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Cut the butter into small cubes and put it in a saucepan. Melt it over low heat.

In a bowl, we need to put eggs and sugar. We mix them until they triple in volume. Add the vanilla essence and mix. After the butter has melted, it must be allowed to reach room temperature. After it has reached room temperature, we gradually add it to the egg composition. Mix the flour with the baking powder. Add half of the flour to the egg mixture. Mix at medium speed. We add the last half. Mixam.

We cover a tray of 25 X 25 cm. Pour the composition and spread it evenly. Put the tray in the preheated oven at 180 degrees C and leave it for 10-20 minutes. We check the worktop with a toothpick. After the pandispan has cooled, we have to break it into very small pieces. Add the two tablespoons of jam to the made pandispan. From this dough we form balls. I got 11 big balls. Put them on a tray and put them in the freezer for 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, melt the chocolate. Break the 200 g of chocolate into small pieces. Melt the chocolate in a bain marie. Remove the balls from the freezer and insert a skewer stick in each ball.

We introduce each ball in melted chocolate. Drain the excess chocolate balls, then decorate it with candy. We put them in the fridge for 60 minutes or until the chocolate is hardened, then we can consume them.


Big Top Cake Pops Bakes Delicious Desserts

Nicole Pacheco has been baking from her home for over five years.

Every time she goes to a community event, birthday party or graduation, Nicole Pacheco is always recognized by children as the “cake pop lady.” And for good reason, as she bakes her very own cake pops from home.

A Houston native and self-taught baker, Nicole opened Big Cake Pops inside of her home when she moved to the area more than five years ago. Nicole says she was first introduced to cake pops when a friend made it for her nine years ago.

“I had never seen them before,” Nicole says. "I was so fascinated by them and I wanted to learn how to make them myself."

After much trial and error, Nicole got the hang of making her own cake pops from an original recipe and started Big Top Cake Pops to share them with the community. While she at first only baked simple round cake pops, Nicole eventually expanded her craft to include new intricate patterns, shapes and designs.

“I might make a character for a birthday, then I’ll do a floral design for a wedding or baby shower,” she says. "I didn't think I had a creative bone in me, but I like the challenge and seeing what I can do with different cake pops."

Nicole offers cake pops in over a dozen different flavors, including vanilla, chocolate, lemon, strawberry, birthday cake, red velvet and snickerdoodle. They’re always made fresh for $ 27-39 per dozen and can either be delivered or picked up.

"I'm always up to the challenge of creating amazingly intricate cake pops," Nicole says. "My favorite part is seeing the customer's face when they see the cake pops. They make everything worth it."


Better Than Sex Cake

The Spruce / Diana Rattray

This decadent better than sex cake, made with a layers chocolate cake, chocolate topping, butterscotch topping, toffee bars, sweetened condensed milk, and whipped topping, is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.


Marshmallow Pops

Probably the easiest treat there is! Dip a marshmallow in melted almond bark, then add sprinkles, crushed nuts, crushed candy. anything!

package almond bark (white or chocolate) or meltable candy wafers

Sprinkles, chopped nuts, chopped pretzels, chopped candy, etc.

Equipment: Lollipop sticks (sold in craft stores)

  1. Melt the chocolate or white (or both) almond bark in a double boiler.
  2. One by one, dip the very tip of the lollipop stick into the melted chocolate, then stick that end of the stick into the marshmallow until it’s not quite all the way through. Repeat with the rest of the marshmallows, standing them up as you go.
  3. Next, roll the marshmallow in the chocolate to coat it, then tap the stick gently on the side of the double boiler to get rid of the excess. Using your fingers, sprinkle the topping of your choice all over the chocolate. Set them stick side up on a piece of waxed paper OR stick them into that crazy florist stuff that makes flowers stand up.
  4. Have fun with the toppings and make no two marshmallow pops the same!

These easy-to-make pops are reminiscent of my good friend Bakerella & rsquos famous Cake Pops, and take almost no time to make. They & rsquore a perfect treat to make with little kiddos, and the permutations and combinations for the coating and toppings are endless.

