#Confectioners Sugar

Mont Blanc (French Recipe)

This is one of the most popular desserts in France, especially the one that you can consume in Louvre, in the famous ‘La Mason Angelica’ café prepared by the chef Sebastian Bauer. Interesting and delicious!. Here is the recipe:. Ingredients:. For the meringue(s):. 4 egg white, room temperature. A pinch...
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Bourbon Recipe: Bourbon Marshmallows

Ooey gooey goodness with a healthy measure of bourbon, that’s what these bourbon marshmallows are. This recipe comes from our colleague in Napa, CA – Rachel Hensley – and was based on an Alton Brown recipe. Rachel also advocates using this marshmallow crème to make “rice whiskey treats” – an adult version of that favorite childhood snack.
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Ultimate Brooklyn Blackout Cupcakes

These Brooklyn blackout cupcakes are one of the most popular sweet treats in many exclusive restaurants. Moist, rich, creamy and very delicious, now you can make these cute chocolate cupcakes at home. Try the recipe:. Servings 24 cupcakes. Ingredients:. For the filling:. 1/2 cup granulated sugar. 2 ½ tablespoons cornstarch.
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A Thorough Guide to the 12 Most Popular Types of Frosting

If you’ve done your fair share of baking, you may already know that there are many types of frosting. However, that doesn’t mean you know all of them or what sets each one apart. Many baking recipes require some sort of frosting, and they taste that much better when you make it from scratch. Prepare yourself for your next sweet endeavor or Christmas cookie marathon by learning a little bit about all of the different frosting types and why icing is a whole different ball game.

Running Low on Ingredients Mid-Bake? These Substitutes for Powdered Sugar Can Help

Many desserts and baking recipes involve powdered sugar, or confectioners' sugar as we like to call it. If you encounter this ingredient and don’t have any lying around, don’t panic! We’re here to help you find a powdered sugar substitute without going to the store, so you can get your homemade treats done in time for that bake sale, birthday party or holiday celebration.

Recipe: Almond Cranberry Cake

Nikki Anderson shared with us her sweet homemade delights and has given us a few of her own personal recipes. This recipe is for what she calls “Santa’s Nice List”, Almond Cranberry Cake with vanilla buttercream. Read her story as a self-employed home baker here as you enjoy! Happy Holidays!

Festive Almond Swiss Roll

Light, airy, and full of delicious flavor, this Almond Swiss Roll is a treat for all of your senses. This dessert recipe makes a delicious and unique holiday treat. You are in for a treat today! This Almond Swiss Roll is one of the best desserts I’ve made in a long time. If you’re a fan of almonds, this is the dessert for you.

5 Best Meringue Powder Substitutes (Glossy Icing, Guaranteed)

Royal icing is the glaze that makes sugar cookies look beautiful for holidays. They’re what allows you to transform basic sugar cookies into iced pumpkins, snowflakes, Easter eggs, and Christmas trees. Making royal icing is simple and calls for only a few ingredients, but one of those ingredients is a bit unusual, especially if you’re not a regular home baker—it’s meringue powder! Meringue powder can easily be found in craft stores, big box retailers, and many grocery stores, but if you decide to bake a batch of sugar cookies on a whim in the middle of a blizzard, you may peer in your pantry and find that you’re out of meringue powder (or maybe you never had it in the first place). There are several ways to go about replacing meringue powder, all without having to put your snow boots on. Here are our go-to meringue powder substitutes.

The perfect cookie recipes that will have Santa coming back for seconds

The holidays are fast approaching; here are a few cookie recipes sure to make Santa come back for seconds. Add chocolate chips, unsweetened chocolate, and butter into a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high, stirring every 20 seconds until melted and smooth. Set aside to cool. In a mixing bowl, whisk...

Eggnog Cookies

Eggnog cookies with a sweet eggnog glaze are deliciously sweet, tender, crispy cut-out cookies to please those eggnog-loving friends and family!. These eggnog cookies will even please those who don’t enjoy eggnog. I am one of those people who doesn’t drink eggnog but love the flavor in other baked goods. My favorite holiday treat is an eggnog latte!


Butterhorns fall into two camps: savory or sweet. These are the latter, filled with a tender mince of nuts and topped with an almond-flavored frosting. Sweet butterhorns are a favorite of the in-house bakeries at the Bavarian Inn and Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth, the two big all-you-can-eat chicken dinner restaurants in Frankenmuth, Mich. This recipe comes from Dorothy Zehnder, a founder of the Bavarian Inn. Tucking in the corners of each butterhorn before rolling helps contain the filling during baking. —Sara Bonisteel.

Chocolate Linzer Cookies

These gorgeous cocoa-rich Linzer cookies receive a sweet boost from both C&H® Golden Brown Sugar and C&H® Granulated Sugar. Sandwiched together with a tangy Cream Cheese Frosting, the cookies get a final snowy dusting of C&H® Confectioners Sugar for a wintry holiday finish. Chocolate Linzer Cookies. Ingredients. ½ cup (113...

The Best Holiday Cookies

Our favorite Christmas-cookie testers are at it again. You might remember reading about friends Adele Bentsen and Kathryn Wilson in last December’s The Great Cookie Tin Bake-Off: Two friends and their Christmas quest. Adele and Kathryn shared their favorite Christmas-cookie recipes, all of which went through rigorous testing before they made the cut to give in tins to friends and family.

Ginger Molasses Whoopie Pies

This ginger molasses whoopie pie recipe is going to be a new favorite cookie recipe. It is made with chew ginger cookie and a fluffy cream cheese filling that is to die for. They are great for a special treat or a great addition to a Christmas cookie tin. Looking...
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Family Life | The 12 dishes of Christmas: A stress-free dinner dressed to impress

It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas. The holiday season isn’t just filled with the sights and sounds that can only be seen in this most wonderful time of the year, but for a chef, it’s a great time of the calendar because it means smells of spices, baked goods, cookies and country hams. It’s the best of aromatic times.

Change Up Your Donut By Changing the Sugar

The type of sugar you roll your donut in makes all the difference. Ever since we posted our Yeshiva Donuts back in 2018, they’ve been a runaway favorite by our readers – and in our own homes. Every Chanukah, we make a batch or three. Last year was no different. Except we had a British friend drop in just while we were dusting them with confectioners sugar.

Chess Squares

This post may contain affiliate links. See my privacy policy for details. Chess Squares are an easy and amazing dessert. Creamy, crunchy, and smooth, they are some of the best things to come out of the South recipe-wise!. For a classic pie version of this recipe, why not make a...