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Smoothie Bowls | Passion 4 baking :::GET INSPIRED:::

Smoothie bowls for breakfast on a Sunday, can it get any better?I love the freshness and the consistent of these Smoothie bowls, and the endless variation how you can make these with different flavors.Top these smoothie bowls with anything you love. If you are making a smoothie without too much liquids, …

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How to Make a Great Christmas Cookie Tin

Building the ideal holiday cookie tin is not unlike making a recipe: it’s equal parts art and science. The key is to have balanced flavors, colors and textures, use fresh cookies, and arrange them just so, so nothing breaks while in transit. (Note: If your tin is too big or …

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Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream (No Machine)

This is by far the simplest and fastest vanilla ice cream you can ever make ♥It is delicious and with this vanilla ice-cream base you can make all kind of flavors.It was Nigella Lawson that came up with the original idea of using, sweetened condensed milk in her coffee ice-cream years …

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Cranberry-Apple Pie Recipe | Williams-Sonoma Taste

Using our holly wreath piecrust cutter results in a pie that’s pretty enough to play a starring role on your holiday table. If you like ginger, add 1/2 tsp. ground ginger along with the cinnamon. Sprinkling a bit of turbinado or other coarse sugar on the top crust after brushing it …

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Swedish Midsummer, Strawberry Cream Cake

This Friday it´s Midsummer’s Eve, in Sweden which is one of the most celebrated holidays in Sweden.Midsummer’s is the night to stay up all night its sunlight almost 24 hours in some parts of the country!We eat good food and spend time with family and friends.For desserts, nothing beats a …

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How to Bake a Cake in a Bundt Pan

Want a gorgeous-looking baked dessert that feels fancy but doesn’t require a lot of fuss? Then bake a Bundt cake. These German-inspired, ring-shaped cakes are incredibly simple—no layers, crumb coats or frosting required!—and all you need is a molded Bundt pan. Follow our tips (and watch our video below!) for your best Bundt cake ever. …

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VANILLA WAFERS + VIDEO | Passion 4 baking :::GET INSPIRED:::

I love vanilla wafers! They are the most delicious cookies ever.The only problem is you cannot stop eating these once you make them.They are so addicting! You won’t want to go back to store-bought vanilla wafers after making these. VANILLA WAFERS (Yields: 20-25 cookies) 225 GRAM SUPERFINE OR GRANULATED SUGAR 4 …

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Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Baking Gifts for Mother’s Day

Sarah Michelle Gellar. Photo credit: Gretchen Easton   Sarah Michelle Gellar knows that a lively kitchen is the key to a happy family. She may have become a household name thanks to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but more recently she’s been busy with her two-year-old lifestyle brand and baking company, Foodstirs, and a …

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Lemon Meringue Ice Cream (No Machine)

This is by far my favorite Ice-Cream flavor.♥I have always loved the combination of lemon curd, and fluff, too turn this flavors into an ice-cream and add homemade vanilla wafers, makes this ice-cream irresistible and my number #2 flavor, on my list, of favorite ice-cream flavors. My number #1 Ice-Cream …

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Must-Make Spring Dessert Recipe | Williams Sonoma Taste

This rhubarb pie, which is topped with crunchy oat-based streusel, is the season’s must-make dessert. Whether you decide to go with a strawberry-rhubarb combination, all rhubarb or even all berries, this pie is one sweet way to celebrate spring and its sweet fruits.   Strawberry-Rhubarb Crumble Pie   Ingredients   …

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