You’ve heard of coffee cake, but what about cake made out of coffee? Here are some recipes that use coffee as the main (or secret) ingredient to highlight its flavor and create the perfect compliment to a cup of joe. Careful though, some have quite the caffeine boost themselves.
Whether you follow a gluten free diet out of choice or necessity, finding good food can sometimes be a challenge. That’s especially true for desserts, as many desserts do contain ingredients that have gluten. But… there’s good news too. There are a large number of bloggers online who specialize entirely on gluten free foods. Many of them have produced amazing recipes that don’t look or taste like they are gluten free.
Cupcakes are the petite version of cakes, and as they have enjoyed a resurgence beyond the world of a children’s birthday party, where rainbow sprinkles abound, there are many specifically adult-friendly varieties to try. Adding espresso, brewed coffee, or ground coffee to baked goods and their accoutrements is a great way to get a kick of caffeine while indulging in your sweet tooth.
Have you ever looked at a dish or a sauce and thought, well, this could use some alcohol? Some of you might have, but often, the addition of alcohol just doesn’t occur to people. Alcohol can be fantastic simply because of the flavor you’re adding to the dish, and sometimes also because of the alcohol content (for recipes that don’t burn this off).
Sugar cookies seem to be one of the most common types of cookies around, which isn’t too surprising as they are pretty tasty. But, one of the cool things about sugar cookies is how versatile they are. After all, they don’t have the lumps and bumps that other types of cookies have, so you can do all sorts of things with them.