Brownies are a classic American treat that everyone enjoys and wants to make for the next birthday party or family get together. Brownies are super dense, chocolaty, and delicious, residing closer to the cookie family than the cake family. Brownies usually call for about half the flour, and twice the cocoa as cake and that is one reason we love them so much!
Following a vegan diet or avoiding eggs for other reasons doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy cookies! There are tons of substitutes out there that eliminate eggs without compromising on taste. These egg substitutes will have you munching on cookies more frequently!
We recently looked at The Many Uses of Nut Filling, and found that Nut filling can be used in a wide variety of delicious treats! We have also found five women who have recipes flaunting different types of nut fillings including almonds, walnuts, pecans, and peanuts! Try these beautiful dishes next time you’re in the mood for a unique dessert!
Nut filling and paste can be made with many different kinds of nuts. From peanuts to walnuts, pecans, cashews, and almonds there is a flavor out there for everyone! With all types of nuts recently being praised for their health benefits, there’s no wonder people love baking with them. The sweet, nutty flavor of nut filling makes some of the most heartwarming dishes around!
Whipping eggs is a simple procedure that every chef should be able to do! By using simple kitchen tools, we will show you exactly how to whip eggs to perfection! Whipping egg whites is useful in baking, and creates fluffier breads, cakes, and desserts than with non-whipped egg whites. Everyone wants light, fluffy cakes so let’s get started!
Step 1: Prepare.
Make sure you are well-prepared to whip your eggs! You’ll need:
After focusing on the basics of cracking an egg earlier this week, let's turn to a more advanced technique today and learn how to crack an egg with one hand.
Cracking an egg with one hand is tricky, but being able to do it will save you time, as well as impress your friends. As with everything, practice makes perfect!
Cracking an egg is something that every cook should know how to do! Since eggs are used in cakes, cookies, breads, and simply eaten plain you’ll find yourself in a sticky situation if you can’t crack an egg. No one likes shell in their egg, so this method will help eliminate that, and leave you with perfect baked goods!
Step One: Grab egg firmly in hand. Your thumb, index, and middle finger should cradle the egg.