I thought I would put all my icing recipes into one spot. This icing I used on my 2013 Christmas cakes and used for batch of a gingerbread cupcakes to use the rest of the icing. A smooth cream cheese flavour.
For Easter dinner I had the inspiration (and craving) to make a Mounds Cake. Chocolate cake with heaps of coconut icing. I found a recipe for the icing on Sally’s Baking Addiction. I chose it as it seemed to make
The Hubby loves orange anything and randomly sends me recipes to try. The latest was an orange pound cake from Seasons and Suppers. I gave it a try, but as the one thing the Hubby loves more than orange anything,
Due to the extraordinary year it’s been, my birthday was a very quiet affair. Where we are, things weren’t super locked down and we were able to have 2 couples over for a visit. I didn’t feel like doing a
I went on a bit of cooking and baking bender this weekend. I start pulling out cookbooks and get in a mood where I want to try everything. Today’s experiment was a chocolate pecan pie from The Ghiradelli Chocolate Cookbook.
I popped into a second-hand book store the other day on search for a book that our pupper had gotten hold of. They didn’t have the book I was looking for, so I wandered over to the cookbooks section. I
I originally had a different recipe up for honeycomb (seafoam) from a time when I was watching an episode of The Incredible Spice Men, on which they were making chocolate and cardamom mousse cake with honeycomb. But due to the
I had a good handful of the chocolate eggs that I wanted to use up in one fell swoop so they wouldn’t hang around and be tempting. Luckily, I found this recipe for chocolate pound cake, that didn’t use sour
Rumballs are a Christmas staple in my house. Easy to make, delectable, and always a hit for giving away as presents or at Christmas parties. The chocolate ones are actually a family recipe of a friend. Our friends had ladies in their family