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nevver:

Teabag Cookies
Feb 28

nevver:

Teabag Cookies

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healthyfitandskinny:

SHE found first what I was baking : Chocolate chips cookies  The healthy kind of course. Since I’m PMSing, I needed a little guilt-free treat to eat :) I used my famous oatmeal cookies recipe to bake them and added semi-sweet chocolate chips.
Updates : So so good, already had two (oopsies !)
Mar 4

healthyfitandskinny:

SHE found first what I was baking : Chocolate chips cookies  The healthy kind of course. Since I’m PMSing, I needed a little guilt-free treat to eat :) I used my famous oatmeal cookies recipe to bake them and added semi-sweet chocolate chips.

Updates : So so good, already had two (oopsies !)

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elizabethofsherwood:

I want to make these next year when I host the Unofficial Oscar’s Club’s Academy Awards Party!
Mar 5

elizabethofsherwood:

I want to make these next year when I host the Unofficial Oscar’s Club’s Academy Awards Party!

jiayikins:

Strawberry Macarons
I did some digging and found a recipe for some delicious Strawberry Macarons. I’m actually not a huge fan of Macarons, I more like looking at them… but I am a huge fan of strawberry.
Anyhow you’ll want:
1 Cup Almond Flour
1 Cup confectioner’s sugar - Normal sugar is fine in my opinion
2 egg whites - leave them in an open container overnight in the fridge or 2-3 hours at room temperature before using
1/2 Cup granulated sugar
1-2 Tbsp of strawberry essence
1-2 drops pink food coloring - Natural would be best
1. So you can use a food processor, blender or just your mighty strong arms to mix together the almond flour, confectioner’s sugar. Do note that if you’re using a food processor or blender it will come out finely ground and much smoother than if you’re using your strength. A way you could make it more finely ground if not using any electronic equipment is to crush the ingredients up very well first before mixing.Now sift the mixture around 4 times.
2. In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites until they foam. Again something electronic would make it considerably easier.Gradually add the granulated sugar little by little until all the sugar is dissolved. Keep beating the egg whites until it’s thick and glossy. Then stir in the strawberry essence and food coloring. 
3. Add in about half of the almond mixture to the egg white mixture. Start stirring as you add in more of the almond mixture until you get a thick, glossy, grainy mixture.When you tilt the bowl, the mixture should slowly slide down the sides or when scooped up, the mixture It should fall in a thick ribbon that holds its shape on the surface of the mixture for a second or two, and then slowly “melts” back into the bowl.
4. Grab a pasty bag fitted with a round tip and fill with the mixture, and pipe 1 inch circles, 2 centimeters apart on lined baking trays.Allow the macarons to set a bit at room temperature for 2-3 hours. This is the most important part in order to achieve a smooth top and ruffled bottom.
5. Set your oven to 250°C and bake the cookies for 10-12 minutes. Keep checking because you don’t want them to turn brown.
6. When they’re done, let them cool completely on the baking sheets. Gently twist each cookie half to release it from the baking sheet. Fill cookies with strawberry cream or anything else to your preference.
Mar 6

jiayikins:

Strawberry Macarons


I did some digging and found a recipe for some delicious Strawberry Macarons. I’m actually not a huge fan of Macarons, I more like looking at them… but I am a huge fan of strawberry.

Anyhow you’ll want:

  • 1 Cup Almond Flour
  • 1 Cup confectioner’s sugar - Normal sugar is fine in my opinion
  • 2 egg whites - leave them in an open container overnight in the fridge or 2-3 hours at room temperature before using
  • 1/2 Cup granulated sugar
  • 1-2 Tbsp of strawberry essence
  • 1-2 drops pink food coloring - Natural would be best

1. So you can use a food processor, blender or just your mighty strong arms to mix together the almond flour, confectioner’s sugar. Do note that if you’re using a food processor or blender it will come out finely ground and much smoother than if you’re using your strength. A way you could make it more finely ground if not using any electronic equipment is to crush the ingredients up very well first before mixing.
Now sift the mixture around 4 times.

2. In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites until they foam. Again something electronic would make it considerably easier.
Gradually add the granulated sugar little by little until all the sugar is dissolved. Keep beating the egg whites until it’s thick and glossy. Then stir in the strawberry essence and food coloring. 

3. Add in about half of the almond mixture to the egg white mixture. Start stirring as you add in more of the almond mixture until you get a thick, glossy, grainy mixture.
When you tilt the bowl, the mixture should slowly slide down the sides or when scooped up, the mixture It should fall in a thick ribbon that holds its shape on the surface of the mixture for a second or two, and then slowly “melts” back into the bowl.

4. Grab a pasty bag fitted with a round tip and fill with the mixture, and pipe 1 inch circles, 2 centimeters apart on lined baking trays.
Allow the macarons to set a bit at room temperature for 2-3 hours. This is the most important part in order to achieve a smooth top and ruffled bottom.

5. Set your oven to 250°C and bake the cookies for 10-12 minutes. Keep checking because you don’t want them to turn brown.

6. When they’re done, let them cool completely on the baking sheets. Gently twist each cookie half to release it from the baking sheet. Fill cookies with strawberry cream or anything else to your preference.

ucouco:

Whoopie Pie! :)
Mar 6

ucouco:

Whoopie Pie! :)

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Mar 7

xxmayzii:

yummy!! I’ve come to the conclusion that I bake too much haha