How do i cut out a number like this?
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by /u/Mindless_Security805
8h ago
Any help appreciated! submitted by /u/Mindless_Security805 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Sequence of addition of ingredients & effects
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by /u/yhcp18
19h ago
Hello! I tried to replicate a banana cake from one of my favourite bakeries - generally I would describe the cake to be fluffy and soft but not too dry. I followed this recipe first, but I found it strange that oil was added last. The taste was great and I loved the crispy exterior, but it was lacking in terms of its height and fluffiness. Then I decided to a second recipe but using the exact same ingredients as the first (only followed the method and sequence in the second recipe). The difference is that, the second recipe separates the egg whites from the yolk. I thought that this would mak ..read more
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Raspberry dark chocolate banana bread.
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by /u/HanktheDogMarktheMan
19h ago
https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/dark-chocolate-chip-raspberry-banana-bread/ submitted by /u/HanktheDogMarktheMan [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Homemade Dark chocolate chip and coconut cookies!
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by /u/GamerNautt
20h ago
I think they came out a bit puffy, but they tastes really good, like a Mounds candy bar. submitted by /u/GamerNautt [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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French Silk Cake Roll
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by /u/Morgalyse77
22h ago
French Silk Cake Roll is a decadent dessert that combines the rich creaminess of French silk pie filling with a light and fluffy cake roll. It’s a stunning dessert that’s perfect for special occasions or whenever you’re craving something indulgent. Here’s how to make it: Ingredients: For the Chocolate Cake: 4 large eggs, separated 3/4 cup granulated sugar, divided 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt For the French Silk Filling: 1 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate, melted an ..read more
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My 2nd attempt at cake plops. The chocolate dip turned out much nicer this time!
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by /u/rhokephsteelhoof
1d ago
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What did i do wrong? Supposed to be marbled banana bread
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by /u/olieb0l
1d ago
Added: 5 overripe bananas 5 tbs oil 100g sugar Pinch of salt 380g flour Vanilla extract Bit of Coco powder to half the batter+bit of milk submitted by /u/olieb0l [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Mods please remove if not allowed, but -
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by /u/fuck_peeps_not_sheep
1d ago
This subreddit is for noob bakers, and it's incredibly disheartening to see posts like "my first bread ever!" or "my first cake" and seeing something show room quality, if your proud say your proud but nobody gets results like that without practice. Try "my first bread useing [type] method" or "my first cake decorating following tutorials online". I can't be the only one feeling like I shouldn't even try after skiing all these "first try" posts that are not first trys at all and don't give full context. Sorry for the ramble but curious if you agree? submitted by /u/fuck_peeps_not_sheep [visi ..read more
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My first cake
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by /u/Lonelygirltfb
1d ago
Lol Surprise doll cake for my daughters 5th birthday , this is my first "professional" cake ? submitted by /u/Lonelygirltfb [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Hi there!! I just baked my first cake (a banana cake) and I need your help ?
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by /u/Dizzy_DurianLady
1d ago
This is what my banana bread looks like. The first picture is how it came out to be. The second picture is the bottom of it (the middle is quite soggy). And the last one is the inside (the middle part is underbaked). Regardlessly, the bread tastes amazing and the texture of the fully-baked part is really nice, i love it. I baked this in the air fryer at 160C in 22 minutes, but it seems like it was not enough :( Can u tell me what’s wrong and how to fix it? Thanks :) submitted by /u/Dizzy_DurianLady [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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