Brighten up your baking with one of these tangy lemon recipes!
What does your astrological sign have to say about your dessert preference? Take a look below and see what your dessert sign is…based on sweets, not stars!
There’s no need to chase rainbows for St. Patrick’s Day dessert ideas – we’ve gathered up a pot full of gold recipes for you here! Check out these incredibly delicious St. Paddy’s Day sweets.
Which of these would be the perfect finishing touch to any dessert? Find out what your sprinkle style says about you, and shop your sprinkle style here!
It’s all about attention to detail for you, especially when it comes to decorating. When you add a few dashes of these colorful nonpareils, it makes your baked creations even more beautiful. You take pride in your work and love being complimented on a job well done. Being a little bit of a perfectionist is what makes you so good at whatever you do.
“Shimmy Me with Jimmies!”
Be it rainbow or traditional chocolate sprinkles, if jimmies are your favorite, chances are you’re a creature of comfort. You don’t like fussing around with a bunch of tools and ingredients…a simple cake with a dash of sprinkles will do just fine! For you, decorating should be easy, breezy, lemon squeezy!
Happy New Year! Out with the old, in with the new – and that goes for your bakeware, too. Worn out and beat up bakeware can lead to burnt cookies and uneven baking, among other issues. Here’s when it’s time to replace your bakeware:
- Scratching: If your non-stick pan is badly scratched, it may still be usable; although it will not be as non-stick. If the coating is scratched to the point that it is actually chipping or peeling off, then it’s time to replace.
- Warping: If your pan is warped – bent or twisted out of shape – pick up a new one. Warping can when pans are exposed to high heat. You may hear a popping sound from your oven as the molecules in the pan expand due to the heat. This is normal, but some thinner materials may not recover from the stress. Avoid moving pans from one temperature extreme to another – for example, don’t take a hot pan from the oven and run it under cool water.
- Build-up: Are you finding your muffin pans, loaf pans or other bakeware have residue caked on them? Over time, oils and other materials can build up on your bakeware. If your build-up goes beyond some slight staining, it’s time to toss them.
We’re celebrating Christmas with our Wilton friends all over the globe! In our Christmas Around the World Series, a guest contributor will share their favorite Christmas recipe and story with you. Today’s story comes from Dália Marques in Portgual.
The Christmas celebrations in Portugal are very important and the sweet treats that are typical of this holiday are usually available at the start of December. Sweets like Bolo-Rei or Pão de Ló can be found at every bakery all over the country by this time. We have a rich history of traditional sweets, and although each region has its own traditions regarding sweets, one thing everybody can be sure of when eating one: they are very rich in eggs and sugar and absolutely delicious!
We’re celebrating Christmas with our Wilton friends all over the globe! In our Christmas Around the World Series, a guest contributor will share their favorite Christmas recipe and story with you. Today’s story comes from Nardy Montesdeoca in Spain.
Macarons…their origin is French, but for me they are always a reminder that Christmas is coming.
We’re celebrating Christmas with our Wilton friends all over the globe! In our Christmas Around the World Series, a guest contributor will share their favorite Christmas recipe and story with you. Today’s story comes from Patricia Paredes in Paraguay.
For me, Christmas is finding oneself. It’s a time to reflect and a time to share with the family. Let’s share Christmas Eve with the best wishes of abundance and prosperity. We always get together to prepare our best recipes and the sweet bread is a dessert we cannot miss!