I think it’s funny how messes (such as the caramel spill) are regarded as aesthetically pleasing in pictures but in reality you’d be bothered by it
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I refuse to become one of those students who only subsist on top ramen, so yeah, learning to cook it is. [Here](http:[email protected]/sets/72157634301812657/) are a few more things my roommate and I have made together over the past couple of months. Hopefully they’re as inspirational
It sounds pretty good, but I’m not sure how the hot matcha sauce (at least with out being a bit creamy) would work out. Otherwise, it’s quite pretty.
I don’t think I’ve ever had baklava without pistachios, but that looks amazing nonetheless. Granted, that’s a toooon of pistachios.
Ah so sorry! I had linked it in the Imgur photo but sometimes people can’t see it for some reason. Here: http://www.spachethespatula.com/butterfinger-cookie-sandwiches/
From the bottom up: Cake base Chocolate Mousse Milk Chocolate Praline Discs Caramel, Vanilla and Chocolate Ganache Chocolate and Hazelnut Dacquoise Chocolate Caramel Cream Dark Chocolate Top Disc Hot Chocolate Sauce
Those are my kind of cookies: they exist, don’t they? 😛 I’ll eat any cookie and gladly accept it for what it is. I was just reminded of that picture of several cookies which had been baked with different changes to the recipe, that’s
True, it was created in Spain… And Spain kinda sorta conquered Mexico so yeah. Spanish isn’t Mexican but we Mexicans speak it anyway, funny thing! We have churros too and for some reason they’ve become more of a Mexican thing rather than a Spanish
This looks and sounds absolutely amazing! I’m going to have to make a crude version of this, I’ve really been wanting a reason to make lemon curd lately!
It’s meringue, nice and crispy on the outside but the inside was perfect.. a bit sticky so it all held together.
Baked apples are a common dessert (in the US, but I couldn’t imagine them being unheard of in other places), and can be topped with anything from streusel to ice cream :] delicious, and can be healthier than apple pie.
Those pink frosted sprinkled ones up top are positively Simpsonian! Excellent title choice. What in the heck is going on with that one in the bottom right corner though?
I had to take a break from studying… so good they shortened my attention span
I’m almost positive that The Georgia Diner gets their desserts from Alpine Bakery in Alpharetta, that definitely looks like Alpine’s chocolate mousse cake. Yes, I recognize it from the picture, I’m a frequent consumer of that delicious cake.
That’s correct. It’s too bad the dry ice evaporation effect lasts about 2 minutes before completely dissipating. It’s just an aesthetic effect, isn’t meant to provide any real cooling effect, but looks pretty badass in photos.
Annd here’s the recipe **(printable version here, also with more photos: http://www.spachethespatula.com/blue-velvet-white-chocolate-chip-cookies/)**: **Ingredients:** * 2 and 1/4 cups all-purpose flour * 2 and 1/2 tbsp cocoa powder * 1 and 1/2 tsp cornstarch * 1/2 tsp salt * 8 tbsp (1 stick) unsalted butter
Actually that depends from where you are. In the UK and Austrailia cornflour is the same as what we call cornstarch in the US, but here we have an entirely different product called cornflour. Here Corn flour is just very finely ground corn meal,
Not OP, but buttercream is a type of frosting. There’s a couple different styles, but this looks like American buttercream, which is usually just softened butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and a small amount of milk or heavy cream, creamed together in a mixing
Man I want to try one of these. I just looked it up on the [interwebs](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dobos_torte) and it sounds delicious.
So I made this today and it turned out fantastic. The recipe makes ALOT of cheesecake and its very rich. So worth though!
I’ve had this a few times and honestly, although it is delicious, it’s missing something. It feels like it’s a disappointing waffle. The ingredients are unique & very ‘Japanese’ in flavour, but it lacks that satisfying crunch of a perfectly cooked waffle lol
[Here’s an album of the baking and frosting process](http://imgur.com/a/iT0eB). This is the recipe I used: **For the cake** * ½ cup sugar * 7 tablespoons all purpose flour * 3 tablespoons Scharffen Berger cocoa powder * ¼ teaspoon baking powder * ¼ teaspoon baking
Well as you can see they are all cut into different shapes or formed differently, and some have walnuts or almonds instead of pistachios. One kind was made with maple syrup instead of honey (maybe this is a travesty but we are in Canada
Are you talking about the green candies? The recipe notes suggest white chocolate with green food coloring and peppermint as an alternative.