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Ainekset 300 g Marshmallows-vaahtokarkkeja 1 rkl vettä 500 g Dansukker Tomusokeria tai Dansukker Mansikanmakuista tomusokeria Laita vaahtokarkit ja vesi mikroaaltouunin kestävään leivontakulhoon. Sulata mikrossa puolen minuutin erissä muutaman minuutin ajan, välillä sekoitellen, kunnes vaahtokarkit ovat sulaneet kauttaaltaan.
All those kitchen appliances, taking up shelf space until the next time you’re craving waffles or dried fruit or sorbet. Isn’t there a way to employ them more often? We were inspired by a Chowhound post that asked for alternate uses for a waffle iron . As we researched, we found people who brew beer in coffee makers or cook fish in the dishwasher, but not every experiment was worth the time or effort. We came up with the following parameters: (1) the food should taste as good or better than when made in the conventional manner, (2) the cooking time should be equal to or shorter than normal, and (3) the method should use the appliance in a way that’s totally different from what it’s known for. Imagine our delight at seeing a soufflé rise up in the slow cooker, a frozen mixed drink take shape in the ice cream maker.
The very talented Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie is sharing this adorable idea mixing traditional Conversation Hearts and a Cookie! Here are the details… From Meaghan…. The idea of using crushed hearts to decorate cookies might be viewed as somehow contrary to the sentiment of Valentine’s day, but I see it differently. Why not benefit from the wonderful array of pretty colors inside a box of conversation hearts? Just be sure to leave at least one chosen heart safe and sound and unbroken one each cookie.
New to decorating? Help starts here! These basic instructions will guide you to decorating cakes, cupcakes, cookies and more like a pro. Icing Using the proper icing (frosting), made to the correct consistency, is essential for beautiful decorating. Create impressive and delicious desserts with these simple tips and techniques.
A couple weeks ago I posted 50 different things to do with mason jars ...though all the ideas were creative and fun, none of them had anything to do with food. I thought the whole concept of food in a jar deserved a post all of it's own. So this weeks Saturday Inspiration post is dedicated to all the glorious foods ... You can put in a jar: desserts in a jar, bread in a jar, appetizers in a jar, meals in a jar, drinks in a jar... I think you can pretty much put anything in jar and it instantly becomes a million times cuter! Now I want to save even more jars!
June 7th, 2011 As a kid, there was nothing that completed a summer day by the pool like the song of an approaching ice cream truck. While most of my friends would switch up their selections each time (between Astro Pops, Creamsicles and Klondike Bars), I’d always go with a Drumstick.
May 4th, 2010 · 48 Comments · Bread , COOK , MENU My love for flour tortillas goes way back. I have great memories of watching my grandmother and great-grandmother make huge batches of tortillas and cook them on an old wood-burning stove. Something about that stove seemed to add the perfect flavor to the tortilla and brown it in all of the right places. I’d anxiously wait while they patiently worked in batches to hand-pat each of the tortillas – there was no need for a press or rolling pin, they had years of experience. Trying not to be obvious, I’d mosey in and out of the kitchen carefully monitoring their work and waiting for any sign that I could dig in.
Celebrate Jello Week with these yummy treats! What kid could resist them? So cute! How fun would they be in a lunch box or for a holiday or party treat! You can do them in any color for any theme: red for Valentines, red and green for Christmas, orange for Halloween, green for St. Patricks, red and blue for 4th of July etc.
When choosing between Swiss and Italian Meringue Buttercreams, the latter is definitely the one I prefer. Although it contains the same ingredients, Italian Meringue Buttercream is more airy and light than Swiss, which is the way I like a frosting to be. Unfortunately, I think a lot of people are afraid of this recipe because it involves cooking sugar syrup.
I know how this looks. I know having a recipe for homemade sprinkles essentially brands me as some kinda baking weirdo, culinary elitist, or just someone with too much time on her hands. But it’s not like that. I’m not crazy.
Remember the strips of colored candy dots on paper? You would strip the candy off with your teeth, and end up with just a little bit of paper in your mouth? If you had siblings, you just might nibble the paper into a small weapon? (I wouldn’t do that, of course, but SOMEONE might). Well, that started me thinking.
Cinnamon Roll Pancakes Updated 9/22/11 to Add: If you’re coming here to sample these delicious Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, you just might like the latest recipe that I’ve posted for Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too. And Gingerbread- Cinnamon Roll Pancakes too. Enjoy! If you’ve ever thought you needed a reason to eat pancakes, today is the day: National Pancake Day . Eat a short stack for breakfast, enjoy them for lunch, or make a dinner out a manhole-sized pancake… guilt free… because you’re merely celebrating their existence.
It is no secret to anybody who knows me how much I love Godfather's Pizza's dessert pizza. When I was pregnant with my daughter, I remember begging my husband to drive an hour and a half south of our house to pick one up for me in 1 of the few remaining Godfather's Pizza's left in the state of Washington. When all of their restaurants within an hour of my house went out of business, I fell into the depths of despair and was quite certain that I would never taste it again. Today, I solved my problem.
What would you choose for dessert; a sugar cookie or a slice of chocolate cake? If you’re anything like me and those two items were in your home, the sugar cookies would be hanging around long after the chocolate cake was polished off. Don’t get me wrong, I do like sugar cookies, but love them… Not so much.
Fresh fruit with a splash of juice makes a fresh and healthy snack. Use whatever fruit you're heart desires. A perfect summer treat! These are so simple and so darn cute, my one year old probably had just as much fun playing with them as she did eating them. Super easy to make and no fancy gadgets required, you'll need small 5 oz disposable cups and some craft sticks. Frozen Fruit Pops Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1 pop • Old Points: 0 pt • Points Plus: 1 pts Calories: 32.1 • Fat: 0.2 g • Carb: 7.8 g • Fiber: 1.1 g • Protein: 0.4 g • Sugar: 5 g Sodium: 1.4 mg