Hi guys 🙂 I’ve had it on my mind lately to write a few posts explaining how I come up with my recipes and some of the things I do to perfect it to my own liking. I’ve spent alot of time learning about the specifics of baking and I wanted to share as much as I can and I hope that everyone can benefit from them.
This is a guide that I’ve been wanting to post for a while but I never actually got round to it. I finally took all the pictures I need, wanted to show you some of the steps that I think are important, then when it was time to write up the post those pictures just disappeared! That just got me annoyed so I postponed this post but alas it is time to share my donut making knowledge 😉 pics or no pics 😂😂
Happy Saturday friends 😊 Hope everyone’s doing well, relaxing away the week and enjoying the warm weather. I know I am 😉 been up to my elbows with coconut cake testing!
We’re back with another baking guide today with probably the worst pictures known to mankind, I really don’t want to post them but I want to show you guys the easiest way to whip up egg whites until stiff peaks. This is a technique used in cakes to make them super fluffy and light, very much like in this fresh strawberries and cream cake and it’s actually quite simple to achieve 🙂
I actually call it roasted chicken 😁 you know, it just sounds better:”hey what’s for dinner” and you reply “roasted chicken with all the trimmings” 😄 buuut technically we’re not roasting here we’re baking the chicken! 😉
Brown sugar is one of the most important things in my kitchen. I use it in so many recipes and in so many different ways, whether it’s for cakes or cupcakes, frostings or cookies and even different sauces.
If there was one piece of advice that I would give anyone who has even a slight interest in baking, or just having a spur of the moment “I have to bake something right now!” sensation, it would be creaming your butter and sugar correctly. 🙂
Hey everyone 🙂 Im really happy to be sharing with you the first post from my Baking Guides series. All of you guys who have been following me for a while know how much I love making fresh bread 🙂 It’s one of my favourite things to do and gives me the most satisfaction. I mean seriously, when you slice into a loaf of bread you’ve just made and see the cooked inside fluffiness, there’s nothing that compares to that feeling of accomplishment! 🙂