How to make edible paints for kids.
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by Angie
2w ago
If you're looking for a creative project with your little ones and want to play or draw with paints without the risk of them eating the real thing, then why not try your hand at making some edible paints? They are super easy to make, dry well, taste okay if your little munchkins decide to eat everything and are a fun way to spend an afternoon. You only need a few ingredients; everyone can join in with the mixing process, and then you can let your creativity run wild... Read more ..read more
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What can i substitute butter for in cake?
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by laflamme472
3w ago
Hey guys, Recently got into baking and ive been wanting to practice more, most recipes ive found lately call for butter but lets be honest butter aint as cheap as it used to be lol! Ive been baking a lot and if i was to start using butter in every recipe id be looking at 1-2 whole brick of butter per week just for baking Can i substitute butter for oil or will that completely ruin my recipes (if so whats the ratio that i should use)? And If i can't substitute with oil what can i use that... Read more ..read more
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8 inch x 2 inch recipe needed please
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by DawnzCreationz
1M ago
Hello! I am new here and needing a complete recipe from ingredients to directions for a Victorian sponge cake that would work for two 8”x2” deep cake pans. They are dark nonstick. I have never made this type of cake before so any tips or tricks would be great! Thank you for any help ..read more
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BSG - Branch Mini Dems
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by Angie
1M ago
This month's BSG branch meeting was all about the mini dems' whoop whoop. As I've said before, this is one of my favourite meetings, as we learn many different skills and techniques in one go. The great thing is all the demonstrators have individual skill sets, so there's always something to learn or discover. Each topper is a shape, so once you've got that down, the rest of the piece is down to personal touches. Nicola made this fabulous Kawaii-themed Bacon on Toast with tomato ketchup... Read more ..read more
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Easy Sunflower Cupcake Toppers
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by Angie
1M ago
Seeing as it's the season for sowing sunflower seeds (say that fast, lol), I thought it would be a good idea to make the edible kind for you to have a go at. These bright, jolly flowers are something that have eluded me when making the plant kind, so I thought it best to make some edible ones instead. As you can see, you only need three colours, that's even if you want to include the background and leaves. You will also need a couple of tools and cutters too. They are a fun... Read more ..read more
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Madeira Golden Wholegrain Half and Half Cake
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by Angie
1M ago
Sticking with the healthier bakes again, I have opted to use Marriage's Golden Wholegrain Flour this time to see how it fared against the Allinson's Wholemeal Flour I have been experimenting with. Upon opening the golden flour, I noticed it had a crumblier texture to that of the whole grain. So, with that in mind, I decided to make a Madeira cake, which is my go-to when making celebration birthday cakes. (I was hoping I could create a healthier version). Again, using my... Read more ..read more
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Nutella Nests
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by Angie
2M ago
Here is a tutorial showing you how to make these delicious Nutella Nests. Great for Easter, they're made from Nutella, Puff Pastry, and Mini Eggs. They're quick and easy to make and great fun to have with the kids. To make the Nutella Nests, you will need to do the following:​ Preheat the oven to: Conventional Oven 220°C Fan Assisted - 200°C - Middle Shelf/ Shelf 3 Gas Mark 7 Note: Depending on size, these take... Read more ..read more
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Madeira Golden Wholegrain Cake
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by Angie
2M ago
Sticking with the healthier bakes again, I have opted to use Marriage's Golden Wholegrain Flour this time to see how it fared against the Allinson's Wholemeal Flour I have been experimenting with. Upon opening the golden flour, I noticed it had a crumblier texture to that of the whole grain. So, with that in mind, I decided to make a Madeira cake, which is my go-to when making celebration birthday cakes. (I was hoping I could create a healthier version). Again, using my... Read more ..read more
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Lemon Wholemeal Half and Half Squares Bars
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by Angie
2M ago
Introducing another addition to my half-and-half cake series - Lemon Square Bars. These delightful citrus-infused square/bars ooze lemon flavours and are complemented by the generous incorporation of milk in the recipe. The result? They have a wonderfully airy texture similar to that of a très leches cake, although not as wet. Infused with vibrant lemon notes in every bite, the bars remained fresh days after slicing. This citrus creation not only delights the taste buds but... Read more ..read more
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Black, Silver and Grey Tin Tips
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by Angie
2M ago
Over the years, I have accumulated quite a collection of cake, cupcake, and loaf tins in an array of shapes, sizes, and colours. So, it's worth mentioning that the colour/hue of your tins can have a predominant effect on your overall bake. Understanding how these tins interact with the batter during the baking process is essential for achieving the desired results, as the colour of your tin can significantly impact your final bake. If you think about it, it's much the same as... Read more ..read more
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