I’m Lizzy from Your Cup of Cake and I am so happy to be guest posting again for Jamie! I have been waiting and waiting for October to roll around so I could finally bust out my Halloween decorations and start drowning myself in pumpkin desserts and caramel apples! It’s officially here! I’ve been busy […]
It’s Bake for Good Month at King Arthur Flour! Join us and pledge to Bake an Impact. To kick off this new celebration, we invited Carey Underwood, King Arthur Flour’s Director of Mission-Driven Partnerships and Programs, to share why this program is so important to us. At King Arthur Flour, we love to bake — […]
As you may know, I’ve made many curries before (see them here here and here), but this may very well be my favorite. Yes, big statement, but very true. Plus, this is a 1-pot, 30-minute recipe that screams comfort food and fall and all of the cozy things. You know how I feel about fall.
I have a major confession to make. Up until recently, like very very recently, I was NOT a huge caramel lover. In fact, I didn’t even really… like it. Well. That’s a semi-lie, because when I was a kid, I was obsessed with all things caramel. I was a freak over those caramello candy bars […]
I recently tried doing an elimination diet; emphasis on the “tried.” I think I lasted about 1 week, but one food I did manage to do was avoid soy. During that time I discovered a way to do Asian food without tamari or soy sauce. Exciting, right? Allow me to demonstrate. A local grocery store in Portland has […]
Fruity Pebbles Whoopie Pies are a playful spin on a classic dessert. Marshmallow buttercream and Fruity Pebbles “sprinkles” make them irresistible. If you’re a regular reader, you know that my husband is pretty much the pickiest eater that I’ve ever encountered. He’s not super keen on sweets (crazy, right?) and most vegetables are a no-go.
Look at this baby. What I’ve deemed as one of the ugliest dishes I’ve ever made also turns out to be one of the most delicious. And one of the easiest! I swear. It’s made for your Monday. ONE POT. One pot you guys, that it’s. Err, should I say, one PAN.
Bake for good isn’t just an empty phrase here at King Arthur Flour. It’s something we do constantly, baking and sharing with one another, our local food pantry, and our fellow citizens at regular meals for the hungry. And we’ll be stepping up our efforts next month, since October is Bake for Good Month. Baking […]
Consider this my healthier, vegan homage to a cheesy broccoli rice casserole. However, I don’t like the words “casserole” or “hot dish.” Hearing them conjures up images of church basements and mystery potlucks. So instead, why don’t we call this a bake?
Through a clever bit of kitchen magic, pudding cakes create their own sauce as they bake. They’re transformed from ordinary cake batter to surprising, saucy delight. You can bake them as one large cake, or in individual dishes. These self-saucing sweets combine the very best parts of cake and pudding in one creative dessert.