"Baking" Blogs & Blog Posts

All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

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

 
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...

 
Flour On My FaceFlour On My Face

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

 
Food SensationsFood Sensations

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

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

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

 
The Sweet SpotThe Sweet Spot

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

 
Kaye's PlaceKaye's Place

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

 


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Alcohol and baked goods: two great things that taste even better together. If you need a bit of kick in your cake, try these booze-filled sweets. Ranging from sweet and alcoholic cherry tartlets to the dark decadence of a irish cream brownie, these b...

Many recipes call for the nutty flavor of butter that's been slightly burned, often called brown or browned butter. You can make it on the stovetop, but the microwave takes less time and has less risk of overcooking.Read more...

Dietary restrictions may mean that you can't eat whatever you want, but that doesn't mean there aren't ways around your restriction. These are the best alternatives for flours and baking grains, sweeteners, oils, thickening agents, and proteins.Read...

How many pairs of fingerless mittens does a person need?  If you love them like I do, then apparently a lot of them!  They are cute, wearable, and are perfect for a climate like Southern California from early fall to late spring. What's not...

Fondant icing is the ingredient cake artists use to create their masterpieces. Grocery stores don't always carry it, though, and it's expensive if they do. Use some marshmallows and flavored gelatin instead and make your own.Read more...

Filed under: Consumer Goods, This Built America Mark Wilson/Getty ImagesCrane & Co., which was founded in 1801, has made the paper for U.S. currency since 1879. Many American businesses don't last long enough to celebrate a few years of operatio...

When you're baking a pie, one of the ways to jazz it up is by making various designs with the crust. This video from YouTuber Libbie Summers shows you 20 useful pie crimping techniques in just two minutes.Read more...