We teamed up with Nielsen-Massey Vanillas and popular baking instructor Jenny McCoy to bring you this extra-sweet treat! Follow along as Jenny guides you step by step to make four flavorful recipes: Lemon-almond cream scones, mini mint chocolate chip bundt cakes, raspberry-rose water refrigerator jam, and vanilla bean gelato.
Eating healthier doesn't have to be a bore. By making simple substitutions in your baking recipes, you can bump up the nutrition and lower the cholesterol and fat content without sacrificing any flavor at all. This is what they call "having your cake and eating it too," right?
Once you learn to bake croissants, you'll never use store-bought again. Sure, these flaky French pastries are a bit of a time commitment, but as professional baker Colette Christian demonstrates in her class Classic Croissants: Modern Techniques, the payoff is so, so worth it.
Food.Eats.Kid. is a demonstrative cooking show for kids, fronted by Top Chef Junior finalist Milo Fleming and focused on simple foods that kids love. With a tone that's equal parts informative and absurd, our show will help kids master the basics of cooking and make them laugh with an approach that is smart, informative, and delightfully bizarre. The goals are to help kids make real foods that they aspire to cook and to make kids laugh with an approach that's totally unique.
These fun Christmas tree cupcakes have a secret: there's an ice cream cone under there! That means you get to make a big splash at the holiday party with remarkably little stress. Just grab a few fun supplies, scoop up some shredded coconut and let it snow!
It's a boy! It's a girl! It's a cake pop! Gender-reveal baby showers are about to get even more fun. The white candy coating on these retro-style cake pops keeps the big secret until everyone's ready to take a bite.
Making your own extracts is pretty much a zero-skill DIY (if you can operate the lid to a jar, you're there). And the results can be WAY more flavorful and interesting than the stuff you'd buy at the store. All you need is some jars, alcohol and whatever flavors are calling to you. Putting these mixtures together literally takes just minutes — but keep in mind many homemade extracts need up to a couple of months to develop full flavor. Once ready to use, they keep for months, too.
Don’t let this radical design freak you out — creating a tie-dye cake (inside and out!) is way easier than it looks. If you’re newer to covering cakes with fondant, this is the perfect time to try it out. All that crazy color will definitely mask any bumps or bubbles.