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    Coconut Easter Bunny Cake

    Serve up the cutest coconut bunny cake for Easter! It’s a nostalgic favorite made from a single yellow 9-inch cake layer and decorated with flaked coconut. Growing up I remember my mom making a version of this coconut cake around Easter, and she’d use a pink jellybean for a rabbit nose. I thought the whole thing was so clever, and it was truly a special holiday with a bunny cake on our table.  I just had to make one this year. I’ve been missing my family and our big holiday meals, and the tradition of making this cake makes me feel closer to them. It’s fashioned from a single yellow cake layer, and with some easy carving it is transformed into a cute, furry-looking bunny.This cut-out cake design has been around for decades. I’ve seen so many home-baked versions over the years from friends and neighbors. I didn’t deviate much from the original design. I did opt for edible candy ears instead of the usual construction paper ears, but you should use whatever best suits your time constraints. The candy ears do take a little more effort. The cake layer is so delicious with a big dose of sour cream added to the batter. Slice it in half, frost with yummy coconut buttercream, and stick it together so that it looks like a big taco. Cut a notch out of the top of the cake and be sure to save the scraps. It looks fairly bunny body-shaped at this point. Stick a couple of scrap pieces on top of the head area with frosting and trim it to a roundish shape. The video at the end of this blog post will be helpful to follow for the carving technique – definitely check it out!Another smaller scrap piece will make the tail on the opposite end of the head. Cover the entire thing with frosting. You don’t have to be too precious with this step, just get it all covered. Shredded coconut will cover up most imperfections.As I mentioned earlier, mom always made the bunny ears using construction paper. It’s easiest, really. But I decided to make candy ears. I cut out two rabbit ear shapes out of heavy card stock and coated them with a thick layer of candy. While they’re still wet, lift one end using a toothpick and transfer them to a parchment-lined baking sheet. After a chill in the freezer peel the card stock from the backs of the candy. Again – the video will be helpful here. Melted pink candy and sanding sugar will give the bunny’s ears more detail. I also brushed the white areas with corn syrup and added coconut for a fuzzy appearance. A little buttercream dotted on the back of a real satin bow holds it in place and makes the cake look cuddly like a toy. (Aw!)Two black Sixlets eyes and a heart-shaped candy nose gives this bunny a cute face. If you don’t have those candies on hand then black and pink jellybeans will work.How could I NOT make some green coconut ‘grass’? It’s so classic with this cake. I layered it with grassy green sprinkles and a few gorgeous Sconza Jordan almonds. I could go on and on about how perfect this candy is. Each candy almond is so polished and unblemished. They look like little bird eggs! This is such a good recipe for a single cake layer. It’s tender and the sour cream helps it retain its softness. It is the perfect blank canvas for nearly any small baking project, but especially this one. Have a sweet Easter! 

      LEGGI TUTTO

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    Pull Apart Praline Monkey Bread

    Monkey Bread is a sweet, pull-apart, pastry-style bread. Each piece is coated in melted butter and cinnamon sugar and baked to perfection in a bundt pan! I top mine with an out of control praline style-brown sugar icing that is to die for!
    If you love Monkey Bread, try my Cheese Stuffed Garlic Pull-Apart Bread for a savory option!

    My Monkey Bread Recipe Is A Family Favorite!
    I am SO excited to share this recipe with you! It’s a recipe that I shared in my book that is such a favorite I decided it needed a permanent place here on my site! It’s a Praline Pull Apart Monkey Bread that is ridiculously decadent and delicious.
    What makes this monkey bread so special is that it is 100% from scratch. The dough is a simple yeast dough that makes all the difference in the world. Of course there are so many monkey bread recipes out there that used canned biscuit dough, but the homemade dough is what sets this recipe apart.
    What Is Monkey Bread?
    Monkey Bread is a pastry that you pull apart and eat with your fingers (like a monkey I guess?). I didn’t create the name! What you generally have is cinnamon-coated dough pieces that are baked together in a larger pan, creating a cobbly-looking bread.
    I used to make Monkey Bread growing up with my grandma. We would bake it and take it over to her friend’s houses for their “coffee hour”. We always made the shortcut version with canned biscuits, but oh how I loved dipping each biscuit piece into melted butter first, and then that sweet cinnamon-sugar mixture. Sometimes we would add nuts, other times we would leave them out, but the addition of chopped pecans adds a little extra texture and flavor that I love.
    When I decided to create a homemade version of my childhood favorite for my book I wanted to have all the elements of the nostalgia, but make it a little more indulgent! That’s where the chopped pecans and brown sugar, praline-style, icing comes in! You can absolutely skip this step, but it sure does make it extra delish!

