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  • Snickerdoodle Cookies

    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.

  • Sweet Potato Casserole with Coconut-Macadamia Topping

    Knock their socks off with this sweet potato casserole that is just sweet enough to fit the bill, but more interesting than the standard marshmallow creation. Who can resist this macadamia and coconut streusel topping?

  • Peanut Butter Cookies

    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.

  • Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

    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.

  • Crème Fraiche-Spiked Cream Cheese Frosting / Filling

    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.

  • Italian Meringue Buttercream

    This buttercream tastes great and is so versatile for decorating and covering cakes. Italian meringue buttercream is perfect for frosting wedding cakes because it’s made with egg whites only and no egg yolks so it ends up a shiny white color. It’s also ideal for piping and decorating work since it holds its shape and has few air bubbles. Use to frost a wedding cake, frost a cupcake, pipe buttercream flowers or pipe scrollwork on the side of a cake.

  • Classic Fudge Frosting

    One taste of classic fudge frosting on yellow cake will take you right back to your childhood. This recipe is easy to make, and with its smooth velvety texture and touch of espresso powder to cut the sweetness, it will be your go-to frosting for years to come. Classic fudge frosting is perfect for frosting you favorite cake, cupcakes, topping brownies or in a sandwich cookie.

  • Carrot Cake

    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.

  • Chocolate Mousse

    Chocolate mousse… could there be anything more decadent and satisfying? We don’t think so! Serve the chocolate mousse as it is, add a dollop of lightly sweetened whipped cream or use it to fill a cake.

  • Pignoli Cookies

    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!

  • Oatmeal Cookies

    Oatmeal cookies are always a crowd pleaser and a family favorite. It’s one of the most popular cookies next to the classic chocolate chip. Experiment with different nuts and dried fruits: pecans, pistachios, almonds, chopped dates, dried cranberries, etc. You can’t go wrong whichever way you go.

  • Butter Cookies

    These butter cookies are intended for piping with a star tip, using a cookie press or scooping into a molded decorative cookie pan. These bake up very buttery and tender and are best served with jam or dipped in chocolate.