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    What To Do With Overcooked Brownies

    Did you accidently overcook your brownies? Are they dry or crunchy? Don’t throw them away just yet! There are a number of ways you can use your overcooked brownies and you will learn all the ways below. Things to Do with Dry Brownies Nobody likes wasting food so if your brownies were cooked too long […] More

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    Ladyfingers vs Margherite Cookies

    I’m often asked if margherite cookies can be used in place of ladyfingers when making tiramisu. And if you’ve been wondering what the difference is between ladyfingers and margherites then you will find all the answers right here. Ladyfingers are a sponge like cookie that is traditionally used to make tiramisu but is also used […] More

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    Does Brownie Mix Go Bad? What You Need To Know

    Do you have an old box of brownie mix and want to know if it’s safe to eat? It’s a good question and one we will answer in this article. It’s important to know how to tell if your brownie mix has gone bad in order to prevent consuming spoiled brownies. And you will learn […] More

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    How To Bake Cookies Without A Cookie Sheet

    If you want to bake cookies but you don’t have a cookie sheet no need to fear! There are multiple options for baking cookies without a cookie sheet and you will find all the alternatives here. Whether your cookie sheets are dirty or you loaned them out, there are enough other cookie baking options that […] More

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    Blood Orange Substitutes (How To Use Them)

    Blood oranges are my favorite type of orange and I use them for everything from smoothies, mixed drinks, dessert and more. But if you are all out of blood oranges, or they’re not in season, no need to fear! There are a number of substitutes you can use no matter what you are making. The […] More

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    Substitutes For Plum Extract (Japanese Apricots)

    Are you making a recipe that calls for plum extract but don’t have any and cannot find it at your store? No need to worry, there are great options you can use as a substitute no matter what you are making. Plum extract is called Japanese apricots in some recipes but we are talking about […] More

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    How To Heat Up Funnel Cake

    Do you have funnel cake that you want to reheat? I’ve heard some say that heating up funnel cake is tricky, but it’s super simple and effective when you use the method in this article. One of the best parts about funnel cake is it’s crispy texture when it’s fresh. But if you have some […] More

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    Quark vs Cottage Cheese

    If you are wondering what the difference is between quark cheese and cottage cheese then you will find everything you need to know in this article. Both of these types of cheeses are popular and at times are confused for one another. But quark and cottage cheese are not the same thing. Understanding the difference […] More

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    Cacao Butter vs Cocoa Butter

    Cocoa butter and cacao butter are names for the same thing. Even though both names use the word butter, there is no dairy in it and they are vegan friendly. Cacao butter and cocoa butter are also known as thebroma oil and can be found in dessert and savory dishes as well as beauty products. […] More

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    Coconut Butter vs Coconut Oil

    Coconut butter and coconut oil are both popular products used in all sorts of cooking and baking recipes. Both of these products are produced from coconut and offer similar flavor and aroma. But there are some key differences that will effect when you use them. Coconut oil is widely popular but coconut butter is a […] More

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    How To Dry Cranberries (Simple Method)

    Growing up my family made a yearly pilgrimage to visit family in rural Wisconsin. And one of my favorite parts of our time there was helping my mother and aunt dry fresh cranberries. Cranberries were, and still are, a staple in the kitchens of my family. The tart and sweet flavor is a wonderful addition […] More

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    How To Reheat Ganache

    Ganache is rich and creamy and perfect as a frosting or filling for all types of baked recipes. From cakes and cupcakes, to tarts and dipping fruit, ganache is versatile and simple to make. But how do you reheat ganache? It is very important to properly reheat ganache in order to maintain it’s decadent flavor […] More

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