Marshmallow pops are everywhere, and you can have some serious fun with them. Use white or milk chocolate to coat them (I used white) or get ultra creative and use different colors (green, pink, blue) of meltable candy wafers. You can dunk them all the way to coat them completely as I did here, or you can just dip them halfway to give them a more & ldquodrippy & rdquo appearance. My friend Alice did a Rocky Road version, where she demonstrates both:

If you have a little Christmas party that needs a quick treat, or if you & rsquore looking for a fun diversion for the kids in the days leading up to Christmas, these are your man.


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Peach Melba pie

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Easy cornflake tart

Make this cornflake cake for a fabulously easy family dessert that uses simple ingredients. With a pastry case and jam base, it's delicious served with custard

Floating islands

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Cherry & # 038 almond frangipani pancake

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Blackberry & # 038 lemon fool

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9 Delicious Ways to Put Cake Scraps to Use

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As the saying goes, if you want to make a gorgeous dessert, sometimes you’ve got to break a few cakes… well, something like that.

All cake artists know that making beautiful cakes almost always results in leftover scraps that often just get tossed away. And then, of course, there’s leftover cake and cupcakes that get thrown out when they’re on the verge of going stale. But all that delicious cake doesn’t have to go to waste.

Fortunately, there are hundreds of great recipes out there that let you put those cake cast-offs to good use. Here are just 9 delicious ways to put cake scraps to use.

This is a very clever idea that will help you put multiple leftover ingredients to use in your home kitchen or bakery business. Create individual parfaits (or trifles if you want to be a little fancier) using cake crumbs, pudding, yogurt, ice cream, fruit, chocolate chips or anything else you have lying around. Use clear cups to layer the cake crumbles and your other add-ins for a dessert that’s resourceful, beautiful and delectable.

What better way to use leftover cake than by adding it to more cake? Get a unique look by frosting your cake (or cupcakes) as usual with buttercream or ganache, and then covering the whole thing with a thin layer of cake crumbs. Or use crumbs in different colors to create designs or words on the top of the cake.

This personal serving dessert concept has become quite ubiquitous of late, but it doesn’t make them any less yummy or popular. They may be slightly more involved to make than you’d think, but worth the effort. Break down any cake scraps you have in a food processor, mix the cake crumbs with frosting and form into balls. Place the balls onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and let them sit in the freezer for about 30 minutes.

After they’ve set, get your 6-inch lollipop sticks and melted Candy Melts (or any type of frosting) ready. Finally, simply dip the end of the stick into the Candy Melts, insert the stick into the cake ball and immerse it into the icing so it’s fully coated. You can add sprinkles or any other type of decoration as well. They need to set in an upright position, so you may find it helpful to use a block of florist’s foam to hold them in place.

Cake and ice cream have a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship that we don’t see ending anytime soon. Take a cue from the marble slab mix-in trend by folding cake crumbs into softened ice cream or toast up the crumbs in the oven on a cookie sheet and use them as an inventive ice cream topping.

Everyone knows that the best part of a muffin is the muffin top and the best kind of muffins tops are the ones that are loaded with sweet crumbs that toast up nice and crispy on top. You can achieve these dreamy muffins by incorporating a couple cups of cake crumbles into your favorite muffin recipe. Keep in mind that you may want to decrease the amount of flour the recipe calls for.

Pies of all varieties use crumb crusts and you can make your own perfect pie crust with your leftover cake scraps. All you have to do is crumble up the leftover cake, toast up the crumbs in the oven, mix with melted butter and press into the bottom of a pie pan. Bake the crust for about 10 minutes at 350 degrees and then proceed with the filling of your choosing.

You’ll get rave reviews from your guests or customers when you serve up these pretty little cupcakes that have a surprise hidden inside. Start by using cake scraps to make a cake pop mixture in one or two different colors. Then whip up another batch of cake batter in a different color from your cake balls. Pour a little of the batter into cupcake tins, then place the cake ball on top of the batter and cover in more batter. If you want 3 colors, just cover your cake ball in a layer of cake pop mixture in another color. When you bite into the cupcake, you’ll see a beautiful multi-colored, layered look - check out these 4 th of July cupcakes to see for yourself.

