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 Libertad Aparicio in Bolivia.
My name is Libertad Aparicio and my company is Arpo LTDA. It’s a family business and we have sold Wilton products since 1977. It was very tough at first to introduce Wilton products to the country, but now that people are familiar with the brand, they feel very happy to use them. My daughter Rocio Aparicio and I teach Wilton Method classes throughout the country with huge success. I have won several awards in cake contests and I was a two-time gold medal winner at the Javit Center of New York.
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 Annett Schröder in Germany.
The German season for Christmas sweets starts early. In some stores you will find the first Gingerbread cookies appearing in late summer. But when days start to get shorter and it gets colder outside in autumn, families really start to prepare for the season. On the 6th of December, when Santa Claus comes into our houses, children place their boots for Santa to fill them with sweets. In these days baking is the most popular family event. You can enjoy the smell of baked cookies and Christmas cakes in all the kitchens. When family and friends come to visit on the weekends in December before the Christmas holidays, lovely decorated sweets are the eye catchers on German tables.
Cheers! The weekend is almost here, and one way to add some fun to your party plans is by doing some boozy baking! Add an extra shot of liquor to any of these cupcakes with these Shot Top Flavor Infusers. At least one of these recipes is sure to wet your whistle. Sorry kids…these cupcakes for adults only!
We’re moving right along through pie season, sharing plenty of tips on how to make the perfect pie and ideas for meal and pie pairings. If you still want to satisfy your pie craving but don’t feel like making a traditional pie, check out these 11 recipes for mini pies and hand pies.
When I invite people over for dinner or plan a family meal, I often approach the menu backwards…what’s for dessert? That’s just my inner sweet tooth driving the get-together, but I often bake a pie or tart to feature seasonal ingredients that I want to share while they are at their peak. It keeps family and friends sitting at the dinner table as long as possible, sharing stories, sipping wine or coffee. However, to make menu planning a little easier and frankly more “straight forward,” here is a primer on matching some of our best Wilton main dishes to favorite pies, marrying flavors and textures to make simple meals worth repeating or improvising to suit your taste and pantry.
Do you believe in ghosts? No matter your answer to that question, I think we can all agree these ghost treats are ones you’ll want to haunt your Halloween party spread. Add a little spookiness to your sweets with these 10 ghoulish ghost treats.