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Sticky Situation

So deeply rooted in history, so utterly essential that in many cultures, the word for “rice” is the very same word for “meal,” or just simply “food.” The whole world as we know it could have quite plausibly begun from a single grain of rice. Trying to break down the myriad varieties though, from ancient to modern hybrid, is where things start to get sticky. That’s exactly what I want to pick apart today: Sticky rice. For starters, sticky rice is distinct from common long grain white rice, and no...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Thai, Baking, Dessert, Healthy, Vegan, Rice, Whole Grains, Baking / Cooking

Ask The Salty Waitress: My entree was inexcusably late and all I got was free dessert

Dear Salty, I recently went out to a nice restaurant: not especially fancy but a good spot for a date or a business dinner.Read more...
Tags: Restaurants, Lifehacks, Dessert

Rainbow Cookies

These easy Rainbow Cookies have gorgeous sky blue homemade frosting on them! These gorgeous rainbow cookies are as delicious as they are beautiful! Easy to make for birthdays and parties, too! Rainbow Cookies Holy rainbow awesomeness, friends! 🌈These Rainbow Cookies came out SO SPECTACULARLY, I literally can’t even! Gah!! We are pretty rainbow obsessed in our household, if you couldn’t already tell from our other rainbow-themed posts: Rainbow Cupcakes, Rainbow Slime, or Rainbow Cer...
Tags: Cook, Instagram, Parenting, US, Recipes, Cookies, Dessert, Rainbow, Don, Aren, Lisa Douglas, Rainbow Cookies, These Rainbow Cookies

Pour Heavy Cream on Fruit Instead of Whipped Cream

My dad lived in Washington state when I was a teen, which meant I spent many summers picking cherries and berries with my stepmom and sisters. Most of the fruit would be baked into pies and cobblers, but there was always a post-pick bowl of berries and whipping cream to celebrate the haul.Read more...
Tags: Washington, Cream, Fruit, Lifehacks, Dessert, Easy, Whipping Cream, 2 Ingredient

Turn Your Ice Cream Cone Toppings Into 'Bottomings'

Ice cream cone toppings. Who thought it would be a good idea to add weight to an already architecturally flawed design? With these add-ons supported only by a melty, soon-to-be liquid, you’re destined for a mess.Read more...
Tags: Food Hacks, Ice Cream, Lifehacks, Dessert

Rice Pudding

For some reason I had a craving for rice pudding. It's probably because every day reveals another disaster from the conservative government here in Ontario and it's driving me to seek all the comfort foods. This pudding tastes great warm or cold, and if you are not a big fan of raisins just leave them out. The cashews work double duty by providing creaminess and helping the pudding thicken as it cooks. This makes a lot of pudding, so if you are not feeding a family with four very hungry kids ...
Tags: Cook, Dessert, Vegans, Ontario, Rice, Raisins

The Straight Dough(p)

It was only a matter of time. After releasing a glorious vegan version of their infamous cookie dough ice cream, Ben & Jerry’s has now unveiled the next level of dough indulgence upon the world. Joining the previously limited run of “just the chunks,” vegans will soon see a variation with their names on it appearing in grocery stores and scoop shops nationwide. This is the real deal; the straight dough(p). Cylindrical extrusions exactly like you would see rolling down factory conveyor belts, de...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Sweet, Cookies, Baking, Dessert, Vegan, Comfort Food, Ben Jerry, Eggless, Chocolate Chip, Ben & Jerry's, Cookie dough

Passover roundup: Our favorite Passover recipes, kid crafts, and even a free printable Hamilton Haggadah

Happy first night of Passover, to our observant friends! And to the rest of you — well, here’s hoping you score a seder invite, because this is easily my favorite Jewish holiday. While Hanukkah gets most of the attention, Passover is a beautiful time to lie back, eat a ton, enjoy a leisurely dinner with […]
Tags: Diy, Shopping, Recipes, Dessert, Holiday Recipes, Holiday Crafts, Passover, Crafts For Kids, Free Downloads, Holiday Activities, Hamilton Haggadah, Party Recipes, Holiday Picks, Holiday Baking

No-Bake Graham Cracker Crust Pie

Looking for a quick and easy, no-bake dessert?  This No-Bake Graham Cracker Crust Pie will hit the spot and have your family coming back for more! One of my favorite memories as a child was having this Graham Cracker Pie every summer.  My mom used to make it on special occasions and it was always... Read On → The post No-Bake Graham Cracker Crust Pie appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Desserts, Parenting, Summer, Recipe, Recipes, Pie, Dessert, Cream Cheese, Graham Cracker Pie

Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Guaranteed to be moist and delicious, these homemade from scratch, Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting recipe is sure to be a winner! When I think of Spring, I think of bunnies, daffodils and carrot cake!  Carrot Cake is one of my favorite springtime desserts.  It’s easy to make, is healthy (hey…it has carrots... Read On → The post Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Desserts, Parenting, Recipe, Recipes, Spring, Dessert, Easter, Meals, Carrot Cake, Carrot Cupcake

