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  • Royal Icing

    Royal Icing

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    Royal icing is typically used to decorate sugar cookies or for piping intricate decorations on a cake. It can also be used to glaze petit fours or individual cakes. When adding food coloring to royal icing, concentrated gel paste works best as it will not thin out the icing.

  • Apricot Rugelach

    Apricot Rugelach

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    The dough for this traditional Jewish cookie or pastry (it fits the bill as both) is rich and soft and must be made a day ahead and refrigerated before rolling out. We’ve filled these with apricot jam—but seedless raspberry, peach, strawberry and currant jellies are also wonderful. Rugelach freezes well and thaws quickly, which means it is well worth keeping on hand. But be warned: it is best to hide them in the back of the freezer, lest they disappear.

  • Vanilla and Orange Scented Triple Layer Cake with Cranberry Apple Filling

    Vanilla and Orange Scented Triple Layer Cake with Cranberry Apple Filling

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    This stunning holiday cake is a fun weekend project. Each component can be made separately and refrigerated ahead of time, which makes assembling the cake fairly easy. The ermine frosting is an old fashioned cooked flour frosting which is a soft mellow frosting that complements the tart cranberry filling.

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    Turtle Thumbprint Cookies

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    Classic turtles are taken up a notch when turned into the ultimate holiday cookie! Chocolate thumbprints coated in pecans and filled with homemade caramel are sure to become a new tradition.

  • Pumpkin Layer Cake with Cinnamon and Spice Cream Cheese Frosting (2)

    Pumpkin Layer Cake with Cinnamon and Spice Cream Cheese Frosting

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    Celebrate fall with this light and flavorful classic pumpkin layer cake. Enhanced with a cinnamon and spice cream cheese frosting, this beautiful cake is sure to become a holiday tradition.

  • Black and White Donuts

    Black and White Doughnuts

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    The Black and White cookie is New York’s iconic dessert, recognizable everywhere as belonging to the heart and soul of the Big Apple. But, truth be told, not everyone loves the cakey cookies as much as they love the City. For those folks—and their Black and White Cookie-loving brethren, here’s a dessert that takes it to the next level—without losing the great New York spirit.

  • Cake Boss Fondant Ghost Holiday Cakelette

    Fondant Covered Ghost Cakelettes

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    Creating spook-tacular treats for Halloween is easy with the Cake Boss Ghost Cakelette Pan. Decorate your individual mini cakes with buttercream frosting, royal icing, powdered sugar, or any other way you like. They're so cute, it's scary!

  • Pots and Pans Apple Cranberry Cobbler with Pumpkin Biscuits

    Apple Cranberry Cobbler with Pumpkin Biscuits

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    One of the easiest desserts to make for a crowd is apple cobbler. There’s no need to fuss with pie crust and everyone can take as big or as little a serving as they want. The addition of the pumpkin and pumpkin spice in the drop biscuit topping makes this a new Autumnal classic, perfect for those looking to serve something a little bit different for Thanksgiving dessert or just looking to make an easy comfort dish to end a Fall or Winter dinner party.

  • Berry and Chocolate Tart with Filo Pastry

    Berry and Chocolate Tarts with Filo Pastry

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    Hazelnuts and chocolate partner in this lush dessert, finished with a touch of fruit to make a gorgeous summer treat. Feel free to adjust the balance of milk and dark chocolate to your own preference.

  • Berry and Chocolate Tarts

    Berry and Chocolate Tarts with Hazelnut Pastry

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    Hazelnuts and chocolate partner in this lush dessert, finished with a touch of fruit to make a gorgeous summer treat. Feel free to adjust the balance of milk and dark chocolate to your own preference.

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    Mango and Passionfruit Buckle

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    Enjoy a warm taste of summer with this rich and fruity dessert that is also great for afternoon or morning tea. The passionfruit adds a lovely tang, but you could easily use pineapple or peaches instead. Delicious with whipped cream or ice cream!

  • Lavender Creme Brulee

    Lavender Crème Brûlée

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    Although we think of lavender as a perfume, it also has culinary uses. Used culinarily, lavender exudes a nuanced peppery flavor, with a hint of intense aroma. Here the lavender is combined with a bit of vanilla bean to add a familiar background note to the unexpected flavor of lavender. It is especially attractive to garnish these custards with a sprig of rosemary, either fresh or dried.

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