Just baked a batch of Guinness Chocolate cupcakes with St Brendan’s Creamcheese frosting, given we had left over Guineas from St. Paddy’s day.
What’s the last thing you baked Veeky Forums?
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The last thing I baked was a Viennese Apfelstrudel. It was the most popular thing at my company's bake sale.
You baked it with alcohol, correct? How did you ensure the cupcake didn't turn out dry? I made cupcakes with bailey's irish cream and it made it far too dry for anyone's taste.
Peanut butter cookies. I was going to make a peanut sauce to layer on them but I was too tired and too drunk to do that for my coworkers.
Baked a 2-in-1 pie -- half main, half dessert. Turned out fantastic.
I baked more canele this evening.
I should likely stop making these as often as I do, while good, I feel that my roommate is getting fat as he eats most of them and is lookin bigger lately.
First baked batch from the same batter.
Do you mind posting your recipe? These look devine
using copper molds?
Its just chef recipes batter recipe, I do use white oil to grease the molds though.
chef john's recipe?
My bad, I wasnt pay enough attention.
Now that I am more awake what I do is use the linked recipe.
I dont do anything diffferent save that after the batter is mixed I run it through a sieve to remove as many of the air bubbles as possible, after that I continue as the recipe has you go until it comes time to grease the molds, then I use the traditional mixture of 50% clarified butter and 50% beeswax, I apply it to warm molds then invert them over a baking rack and put them in my fridge to cool down for a few min. Then I pour the batter in the molds put them on a baking sheet on top of my pizza stone and bake them. I had to play around with baking temps and times because I live in a place with a mile of elevation though.
All in all it took me baking a batch nearly daily for two and a half months to get down right because this is the first thing I learned to bake.
made shortbreads at crimmis
mfw when I was in SF for St. Patricks Day, watching trolleys and double decker buses full of drunks waving irish flags and screaming going through Chinatown like a bunch of fools.
I guess I am going to make more canele batter today.
made this focaccia a few weeks ago. baked a ton of bread, profiteroles, and cake since then but theyre not as photogenic
I dont bake very often, and I wish I could since its so fun and the results so yummy but a few months ago I made some cherry bakewell tarts for a workplace holiday potluck. Absolutely divine.