This recycled cake idea could just turn out to be your new favorite. Borrowing inspiration from classic bread pudding, it starts by covering the bottom of a buttered baking dish in cubes of almost-stale leftovers cake. Next, you cover that in a mixture of 4 eggs, 1 3/4 cups of milk, 1/2 cup of sugar and whatever else you like in your bread pudding (raisins, apples, cinnamon, vanilla, almonds, etc.). Use a spatula to press the cake down and make sure it all gets soaked in the liquid. Finally, bake at 350 for around 35 minutes and slice. Bakeries and home cooks alike could make bake in mini loaves to sell or give as gifts to friends.

When in doubt, take any leftover cake scraps and toss them into a blender with ice cream and milk for a sinfully delicious cake milkshake.

Now that you see how very useful and delicious cake scraps and be, you’ll probably never throw them in the garbage again. In fact, you may find that what you make with those scraps is better than the original recipe you were working on in the first place!


Let’s Make Some Dessert!

1. Snickerdoodle Mug Cake

Snickerdoodle is a classic cookie that you can now make into a mug cake. This cake has golden layers of cinnamon sugar and fluffy cake that is lip-smacking good! It & # 8217s is impressive how you can get such a moist and fluffy cake out of the microwave in a mug. You’ll want to share this recipe with all your friends!

2. Strawberry Pop Tart

This mug desserts just made me become a bigger fan of strawberry pop tarts. This recipe just reminds me of my childhood and how amazing it was to hold a delicate toaster pastry in my hands. Now you can recreate those memories you have with this strawberry pop tart mug dessert! It’s pretty amazing how you can make this in the microwave.

3. 5 Minutes Bread Pudding

In this recipe, you need simple ingredients that you can find in the drugstore, gas station or you might already have in your pantry. This 5-minute bread pudding makes a brilliant last minute dessert. You’ll need any kind of sandwich bread, an egg, milk, and sugar. Before you cook it add some fun toppings like chocolate pieces or dried fruit for little nuggets of deliciousness throughout the bread pudding!

4. Chocolate Chip Cookie For One

Who loves a gooey chocolate chip cookie? Usually, there & # 8217s a lot that goes into making chocolate chip cookies from scratch but now you don & # 8217t have to worry about that. Make a chocolate chip cookie in a mug that's perfect for one person. Within minutes you have a warm homemade chocolate chip cookie that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth!

5. Coffee Cake in a Mug

I like to treat myself and everyone so often I’ll get a piece of coffee cake with my morning cake. It’s sweet and buttery and the cinnamon always hits the spot so when I came across this coffee cake in a mug I thought it was simply genius. Knowing that you can make a fluffy piece of coffee cake without an oven whenever you want is amazing!

6. Nutella Lava Mug Cake

If you’re a Nutella fan you must try this Nutella lava cake. The center is molten Nutella that pours making this a very moist and rich cake. You can make this for one or make a bunch for a party so everyone can enjoy this fantastic dessert!

7. Apple Crisp

This is a great recipe for when you want dessert but don’t have the time to make it. Within minutes you can have a homemade apple crisp that’s so warm and comforting. My favorite part is the crumb topping that & # 8217s made from oats, brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon!

8. Brownie In a Mug

You’ll be in chocolate heaven with this 5-minute brownie recipe. Mix everything in the mug for easy cleanup. You can add some ice cream, chocolate sauce, or nuts on top to make it fancy!

9. Tiramisu Mug Cake

Tiramisu is a classic Italian layered dessert that you can make in a coffee mug. Since you make tiramisu with coffee it’s a fun twist to make it in a mug. The layers are light and fluffy with that favorite coffee flavor. The surprise, in this case, is the kick of rum that & # 8217s mixed in with the coffee!

10. Mug Cake dies

Who says you need a campfire to make s’mores. Now you can enjoy this s’mores mug cake in minutes. The graham crackers are mixed throughout this rich chocolate cake and the marshmallows act as the frosting. This mug cake is still gooey and tastes just like your outdoors camping under the stars!

