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bakers chocolate recipes

bakers chocolate recipes – The Williams-Sonoma

The Williams-Sonoma Baking Book: Essential Recipes for Today's Home Baker
The Williams-Sonoma Baking Book: Essential Recipes for Today's Home Baker
Nothing evokes the comforts of home better than freshly baked treats straight from the oven. But too many home cooks believe they don’t have the time to bake except for the occasional special dessert. If you are one of them, this comprehensive baking collection, with nearly 400 recipes for everything from homespun favorites and bake-shop sweets to popular restaurant-style desserts, is guaranteed to change your mind. In this inspired book, you will find recipes that both fit into your busy schedule and suit nearly every occasion, from quick dessert for weeknight suppers to fancy cakes for holiday tables.

Whether you are dreaming of buttery shortbread for an afternoon snack, a luscious berry pie for a midsummer get-together, a buche de Noel for a Christmas Day buffet, or a batch of rolls for Sunday supper, you will discover how to make it in these pages. The recipes are organized into eight comprehensive chapters: Cookies and Bars; Muffins and Quick Breads; Coffee Cakes, Scones, and Biscuits; Cakes and Tortes; Pies and Tarts; Yeasted Breads; Fruit Desserts; and Custards and Egg Dishes. Each chapter provides an array of flavor options to match the seasons and to accommodate a variety of tastes. Every recipe includes a photograph of the finished dish, so you can see how it will look, as well as photographs illustrating key baking task, ingredients, and/or equipment.

Classics enjoyed by adults and kids alike are here, such as lemon bars, chocolate-studded cookies, blueberry muffins with brown-sugar topping, buttermilk biscuits, birthday cake with fudge frosting, pumpkin pie, and country-style cinnamon rolls. Detailed directions for baking chocolate cupcakes, bagels, and madeleines make these typical bakery specialties easy to prepare at home. A large selection of recipes for special occasions, such as almond-flecked chocolate cake with caramel sauce, pear torte with fresh ginger, and cherry cheesecake with a biscotti crust, provides plenty of ideas for holiday and dinner-party tables. Rounding out the book are dozens of recipes for savory baked items, from Roquefort-laced popovers and goat cheese muffins to olive bread and mushroom quiche.

An extensive reference section at the end of the book includes basic recipes, such as pie and tart doughs, dessert sauces and glazes, and cake frostings and fillings. Also included is a tips-and-techniques primer, with photographed step-by-step instructions on everything from rolling out pie dough, making decorative crusts, and frosting a cake to kneading bread dough in a stand mixer. Cooking and ingredient charts and a comprehensive glossary complete the section.

With The Williams-Sonoma Baking Book on your kitchen shelf, you will find yourself baking more often, with results that are always both delicious and rewarding.

Chocolate Cheesecake Surprise

Chocolate Cheesecake Surprise
No one realized that they’ve had tofu for dessert :). We made a non-traditional Thanksgiving dessert ~ a crustless no bake chocolate tofu cheesecake.

Topped with fresh raspberries and shaved chocolate.

Here’s the recipe:

1 packet unflavored gelatine
1 1/4lb silken (soft) tofu
8 oz soy cream cheese
4 oz caster (superfine) sugar
2 tsp vanilla extract
8 oz Bakers Dark Chocolate, melted and cooled
8 oz fresh strawberries or raspberries

1. Grease a 9" springform pan and line the base with parchment paper.
2. Melt the chocolate over a double boiler (place a heat-proof bowl set over a pan of simmering water). Once chocolate is melted, set aside and cool.
3. Sprinkle the gelatine over 1/4 cup warm water in a small bowl, leave until the gelatine is spongy – DO NOT STIR. Bring a small saucepan of water to a boil, remove from heat and place the bowl with gelatine in the pan. The water should come halfway up the side of the bowl. Now stir the gelatine until clear and dissolved.
4. Place the tofu, soy cream cheese, sugar, extract, melted chocolate and gelatine in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth. Pour the filling into the prepared pan and refrigerate for a minimum of 6 hours or overnight until set.
5. Garnish with fresh berries and shaved chocolate.

Enjoy!

Bakers Chocolate

Bakers Chocolate
Bakers Chocolate – We love this ad. If we were eight years old in April 1962, we would totally run around and play Musical Chairs and gorge on pink icing and knock ourselves out on party fun. Later, while Mom cleaned up, we would thank our lucky stars that we had a happy celebration and that we weren’t one of the “temporarily tearstained”.

bakers chocolate recipes

3 Books in 1: Jello and Cool Whip Favorite Desserts, Baker's Dessert for Chocolate Lovers, Philadelphia Cheesecakes and More
Get three cookbooks for the price of one. This collection is organized into three sections and offers more than 150 dessert and appetizers recipes that include Jell-O, Cool Whip, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, and Baker’s Chocolate products.

The spiral-bound Jell-O, Cool Whip, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Baker’s Chocolate 3 Books in 1 cookbook lies flat when opened, so making your favorite desserts is even easier. Try classic desserts like Triple-Layer Lemon Meringue Pie, Marble Brownies, Black Forest Cheesecake, Hot Fudge Sauce, New York Cheesecake, and Oreo Ice Cream Pie, and favorite appetizers like Mexican Dip, Savory Bruschetta, and Party Cheese Ball.

Check out the Table of Contents and some Sample Recipes from the Jell-O, Cool Whip, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Baker’s Chocolate 3 Books in 1 cookbook.

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