You probably have all of the ingredients for this cake in your house at this very moment.
These adorable little mummy cupcakes don’t take much more time that just frosting a regular batch of cupcakes, but the fun/cool factor is extremely high.
Some people have very firm opinions (slight pun, slightly intended – stay with me) about which apples to use in pies, crisps, and other baked goods. I don’t. I like to use a mixture when possible to give every bite a slightly different twist, and I like to use apples that are more tart than …
A sheet of pre-made puff pastry plus a handful of just-ripe pears turns into this.
Two layers make up one amazing brownie. A fudgy chocolate layer on the bottom, and a blondie layer with Butterfinger baking bits on the top.
As the holidays draw near, I feel like I have two sticks of butter softening on my counter at all times, and I’m always on the verge of preheating my oven to 350°F to make cookies. But also as the holidays draw near, the oven is in high demand, perhaps employed in roasting squash or …
Chunks of crystallized ginger and choocolate give this banana bread tons of personality.
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