Just wanted to warn you so you can slow down a lil and pay a lil extra attention? I think it’s worth it :D and the video is pretty cool too (at least I think so)
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infinitomasdos asked: Hi! I have a question about the No Crack Cheesecake! recipe. I'm not sure if I can find sour cream in my country, is it the same as crème frâiche or is it ok to use that instead?
Hi doll, Here is a better alternative for you, This one is made with Creme Fraiche
Use that recipe but use the technique of the no crack tutorial I posted so it comes out perfect with no cracks.
I’ll break them down for you:
1) Is to search for recipes by name, flavor, ingredients, color etc etc
2) FAQs - frequently asked questions already answered, so I don’t have to keep answering the same questions over and over.
3) Q&A- Questions/answers I receive that I answer publicly (questions I find others can comment on/learn from). If you don’t hear from me privately, your answers are under this public link.
4) Recent Recipes - Just recipes without picture tutorials
5) Food DIY - Recipes with lots of picture tutorials/help/details (not just a recipe/ingredient list)
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I made a little song for you… goes like this… no, no, no, nope… nope… la la la la la nooo nooooooo no… nooooooooooo
SING ALONG EVERYBODY!!! lol
lameoolovefoshoo asked: I know this is late, but I made the Chocolate Lasagna and my girlfriend loved it. I kinda made it twice, the first fell on the floor as I was making it. But it's easy and simple to make (:
thanks for sharing! that’s awesome! (not that it fell) but awesome that you liked the recipe to at least try it again :)
myfeelingsandviews asked: I made these white chocolate strawberry cupcakes today, substituting the raspberries in the original recipe for strawberries and although they were a bit rough and crumbly, they tasted good. Usually I bake stuff out of boxes, but I was inspired by your blog and my mom loved them! I'm not sure why, but I felt the need to share that.. Happy Mother's Day!
I’m so glad you shared this! I love it when my followers stop using cake mix and make things from scratch!
That’s the whole point of my blog - to inspire others to be creative in the kitchen… I’m so glad you were inspired :)
You guys inspire me all the time too. I love hearing from you guys and Happy Mother’s Day to you too!
and don’t worry, as you keep practicing you will get better at baking :) I’m sure the cupcakes were delissssh!
spindlewinter asked: Today, I baked a batch of oat-y blueberry cookies, following the recipe as much as I could with what I could buy (my oven didn't go up as high as it wanted so I baked them at 250 degrees, I replaced brown sugar with white and I had no baking soda) and they ended up as blackened carbon lumps! And they were going to be a present! What happened, was it my oven or my ingredients?
When it comes to baking you really can’t ‘follow a recipe as best as you can’. Unlike cooking, baking is a SCIENCE. In cooking you can take this and that out and add a little of xyz and it might not effect the recipe, in baking this is a big no no.
Baking is just like one of those high school science experiments you did at school. It’s about combining ingredients to get a reaction (the reaction being an amazing dessert).
When a recipe calls to mix one ingredient with another and THEN mix those ingredients with the rest, it’s for a a reason… to get the chemistry correct for the recipe to work.
My suggestion is to pick a really good recipe and FOLLOW IT PERFECTLY.
Once you get experience baking you’ll know more of the science behind certain recipes and you’ll be able to switch up ingredients then, but for now stick to the recipe as best as possible **and make sure you have the correct measuring utensils (wet vs dry measuring cups etc)
PS the comments below about fahrenheit to celsius are correct
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mcpennyart asked: Remember me? I baked those kitkat brownies (turned out great) and now I have made chocolate chip cookie dough truffles and GOSH DARN IT! They are so tasty! I made them to celebrate that I qualified for Stockholm Film School! I'M SO HAPPY, A FUTURE PLANNED AND MY BELLY FULL OF TRUFFLES!
oh that’s lovely!!! Congrats on getting into film school!! :)
1)awww thank you doll so glad you like the mother’s day recipes! :)
2) yes! They are all under my mother’s day tag under my search recipes link
3) you like my funny side?!?!
and we are now official BFFs
and OMG I think the cast of glee approves!!!!
rainydays5484 asked: I need to get off your blog because I just had my wisdom teeth out and therefore cannot make/eat any of this deliciousness.
good lawwwwd…wut?… u aint got no teethez!?!? po’ baby! :(
lily--flower asked: I'm having this going away party for myself and the theme is an outdoor movie night. Could you recommend some snack suggestions? Thank you
Here are some 1950s inspired cupcakes, and movie related too :)
easyobsession asked: Hi! I adopted a soldier currently serving overseas and I was wondering if you had any good recipes that I could make to send over without going bad. Any suggestions? :)
That’s really a lovely thing you’re doing. You must be an amazing person :) Here are some ideas I have, hope you and he/she likes them:
I think these are really amazing recipes/tutorials!
update*** here is an old answer that might help too:
parsnipsandplaybills asked: I love that you're now posting a bunch of things from Glorious Treats – I love her blog! :)
I know! It’s the perfect name for their blog…they truly have glorious treats! Thank you doll <333