A kind netizen has shared what is apparently a recipe that replicates the popular Famous Amos cookies.
We’ve seen numerous desserts that we would place in the “out of this world” category, but this adorable space-themed cake with a…
To celebrate the 4th of July we’ve found some perfect patriotic red, white and blue desserts that are sure to get everyone in the party mood. However skilled a baker you are. we’ve got all the delightful desserts you need in order to have an incredible American styled Independence Day.
Before even scrolling down graphic designer and baker Holly Fox’s Instagram, we are already suffering from baker envy. Holly, a graphic designer from LA started to merge her skills with baking 5 years ago.
When we look at our calendar and see that it’s May 4, it always put a smile on our face because it means it’s #MayThe4thBeWithYou day. A day that brings joy to even those people who have never watched a “Star Wars” film in their life. And what better way to celebrate than drooling over all of the insane galaxy cakes that’ve taken social media by storm. Best of all? You don’t need to be a “Star Wars” fan to appreciate these mesmerising bakes.
These little fudgy chocolate brownies are moist, rich and creamy. Very easy to make and pleasure to eat. Taking these with a cup of coffee in the morning makes my day.Find the whole recipe here:
As a 75-year-old grandma stuck inside the body of a 24-year-old, I have never been a huge fan of a holiday that has manifested itself in day-drinking and public nudity. But a holiday that requires cake? Well, duh. Have a party and invite me over.
There is nothing finer than a warm, buttery pastry on a cool fall morning. So I propose that, this weekend, you tackle classic French croissants at home.
There is a large divide between those who love Samoas (otherwise known as Caramel deLites) and those who love Thin Mints. But I’ve never met a Girl Scout cookie I didn’t like.
For all of the times we’ve written about beer pairings—beer with ice cream! beer with cheese!—there was one untapped pairing that was right under our noses the whole time. It wasn’t until earlier this week, when our editor Caroline stumbled upon this old Hotline question, that we realized the next (and seemingly limitless) beer pairing goldmine we were sitting on: beer and cookies!
We know how to sub vegan ingredients in for eggs when baking, but when it comes to using dairy-free milk—or mylk or the less-appealing “juice”—instead of regular milk, I wasn’t so sure what would happen.