Today’s treat is brought to you from June. I was so excited to get this recipe book for my birthday because I had wanted it for YEARS. As in, back when the Fudgelet was a baby. But it’s all good because I have it now and I started baking out of it right away. I noticed that many of the recipes make big batches of treats, so you will find me making half recipes, like I did here. Instead of making two loaves, I just made one, which is plenty for us.Continue reading
I kept seeing airy cheesecakes that were super fluffy and I finally decided to try making one. It was easier than I thought and turned out well!
This might not quite count as a Wayback Wednesday post, but recently I wanted to make a flourless chocolate cake and remembered one I made years ago from Tartine Bakery. I was wondering how much these recipes compared to each other. The recipe I am comparing it to is called Chocolate Cloud Cake from Genius Desserts.
Today I am sharing the recipes for the cakes I used, but the main key is the design (although the cakes were also super delicious and stayed that way for a week). I found this really fun to make. It was easier than doing fancy frosting designs.
For the Chiplet’s birthday, there was no shortage of treats.
One of the best parts is that he could have all of the treats. The only thing he couldn’t eat was the popcorn just because he isn’t big enough yet for that, but everything else was fine.
While preparing for the Chiplet’s birthday, I did lots of decorating and need to share two major takeaways.