I do most of the cooking in our house, but baking recipes are the ones that bring Jack and me together. If you have kids, easy baking recipes are a great way to get them into the kitchen. Let them stir together brownies and lick the spoon or decorate a batch of cookies with bright sprinkles and frosting. The process might be messy, but the results will be delicious nonetheless. I hope these 25 easy baking recipes inspire you to set yourself a new cooking challenge, just for the fun of it, or to spend a few hours in the kitchen with someone you care about.
Fourth of July Cake
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Each type of frosting has its place, time, and dedicated fan base. Read on to discover the best frosting recipes, plus a few go-to cake fillings for all of your homemade layer cakes. Perhaps the simplest of all frostings is this uncooked, powdered-sugar-sweetened version of buttercream. Pastry chef and cookbook author Stella Parks discovered that using powdered sugar cut with tapioca starch—as opposed to a cornstarch—is better for this type of frosting. The tapioca starch dissolves more readily, helping the frosting thicken and giving it a better texture.
Grandma's Zucchini Cake
Impressive Desserts. Read full article. Recipe: Key Lime Icebox Cake. For bars: When making dessert bars in a 13x9-inch pan, or even a square pan, line the pan with aluminum foil. You've made your impressive Michelin-star chef-approved comfort dish , but now how about a deliciously sweet chaser to nibble on while stuck at home?.
Variation: Simply frost the cake with all the icing and sprinkle raspberries and blueberries randomly and generously all over the cake. This is the most delicious and splash-making cake you could possibly cook for your Fourth of July festivities. And I know you can do even better than I did. The cake itself, really, is the star here…not the decorations. I love her.