There is so much candy available on the market, why would anyone buy Sixlets? Even in the category of gluten free products, you can always buy M&Ms. Sixlets are widely known as "a crappy version of M&Ms," which isn't UN-true, but Sixlets also manage to bring the yuck in their own unique way.
I have been studiously ignoring Tic Tacs for most of my adult life. But I was persuaded to try them again by this mind-bending discovery someone posted online: that little divot inside the flip-up lid? It is the exact size of a Tic Tac, In other words, the package was designed as an actual dispenser. This is big news to those of us who customarily eat Tic Tacs by shaking the box upside down over our mouths.
My favorite quick party dessert is the classic cupcake. You can make them in any flavor, and their single-serving size makes them perfect for sharing with others. No more messy cutting or sliding layers. Plus, they are just so much fun to eat! I've never met a person who didn't smile when you hand them this fresh, home-baked treat.
Unfortunately, I've also had my ups and downs with cupcakes. When I first started baking, they never came out right. While the actual cake tasted great, the little suckers always stuck to the wrappers. No one likes to eat paper with their chocolate cake. How can you avoid this?
I have been catching up on Mad Men recently, so you must forgive me if I am late to the party on this one. In a dinner party scene, mention is made of a "pineapple pine nut pie." I was intrigued, as well as confused.
If you're like me, then you are always looking for ways to eat healthy, without giving up taste. As a baker, it is especially important that I'm still able to indulge in my favorite treats while I'm watching my figure.
Most recipes call for the use of eggs. They are needed as a binding and leavening agent in baked goods. Unfortunately, eggs are also full of saturated fat and cholesterol. Thankfully, there are many substitutes you can use if you want to make a healthier dessert that is still delicious.