How To: Prevent cakes from sticking to the baking tin

In this video, we learn tips on how to prevent cakes from sticking to a baking tin. The best way to do this is to butter up a piece of bread and rub it onto the entire baking tin. Make sure you get both the sides and the bottom of it. If you want to be healthy, use margarine instead of butter so you won't get the extra calories. This is a great way to grease your baking tin and won't lead to cakes that stick on them and won't come off. This avoids messes and makes for terrific cakes that are ...

How To: Bake a French crepe cake with chocolate filling

Crepes, like guys who go jogging without their shirts on, only exist to make us happy. They're there for us when our sweet tooth urges overpower our diet and when our PMS cravings send us autopiloting toward the nearest bakery and patisserie. And we never thought that crepes, in all their godlike perfection, could ever be improved upon until now.

How To: Make ice cream out of natural fruits in a blender

Do you love to chow down on ice cream? Learn how to make your ice cream using all natural fruits by watching this video. Learn about the health benefits of eating this natural delight. All you need to make it is some of your favorite fruits, a little coconut, vanilla bean and a blender. Just follow the video's instructions and you will snap this together in no time. It is a healthy alternative to store bought ice cream and is an excellent snack for dieters.

How To: Make Mark's pecan rolls

As part of our Best Bakers series, Mark McGough shared his recipe for pecan rolls. You will need for the dough active dry yeast, warm water, milk, sugar, unsalted butter, salt, egg, all-purpose four, non stick cooking spray. For the filling you need sugar, ground cinnamon, unsalted butter and for the topping you need unsalted butter, light-brown sugar, corn syrup and pecan halves. Make Mark's pecan rolls.

How To: Make an Italian-style mango gelato ice cream

Attention all ice cream lovers — drop the ice cream and pick up the gelato! You won't regret it. At least, not with this fantastic recipe for a really simple mango gelato. The tropical fruit is the key to this mouth-watering gelato. Sweet and juicy mango is puréed and added to a smooth custard of eggs, sugar, milk and heavy cream. Pastry Chef Meghann Osmon of BINA restaurant effortlessly takes us through the process of making great gelato.

How To: Make brown sugar cocoa fudge icing

In this video, we learn how to make brown sugar cocoa fudge icing. You will need: 2 c brown sugar, 1 stick butter, 4 tbsp cocoa, 4 tbsp milk, 1 tsp vanilla extract, and 1 tsp baking soda. To start, mix all the ingredients except the baking soda in a saucepan and mix until well combined. Bring to a boil for one minute then remove from the heat. Add in the baking soda and then beat until the icing is thick. After this, let it cool of and then use it for your cakes or cupcakes! You can also heat...

How To: Make a rhubarb crisp

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a rhubarb crisp. To start, fresh pick rhubarb from your garden or purchase it form the store. After this place a stick of butter into a bowl and then place it in the microwave with a cover on top until it's completely melted. After this, add in brown sugar, oats, and flour with cinnamon, then mix together with a fork. After everything is combined, place it into a greased baking dish with butter and put into the oven until it's crispy and golden brown. Wh...

RECIPE: Pumpkin Pie Made with Vodka

Pumpkin pie is one of my favorite desserts and of great mystery to me. I've made it with fresh pumpkin and homemade crust. I've made it with canned pumpkin and frozen crust. They came out nearly identical. Yet I've had fluffy, perfect to-die-for pumpkin pie at Los Angeles' widely popular Urth Cafe (which I haven't been able to replicate at home). What's the secret recipe to truly out of the box pumpkin pie?

How To: Cook rhubarb trifle

Sophisticated desserts don't always require fancy equipment and classical culinary training. Fancy name or not, rhubarb trifle is a great dish that you can prepare at home today! This dessert is simple, delicious and will definitely impress no matter when you serve it. This video will show you how to cook rhubarb trifle.