    Ingredients:
    There are a few steps to this recipe, but don’t let that intimidate you! Everything is easy to do, and it’s also a great make ahead recipe!
    Dough:
    Dry active yeast. You can also use Instant or “Rapid Rise” yeast as well. If you do use Instant, the rise time will be about 45 minutes to 1 hour, as opposed to 2 hours.granulated sugarwarm watervegetable oilkosher saltall purpose flour
    Coating:
    light brown sugarmelted butterchopped pecans – you can omit the nuts if you have an allergy or just prefer no nuts!
    Icing:
    butterlight brown sugarheavy creampowdered sugar

    Tips On How To Make Monkey Bread:
    The full recipe is below in the printable recipe card, but I definitely want to share some of my favorite tips so your Monkey Bread turns out perfectly!
    Make sure to grease your bundt pan well. This is kind of a no-brainer, but there is always that moment when you invert the bundt pan and pray that nothing sticks! Luckily Monkey Bread is a pretty “rustic” looking bread, so imperfections will never be noticed! Plus you’re covering the top in icing!Allow the dough to rise in a warm, draft-free place. My oven has a “proof” setting which I use all the time and really love. But if you don’t have that on your oven, just try to place your bowl of dough in the warmest part of your kitchen. Another trick I have used in the past if you don’t have a proof setting on your oven is before you start making the dough, turn the oven on to the lowest temperature. Allow it to preheat, then turn the oven off. Start making your dough and by the time you’re ready to allow it to rise, the oven will have cooled down enough that it will be the perfect place to let your dough rise. Make sure the oven isn’t too warm. You just want it to be a little warmer than room temp!Leave out the nuts if you aren’t a fan…same with the frosting. You can easily make this “plain” and it’s still great!Serving this warm is a NEXT LEVEL experience. Highly recommend!

    Do You Have To Use A Bundt Pan?
    You don’t have to, but it sure is pretty! You can make this recipe in 2, 8×4 loaf pans if that’s what you have!
    Do You Have To Make the Icing?
    Nope! The bread on its own is sweet, but the addition of that brown sugar praline icing is really outstanding!!!

    Can You Make the Dough Ahead?
    Absolutely! I have included in the recipe that if you would prefer to make the dough ahead you can! Allow the dough to rise in the refrigerator instead of at room temperature. You can do this overnight or up to 3 days!
    Can You Use Canned Biscuits For This Monkey Bread Recipe?
    If you love the idea of this recipe but just don’t have the time to make your own dough, I totally get it. You can use 2 (16- ounce) cans of canned biscuits.(I recommend the Grands! Flaky Biscuits). Cut each biscuit into 4 equal pieces and dip each piece in your melted butter, then cinnamon sugar mixture!

    How To Store:
    Honestly, this bread is best is enjoyed the same day, but you can absolutely store it if you just can’t finish it! I don’t recommend more than 2 days though for freshness. Just store it airtight at room temperature!
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    Pull Apart Praline Monkey Bread

    Description:
    This Monkey bread is out of control delicious! It’s the perfect breakfast or brunch recipe for special occasions.

    Ingredients:

    Dough:

    2 teaspoons dry active yeast
    1 teaspoon granulated sugar
    1 1/3 cups warm water
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    2 teaspoons kosher salt
    3 1/2 – 4 cups all purpose flour

    Coating:

    1 1/4 cup light brown sugar, packed
    1/2 cup butter, melted
    3/4 cup chopped pecans

    Icing:

    4 tablespoons butter
    1 cup light brown sugar, packed
    1/4 cup heavy cream
    1 cup powdered sugar