Spooning Cookie Dough: Sweet Dreams Come True in Prenzlauer Berg

Berlin is a city of vices and few of them are as innocent as sweet tooth. But the Berlinerin Diana Hildenbrand has elevated her habit of scooping on raw dough into a yummy business idea. Those of you looking for a candy haven where you definitely won’t have to add extra sugar – read on! Her store in Prenzlauer Berg looks like it was taken out of a Wes Anderson movie – and the fairytale aesthetic is a perfect setting to experience the luscious snack. Raw cookie dough is not yet a very popular con...
Tags: Fashion, Germany, Berlin, US, Cafes, Wes Anderson, Cookies, Diana, Dessert, Sweets, Prenzlauer Berg, Kollwitzkiez, Kollwitzstrasse, Spooning Cookie Dough, Berlinerin Diana Hildenbrand

Ease into Easter

Watch out for seasonal whiplash. Ready or not, we’re hot on the heels of Easter, hopping madly towards the first big celebratory gathering since Christmas. If you’re still recovering from a brutal winter, far removed from the pastel-clad merriment of egg hunts, parades, and garden parties, fear not. There’s still enough time to shake off any residual frost and turn out a stunning dessert. Inspired by the brilliant fresh flavor of real berries baked into Voortman Raspberry Wafers. These light an...
Tags: Food, Recipe, Baking, Dessert, Easter, Vegan, Dairy-free, Raspberries, Voortman, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky, Servings Raspberry Wafer Tiramisu Print Crunchy, Ounce Packages Vegan Cream Cheese, Tablespoon Potato Starch, Teaspoon Orange Zest, Ounce Package Voortman Raspberry Wafers

Mousse Tracks

Like so many great culinary achievements, we have the French to thank for inventing the edible frothy custard known as mousse. Originally a savory dish akin to aerated p âté , it didn’t catch on as a dessert, typically built upon fruity flavors until the later half of the 19th century. Undergoing a dramatic rebranding since then, the concept is now nearly synonymous with chocolate, which is precisely what we’re celebrating today. National Chocolate Mousse Day is a real date on the official cale...
Tags: Food, Peanut Butter, Recipe, Baking, Chocolate, Dessert, Vegan, Easy, Cook Time, Baking / Cooking, Confectioner s Sugar, Hannah Kaminsky, Laura Theodore

Strawberries and Cream Bundt Cake

Strawberries and Cream Bundt Cake: Delicious pound cake that is a mix of vanilla bean (cream) and strawberries all covered in a strawberries and cream glaze. The post Strawberries and Cream Bundt Cake appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Cake, Cream, Fruit, Dessert, Strawberry, Baked Goods, Bundt Cake, Pound Cake, Cream Bundt Cake

Pineapple Cake with Crushed Pineapple Topping

Pineapple cake is the stuff dreams are made of, especially if you are looking for a low calorie, low fat dessert option! Only two ingredients are required to make this angel food cake with pineapple. You can skip the crushed pineapple topping and enjoy this light cake with chopped fresh fruit or a dollop of […] The post Pineapple Cake with Crushed Pineapple Topping appeared first on Oh My! Sugar High.
Tags: Food, Dessert, Healthy, Cakes & Cupcakes, Weight Watchers, Angel Food Cake, Pineapple Cake, SmartPoints, Crushed Pineapple, Pineapple Angel Food Cake, Pineapple Topping

BEST Carrot Cake Cookies

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Tags: Parenting, Recipes, Cookies, Dessert, Carrot

Oatmeal Cream Pie Cake

Oatmeal Cream Pie Cake: Thick layers of oatmeal brown sugar cake layered with creamy marshmallow filling all topped with oatmeal cookie crumbles. The post Oatmeal Cream Pie Cake appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Cake, Cookies, Dessert, Marshmallow, Baked Goods, Oatmeal, Oatmeal Cookies, Oatmeal Cream Pie Cake

Hulk Cookies

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Tags: Parenting, Recipes, Cookies, Superheroes, Dessert

Turtle Nilla Wafer Sandwiches Recipe

Easter is right around the corner and the bunny needs treats to leave in the baskets or at classroom parties. These Turtle Nilla Wafer Sandwiches will not disappoint! The recipe is so easy that... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Featured, Parenting, Cookies, Dessert, Easter, Nilla Wafers, Rolo, Turtle Nilla Wafer Sandwiches Recipe, Turtle Nilla Wafer Sandwiches

I'm Pastry Chef Stella Parks, and This Is How I Eat

Stella Parks—aka “the BraveTart”—knows more about cake than most people know about anything. She has the CIA training and the restaurant experience, but it’s her attention to detail and infectious enthusiasm for American desserts that makes her recipes not only technically great, but downright joyous. And while…Read more...
Tags: Eating, Baking, Cia, Lifehacks, Dessert, Stella Parks, Bravetart

