Just received a pudding mold, anything I should keep in mind about using it? I've heard one should make an Xmas pudding months in advance - do I start now? Other questions as well! [more inside]
posted by miltthetank
on Sep 15, 2014 -
Your favorite icebox cakes / put everything in a baking dish and let it sit in the refrigerator and get really delicious-type cakes? Let me have them so I don't have to turn my oven on this summer. [more inside]
posted by kerning
on Jun 20, 2014 -
I have a Duncan Hines Angel Food cake mix that is several years old and a non-working oven. Can I make cake or something like it? [more inside]
posted by Wordwoman
on Jan 31, 2014 -
My friend does a ramen night every so often, where he makes ramen completely from scratch. I'm often tasked with dessert because I'm a blogger and baker... I've already made plenty of desserts with black sesame and green tea so I want to try something new.
I have taro powder and was originally going to do something with taro and coconut. I already even made taro marshmallows.
But then I remembered that I had bought a bag of kinako/soybean flour some time ago and I should use it... I found a recipe for a kinako chiffon cake but would an ice cream be better? [more inside]
posted by picarosado
on Nov 10, 2013 -
silicone mold at the thrift store today. My guess is it's for making some sort of fruit-filled baked dessert. I'm imagining something similar to a strawberry shortcake. What is it for? [more inside]
posted by aniola
on Jun 7, 2013 -
The majority of my friends are in medical school and are graduating this year. I'm a baker and wanted to give them all small gifts that are cute/tasty/medical or graduation-related. The only thing I could think of is decorated cookies (I do shortbread or brownie cookies) but any suggestions on shapes? Nothing too complicated, please! [more inside]
posted by picarosado
on Mar 29, 2013 -
Throw me some dessert recipes or ideas that are not only delicious, but involved to make - lots of time required, or lots of steps, or lots of ingredients, whatever. As long as they're yummy and a bit out of the ordinary. [more inside]
posted by Stacey
on Nov 17, 2012 -
I want to create new family food traditions for the holidays. What are some of your favorite recipes that only get made around this time of year? Due to a new Celiac diagnosis this year, I need to expand my repertoire (and we're bored). [more inside]
posted by kinetic
on Dec 6, 2011 -
My attempt at making a diet chocolate creme recipe resulted in tasty chocolate soup. Where did I go wrong? [more inside]
posted by Kronur
on May 4, 2011 -
I'm looking for some good recipes for gluten-free and sugar-free cakes or similar desserts to make and bring to my university department's weekly cake devouring event. I'm an American in the UK, if that's at all relevant.
posted by iamkimiam
on Jan 20, 2011 -
When I lived in France, I used to make a super easy, delicious cake for the kids that involved using a container of yogurt and then measuring all the other ingredients using that container of yogurt. I've totally forgotten how to make this now. Anyone know what I'm talking about or where to find a recipe?
posted by logic vs love
on Oct 20, 2010 -
Dessert wine + x
= "This is so awesome I won't move halfway across the country after all!" Some help, please, MeFi foodies? [more inside]
posted by EvaDestruction
on Jun 10, 2010 -
My lovely castle cake pan is sadly suffering from disuse. Help me out with your favorite bundt cake recipes and glazes. [more inside]
posted by misha
on Sep 28, 2009 -
How can I bring homemade white chocolate cupcake toppers cross-country without melting or breaking them? [more inside]
posted by Meg_Murry
on Sep 9, 2009 -
I'm looking for fat-free (or super low-fat, like under a gram per reasonably-sized serving) recipes for baked goods that you've personally made and enjoyed. Cookies, cakes, quick breads, etc. are all fair game. Bonus points for chocolate stuff. [more inside]
posted by vytae
on Jul 9, 2009 -
Where can I purchase the best fake cake (and fake food in general) for a fake feast fit for queens and kings? [more inside]
posted by allisonrae
on Jan 28, 2009 -
I'm looking to cook some desserts and mail them across the county but I've never mailed baked things before so I have a few questions. [more inside]
posted by nadawi
on Aug 14, 2007 -
What are the finest mail-order food goods available at reasonable prices? I'm talking best bread, brownies, cakes, fruits, frozen pizzas, cookies -- any recommendations for extraordinary food at not-exhorbitant rates.
posted by shivohum
on Feb 6, 2007 -
I believe that Bajan Black Cake is a traditional holiday treat. I sampled some last year and was immediately hooked.
I considered making my own (http://www.visitbarbados.org/explore/black.aspx) this year, but am beginning to think I don't have the time.
Where can I find an authentic version in NYC?
posted by NYCinephile
on Nov 12, 2006 -
Aside from buying the ingredients and making them myself, where would one go to buy chocolate dipped strawberries in Southern California - preferably in the San Fernando Valley? There are countless companies who will ship these to me but I need them for Tuesday evening and with the holiday today that makes shipping, sadly, impossible...
posted by MarkBakalor
on Jul 4, 2005 -
A room-mate, on a recent trip to Japan, brought back some little snacks. One of them has piqued my interest, but I have no way of identifying it. [more inside]
posted by itchie
on Jun 2, 2005 -
Mail Order Cheesecake? My girlfriend really likes pumpkin cognac cheesecake. Unfortunately, the store that sells it here is going out of business. I'm a horrible baker and I can't find much on Google. Is there a baker (preferably online) that would mail delicious cheesecake to Tulsa, OK?
posted by theFlyingSquirrel
on Jan 14, 2005 -