the dollop book of frosting pdf

The dollop book of frosting pdf

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Preheat oven to degrees F. Line a 9-inch square pan with parchment paper and cooking spray. In a large bowl, melt your white chocolate and butter over a double boiler, or in the microwave together in 15 second increments stirring with a rubber spatula between every increment.

Stir in sugar and salt and vanilla until well-combined. Gradually add the flour to the batter, stirring until completely combined. Separate the batter into 3 or 4 or 5 bowls, depending on how many colors you want to make.

Stir a few drops of color into each bowl until you have the colors you want. Using a rubber spatula, transfer each batter color into its own piping bag. Cut the tip off each bag and then pipe the colors into the baking pan. You can pipe in straight lines, squiggles, whatever you want, just remember that you are going to cut the brownies up so make sure that every brownie gets all the colors! Bake at for minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Allow the brownies to cool in the pan, then cut them into squares and drizzle top with melted white chocolate and edible glitter. Allow the bars to set until the chocolate hardens and the magic works. Then your entire house smells amazing and all is right with the world. These will blow your mind. For the dough:. In a big bowl, combine the flour, salt, and 1 tablespoon of sugar.

Immediately turn off the heat and very lightly whisk in the yeast. Let it sit for 10 minutes or so while the yeast wakes up. Meanwhile, add the cubed butter to the flour mixture and very lightly rub it between your hands. You want some chunks left in the dough. Quickly add the egg, give it a little three second stir, then pour it into the flour mixture. Cover the bowl well with plastic wrap and let the dough rise about 6 hours or overnight in the fridge.

It will have almost doubled in size. Place the dough on a well-floured surface and use a floured rolling pin to roll it into a long rectangle, about 8 x 20 inches.

Dust off the excess flour and fold the rectangle in thirds, like a business letter. You now have a smaller rectangle— roll it right back out to 8 x 20 inches again. Fold in thirds again, roll it out again, and fold it one last time. Let this rectangle guy rest for a minute while you mix the filling ingredients together in a small bowl.

Generously butter a 9 x 13 inch baking pan and set it aside. Making sure your surface is well-floured, roll our the dough to an 18 x inch rectangle. This may take some time and muscle power, as the dough will be a bit elastic. For the filling and to assemble:.

In a small bowl, combine the sugars, cinnamon, and salt. Sprinkle the filling mixture over the whole surface, to all the edges except one of the shorter ones. Leave 1 bare inch on that edge — this will be the outermost edge of the bun, which will be sealed. Starting with the edge opposite the bare one, roll up the dough, working firmly but not so tightly that you rip the dough. Place the rolls cut-side-up in the buttered baking pan.

Cover the pan loosely in plastic wrap. For the icing and to finish:. In a medium bowl, whisk all the icing ingredients together until smooth! Let cool just enough for safety, then dig in! Be patient making the cups, when I made them there were a handful that popped in the process, so make sure to blow up extras just in case.

Switch up the chocolate colors, or use different fruit depending on the season! If you want to see how I made them, check out this YouTube video. For the Balloon Cups: note you can use any colors for the chocolate wafers. Blow up water balloons to about the size of a grapefruit. Over a double boiler or in the microwave at 15 second increments , melt the red, white and blue coating chocolate wafers in their own bowls until just melted. Starting with white, dip a third of the bottom of each balloon in each one of the colors to make it red, white and blue.

You can either do this all at once, or do each color in intervals. Put each balloon on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper. Put in the freezer to set up. Melt your butter you can brown it if you want some extra flavor.

In a bowl put the graham cracker crumbs, granulated sugar, salt and melted butter and mix with a fork until combined. Spread out the mixture in an even layer on the sheet tray and bake for 10 minutes then let cool. Puree the raspberries until smooth. Strain out the seeds with a fine mesh strainer.

Whip the cream until stiff then slowly fold in raspberry puree by hand until combined. Put into a piping bag or gallon sized Ziploc bag. Put in the fridge. In the bowl of a stand mixer or in a bowl with a hand mixer, whip the heavy whipping cream and sugar until medium peaks. Then add the salt and vanilla and mix until just combined. Sprinkle some crumble on top. Put the whipped cream on top of that then decorate with blueberries and raspberries.

If you miss my old Camo cake box mix, you can still make it at home! Heat your oven to degrees Fahrenheit. Scrape down the bowl and paddle during this process then continue to whip it. In a large bowl, sift the cake flour and baking powder together, this will make sure everything gets distributed nice and evenly in the batter.

Then measure out the milk and vanilla extract in a liquid measuring cup. In a small bowl, crack the eggs. One at a time, add the eggs until completely combined while the mixer is mixing slowly. Scrape down the bowl between additions. Scrape down the bowl. Gently, divide the batter between four bowls. In the third bowl, add a few drops of green and a few drops of brown to make a dark brown color. Leave the the final bowl its original color. With your prepared pans, begin to put a couple of spoonfuls of each color in the pans and alternate colors to get that camo effect.

Cool completely on a wire rack, then take the cakes out of the pans, and put them on the cooling racks. My first job was at McDonald's, believe it or not. I was good! I could make twelve Big Macs in a minute, no joke. One of my favorite things on the menu was their apple pie. You know what I'm talking about You won't find another apple pie quite like McDonald's.

Problem is, I love reverse-engineering things that you can buy and instead make them at home. This is my take on McDonald's super tasty dessert offering. I like Fujis. They taste like they have honey in them.

Experiment with different apples and find a flavor and a texture that you like. With your fingers, tear off pieces of the butter and toss them in the flour. Massage the butter into the flour until you have nice big chunks of buttery flour in what looks like sand.

Add half the water, stir in with a wooden spoon. Add the rest of the ice water and the vinegar and fold with a wooden spoon until the dough forms. Wrap in plastic wrap and rest in the fridge. Overnight if you can! With the paddle attachment on a stand mixer or with an electric egg beater, cream together butter, sugar, salt, vanilla, cinnamon. Add the flour and mix until the streusel looks like chunky wet sand kinda. If the streusel becomes a dough, add flour until it becomes wet sand.

Store in the fridge, wrapped, for like a week tops or in the freezer indefinitely.

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These pumpkin cupcakes are perfect to serve for dessert on Thanksgiving or any time of the year! You can use your imagination to decorate your cupcake. In a separate bowl whisk eggs, canned pumpkin, maple syrup, safflower oil and mix well. Add the dry ingredients to the pumpkin mixture and fold until flour streaks are gone.

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Each episode centers around an event or person from history selected for its humorousness or peculiarity. Typical episodes feature subjects from American history described by Anthony and commented on by Anthony and Reynolds is a podcast hosted since April by American comedians Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds. Typical episodes feature subjects from American history described by Anthony and commented on by Anthony and Reynolds When public health is threatened on a mass scale, we have a long history of working together to take on the challenge. How can crowdsourcing help us battle the spread of the coronavirus? Over the past five years, she has perfected her frosting recipes, using them to frost cupcakes for thousands of men, women, and children at her former cupcake bar, Dollop Gourmet Cupcake Creations, and at events across the country. Press Inquiries directed to: info The wonderfully talented Matt Wittmeyer of Matt Wittmeyer Photography shot and styled with my helping hand and creative eye every photo of this book. It took many weeks, very long days, and lots of laughs to create the deliciousness you see on those very pages.

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