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Cookies and Cream Fudge (With Chocoley Chocolate)

Y’know what sounds decadent and delicious? Fudge. Rich, dense, and velvety on your tongue. Combine that with a tasty cookie (how about an Oreo?), and you have yourself a creamy, crunchy, Cookies and Cream Fudge. This fudge was the second thing I decided to make using Chocoley’s amazing melting chocolate. They sent me 2.5 pounds of their Bada Bing Bada …

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White Chocolate Cheesecake Pops (With Chocoley Chocolate)

I’ve used candy melts, or melting chocolate, in the past, with mixed reviews. The one that comes to mind is when I coated marshmallows in teal melting chocolate, finishing them up with candy eyes to make them look like little aliens. These were done for my older son’s 1st birthday a couple years ago. Don’t get me wrong – they …

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Bread Dough vs. Pizza Dough (The Differences and Their Unique Uses)

There are two types of dough that are used in baked goods: the unleavened dough and leavened dough. The unleavened dough does not need to rise during the baking process and is generally flat and thin. Examples of this type of dough include pie crusts, flatbreads, pasta, tortillas, and crackers. The leavened dough requires yeast, baking soda or baking powder …

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5 Effective Ways to Cut Brownies Cleanly (Every Time)

After you make a perfect tray of brownies, you have reached one of the most challenging parts of baking brownies- cutting them! Cutting brownies incorrectly can mean that your beautifully baked brownies end up looking like a mess. You don’t want this to happen! Luckily, I have some great tips and tricks for you to learn to cut brownies cleanly, …

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Dairy Free Baking (Tips and Ingredient Swaps That’ll Fool Your Guests)

Dairy free baking is great for many reasons but it can be a little tricky. Some dairy substitutes act differently than traditional dairy products do when baked. In order to get the perfect texture and taste in your dairy free baked goods, there are a few things you should learn! This article will help you discover everything you need to …

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Why Did My Cheesecake Crack? (Simple Fixes and Preventative Tips)

Every baker who has ever made a cheesecake has had a cheesecake crack. Whether it is a small crack in the center or the entire cake has split, cheesecakes crack all the time. There are a few reasons why your cheesecake may have cracked and some easy ways to prevent this from happening. Hopefully, this explanation along with some tips …

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7 Tips to Safely Transport a Cake Long Distances

After you have put the final detail on your cake and you are feeling very happy with how your baking project turned out, the next step is to successfully move it without disrupting and decorations. This can be even more challenging than making the cake itself! Luckily, there are a few tricks you can follow to help you transport a …

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How to Store Frosted Cupcakes Overnight (Or Much, Much Longer)

There is something to be said about getting baking done in advance. Many baked goods can be made several days ahead of time and still taste just as amazing and fresh as the day they were made. It may come as a surprise that you can actually make and store frosted cupcakes ahead of time. If you follow these tips …