Creative wife makes her Mexican food addict husband TACO-shaped desserts for his birthday

Is this the best cake hack ever? Creative wife makes her Mexican food addict husband TACO-shaped desserts for his birthday

  • An Australian woman has made three huge cake that replicate the look of a taco 
  • Julie made the cakes for her husband’s birthday and shared instructions online 
  • She used Woolworths mud cakes, buttercream, icing, chocolate and frosting 
  • Icing was used to replicate the look of sliced tomato, cheese and lettuce  
  • The end result looked sensational and was praised by others on Facebook 
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Suprise Mom with these delicious desserts

Mother’s Day is around the corner and this is a good time to start thinking about a special dessert to end her special day. There’s Margarita Cupcakes and a Very Berry Creamy Coconut Ice Cream. Spoil her to your heart’s content!

Margarita Cupcakes

Yields:18

Ingredients

For the cupcakes

  • 1 c. (2 sticks) butter, softened
  • 1 1/2 c. sugar
  • 3 large eggs
  • Juice of 3 limes, plus zest of 1 lime
  • 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
  • 2 c. all-purpose flour
  • 3 tbsp. cornstarch
  • 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 tsp. kosher salt
  • 1/2 c. milk (preferably whole or 2%)

For the

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Laura Jerina-Potts Takes A Detailed Approach To Desserts










Thyme Table’s pastry chef has been serving up intricate delicacies and sweets for the last three years.

Laura Jerina-Potts, Thyme Table’s pastry chef, can attest that a delectable dessert takes time to perfect. Take the vegan panna cotta for example: with a raw chocolate almond date crust and a lemon coconut and blackberry panna cotta, it took four iterations for Jerina-Potts to get it just right.

“Vegan desserts are a newer thing for me,” she says. “Sometimes, it’s just a matter of

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The best desserts in St. Louis

Any time a customer orders three or four desserts at a restaurant—and nothing else—it pushes a server’s “Whazzup?” button. Such a situation almost never occurs, except in extreme cases of the munchies…or when SLM is researching its “Best Desserts” features, as was recently the case. One night, we had some fun with it. Midway into our bounty of sweets, we grinned shamelessly, gazed into nowhere, and muttered through a mouthful of sugar, “Wow, this is really good.” After perusing the feature, we hope your reaction will be the same.


Pastaria: Birthday Cake

The chewy collar of your pizza has been

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Best Store-Bought Passover Desserts

Sarah Ceniceros

Like many Jewish holidays, Passover is about reflection, honoring our ancestors and… a really big meal. And, like other Jewish holidays, this meal comes with instructions—what to eat, how to eat it, and when to eat it. One of the most important Passover rules? No leavened bread.

Jews abstain from eating leavened bread for the eight days of Passover to celebrate and honor the struggle of our enslaved ancestors. According to the Torah, when Jewish slaves were fleeing Egypt for freedom, they didn’t have time to let their bread rise, only able to eat non-leavened (like thin pita)

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Miami’s Best St. Patrick’s Day Treats and Desserts 2021

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Wednesday, March 17th, marks another St. Patrick’s Day, and while guzzling green beer sounds fine, devouring Lucky Charms-topped cupcakes sounds even better.

This year, pay homage to Ireland’s patron saint by indulging in some over-the-top treats. From doughnuts and cakes festooned with leprechaun-approved cereal to Irish Car Bomb-inspired pies, here, listed in alphabetical order by vendor, are Miami’s top St. Patrick’s Day sweets.

Dasher & Crank churns out festive holiday flavors.

Dasher & Crank churns out festive holiday flavors.

Photo courtesy of Dasher & Crank

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