    Instructions

    Dough: Mix the yeast, sugar and water together in a bowl and allow the mixture to sit for 4 minutes until the yeast is dissolved. 
    In the bowl of the stand mixer fitted with the dough hook attachment mix 3 ½ cups flour, salt and oil together on low speed. Stir the yeast mixture and then slowly add it to the bowl with the flour. Mix this on medium speed for 5- 6 minutes. If the dough is excessively sticky add the remaining flour 1 tablespoon at a time until it becomes it becomes smooth.
    Spray the inside of a large bowl with cooking spray and transfer the dough into the bowl, cover with a clean dish cloth, place in a warm place and allow it to raise for 2 hours or until it has doubled in size. Alternately you can place the dough into a sprayed gallon sized zip-top bag and allow it to rise in the refrigerator overnight (you get the same results and the dough is ready in the morning for breakfast).
    Coating and Assembly: Preheat your oven to 350°F/175°C
    Spray a bundt pan with cooking spray. Sprinkle half of the pecans into the bottom of the pan evenly and it set aside.
    Place the brown sugar and melted butter in a small bowl and stir to combine. 
    Punch the risen dough down and tear pieces of the dough off and roll into 1- inch balls. Dip each dough ball into the brown sugar/butter mixture and place in the prepared pan. Continue this with all the dough, placing it in the pan evenly. Drizzle any remaining brown sugar/butter mixture on top of the dough and finally sprinkle on the remaining pecans.
    Bake the bread for 30- 35 minutes until it’s risen and lightly golden.
    Remove the pan from the oven and place on a wire rack to cool slightly.
    Icing: While the bread is cooling make your icing by combining the butter, brown sugar and heavy cream into a medium saucepan. Cook the mixture, stirring frequently, until it comes to a boil and boil for one minute. Remove from the heat immediately and whisk in the powdered sugar.
    Invert the bundt pan onto a cake stand or serving platter. Drizzle the icing evenly on top of the bread.
    Serve warm.

    Notes:

    Store airtight at room temperature for up to 2 days

    Keywords:: cookies and cups, monkey bread, pull apart bread, yeast dough, bundt pan, breakfast, brunch

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    Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins

    150 SharesThese Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins are the perfect treat for breakfast, snack time, dessert, or Easter brunch! The cream cheese filling bursts out of the top of the crunchy sugar coated muffin, making them just as pretty as they are tasty!
    Make sure to try my Carrot Cake Recipe too…it is the ABSOLUTE best!

    This recipe was originally posted back in 2014. The photos and recipe tips have been updated in 2021, but the recipe remains the same.
    Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins!
    Muffins are pretty under-rated in my house. The lack of frosting piled on top is a deal breaker…sometimes a streusel will solve this issue, sometimes a glaze…but generally no one ever requests muffins.
    But I think I have solved the issue with these Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins…because the frosting baked inside, which kinda makes them like cake you can eat for breakfast. And everyone seemed to like that idea.

    Cream Cheese Filled Carrot Cake Muffins Are An Easy Brunch Idea!
    These muffins are not only delicious, but they are so pretty! When they bake the cream cheese filling peeks through the tops, which creates a gorgeous, crackly finish that looks amazing on a brunch platter!
    My kids enjoy these for breakfast, or as a snack. Even though they claim “carrot cake isn’t their favorite”.

    Ingredients:
    Filling
    cream cheesepowdered sugarvanilla extract
    Muffins
    all purpose flourbaking powderkosher saltground cinnamonlight brown sugareggsvanilla extractwatervegetable oilgrated carrotscoarse sugar

    Tips:
    These carrot muffins are really very easy to make, but there are a few tips that I want to share to make sure you have perfect results.
    Don’t use pre-grated carrots! I know it’s nice to use shortcuts from time to time, but the pre-grated carrots that you can buy in the produce section of most grocery stores are just too coarse to work well in baked goods. Save those for your salads. Simply use a grater and grate up some whole carrots. The flavor is so much better, there is more moisture and they will be much thinner, giving your muffin a great texture!You CAN use low fat cream cheese! Look, you don’t have to, but you absolutely CAN use a lower fat cream cheese for the filling and they will turn out great!Don’t over-mix the batter. Keep these muffins tender and light by just folding the wet ingredients into the dry without over-mixing. That’s the beauty of these as well, no stand mixer necessary! You can use a hand mixer to make the filling creamy, but you also can skip that step and mix it up with a wooden spoon!Make sure your cream cheese is room temperature! It’s easy to want to skip this step, but the cream cheese filling will be much easier to mix when it’s room temperature, and won’t be lumpy!
    Add-In Ideas:
    You can get creative with these muffins if you would like! Here’s a few ideas:
    Raisins. A lot of folks like their carrot cake with raisins, so throw in 1/2 – 3/4 cup to the batter to add a little more sweetness!Walnuts. Chopped walnuts will add texture, so chop them up and add in 1/2 cup or so!Crumb topping! If you want to go the extra mile, add a little crumb topping on top! Ohhh yeah!

