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It's the birthday season for our family. We all have our birthdays between November and December, so there is a lot of baking going on these days. Although I'm constantly developing new recipes to try out in the kitchen (and sometimes coming up with some pretty fabulous creations), one thing you can count on me making time after time again is chocolate cupcakes. I like my favorite oldies but goodies! Especially if they're easy enough that even someone who has never made them before

Selecting the correct type of baking pan is as essential as choosing the right kind of flour for creating beautifully baked goods, and there's a wide variety of pan materials and styles to choose from. Baking times are also highly dependent on the pan material, but once you know how each material reacts, you can adjust your baking temperatures and times like a pro! To help you make your selection, here is a guide on the most common types of cake pans and their

Banoffee pie is a delicious British dessert that has been around for decades. It gets its name from the combination of toffee and banana, hence the word "banoffee." The bananas and whipped cream keep it light and fresh and not too heavy as a dessert to serve up to your guests. This pie is pretty simple to make, and it's a great recipe to make with your children as it doesn't require too many ingredients. I'll show you step-by-step instructions on creating this fantastic

Ghost meringue cookies are an easy and fun way to make any Halloween gathering more thrilling. They're an excellent project for kids, and they also make a lovely dessert for adults! All it takes are just egg whites and sugar to create a spooktacular Halloween treat. If you like in a hot and humid country like me, your meringue cookies may get sticky sometimes, so to avoid that, I want to make the cooked version over a hot water bath. It takes out the

Mixing up a batter of cake is not hard, but it can be frustrating if you're trying to measure out the ingredients. What are 2 cups of flour? What's the size of the cup I should use? How many tablespoons are in 3/4 cup? It's all too easy for these measurements to get messed up and the final result (a fluffy, delicious cake) could suffer because of it. Luckily there is an easy solution! For years I have kept on hand my recipes with

Do you love your pie? I'm going to give you the confidence and tools for making it. Then, you can fill yours with whatever flavor or fillings that will satisfy your heart's desires! Whether it's fruit, cream-filled, or a savory pie, I'll walk you through the dough technique so you have complete knowledge on how best to prepare it before filling up those sweet tarts. You can also try my recipe for a single-layer crust I used to create an apple galette here. And

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