reuse parchment paper

Can You Reuse Parchment Paper?

Parchment paper is a handy tool that every baker should have in their kitchen. It has a silicone coating, preventing your baked goods from sticking. Parchment paper allows for easy transfer of items from the …

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soak dried fruit

Do You Need To Soak Dried Fruit Before Baking?

Dried fruit can provide wonderful flavor and texture to all kinds of baked goods like cookies, cakes, breads, muffins, scones, and more. Raisins, cranberries, cherries, apricots – they all lend sweetness, chewiness, and concentrated taste. …

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Why Is My Divinity Candy Chewy?

Divinity candy holds a special place in many holiday traditions. This sweet, melt-in-your-mouth confection is meant to be light and airy. There is nothing more frustrating than biting into that sweet concoction, and instead of …

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Can I Freeze Pecan Pie Filling?

As autumn arrives, pecan trees start dropping their generous harvest. Nuts that find their way into our kitchens and holiday recipes. Pecan pie is a classic treat that can use up lots of fresh pecans. …

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pumpkin bread gummy

Why Is My Pumpkin Bread Gummy?

The sweet smell of pumpkin bread baking – it’s something we all love. But then the loaf that we so eagerly waited on comes out of the oven and, instead of being a fluffy, moist …

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Why Does My Pumpkin Pie Crack On Top?

Why does my pumpkin pie crack on top? Making a pumpkin pie might look easy, but little things like overbaking, overmixing, or not letting the pie cool down slowly can cause unwanted cracks. These small …

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