Category: Dessert

DIY Mason Jar Baking Mixes

Posted: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 in Baking, Chocolate!, Dessert, Holidays to Remember, Recipes
Mason Jar Baking Ideas

  What could be more adorable than a sweet treat in a jar? Mason jar baking mixes are a fun, budget-friendly way to give the joy of baking as a holiday gift. The best part – it’s so easy to personalize. Get the kids involved for a fun afternoon project they can give their teachers…
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Beer Bread: Baking in the Spirit of Fall

  Even though Oktoberfest celebrations around the world came to a close, we’re still inspired to raise our glasses to new ways to enjoy beer – in our bread! From afternoon tailgating to Halloween parties and fall festivals, we welcome beer’s rich malt in the fall, often accented by seasonal flavors like pumpkin or warm vanilla. Whether…
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DIY Baking Mix

Posted: Friday, October 17, 2014 in Baking, Dessert, Family-Friendly, Kitchen Tips/Tricks, Recipes
Clabber Girl Baking Mix

  We can’t control what our family eats during the day. Sure, we can try, but the one real shot we have is when we all sit down at dinner for a healthy, happy home-cooked meal. But who has time for that? From your full-time hectic job to balancing homework and soccer practice, there is…
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Secrets to Using a Cast-Iron Skillet

Posted: Monday, October 6, 2014 in Baking, Biscuits, Cake, Cooking, Dessert, Recipes, Seasonal Baking

Inexpensive and durable, naturally nonstick and nearly indestructible, cast-iron skillets are a kitchen essential. They last for generations, so the same skillet that brought you grandma’s juicy fried chicken now helps you whip up a decadent Apple Pecan Skillet Cake. The best part? The more you use it, the better it gets. Cast-irons season over time. The…
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Cooking with Coffee

Posted: Monday, September 22, 2014 in Baking, Dessert, Recipes
Coffee Drop Cookies with Rex Coffee

Think coffee only belongs in a cup? Think again! The bold, robust flavor of coffee adds another dimension to a variety of dishes, all the way from dinner to dessert. The bitterness of a dark roast is just as perfect in tiramisu as it is on an Angus steak. In fact, the earthy flavor of coffee…
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Go Bananas on Banana Lover’s Day

Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 in Baking, Baking with Fruit, Breakfast, Dessert
Banana Pancakes

Americans eat more than three billion pounds of bananas a year, adding up to roughly 300 bananas a second. Soft and sweet, rich in potassium and bursting with fiber, it’s no wonder bananas are hailed as a super food! There are nearly 1,000 different kinds of bananas, but very few of them are actually sold…
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Best Fair Food of 2014

Posted: Friday, August 22, 2014 in Cake, Dessert, Recipes
Funnel Cakes

Who doesn’t love the excitement of the State Fair? For many of us, as kids we walked the midway, chewing on roasted corn dripping with butter and licking sticky cotton candy off of our fingers. Those were the simple days of fair foods. Nowadays, fair food is less of a tasty treat and more of…
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Celebrate Bastille Day – With Dessert!

Posted: Monday, July 14, 2014 in Baking, Breakfast, Dessert, Family-Friendly, Recipes
Crepes Chantilly

Still relishing those mid-summer Fourth of July festivities? Lucky for you, today marks another celebration of freedom – Bastille Day! Much like Independence Day to Americans, Bastille Day commemorates the start of the French Revolution, when unarmed peasants stormed the Bastille prison and armory. What better way to commemorate their victory than to pop open some…
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