Now you know how easy it is to make your own delicious dessert in a coffee mug. What microwavable dessert will you be making tonight?

Enjoy!

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The Hottest Wedding Trend: 58 Delicious Mini Desserts

Gone are the days when a chocolate fountain was enough to impress your wedding guests. Modern couples are looking to create sophisticated, memorable experiences for their wedding guests, and the food they serve plays a large part in that – especially when it comes to dessert. Here the trend has gone from formal, traditional cakes to individual bite-size desserts, such as cupcakes, mini pastries and macarons. You can make serve-yourself dessert stations, such as candy buffets and ice cream or crepe stations, that allow guests to customize their dessert. Guests with a serious sweet tooth can visit the dessert table multiple times throughout the evening, if they wish!

Tarts And Cupcakes

Tarts and cupcakes are timeless, these are very crowd-pleasing desserts. Tarts and mini tartlets can be easily made even by yourself - add cream your like and some fresh berries or fruits on top. Cupcakes are a timeless idea that always works - they can be spruced up with any icing, macarons, fresh berries and fruits and even donuts! Unexpected and cool!

mini tartlets with fruit cream, whipped cream, citrus slices on top are very refreshing and summer-like

a mini tart with fresh raspberries and sugar powder on top is a classic idea that works for most of people

delicious mini tartlets with chocolate cream topped with strawberries are amazing, and this is a classic combo with a sophisticated feel

mini tartlets with custard and fresh bluberries, blackberries and raspberries on top and some sugar powder

mini cupcakes with whipped cream and bluberries on top are fresh, delicious and crowd-pleasing

mini chocolate cupcakes with icing on top and walnuts are a refined and unique dessert idea

mini tartlets with pink whipped cream, edible beads, fresh raspberries, chocolate on top

mini kripsy rice tartlets with whipped cream and fresh strawberries on top are amazing for sweet teeth

tasty cupcakes with whipped cream and fresh berries and mini cheesecakes with fresh blueberries, blackberries and raspberries

a mini tartlet filled with curstard and topped with blackberries is a delicious little dessert

mini tarts with custard and fresh berries and fruits are a gorgeously tasty idea that always works

tartlets filled with strawberry cream and edible beads, fresh raspberries and touches of chocolate

mini tartlets with cream inside are a delicious and simple idea of ​​a mini dessert at a wedding

mini tartlets with fresh berries and whipped cream or chocolate cream for a wedding

mini tartlets with chocolate cream and vanilla brushstrokes on top look very whimsy and cool

coffee cupcakes with cuppaccino frosting and topped with cute sprinkled donuts are fantastic

chocolate and vanilla cupcakes with berry icing, fresh berries, cookies and various macarons on top

a mini tartlet with custard, fresh berries of various kinds and mini strawberry macarons are gorgeous

a half vanilla and half chocolate cupcake with strawberry frosting and a fresh strawberry is a gorgeous combo

mini tarts with custard and bluberries on top are a very cool and refreshing idea for a wedding

Cheesecakes And Cakes

Mini or individual cakes are a hot trend, they are a substitute of a usual wedding cake and allow each guest to enjoy his or her piece easily. They can have various tastes and toppings or be totally the same, it’s up to you. As for cheesecakes, they are amazing for people who have a sweet tooth but don’t like excessive sweetness. Go for your favorite tastes and top them with fresh fruits and berries.