    But…Are These Carrot Muffins Healthy?
    Ummmm, do you want me to lie to you here? These aren’t exactly health food. There are carrots in there, so I’m going to say that’s something. BUT you absolutely could make these without the cream cheese filling inside.
    How To Store:
    Since these are filled with that cream cheese mixture you will need to refrigerate these if you want to enjoy them over the next few days.
    And yep, they freeze great! Just store them in an airtight container for up to 30 days, and allow them to thaw at room temperature.

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    Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins

    Description:
    Inside Out Carrot Cake Muffins are the perfect breakfast or brunch idea!

    Ingredients:

    Filling

    8– ounces cream cheese, room temperature
    3/4 cup powdered sugar
    1 teaspoon vanilla

    Muffins

    2 1/4 cup all purpose flour
    1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
    1 teaspoon kosher salt
    1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    1 cup light brown sugar packed
    2 eggs
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    3/4 cup water
    1/3 cup vegetable oil
    1 cup grated carrots
    1/4 cup coarse sugar (like Sugar in the Raw)

    Instructions

    Filling: Mix the cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla in a mixing bowl until creamy, about 1 minute using a hand mixer. Set aside.
    Muffins: Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line muffin tin with cupcake liners or coat muffin tin with nonstick spray. Set aside.
    Whisk the flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and brown sugar together in large bowl, set aside.
    In another medium sized bowl whisk the eggs, oil and water together until foamy.
    Stir the wet ingredients into the flour mixture and fold in the carrots.
    Assembly: Place 2 tablespoons of muffin batter into the bottom of each muffin tin. Top with 1 tablespoon of cream cheese mixture and finally drop another tablespoon of muffin batter on top of that, covering the cream cheese. Sprinkle generously with coarse sugar.
    Bake for 20 minutes until the muffins are set.
    Serve warm or room temperature

    Notes:

    Store airtight in the refrigerator for up to 3 days
    Freeze for up to 30 days

    Keywords:: cookies and cups, carrot cake, carrot cake muffins, muffin recipe, breakfast, brunch, easter

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    Whiskey Marmalade Hot Cross Bread & Butter Pudding

    Recipe development and photography by Shane Smith buns are a revelation on their own. Add warm whiskey and tart orange marmalade and they become something even better. Baked with boozy custard and sandwiched with butter and marmalade, this is the ideal Easter pudding created by Irish baker Shane Smith. ¼ cup plus 1 teaspoon (55 […] LEGGI TUTTO

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    Pecan Meringue Cookies

    These light and sweet meringue cookies are made with just three ingredients: egg whites, sugar, and pecans. Great for Christmas or for a Passover or Easter treat! Start them the night before and let them cool slowly in the oven until morning.

    Photography Credit: Sally Vargas

    Pecan Meringue cookies are a classic cookie to make for holiday gatherings, especially Easter! Called Easter Cookies or Resurrection Cookies, they’re made with whipped egg whites, sugar, and pecans.
    The tradition is to put them into a hot oven the night before Easter, turn off the heat, and go to bed. The next morning you wake up to sweet, light clouds of meringue cookie pecan fluffiness.
    They’re crisp on the outside and meltingly light on the inside, and so easy to make!
    Video! How to Make Pecan Meringue Cookies

    The Ingredients for Pecan Meringue Cookies
    There are only 3 main ingredients in these meringue cookies:
    Egg whites
    Sugar
    Pecans
    We also add a pinch of salt and a little vinegar to help stabilize the meringue cookies so they hold their shape.

