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The Secret Ingredient Swap To Make Your Desserts Less Sweet

You'll get even more flavor, too!
Sugar plays a big role in your desserts. It not only offers sweetness, but it also gives moisture and stability to your baked goods. That's because sugar is a wet ingredient, not a dry ingredient. For example, if you remove the sugar in a chocolate ...

This Is How You Can Tell If Your Cheesecake Is Baked Through

Knowing when to take the cheesecake out of the oven is a skill you’ll need to learn.
If you love cheesecakes, there are good reasons why you should be baking cheesecakes at home. Here are a few: You know exactly what goes into your cheesecake. You don’t have to be stingy about ingredients and can use the best quality ...

This Is Why You Should Be Chilling Your Cookie Dough Overnight

You’ll be surprised what a difference it makes!
Did you know that chilling cookie dough before baking makes a big difference? It is standard procedure when making cookies, especially when making crinkles, sugar cookies, and chocolate chip cookies. Chilling solidifies the butter or shortening used in the dough so the consistency of ...

Sweet Cheats for Making Fuss-Free Desserts

Who said desserts had to be difficult?
We get it: desserts, in all their perfectly frosted-ness and fluffy cakey-ness, can be intimidating if you are a novice home cook or baker. However, there are a lot of hacks out there that make desserts easier to whip up—and quite a ...
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