"Baking" Blogs & Blog Posts

Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 
Kaye's PlaceKaye's Place

Great food blog that is awesome for beginners- resipes are simple & eas...

 
The Sweet SpotThe Sweet Spot

Food blog with lots of cakes, desserts, ice cream, cookies and Chinese food...

 
Food SensationsFood Sensations

I'm no chef and certainly not a professional cook, but I bake and cook...

 
and then I do the dishesand then I do the dishes

A blog about food kept up by a full-time mom of three, with one too many ho...

 
All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

This is a family blog where I do my best to discover happiness and beauty i...

 
Flour On My FaceFlour On My Face

Come visit me in the kitchen where I love to cook and bake.

 


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These Milk Chocolate and Fudge Cookies make the perfect after school snack for hungry kids. My lot are usually starving when they get home from school, especially if they've had after school sports clubs (here it's swimming on Mondays, football on We...

It's my birthday on Wednesday and I'm trying (and failing) to get excited about it. I used to envy my best friend with a birthday in June as celebrations usually involved garden parties, BBQ's, outdoor games... and when we were older, cider fuelled b...

Tahini is a sesame paste most commonly used in hummus, baba ghanoush, and salad dressings, but it can add moisture and nutty goodness to a whole variety of sweets.Read more...

Cheesecakes and custard-based pies are prone to condensation, especially if you don’t let them cool completely before wrapping and chilling. There is however and elegant solution involving a not so elegant item, and that item is toilet paper.Read m...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcI9iU98olk&feature=youtu.be Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, storied nerd piemaker, created this fluorescing Tron pie, doped with tonic water for extra UV-reacting goodness.

I bought this adjustable thickness rolling pin for my mother last year and she told me it is excellent. I just bought one for our home, too. It's a long wooden rolling pin with removable discs of different diameters so you can make dough 1/16, 1/6, 1...

The best toast starts with the best bread, but bakery-fresh or homemade bread has a tendency to stale and mold more quickly than the pre-sliced bag stuff. To get really good toast everyday without wasting a single crumb, slice, then freeze a fresh, w...