    How to make pecan meringue cookies
    Before you start, you’ll want to make sure that your mixer bowl and whisk are spotlessly clean. Separate your egg whites and let them sit at room temperature for a while (about 30 minutes), and toast and chop your pecans.
    Add a pinch of salt to the egg whites in the mixer bowl and mix on medium speed until the egg whites foam up to soft peaks.
    Slowly add the sugar, a couple tablespoons at a time, allowing for the sugar to dissolve in the egg whites before adding more. Add a teaspoon of vinegar and beat the meringue on high speed until it is glossy and has stiff peaks.
    Gently fold in the chopped pecans. Don’t over-mix or you’ll deflate the meringue.
    Drop spoonfuls of meringue onto a lined baking sheet. You can also pipe them using a star tip, but I find that the chopped nuts can interfere a bit with the piping so I prefer to just drop them by spoonfuls.
    Bake for 25 minutes at 250°F, then turn off the heat and keep the cookies in the oven (without peaking!) for another 2 to 3 hours, or overnight.
    Tips for meringue cookie success
    Making meringue cookies is fairly straightforward, but keep the following in mind:
    Whenever whipping egg whites, make sure that your equipment is squeaky clean! Even the smallest amount of residual fat in the bowl may keep the egg whites from whipping properly. Also make sure that there are no bits of egg yolk in your egg whites. Use a piece of egg shell to fish any out if you see them.
    Humidity is not your friend. If it’s a rainy or humid day, the meringue cookies may not crisp up well. If that’s the case you may need to bake them longer.
    Are the cookies browning? Lower the heat. Every oven is calibrated a little bit differently. The heat should be high enough to set the cookie, but not so high that the meringue browns. If you see it starting to brown, lower the temp by 25°F.
    Still a little gooey inside? Let them sit out for a while (assuming low humidity). Or bake them a little longer.

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    How to Store Meringue Cookies
    To store at room temperature: Seal the meringues tightly in a container, separating layers with parchment or waxed paper. Putting a silica gel packet in there to absorb excess moisture can’t hurt. The meringues should keep 2 weeks, possibly longer.
    To freeze meringues: Pack them in a rigid, airtight container in layers separated with parchment or waxed paper. Store up to a month; thaw on the counter.
    Fun Variations on These Cookies!
    Add 1 teaspoon extract: Try vanilla, lemon, peppermint, or almond.
    Switch up the nuts: Pistachios, walnuts, or almonds work well. Use toasted nuts for the best flavor.
    Swap out the nuts: Use chocolate chips, crushed candy canes, coconut flakes, or even crushed Corn Flakes instead.
    Tint the cookies: Add a drop or two of food coloring added in the last minute of whipping.
    Make chocolate meringues: Sift 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder over the beaten meringues at the beginning of Step 5 and fold together when you add the pecans.
    What to Do With Your Leftover Egg Yolks
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    Updated December 4, 2020 : We added a new video to help you make the best meringue cookies ever! Enjoy!

    Pecan Meringue Cookies Recipe

    Notes on working with egg whites. Eggs are easiest to separate when they are cold, and they fluff up the best in the oven when they start at room temperature. So separate the eggs when you take them out of the fridge, then let the whites sit for a while (30 min or so) to take the chill off before beating them.
    Make sure that all bowls, hands, and utensils that might touch the eggs are clean and free from oils.

    Ingredients
    1 cup (100 g) whole pecans, preferably lightly roasted for 8-10 min at 250°F (120°C)
    3 egg whites
    Pinch salt
    3/4 cup (150 g) sugar
    1 teaspoon vinegar

    Method

    1 Preheat oven to 300°F (150°C).
    2 Break pecans into small pieces: Place pecans in zipper baggie and beat them with a wooden spoon or roll over them with a rolling pin to break them into small pieces. Set aside.
    3 Beat the egg whites to soft peaks: Put egg whites into a spotlessly clean standup mixer bowl. Add the salt. Beat on medium speed until soft peaks start to become visible and the egg white bubbles are very small and uniform, about 2 to 3 minutes.

    4 Slowly add sugar as you continue whipping: Increase the speed to medium-high, and slowly add the sugar, a couple tablespoons at a time, to the egg whites. Continue to whip the eggs and sugar for a few minutes.
    Then add the vinegar to the bowl. Increase speed to high and whip the egg whites until they fluff up and become glossy, and stiff peaks form when the whisk is lifted, 4-5 minutes.

    5 Fold in pecan pieces: Using a rubber spatula, gently fold in the pecan pieces.

    6 Drop by teaspoons onto a cookie sheets that have been lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat.

    7 Bake: Put the cookies sheet in the 300°F (150°C) oven, close the door and lower the heat to 250°F (120°C). Bake them for 25 minutes at 250°F (120°C), then turn the oven OFF. Leave them in the oven for 2 to 3 hours or overnight. When they are ready they’ll be crisp on the outside, and light and airy on the inside.
    If they are a little marshmallowy or chewy on the inside, just let them dry out for a few more hours.

