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Lemon Berry Gateau

Celebrate summer with this rich and creamy gateau

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Strawberry Lemonade Cheesecake Bars

Delicious bite-sized cheesecakes

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Mont Blanc

Try this Japanese chestnut cream cake

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Posted on 03/21/2014 by erasethisworld
Help! I made a flourless chocolate cake ( and it doesn't seen to go right! It falls more than I would expect- sides about an inc higher than the centre and the centre is so gooey- like a melt in the middle dessert. Obviously this tastes amazing, but it's nothing like flourless cakes I've had elsewhere. What could I be doing wrong? Any foolproof recipes?

Bailey's Tiramisu Cake

Posted on 03/21/2014 by kynikey
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One of my favorite go-to cakes is my Bailey's Tiramisu Cake. It looks a little complicated at first, but it's actually well worth the work. To be quite honest, the only resemblance this cake has with tiramisu once I'm through with it is usually that it includes mascarpone, but hey - it's still tasty, so who cares really? This was the cake for my third birthday party this year (...and I don't even like getting older, but this year, the celebrations kinda got out of hand a little...) and it was gone within hours - so I guess I must have done something right, tiramisu flavor or no tiramisu flavor.

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For more pictures and tips on how to make your cake taste even nuttier, go to MY BLOG!
raspberry cupcakes

 Raspberry Filled and Frosted Cupcakes - Fluffy and Moist white cupcakes filled with Raspberry Cream Cheese Filling and topped with raspberry buttercream. These are a big crowd pleaser!  Recipe and more at The Alchemist.
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Ginger-Lemon Creams and Almond Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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Posted on 03/08/2014 by kariquirks
Hello fellow bakers! I've enjoyed this comm for a few years now, so I figure it's high time for me to contribute some recipes. My family goes nuts with the cookie baking around Christmas, culminating in a day-long bakefest with my sisters, nieces and nephews. The kids especially like baking with Aunt Chris because I teach them to measure, mix, shape and whatever, which allows me to kick back and supervise. X-D The cookies from these two recipes garnered me quite a few compliments and vanished very quickly indeed.

Ever had Carr's Ginger Lemon Cremes? I decided to re-create them, and though I say so myself, I think they came out even better than the originals.

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Here's some St. Patrick's Day love for you! Okay, okay, so these don't really look like a St. Patrick's Day treat. No Bailey's Irish Cream or mint or green or any of that this time. But I still think this is quite the sweet offering to celebrate with today! If you love lemon, this is the dessert for you. A huge cloud of lemon cream mousse and freshly whipped cream sit on a buttery shortbread crust. Enjoy!

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To read about my original song, St. Patrick's Day Love; to see how insufferable I was as a 6-year-old, or to see more photos, please head over to Willow Bird Baking!

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Saturday night, I did what any other arsehole would do. I wrote letters to my correspondences, blared my latest mixtape, and watched Bake With Anna Olsen. I tuned into a stellar cookie episode. Lemon Linzer cookies were a part of my childhood. Yeah, so were eggs, and mullets. Those days are now behind me, though I often mullet over. I spent a good while veganizing this recipe and am happy to report they turned out stellar. Plus, what better way to utilize my lovely new CuisinArt mixer?

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I wrote a post about the adventures of being a turtle owner. It is ridiculous. You should come read it.

Easier than a turtle: these coconut cream pie bars. They’re also tastier, too, I’d wager. Indeed, they are HEAVENLY: creamy coconut, a cloud of whipped cream, and a buttery shortbread crust. It doesn’t get better than this for a coconut fan. Enjoy!

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To be persuaded to google turtle penises (what.), hear my thoughts on turtle ownership, and see more photos, please head over to Willow Bird Baking!

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Hey all,

I was hoping for some advice please.

While I'm an avid cook, I haven't baked since secondary school - 15 years ago - and recently got a new fan assisted oven, so want to try my hand at baking cakes.

Could anyone please suggest some easy recipes for someone who hasn't baked before.

No one in my family has any allergies, so anything goes, but things that would be enjoyed by both adults and children would be appreciated.


Red Velvet Cake Balls

A couple of weeks ago, I made Valentine's cake balls!
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I am in a baking mood again and who said I can't call a pastry my daughter's name? Here it is! The pastry is quite dry, crunchy and can be stored for over a week. But, it is so tasty, I highly doubt it will survive the whole week, even if you don't have a sweet tooth!

Walnut Chocolate Partry
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