Archive for the 'Desserts' Category

Traditional Christmas Cookie Recipes

By Patrick Carpen When the Christmas season hits, it seems like our bodies instinctively start craving the delicious treats of the season. The foods traditionally enjoyed around this time of year vary depending on your family’s traditions, but I think it’s safe to say that there are at least three types of cookie that most […]

Christmas Sweets For Grandkids

By Michael J. Parker Grandchildren are special. When they are born they give happiness and delight to all the adults that surround them. With their delicate little bodies and angelic faces, they capture everyone’s hearts and this does not stop until they grow bigger. Especially for grandparents, grandkids hold a special place in their hearts. […]

Sweet Hampers Sweet Treats For Grandparents and Kids

By Michael J. Parker Grandparents and grandchildren share a special bond. Despite the age difference, each is always excited and thrilled for the surprises and fun that each other brings. Grandparents are young once. During their childhood they also experienced fun and memorable times with their playmates and friends. These memories are surely filled with […]

Finding Cake Decorating Supplies Wholesale

By Kitwana Akil If you do a lot of baking or your business is baking and decorating cakes then one resource you need more than anything is a place to buy cake decorating supplies wholesale or at least at a really discounted price. The first place that I would look for wholesale supplies is eBay. […]

How to Make a Yummy Chocolate Spice Cake With Vanilla Glaze

By Linda Carol Wilson If you love chocolate cake you need to add this Chocolate Spice Cake to your recipe collection as one can never have too many chocolate cake recipes. This cake is different because of the spices–just enough to make it special without being overpowering. Surprise your family and friends with this different […]

Grandmas Banana Spice Cake With Sea Foam Frosting

By Shelly Hill Back in the early 1980’s my grandmother spent a Saturday afternoon teaching me how to make her banana spice cake. I am not sure why they call it sea-foam frosting, but I can tell you…it does taste delicious! What I really enjoy about this recipe is the right combination of sweet buttermilk, […]

Cake Baking Tips Frosting a Cake

By Joseph Devine Have you ever removed a great looking cake from the oven, only to have the frosting run or clump together and ruin its perfect appearance? Having those hours of hard work ruined by a seemingly simple final step can leave you feeling frustrated. Frosting a cake takes a practiced hand, but with […]

Apple Pie Americas Favorite Dessert

By Tom Lingle Apple pie is a year-round favorite dessert. Loved during the summer and fall when apples are in season, and during the holidays and winter when comfort foods are so often enjoyed. The perfect apple pie is different for everyone. Some are sweet, some are tart, some are saucy, some are firm, some […]

A Simple Flag Cake Idea You Can Make For the Fourth of July

By Mary Redfoot The Fourth Of July is right around the corner. Why not take this Flag Cake Idea and make something sweet. It isn’t difficult at all. Just bake a 9 x 13 cake. Flour the pan good to take out the cake. After it is baked, remove it from the pan and yes […]

What is Fondant? Can it Be Called Play Dough For the Cake Decorator?

By Mary Redfoot If you have seen cakes and ordered them you have probably heard the term. But what is fondant? Fondant is a sweet paste that you can color and roll. It is like the cake decorators play dough. If you have eaten a cake with fondant you know that it is very sweet […]