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    Easter Bunny Cake

    Hippity-hoppity, Easter’s on its way! Celebrate with this charming bunny-shaped carrot cake, complete with edible Easter grass and candy eggs.Easter is arriving earlier than usual this year (April 12th – last year it was on the 21st!), so now’s the time to commence the making of bunny and egg-themed treats. I was so happy when Wilton invited me to make a spring-themed cake with their products, I couldn’t reply YES fast enough! Soon a box of tools and colorful ingredients arrived at my doorstep, and they inspired this funny bunny cake.

    Look at ALL THE THINGS! I couldn’t wait to get started. Here’s a list of all the items I used and some shopping links in case you’re looking to make your own bunny cake this year.
    I decided early on that this bunny would be made of carrot cake (what else?) and I really appreciated how my favorite carrot sheet cake recipe fit perfectly into the bunny pan. I covered the cooled cake with white buttercream and added some pink fondant ears and a heart-shaped nose. The eyes are jumbo black confetti sprinkles with black fondant eyelids and lashes, which are easy to make using a small circle cutter (see here).

    This egg mold makes the most beautiful candy eggs that have a smooth, matte finish – just like an eggshell! I used pink, orange, and yellow candy melts, but you could use whatever color you have on hand. 

    See how pretty they turned out? Next I’ll be making some chocolate-peanut butter eggs using this mold.
    The Easy Blooms Tip Set was so fun to try! I used it with confectioners’ buttercream that I tinted with the Neon Gel Food Color Set. To achieve flowers with yellow middles, spread icing on a sheet of plastic wrap, and pipe a yellow line of icing in the center -then roll it together, snip the end and place the frosting in a piping bag fitted with an Easy Bloom tip. You could also use a variety of other Wilton piping tips to create pretty flowers for bunny’s crown.I practiced piping on a piece of parchment, and if you try these tips, I recommend you do the same. You’ll soon find a method for applying the right pressure to the piping bag. When I started getting consistently nice-looking flowers, I piped a whole bunch of them on a baking sheet and popped them in the freezer. After a quick chill, I easily transferred the best looking blooms to the cake with a spatula.
    Brushing the cake board with piping gel helped hold on the grassy-looking sprinkles (I used both the Easter Grass Sprinkles and Easter Eggs with Grass Sprinkles). If you don’t have piping gel, then a small amount of corn syrup would also work. I think the molded candy eggs look right at home nestled in the grass.
    I gave bunny some sprinkle freckles – HA! – which totally made me happy and I giggled for a good minute before moving on to adding bunny head-shaped sprinkles to the flower crown. (How silly is that sentence!?) Both of these sprinkles are part of the Spring Sprinkles set.
    What a fun project! And the cake is so colorful, it’s like a ray of sunshine – which I think we all could use right about now.Follow my favorite carrot sheet cake recipe, which is usually baked in a 13×9-inch pan and comes with a quick cream cheese frosting recipe. The batter fits perfectly in the Easter Bunny Cake Pan, and you can find my American Buttercream recipe here, which I used to frost and decorate Bunny.

    Carrot Sheet CakeYields 15 servings1 1/2 cups (180g, or 7 oz.) all-purpose flour1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1 cup (200g) granulated sugar1 1/4 cups grated carrot (about 2 1/4 large carrots)2/3 cup (160ml) vegetable oil2 large eggs8 oz. crushed pineapple, drained1 teaspoon vanilla extractPreheat oven to 350°F. Grease and flour a 13×9-inch baking pan.In the bowl of an electric mixer, combine the first six ingredients. Whisk to combine. In a separate bowl, combine the carrot, oil, eggs, pineapple, and vanilla. Stir well to combine. Add this mixture to the dry ingredients and beat at medium speed for 2 minutes.Pour into the prepared pan and bake for 35 minutes, or until a toothpick tester inserted near the center comes out clean. Cool in the pan on a wire rack.Quick cream cheese frosting3 oz. cream cheese, softened4 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract2 1/4 cups (310g) powdered sugar, siftedIn the bowl of an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese and butter on medium speed. Mix in the vanilla. Add powdered sugar and beat until smooth. Spread on top of cooled cake. Store the frosted cake in the refrigerator covered in plastic wrap. Bring to room temperature before serving.
    link Easter Bunny Cake By Heather Baird Published: Friday, March 27, 2020Friday, March 27, 2020Easter Bunny Cake (Carrot Sheet Cake Recipe) LEGGI TUTTO