How To: Make a lemon cream squares with Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee from Every Day Homemade demonstrates making lemon cream squares. She starts with a whole stick of butter, softened to room temperature. Add a box of yellow cake mix to the butter, and also one egg. Mix the batter with a hand mixer. It will be very thick. Clean off the beaters with a spatula. Spray a baking dish with non stick spray. To save on cleaning time, the pan can also be lined with aluminum foil. Put the batter into the baking dish and spread it evenly. Then take two bricks ...

How To: Make strawberry pie

This instructional video demonstrates how to make a strawberry pie. She starts with a frozen pie shell. Let the pie crust thaw for about 10 minutes. To make it look homemade, pinch the fluted edges so they are not perfectly even. Next, poke holes all over the bottom and sides of the crust with a fork. Bake the plain pie crust in a 350 degree oven for about 15 minutes. To prepare the filling, put 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water into a pan on the stove, mix 2 tablespoons of cornstarch with a ...

How To: Make delicious waffles

This video shows that how you can make plenty of delicious waffles anytime you desire. To make waffles you would require a waffle maker. First, Separate 2 eggs (yolks from the whites) and keep the same in small bowls. Put 2 cups of flour (you can use 1 cup of white flour and 1 wheat flour for more fiber and flavor) in a large bowl. Add 1 tablespoon of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt in the flour bowl. Put the egg whites in another bowl and beat the eggs for about 2 minutes. Put 2 cups ...

How To: Make Filipino biko dessert

Grate the coconut meat and squeeze out milk from 2 coconuts. Save 3/4 cup of the first milk squeezed out (1st extraction) for topping. Dilute the rest of the coconut milk to make 3 1/2 cups. You can use 1 can (12 ounces) frozen coconut milk, saving 3/4 cup of the thick milk for topping and diluting the rest with water to make 3 1/2 cups.

How To: Make an ayurvedic apple crisp dessert

In this video, learn how to make an old classic favorite, the apple crisp, with a healthy "ayurvedic" twist. Ayurveda is an Indian form of alternative medicine. In this recipe, instead of white flour, you will be using whole wheat grains and organic apples, making for a healthier version of this sweet dish.

How To: Use agave nectar as a sugar replacement

Using agave nectar as a sugar replacement is a great idea if you are sensitive to sugar or are a diabetic. Agave sugar is a low glycemic product and is great with recipes that call for sugar. The first thing you are going to want to do is pull out your recipe and get ready to add the agave nectar. When adding the agave nectar you should put 2/3 of a cup for every one cup of sugar that the recipe calls for. The only thing that you should remember is that you should always add the agave nectar ...

How To: Make Star Wars Death Star Popsicles

Hello, in this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt, we will continue with the Star Wars theme, last episode we made Star Wars Death Star Peanut Butter Cups, this episode we are making Star Wars Death Star Popsicles. So we are really getting great value out of our Death Star molds, because of the versatility they provide. These popsicles are super easy to make, if I can make them, you can make them! If you have any comments put them down below, and I will get back to you.

How To: Make Star Wars Death Star Peanut Butter Cups

Hello and Welcome to In the Kitchen with Matt, first of all, I am a big fan of Star Wars, and I LOVE Peanut Butter Cups, so in this episode we are making Star Wars Death Star Peanut Butter Cups. These treats are super creative, easy to make, and are sure to impress your friends and family that are Star Wars fans. If you have any questions or comments, put them down below and I will be sure to get back to you. Enjoy!

How To: Make Yummy Chocolate Lego Men

In this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt, I will teach you how to make Amazing Yummy Chocolate Lego figures. These little chocolate lego men are super easy to make, all you need is the chocolate and some lego molds. All you really need to do is melt the chocolate and then place it in the molds and let the chocolate set, and then you will have chocolate lego figures! I used chocolate candy melts, but you can use whatever chocolate that you want. They taste yummy, anyone can make them. It is...

How To: Make Amazing Cinnamon Rolls from Scratch

In this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt, I will teach you how to make Amazing cinnamon rolls from scratch. Cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite treats. You can eat them for breakfast, you can eat cinnamon rolls for a snack or as a dessert! These cinnamon rolls are super tasty, super easy to make, and super cheap. Let's dive into the fantastic world of baking and bake some crazy awesome cinnamon rolls.

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