Cut a big slice to satisfy your cravings. Say, "I only ate one" to satisfy your conscience.
Dessert is, if you’ll pardon the pun, the icing on the cake when it comes to a good meal. Based on the French word “desservir” it literally means, “to clear the table.” Not a problem when you’re serving up everyone’s favorite sweets.
Back in the day, using sugar in the kitchen was a privilege of the upper class. Sugar was a valued commodity and was hard to come by for the masses. Fortunately, the industrial revolution came along which made sugar more accessible and affordable. Since then, serving dessert has become a tradition at the end of meals.
Dessert comes in as many varieties as the meals they follow. Following a few simple rules will give your dessert a little more impact. For example, heavier dinners call for lighter desserts such as a cobbler or pie. After a light dinner, you can bring out the big guns by serving fudgy brownies or a rich bundt cake.
Whether you eat it at the dinner table, or reconvene after everything’s settled a bit, dessert is sure to be a crowd pleaser and will, no doubt, help clear the table.
Have you ever noticed how a tray of brownies or bars seems to slowly disappear? A bite here. A nibble there. Few are brave enough to take a full square. To all of you, we say if you're going to do it, do it right. Don't sneak into the kitchen and look over your shoulder before you indulge. In the meantime, cut off a big square, kick your feet up on the sofa and enjoy that brownie or bar in full sight of everyone.
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Don't use eating utensils for measuring small amounts.
Only use dry- and liquid-standard measuring cups for their respective ingredients.
Keep in mind that ingredients work best at room temperature.
Before transferring a cake to cooling racks, let it sit in the pan for about 15 minutes.
Always bake using the correct pan size to ensure everything bakes through properly