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  • Caramel Squares

    Caramel Squares

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    These caramels are easy and are the perfect hostess gift for your next party or for a holiday gift! You can omit the chocolate and just have wonderful caramels or you can dip in dark, milk or white chocolate and sprinkle the tops with sea salt. Make a batch during the holiday season, place in small candy boxes and your shopping is complete.
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    White Chocolate Raspberry Charlotte

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    Charlottes make for a very sophisticated dessert presentation. This recipe is no exception with its raspberry swirled vanilla sponge cake dome, filled with velvety white chocolate mousse. However, don’t let appearances fool you - the preparation is surprisingly easy. This cake is best made the day before serving so you can cross it off of your to-do list the day of your event.
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    Strawberry Cake

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    This strawberry cake is not made with Jell-o or food coloring so don’t be surprised when it comes out of the oven and is not bright pink. This cake still packs a mean strawberry kick. The top of the cake does not dome and the crumb is very tender due to the amount of fruit preserve and fresh fruit. Add a layer of jam between layers or in the center of the cupcake and top with a delicious whipped cream frosting to really capture the lightness of the crumb.
  • Snickerdoodle Cookies

    Snickerdoodle Cookies

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    This recipe uses the simplest ingredients, but it’s almost impossible to eat just one snickerdoodle. The edges are wonderfully crisp while the inside is soft and chewy. Although similar to a sugar cookie, the snickerdoodle is rolled in cinnamon sugar just before baking, giving the outside a dark crackled top.
  • Peanut Butter Cookies - 1

    Peanut Butter Cookies

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    Old-fashioned and irresistible is what comes to mind when eating a peanut butter cookie. They have a great balance of sweet to salt and crispy to tender texture. These golden-blonde peanut butter cookies are the perfect after school treat.
  • Lemon Curd

    Lemon Curd

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    Lemon Curd can be used for many things in the pastry kitchen. It works beautifully as a filling for cakes and pies, layered in a glass with berries and cream or even just as a spread on toasted brioche. If Meyer Lemons are available in your area try using those for a sweeter, rounder taste.
  • Knot Cookie

    Knot Cookies

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    Traditionally these Italian cookies are fried but this version is baked. Less mess, less clean up and a bit healthier, too! What more could you ask for?
  • Ginger Molasses Cookie

    Ginger Molasses Cookies

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    These ginger molasses cookies are highly addictive. Sugar coated with rich spicy flavor and a soft and chewy texture make these cookies hard to resist. For added crunch roll the cookies in Turbinado sugar instead of granulated sugar.
  • Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies

    Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    The double chocolate chip cookie is a cookie for chocolate lovers. The perfect way to end a long work week is with a rich, decadent double chocolate cookie and an ice cold glass of milk. There is no better way to unwind from a hectic week and start your relaxing weekend.
  • Creme Fraiche Cream Cheese Frosting

    Crème Fraiche-Spiked Cream Cheese Frosting / Filling

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    This is a twist on a classic cream cheese frosting/filling. With the addition of crème fraiche you get an extra tangy frosting and the addition of heavy cream lightens up the usually heavy frosting. Get creative and substitute half of the cream cheese for goat cheese to complement a carrot cake or red velvet cake.
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    Carrot Cake

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    You either love it or you hate it but carrot cake is never going out of style. One bite of this cake just might win you over if you are not a fan of carrot cake. It’s rich, moist, and full of great flavor. When covered with a creamy goat cheese frosting or traditional cream cheese frosting it is hard to resist. Applesauce can be substituted for pineapple and if you are allergic to walnuts they can be omitted from the recipe.
  • Pignoli Cookies

    Pignoli Cookies

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    Pignoli Cookies are traditional almond cookies rolled in pine nuts and served during the holiday season. They’re crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. If you are an almond lover, you will love these cookies. Once these cookies are piped and topped with pine nuts you will need to practice patience; they need to dry for at least 8 hours before baking and enjoying. They are worth the wait!

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