Recipes

The Grinch Cookies

The Grinch Cookies

Ingredients and tools: 1/2 cup softened butter 8 oz cream cheese 1 egg 1/4 tsp vanilla extract 1 1.5 lb bag of High Altitude White Cake Mix 1 ½ cup of powdered sugar Green food coloring Red heart sugars Directions: Preheat oven to 350˚ Cream butter, cream cheese, egg, vanilla until light and fluffy. Add in cake mix and food coloring and mix until well incorporated and dough forms. Wrap dough in cellophane or in zip lock bag and chill for 30 minutes. Scoop spoonful size amounts and roll into ball then roll in powdered sugar until fully coated. Shake...

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The Yummiest Pie Crust You’ll Ever Make!

The Yummiest Pie Crust You’ll Ever Make!

Ingredients: 12 tablespoons or 1 ½ sticks of very cold unsalted butter 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1/3 cup very cold vegetable shortening Approximately ½ cup of ice water Make it! Sift the flour, salt and sugar into the same bowl and set aside Cut your butter and shortening into cubes and add to bowl with sifted flour, salt and sugar Using your clean hands, a pastry blender, food processor or kitchen aid with the dough attachment, begin to kneed the butter into the flour mixture until the butter and shortening are about the...

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Corn Dog Cake Pops

Corn Dog Cake Pops

Don’t worry! They taste better than they sound. No corns or dogs will actually be used in the recipe.   Tools and ingredients you will need: 8 or 9 inch baked and cooled red velvet cake (just use of our white and red velvet one step, easy cake mixes) 1/4 cup white buttercream Mercken’s Peanut Butter Confectionery Coating Yellow chocolate Sucker sticks Mixing bowl Rubber spatula Parchment paper Cookie sheet Cake pop stand Piping bag or squeeze bottle Food processor (optional)   Make it: For food processor: Break cake into smaller pieces and place into processor. Only doing about half...

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Edible Chalk

Edible Chalk

Tools and ingredients for edible chalk: 3oz white or bright colored chocolate Boba straws Flat bottom mug Piping bag One wooden dowel rod Sugar   How to make them Melt chocolate Pour about ½ inch sugar into bottom of mug Place straws in mug and make sure to stack them snuggly into the mug Fill piping bag with melted chocolate and pipe into each straw Allow to set and use the dowel rod to push out pieces of chalk Use to write or color on cookies

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Flood Consistency Royal Icing

Flood Consistency Royal Icing

Tools and ingredients you will need for frosting: 1lb or 2 cups powdered sugar 3 tablespoons meringue powder 8 tablespoons warm water Black food coloring Stand or hand mixer   Make it! Beat all ingredients (including food coloring) at low speed for 7 to 10 Minutes The consistency of Elmer’s glue If icing too dry add more water - 1 teaspoon at a time If icing becomes to soupy add more powdered sugar – ¼ cup at a time Royal icing is very quick to dry; keep covered with a damp cloth while not in use *if you do not...

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