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    8 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    This is when you run out of cake flour. I use this all the time. No need to buy cake flour anymore.

    Recipe #424532

    2 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    We’ve all been there. Mid-recipe you realize that the ingredients call for buttermilk and there’s none in the refrigerator. No one wants to make a special trip to the grocery store for just one item, so you have to make do with a substitute.

    Recipe #458851

    2 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    If you have an immersion blender, this is a great time to use it and save yourself energy. Finally, the recipe suggests you preheat your oven before you begin. For me, this led to an oven running at 400 degrees for an hour. But some ovens take longer than others to preheat; if yours is one of them, turn it on when the recipe suggests. If not, find a time 20 minutes or so before you need to bake it.

    Recipe #461219

    1 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    Delicious recipe. Well worth the effort.

    Recipe #422139

    1 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    Yummy homemade cream soda....

    Recipe #459276

    1 Reviews |  By Xabbyy

    This recipe comes from ATK and it is soooo good. It's not runny or super thick. Just right. Four pounds of frozen sliced peaches can be substituted for fresh; there is no need to defrost them. Start step 2 when the peaches are almost done.

    Recipe #432691

    Avocado is a fruit, and it gives this silky treat a wonderful colour, not to mention a gorgeous texture, thanks to its fat content. You can add nuts and other fruits. I got this from Jamie Oliver's website. Soooo good.

    Recipe #421836

    I got this recipe from Smitten Kitchen. It is the best vanilla birthday cake I have ever had. It is soooooo buttery and not too sweet. I make this cake for almost every occasion.

    Recipe #424524

    Another great recipe from ATK. Do not use frozen blueberries they will make the filling too watery. You will need a clean kitchen towel for this recipe

    Recipe #432425

    Do ahead: Creamed spinach can be made one day ahead and chilled, covered then reheated over moderately low heat until hot. However, it really tastes best eaten immediately.

    Recipe #461218

    Delicious recipe and the great part is that there is no MSG, excess salt and fat....

    Recipe #459307

    These delicious peanut flavored muffins Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips. They make a perfect afternoon treat. Soooooo good.

    Recipe #420441

    This a recipe I got from chefclassrecipes.com it is soooo good. The brandy sauce is optional. I usually omit it, but, I did try it and it's delicious.

    Recipe #424523

    I loooove this recipe.... I make cake pops out of them... Soooo good.... ***Note: For the cake to have the proper rise and color, you must use natural cocoa powder; do not substitute Dutch-processed cocoa. *** ***Note: Do not use low-fat or nonfat cream cheese or the frosting will turn out too soupy to work with. This frosting has a softer, looser texture than other frostings; it won't work with a three-layer cake. If the frosting becomes too soft to work with, let it chill in the refrigerator until firm.*** ***To make ahead*** The frosting can be refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Let the frosting stand at room temperature until slightly softened, about 1 hour, then whip with an electric mixer on medium speed until smooth, about 2 minutes.***

    Recipe #460930


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