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You read correctly. It's a cupcake within a cupcake. ever since i watched INCEPTION, i've been finding as many new ways to show inception as possible. you have to get creative though.=] well here it is a cupcake inside a cupcake.=] hope you enjoy. ***as you can see, my frosting abilities are limited, but i say, "its what's on the inside that counts=]" Ingredients: 2 cake mix boxes (+eggs,oil, and water) food coloring of your choice frosting of your choice small cookie cutter cake pan cupcake pan
Scooch's chocolate tree instructable got me thinking. I wanted to make a chocolate tree with narrow branches, and I considered using modeling chocolate and dipping the branches in ice water. I don't like modeling chocolate.
With 3 layers of goodness this decadent dessert is part bar, part cookie and all delicious! This easy no-bake recipe has been copied and re-named countless times, and while the origin is sometimes contested it is widely accepted to have originated in Nanaimo, BC sometime around the 1950's. Hence the name, Nanaimo Bars. The original recipe has a base layer of chocolatey-graham crumbs, a middle layer of custard, then topped with chocolate. Since I'm not a huge fan of custard I modified the recipe to substitute the middle custard layer with peanut butter, along with some other minor tweaks to satisfy my nut obsession and make this recipe my own. If you're looking for the original recipe, you can check out the City of Nanaimo's website , which also includes some history behind this tasty tiered treat.
This is a fun, easy to make snack that everyone in the family will love. To make, you will need: Four 6oz packages of Jello (I prefer red, green, yellow, and orange)
Joconde cake Decorative paste: 3oz cake flour, sifted 1.25oz unsweetened cocoa powder, sifted 4oz butter, room temperature 4oz powdered sugar, sifted 1/2 cup egg whites, room temperature 1/2 tsp vanilla extract Joconde sponge: 2oz blanched ground almonds* 2oz powdered sugar 2oz flour 3 whole eggs 1 egg yolk 2 egg whites 1oz granulated sugar 1oz melted butter *You can make your own ground almonds by processing chopped almonds in a food processor until finely ground. Dark, Milk and White Chocolate Mousse Pate a bombe: 4oz granulated sugar 1oz glucose (corn syrup) 2oz water 3 eggs yolks
My mum loves anything lemon flavoured, so for her birthday I made an all out lemon fest. She had; lemon meringue pie, lemon biscuits, lemon mousse and this lemon ice cream. Most of the lemon ice cream recipes I found involved either really labour intensive mixtures which involved cooking a custard mix or they contained lots of unnecessary ingredients, which is why I came up with this.
This is a very simple and easy (well depends on how lazy you are) to make frozen dessert. If you want the recipe, paypal me $20....it's worth it. I won't charge this time, but next time I'm going to have to.... The story behind it all. I was looking in the freezer to see if we had any more ice cream left.
Make real ice cream in any diner style restaurant! This instructable is good for three situations: 1. Very late nights at Denny's, IHOP, or anyplace with half-n-half in little UHT plastic cups. 2. Entertaining kids 'bout 'old tymee heirloom' technology using salt 3. or When you really, really, want to do an instructable during your lunch break, but forget the CAD/CAM laser cutter back at the shop.
Try this homemade magic shell ice cream topping recipe, and be amazed at how simple and delicious (and customizable!) it is. Using only two ingredients, you can make a marvelous crispy chocolate coating for your ice cream. Stick with basic chocolate, or spice it up with any flavor combinations you can dream of. It's so easy and addictive, you won't be able to resist making up several batches and sharing them with your friends.