mini cheesecakes with fresh raspberries, currant, blackberries and mint on top are fantastic

mini blueberry cheesecakes topped with blueberries are a very trendy idea and are perfect for those who don't like excessively sweet desserts

mini raspberry cheesecakes topepd with fresh berries are amazing, delicious and not too sweet

mini berry cheesecakes with whipped cream and fresh blackberries on top are crowd-pleasing, fresh and tasty

a mini naked fig cake with a slice of pear and a piece of fig on top and champagne cream

cranberry white chocolate mini cheesecakes are gorgeous mini desserts for holiday weddings

lemon chiffon mini cake with icing, a lemon slice and a fresh blackberry looks gorgeous and delicious

lemon curd, blueberry and almond teacakes are fresh and delicious, topped with edible blooms

mini blueberry cheesecakes topped with fresh berries are gorgeous, amazing and refreshing

mini blueberry swirl cheesecakes are chic, delicious and catchy-looking, they will fit any wedding

mini lime cheesecakes with icing and fresh lime slices on top are a very refreshing idea, ideal for tropical weddings

mini naked cakes filled with sweet and tangy orange marmalade and garnished with fresh flowers

mini pink cakes with sugar blooms on top are tasty and will substitute a usual wedding cake easily

mini red velvet cakes with cream and fresh strawberries on top are amazing for making your wedding sweeter

mini strawberry cheesecakes with berry jelly and fresh berry slices on top are very tasty

mini wedding cheesecakes with chocolate and Ferrero Rocher on top are fantastic and very sophisitcated

Other Desserts

Shortcakes are a fresh and delicious idea, a substitute of usual cakes. Panna cotta and tiramisu will be a nice dessert idea if you love Italian cuisine, mini pies are perfect for backyard, rustic and woodland weddings, pavlova and meringues are a timeless idea to go for, they are very sophisticated, donuts are a totally hot wedding trend. Choose what you like or rock them all!

a mirror and crystal stand with mini desserts - chocolate covered strawberries, mini pipes with cream, tiramisu in bowls

a macaron tower and delicious mini desserts topped with cream, berries, fruits

strawberry shortcake shooters with whipped cream on top are a delicious and classic mini dessert

mini chocolate cups with chocolate cream and fresh raspberries on top and mini tartlets with whipped cream, fresh raspberries and blackberries plus fruit

starwberry shortcake parfaits with whipped cream and strawberries cut in parts are delicious

mini fruit shortcakes topped with fresh strawberries are amazing, delicious and look cool

mini shortcakes topped with raspberries and fresh mint are refreshing and delicious, great for spring and summer

mini strawberry shortcakes with fresh berries on top are classics that will please most of guests

mini chocolate desserts filled with cream and fresh berries on top plus some ties and bows

chocolate petit fours, cupcakes with icing and fresh berries, a variety of shortcakes are all you need

mini donuts with cheese, chocolate and sugar flowers look super cute and will please everyone

eclaires with vanilla and chocolate sprinkes on top are fresh, tasty and amazing

fresh berry panna cotta in plastic containers is very refreshing, tasty and sweet

fudgy brownie bites with chocolate ganache and raspberries are a very refined option

mini donuts with edible glitter are delicious, cute and very popular as a wedding catering trend

mini lemon meringue pies are delicious, refreshing and just very cool for a wedding

mini pavlova desserts topped with fresh berries and herbs are delicious and very cute-looking

mini wedding dessert cherry pies with hearts and covered ones are amazingly tasty and homey

mousse cups with bite-size desserts and mini cake pops are a catchy and tasty idea

pastel cake pops and mini candies are amazing for a pastel wedding and look delicious

smore dessert shooters are a very relaxed, tasty and cool dessert idea, it's very non-traditional

strawberry shortcakes with fresh berries and daisies on top are relaxed, summer-like and very tasty


Slimming World cakes and dessert recipes

Jessica Dady November 7, 2019 8:00 am

If you're following the Slimming World plan you'll be happy to know that you can have your cake and eat it too with these simple, guilt-free cakes and dessert recipes.

If you & # 8217re following the Slimming World plan you don & # 8217t have to miss out on the good stuff. We & # 8217ve got loads of guilt-free Slimming World cakes and dessert recipes to enjoy while shifting the pounds.

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These Slimming World versions are brilliant because they cut down on as much of the naughty stuff as possible without losing the flavor. From brownies and chocolate pots to Mississippi mud pies and banoffee treats, there are loads of scrumptious recipes to choose from.

See all of our delicious Slimming World recipes or scroll down to see all of our amazing Slimming World cakes and desserts below.