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    Hot Cross Buns

    679 SharesHot Cross Buns are a soft, sweet bread roll made with a vanilla icing cross on the top, traditionally eaten on Good Friday in some countries, but they should definitely be enjoyed all year long!If you’re new to yeast baking make sure to try my Cinnamon Rolls Recipe! They’re amazing and easy enough for beginners!Hot Cross Buns Are A Classic Easter RecipeHot Cross Buns are a treat I grew up eating on Easter morning. I know there are lots of different traditions when it comes to Hot Cross Buns, but I always looked forward to having them once a year. Honestly, though, there is no reason why these can’t be enjoyed all year long! They are a sweet bread, usually made with dried currants or raisins (I used Craisins), and topped with a sweet icing. We always had them warm with a nice spread of butter too. SO good!Baking With Yeast Is Easy!I have been on a roll lately baking with yeast, and I am not about to stop anytime soon. My Sweet Dinner Rolls have been a weekly recipe! To imagine there was a time when the idea of baking bread from scratch made me a little nervous is crazy! It’s actually very easy and using Rapid Rise (Instant) Yeast makes it quick too!Honestly, if you think about yeast as just another ingredient it takes the worry out of it. AND once you do it once, you will see how uncomplicated the process really is. You can make bread by hand, or if you have a mixer with a hook attachment that works for the kneading portion too!My Main Bread Making TipKnowing when to be done kneading is the question I get most. So here’s my PRO TIP: After you knead the dough for the recommended period of time, press it gently with two fingers, and it springs back, you’re done kneading! It should be smooth and elastic to the touch.What Are Hot Cross Buns?I did a little research to find out the history of Hot Cross Buns and found lots of interesting facts. They say that the cross on the bun represents…well, a cross, and the bread represents the end of Lent. There are also many theories on the origin of Hot Cross Buns.One of the interesting myths behind the recipe is that buns baked and served on Good Friday will not spoil or grow moldy during the subsequent year. Another myth is if the buns are hung in the kitchen, they are supposed to protect against fires and ensure that all your bread turns out perfectly! I kind of like that idea!!Anyhow, there are countless stories and traditions around Hot Cross Buns, but what I know is that they are delicious!How Do You Make Hot Cross Buns?Working with RapidRise® Yeast makes the process easy! The dough comes together very quickly, and requires about 4-6 minutes of knead time, which you can do with your hands, or with the dough hook attachment on your stand mixer!The dough will be soft for these, so add your flour in small increments, to make sure you don’t add too much!Allow 350-45 minutes for the dough to rise. I like to cover the dough and put into an oven that was heated just to warm, and then turned off.Hot Cross Buns should be soft, and chewy, like any good bread. You have the subtle sweetness from the dried fruit, and the icing on top, paired with that distinct yeast flavor.I hope these become a tradition in your house too!Looking for More Yeast Bread Recipes? Try These:PrintHot Cross Buns Description:Easy, classic Hot Cross Buns RecipeIngredients:1/2 cup dried cranberries or currants3-1/4 to 3-3/4 cups all-purpose flour3 tablespoons granulated sugar1 (1/4- ounce) envelope Fleischmann’s® RapidRise Yeast1 teaspoon kosher salt1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 cup milk1/4 cup water1/4 cup butter 2 eggs1 egg white, lightly beatenIcingInstructionsPlace dried cranberries in a small bowl. Cover with boiling water and let sit for 5-10 minutes, or until plumped. Drain and set aside.Combine 1 cup flour, sugar, undissolved yeast, salt, and cinnamon in the bowl of your stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment.In a microwave-safe bowl heat the milk, water and butter for 30 – 45 seconds until very warm (120° to 130°F). Stir this into the flour mixture.Mix the eggs, cranberries, and enough remaining flour to make soft dough (I generally use 3 1/2 cups total). Replace the paddle attachment with a dough hook and knead on medium speed for 4-6 minutes. Alternately, you can knead the dough on a lightly floured surface until smooth and elastic, 4-6 minutes. Cover the dough with a clean dish towel and let it rest for 10 minutes.Line a large baking sheet parchment paper and coat lightly with nonstick spray.Divide the dough into 12 equal pieces. Form each piece into a ball and place 3- inches apart on prepared sheet. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place until doubled in size, about 35 to 50 minutes.Preheat oven to 375°F.With a sharp knife, cut a shallow cross in top of each bun. Brush egg white over tops and bake for 15-18 minutes until golden brown. Allow the buns to cool before icing.For the icing, mix together the powdered sugar, vanilla, and cream in a bowl until smooth. Place the icing in small zip-top bag with a corner snipped off and pipe the icing onto the buns in a cross shape.Notes:Store airtight at room temperature for up to a day. Best served same day.Keywords:: hot cross buns, bread, yeast, rapid rise yeast, quick yeastWant To Save This Recipe?PIN for later: LEGGI TUTTO

