Bake or Break – Blog of the Week

Bake or Break

This weeks Blog of the Week is

‘Bake or Break’
Adventures of an amateur baker

This blog is written by Jennifer,  who gives lots of advice and information.  If she has substituted an ingredient she tells you where you can buy it so that your recipes will turn out every bit as good as hers.

There are just so many great recipes and fabulous photos on Bake or Break, so I settled on this fantastic collage of desserts to show you what a wealth of baked goodies there are available on this site.

 The recipes are all available in a printable version so you can print off the ones you want to try.  And there are a number of photos of each item so that you can check that your creation looks as it should.

I was rather taken by the Cinnamon Apple scones that not only taste wonderful but the aroma when they are cooking is very nice indeed.

The corn bread bites are nice with a plate of hot steaming beef stew. And here is a recipe for Chocolate filled cupcakes that will have your mouth watering.

Each of the photos shown on the collage lead you to the recipe for the item shown. So there is a wealth of great baking for you to try out.

We are very impressed with the Bake or Break blog and you will be too. 

 

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Comments

  1. dina juels says:

    hi there, i was wondering can you help me solve a baking delemia? i am trying not to turn out “flat: cookies.Do they become flat because of the room temp butter? should I make the dough,refriderate,then bake them cold??omg !! this is such a great site.! thank you!

  2. Hi Dina

    There are varying views on this. The general concensus seems to be that the butter should be softened but not melted.
    Why not post the question in our new forum. I am sure our readers will be able to help.

    http://www.only-cookware.com/forum/