Have you ever baked a cake and taken it out of its pan to find that it does NOT come out in one piece?
Prepping and lining your cake pans before baking is setting the foundation for a great cake! Many times, recipes will call for "greasing and lining" your pans. What this means is either using butter and flour or another type of nonstick agent all around the insides of your pan, and then lining the bottom with parchment paper.
Drip cakes have become such a popular trend, and I am definitely a huge fan, but getting the right consistency can be difficult. Today, I will be sharing a recipe for white chocolate drips!
Mother's Day is just around the corner! If your mom loves to bake, I have some different gift ideas that you can easily get before Sunday comes around :)
If you ever have the option between buying Cool Whip or making your own whipped cream, please make your own whipped cream!! The texture of homemade cream is so much fluffier and beautiful than store bought, and the best part is that you can really adjust the sweetness to your liking.
When it comes to assembling a layered cake, having the right tools can make your life so much easier.
Today, I'm sharing a list of my 5 essential cake assembly tools.
Chocolate ganache is one of my most used and most loved ingredients. I love how versatile it is – when it’s not set yet and pourable, I use it for my “drip cakes”, and when it’s thickened, I can use it to fill cakes, macarons, or even make truffles!
Today I’m sharing a very simple chocolate ganache recipe that you will easily memorize since it’s just 2 ingredients.