cookie cakes can be customized to just about any size you need, one of two large cookie cakes for an intimate family gathering or many tiny individual cookie cakes for a large celebration.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Cookies, Cakes

  • 22 Apr
    Strawberry Mint Sorbet Recipe

    Strawberry Mint Sorbet

    Beautiful ripe red strawberries are in season and they are spectacular right now! The droughts in California may have brought the cost up on these delicious beauties but it has not compromised the sweet flavor of in-season strawberries. Early April to May is typically the perfect time to enjoy strawberries. While strawberries are delicious straight from the field warmed by the beautiful spring sunshine, we love to use them in fresh fruit sorbets. We have the perfect strawberry mint sorbet recipe for you to enjoy.

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    This post was posted in Baking Recipes, Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts and was tagged with Strawberries

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