In Crust We Trust

In a rapidly changing world, there are certain constants we can take depend on. Mathematically speaking, we have Euler’s number, Archimedes’ principle, and the Pythagorean theorem, of course, but for someone as nonacademic as myself, there’s little comfort to be found in such jumbles of numbers, no matter how concrete in concept. Pie, on the other hand, immediately soothes the mental strain of of the scholarly and simple-minded alike. Also reliable is the knowledge that Pi Day will always fa...
Tags: Food, Sweet, Recipe, Fruit, Baking, Pie, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Pastry, Euler, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Teaspoon Vanilla Extract, Medium Granny Smith Apples Peeled Cored

Best pie shops in the United States

March 14 is Pi Day . In the numerical format that Americans list dates where the month is first followed by the day, it’s 3/14, or 3.14, which are the first three numbers in pi. For people not currently taking a high school math class or in a math-oriented career, that’s about the extent of common knowledge about pi. Pie, on the other hand, is something we can celebrate on Pi Day as well as every other day. That extra “e” turns a conversation about a math equation into a conversation about a d...
Tags: Travel, Google, New York, Kentucky, La, New York City, Los Angeles, United States, Nashville, Pie, Bg, Dessert, Denver, All, Savannah, Brad

How to Maximize the Flavor of Lemon Desserts

Most people identify as either a chocolate dessert person or a fruit dessert person. I’m firmly in the second category, but more specifically, I’m a Lemon Dessert Person: give me a dessert lemony enough to pucker my lips and contort my face, or give me nothing at all.Read more...
Tags: Hacks, How To, Baking, Lifehacks, Dessert, Sweets, Lemons, Lemon Desserts

Wonder Park ‘Steve’ Porcupine Cake Pops

*This fun Wonder Park project is sponsored by Paramount Pictures Is your family excited to see the new movie Wonder Park? We can’t wait to see it in theaters March 15! Wonder Park tells a story of a wildly creative girl named June who imagines a magnificent amusement park that comes alive! I love this story… never stop believing, never stop trying, and always keep using your imagination and creativity to make your dreams come to life. The film introduces us to many adorable new characters inclu...
Tags: Crafts, Desserts, Slideshow, Dessert, Paramount Pictures, Steve, Cake Mix, Cake Pops, Animal Craft, Wonder Park, Family Movie Night, John Oliver Wonder Park

Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake

This Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake is the most delicious and easy dump cake recipe you’ll ever try! Made with only 4-ingredients – just dump all the ingredients into a baking pan, bake and eat! I’m back with another Dump Cake Recipe that may be my favorite so far!  Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake!  Making Dump Cakes... Read On → The post Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Cake, Desserts, Parenting, Recipes, Dessert, Dump Cake, Cherry Pineapple Dump Cake, Cherry Dump Cake

Banana Split Dump Cake

Banana Split Dump Cake: Easy to throw together dump cake filled with cherries, strawberries, pineapple, vanilla ice cream, banana bread and cake mix…all topped with sprinkles. The post Banana Split Dump Cake appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Cake, General, Fruit, Dessert, Pineapple, Cherry, Strawberry, Family Friendly, Baked Goods, Easy, Fun Food, Vanilla Ice Cream, Banana Split, Dump Cake

Strawberry Cheesecake Stuffed French Toast Recipe

If you want to step up your French toast game then this is the recipe that you have to try. This strawberry cheesecake stuffed french toast is far more delicious than regular french toast. It is like a strawberry cheesecake stuffed between two delicious slices of french toast. You can serve this for breakfast, lunch or even as a dessert with dinner. Slices of Texas toast are dipped in an cinnamon and milk mixture and then stuffed with a filling. The filling gets a lot of amazing flavor from cre...
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Mermaid Rice Krispies Treats

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Tags: Parenting, Recipes, Dessert, Mermaid, Rice Krispies Treats, Crispy Rice Treats, Mermaid Rice Krispies Treats

Look Out for Lemons

Heads up! If you’re not paying attention, there’s a real danger of being pummeled by falling fruit while walking the city streets of Berkeley. Woven in among the cozy cafes and compact apartment buildings, fruit trees flourish, exploding with fragrant citrus fruits that rain down like hail on the unsuspecting passersby below. Streets are littered with lemons, oranges, and other unidentified flaxen orbs, as if a fruit cart had overturned on its way to market. Some shatter upon impact, hemorrhagin...
Tags: Food, Sweet, Recipe, Cookies, Baking, Meyer, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Citrus, Cook Time, Cups All Purpose Flour, Cacao Nibs, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine

How to Find the Right Boiling Point for Candy Making

Candy thermometers are a MUST when it comes to making different types of delicious desserts. Recipes for candy making or sugar syrups, like fudge, fondant, toffee or butterscotch always need some sort of thermometer to help with the cooking process. However you should always test your thermometer periodically by placing it in boiling water.  At sea level, water boils at 212 degrees F/ 100 degrees C. If your candy thermometer reads below or above this number, you’ll need to buy a new one or adju...
Tags: Crafts, Desserts, Slideshow, Dessert, Candy, Fudge, Caramel, Don, Toffee, Candy Bar, Right Boiling Point for Candy Making