It’s been a busy month, we started the garden, and things are starting to grow. We’ve had first radishes last week, there are some mini peppers on the plants, and so things are starting to look alive again. After a long winter it is a welcomed change.
In the month of May I also taught 2 Cookie Decorating Classes.
Another class will be held on June 26th, and all the details and how to sign up can be found over at The Craftery.
It’s a graduation season and a I made these graduation for a PennState Graduate.
I used an actual graduation cap for inspiration. My cookies are about 2.75-3inch so obviously I couldn’t fit all the details on there. I compromised and I used several patterns from the design that I really liked and I piped them onto the cookies.
An actual graduation cap used for inspiration
Follow my video and learn how to make these use a simple paper templates.
It took a me a while to join the latest food craze ” Food in Jars”. Seeing all the pretty cakes, pies or puddings in the jars made me want to try them myself. I couldn’t hold back any longer. There are hundreds of recipes you can use to make a dessert in a jar….
Over the years of baking I’ve learned quite a few things about myself, and one of them is that I have a soft spot for egg whites, to be more specific to whipped egg whites(although I enjoy an egg white omelette as well), who ever thought of beating air into the egg white was a…
Coffee Mascarpone Cream Recipe Coffee Beans, I used columbian coffee beans/whole beans/ Whipping cream Mascarpone cheese Vanilla sugar (if you don’t have vanilla sugar : use vanilla extract and granulated sugar/ For about 3 cups of filling you need: 1 1/2cup whipping cream 1 cup mascarpone cheese coffee beans…
When I hear the word mousse I think of airy, delicious, smooth, melt in your mouth dessert. I’ve seen these around for so long and finally…well it took me nearly 2 years to roll up mu sleeves and make my own mousse. I made some variations of it but never a real deal. Oh…