Desiree Smith

Colored Waffles for Brunch

August 26th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

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Got an early morning team practice? Maybe tailgating before a noon game? Or maybe you just want to liven up your brunch with these colored waffles. No matter the reason, it’s easy to show your team spirit using Color Right. Use the QuickCount color formulas to swirl color into waffle batter for delicious and colorful waffle dippers!
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Desiree Smith

Buffalo Chicken + Mini Apple Pies…at the Same Time!

August 25th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

GameTime_BlogImages-MiniBitesYou want to make a sweet snack…but you also want something savory and satisfying. Stop the clock. That’s right, you can whip up two delicious game time snacks in 1/2 the time. Serve savory and sweet game day snacks made using one pan. With the MVP Mega Mini Muffin Pan and our ½ Time Show recipe, you can make 24 Buffalo Chicken Bites & 24 Mini Apple Pies at the SAME TIME!

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Desiree Smith

5 Treats to Show Your Team Spirit

August 25th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

GameTime_BlogImages-5TeamSpiritTreatsWe’ve got spirit, yes we do! We’ve got spirit – how about you?! Whatever team you’re rooting for, it’s easy to show your support with treats that match the team colors. Pep rallies, homecoming games, fantasy football draft parties, Sunday football – there are plenty of occasions to show your team spirit with these treats.

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Desiree Smith

Make a Mega Nacho Spread

August 25th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

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Nachos are a quick and easy snack to make, and can be customized in so many ways! They’re definitely one of my favorite snacks – sometimes, they even serve as my entire meal. If you’re hosting a party or just having a few friends over for some Sunday football, this mega-sized cookie pan is all you need to make an incredible nacho spread. Here are two different recipes to try – one sweet and one savory!

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Lulette Gehron

How to Make Macarons

August 24th, 2016 by Lulette Gehron

How to Make MacaronsNo feet? Cracked top? Hollow shells? If you’ve ever made French macarons, chances are you’ve experienced one (or all) of these. But don’t fret, even professionals encounter difficulties from time to time. While these pretty cookies have been touted as one of the hardest confectioners to master, they are not impossible to make. Below are some tips that I’ve learned to help you make the perfect macarons. You may not become an expert overnight, but they will help lessen some frustrations when learning how to make macarons.

 

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Stephanie Michel

How to Make a Fruit Pie: Do’s and Don’ts

August 22nd, 2016 by Stephanie Michel

When the trees start to change colors and the air fills up with the cool, sweet smell of leaves then you know it’s officially fall. Fall is my absolute favorite season for many reasons – bonfires, sweater-weather, and of course, the kick-off to the holiday season. And nothing quite says holiday like the classic fruit pie! So this fall, when you get ready to make your next fruit pie, remember these do’s and don’ts.

Fruit Pie Do's & Don'ts

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Elizabeth Nelson

Pie 101: What Does Blind Bake Mean? (And Other Pie Terms)

August 18th, 2016 by Elizabeth Nelson

Ever wonder what it means to blind bake a pie? Here’s a quick glossary for some commonly-used pie terms and pan types.

Pie 101: Basic Pie Terms

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Julianne Bayer

No-Bake Peanut Butter S’mores Tart

August 10th, 2016 by Julianne Bayer

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Happy National S’mores Day! Can we all agree this is one of the best food holidays of the year? I practice for National S’mores Day by sharing all sorts of s’mores recipes throughout the year, so you have plenty to choose from, but today I am sharing a brand NEW s’mores recipes just for you.


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Joyce Balash

7 Delightful Caramel Apple Treats

August 9th, 2016 by Joyce Balash

Summer is not quite over, but I know I’m not the only one who is getting ready for fall! There are a lot of things to look forward to when fall rolls in: cooler days, back to school and sports are just a few. What I am most looking forward to would have to be the sweet treats; my favorite being caramel apples! Sneak a peek at these must-have caramel apple desserts before fall is in full swing.

7 Caramel Apple Treats

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Stephanie Michel

How to Store Leftover Icing and Fondant

August 3rd, 2016 by Stephanie Michel

BuIcSt30788 11You’ve just finished making another cake! You step back to look at your beautiful creation and let the feeling of accomplishment sink in. Then you look at your kitchen, as the next step is one of the most dreaded parts of cake decorating: the clean-up. While Wilton unfortunately cannot assist in cleaning your kitchen (believe me, I’ve asked!), we can help give you some tips on how to store leftover icing and fondant.

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