Do Chocolate Transfers

How To : Apply chocolate transfers

In this video series you will learn how to make cut outs using chocolate transfers. Then seehow to apply the chocolate transfers to dipped crackers, sugar cookies and caramels.

How To : Cut out shapes using chocolate transfers

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Melt candy coating or melt and temper real chocolate. 2. Spread a thin layer of melted chocolate over the transfer sheet, with texture side up. 3. Allow to "just" set and cut with cookie cutters or geometrical shapes using a pizza cutter. 4. When hardened, bre ...more

How To : Apply chocolate transfers around a cake

Gastronomes who import the consumption of food - rather than its making - often think more about the palatable impact of a morsel of chocolate or a bite of cake than how the chocolate or cake came to be. But if you're interested in putting on a chef's hat to go full circle wit ...more

How To : Apply chocolate transfers on dipped sugar cookies

INSTRUCTIONS: Cut transfer sheets in squares to fit the treat to be dipped. Melt candy coating or melt and temper real chocolate. Dip sugar cookin in melted candy coating. Set on a silicone mat or parchment paper. Immediatly place a cut transfer square, textured side down, on ...more

How To : Bake Yummy Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are always a crowd-pleaser, not to mention it's some of the easiest baking you can do. Ingredients 2 1/2 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup butter, softened (room temperature is perfect) 1 1/2 cups brown su ...more

How To : Make a chocolate smoothie milkshake

Those are some yummy chocolate smoothie milkshake but how do you prepare those? Now here are the steps to prepare chocolate smoothie/milk shake. The ingredients required for preparing the milkshake, 1/4 cup of chocolate syrup,1/2 cup of milk and 2 cups vanilla ice-cream and bl ...more

How To : Set Up a Coffee Station at Your Buffet

When having a large dinner party or family gathering, having a coffee station set up saves the Host/hostess a lot of busy work. Guests like getting their own beverages rather than having to ask for one, and the coffee station is the key solution. Plus, one can serve several ki ...more

How To : Make chocolate stuffed eclairs with Paula Deen

Start with one cup of boiling water then a one stick of butter to the boiling water and let it melt. Add one cup of all purpose flour slowly. It will get really thick and form a ball. Transfer to a bowl and let it cool while you prepare the filling for the eclairs. Add 1/4 cup ...more

How To : Make chocolate dipped fortune cookie cupcakes

Fortune cookies are fun little after-meal treats. It's always exciting cracking open revelations about our heart and souls as deemed fit by fortune tellers the Panda Express. Whether you believe in fortune cookies or not, they make very cute snacks and their shape can be trans ...more

How To : Make dessert crepes

Dessert crepes, a sweet French tradition, are delicate pancakes that can be enjoyed with many types of fillings after a meal – or even for breakfast. Watch this video to learn how to make dessert crepes. You Will Need * 2 c all-purpose flour * 6 tbsp butter, melted, plus ext ...more

How To : Bake a Homemade Chocolate Cake

How to bake a chocolate cake Make a tasty homemade chocolate cake that everyone will love. Ingredients 2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups sugar 3/4 cup of unsweetened cocoa 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking soda 1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1 cup of milk ...more

News : The 5-Second-Rule Is BS, Say Scientists

There's no reason to waste a perfectly good Cheeto just because it dropped on the kitchen floor, right? The "5-second-rule" makes it fair game if you can swipe it up fast enough (this doesn't apply for liquids or foods with floor fuzz stuck to them.) But, is that errant piece ...more

How To : Make a white chocolate mousse pie

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to make a white chocolate mousse pie. Take 13 cream-filled sandwich cookies, crush them in the food processor, mix 3 tbsp unsalted, melted butter and press them down on the bottom of a 9” pie tray. Then take 17 oval sandwich coo ...more

How To : Make puppy chow in a giant Ziploc bag

Puppy chow is not for your puppies! It is a sweet, chocolate and crunchy treat made from Chexmix coated in a mixture of peanut butter, chocolate chips and butter. This is a very decadent treat that can be stored in a plastic bag. Step 1: In a medium sized microwaveable bowl, ...more

Cooking with Booze : Brunch Edition

Ah, the joys of bottomless brunch. Paying a flat rate for endless mimosas while having a long gossip over eggs Benedict is exactly how many of us love to spend our Saturdays. However, in practice, this isn't the sophisticated affair we all like to imagine. After refill number ...more

How To : Make Your Own Peanut Butter at Home

Enjoy the deliciousness of a peanut butter sandwich without the artificial chemicals that comes in store-bought jars. To make your own peanut butter at home, all you need are pre-roasted peanuts, peanut oil, and a little bit of salt and sugar. Roast the peanuts in the oven fo ...more

How To : Make Fudge in a Flash with Just Your Microwave

When chocolate cravings strike, indulgent fudge makes everything in the world right again. And while plain fudge will do the job just fine, add-ins like walnuts and Oreos elevate this dessert to new levels. Traditional fudge recipes require patience and hands-on cooking via s ...more

How To : Golden Milk Is the New Fall Superdrink

There was once a time when everyone scoffed at the turmeric tonic tea sold at the coffee shop I work at. Funny, because as of recently, we seem to be selling out. How can this be explained? Beyoncé must have been spotted buying turmeric beverages on the cover of some celebrity ...more

How To : Turn Your Sour Milk into an Unbelievably Tasty Jam

Wait, don't dump that milk! It may have a slightly sour smell and be expiring tomorrow, but you can still put it to good use by making sour milk jam. Sour milk jam is made by cooking down the expiring milk with sugar and then adding crème fraîche. The pleasantly sour flavor o ...more

How To : Tips & Tricks to Conquering Homemade Soufflés

At-home cooks tend to be scared of soufflés. Either they don't rise at all or they end up all sad and lopsided. However, when successful, the end product cannot be matched in impressing your guests. As a dinner party appetizer with a wow-factor, try a savory cheese soufflé. F ...more

Ingredients 101 : How & Why You Should Always Brown Butter

Butter can be even more delicious than it already is. While that may be a shocking claim, it's most definitely true. Many new cooks and even seasoned chefs don't realize this, but the few minutes it takes to do these things will pay you back exponentially when it comes to that ...more

How To : Easy DIY Gourmet Chocolate Bars

We've showed you how to make Butterfingers and Kit Kats, as well as custom-shaped chocolates, but have you ever thought about making your own gourmet chocolate bars? It's a fairly simple process, once you understand tempering, and there are endless flavor possibilities when y ...more

How To : 47 Baking Hacks That You Shouldn't Live Without

Right now is that magical time of year when the general public decides to embrace their inner fattie and get baking in the kitchen. Hello, pies and cakes and cookies and everything carbs. Goodbye, diets—see you in the next year, when you cripple us with unbridled guilt and lon ...more

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