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    Baked Raspberry Oatmeal

    104 SharesThis Baked Raspberry Oatmeal is my new favorite breakfast idea! Baked Oatmeal is warm, cozy and comforting…plus it’s super easy to whip up. Make this your new weekend breakfast staple!Baked Oatmeal Is My New Favorite Way To Eat Oatmeal!Looking for a cross between oatmeal and a cake? Baked oatmeal is the recipe you’ve been looking for. I’ve never been an oatmeal for breakfast kind of girl. I don’t know if it is a texture thing…or the fact that I grew up with my mom buying the Instant Oatmeal packets…but I just never loved it.But Baked Oatmeal has taught me that THIS is the way oatmeal for breakfast was meant to be consumed! Yes, it takes a bit longer than an Instant Oatmeal, but I you can even make this the night before and heat it up in the morning to save time, or as a great brunch item when you’re entertaining.What Ingredients Are In Baked Oatmeal?Don’t let the ingredients list fool you…it looks a little long, I get it…but let me break down the key ingredients what you need:Oats. Of course you need oats! Use old fashioned (or rolled oats) in this recipe. The bake time is written for rolled oats, not Quick Oats!Coconut Milk. You can ABSOLUTELY use regular milk. Coconut milk is just a nice option!Applesauce. This is a great flavor-maker, as well as a healthy way to add moisture.Brown Sugar. You can use honey, maple syrup, or agave syrup if you prefer. If you do choose to use a liquid sugar, measure out 1/4- cup in a liquid measuring cup!Here’s How You Make Baked Raspberry Oatmeal…I feel like baked oatmeal is even easier than cooking oatmeal on the stove top. All you do is whisk together the simple ingredients and bake! Like, literally that’s all you do. It’s really THAT simple!Do You HAVE To Use Raspberries?Nope! You can leave out the fruit element altogether, OR you can add other types. Here are a few ideas:Any other types of berries…blueberries, strawberries, blackberries…Sliced bananas would be amazing!Diced apples…yum!Chopped peaches…giving you peaches and cream oatmeal vibes!Can You Make This Baked Oatmeal Ahead?Absolutely! You can make this on the spot, or make it the night before. To reheat the oatmeal just cover it and place in a 350°F preheated oven for 10-ish minutes. Or heat up individual portions in the microwave!What Can You Top This Baked Oatmeal With?So many options!!! Here are a few that I love…A drizzle of browned butter. OMG YES.A few teaspoons of milk or heavy cream.Maple SyrupWhipped CreamA sprinkle of brown sugar.Looking For More Oatmeal Recipes? Try These:PrintBaked Raspberry Oatmeal Description:This Baked Raspberry Oatmeal is my new favorite breakfast idea! Baked Oatmeal is warm, cozy and comforting…plus it’s super easy to whip up.Ingredients:1 1/2 cups old fashioned rolled oats1/2 cup loose packed light brown sugar1 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp ground cinnamon1/4 tsp salt1/2 cup canned light coconut milk1/4 cup applesauce1 egg1 tsp vanilla1 Tbsp butter, melted2/3 cup fresh raspberriesInstructionsPreheat oven to 350°Spray a small baking dish with spray. I used a small 2 serving round oval dish.In a large bowl whisk together oats, brown sugar, baking powder, cinnamon and salt. In a separate bowl whisk together coconut milk, applesauce, egg and vanilla. Slowly add melted butter, whisking constantly. Pour this mixture into the oat mixture and stir to combine.Gently stir in the raspberries and transfer to prepared dish.Bake oatmeal for 25 minutes until top is lightly golden.Drizzle with additional coconut milk if desired.Notes:recipe from Seriously DelishJessica’s recipe also suggests drizzling 2 Tbsp of brown butter on top of the oatmeal. This would be AMAZING, I just opted not to, trying to keep the fat a little lower..but you should totally try it!Keywords:: baked oatmeal recipe, healthy baked oatmeal, how to bake oatmeal Want To Save This Recipe? LEGGI TUTTO