yummy in my tummy

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Since August 28th 2013
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veganfoody:

Peanut Butter and Jelly Birthday Cake

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Since August 28th 2013
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fatty-food:

brownie (by spicyicecream)

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Since February 12th 2013
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caramel drizzled fluffy cheesecake

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Since February 12th 2013
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waltzingmatildablog:

Cinnamon roll mug cake. Make it in the microwave in just 3 minutes!

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Since February 12th 2013
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candidappetite:

Pistachio Pound Cake is my newest obsession. It also happens to be the new post on the ol’ food site. If you want to learn how to make it click here. It’s super easy. 

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Since December 12th 2012
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chocolate cream brownies with shortbread bottoms

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Since December 12th 2012
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missminifer:

Salted Caramel Millionnaire’s Shortbread
I have a confession to make - I’m terrible at sugar work. Simple syrup - no problem, but spun sugar, hard crack, praline - they are my kitchen nemeses. Nemesises? Which is why it made perfect sense to start the day making salted caramel, with no sugar thermometer. Follow these steps, and you too may only have to bin one batch of crystallised sugar…. 
For the shortbread, preheat your oven to 180 degrees C, then rub together 6oz flour, 4 oz butter and 2oz caster sugar until they look like fine breadcrumbs. Add other flavourings - rosemary, vanilla, orange zest - if wanted. Press the crumbs firmly into a buttered tin, and bake for about 20 minutes until the top is firm. 
For the caramel, bring 120ml of milk to the boil with 40g butter. Take it off the heat. Take 200g caster sugar, and heat with half a mug of water on a low heat, stirring gently, until the sugar has dissolved in the water. Do not continue stirring after the sugar has dissolved - it will crystallise, and you will have to start over. Once all the sugar has dissolved, whack up the heat as high as it will go, and take the syrup to 155 degrees C (hard crack stage). Then take it off the heat, beat in the milk and butter mixture furiously, and return it to the heat until it reaches 127 degrees C (soft ball stage). Then take it off the heat again, beat in 20g butter, add sea salt to taste, and pour it over your cooled shortbread base.
For the topping, melt 100-200g dark or milk chocolate, and pour it on top. Leave to set, then slice, and feel pleased with yourself for mastering caramel - at last!

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Since December 12th 2012
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chocolate cupcake muffins with a dusting of icing sugar

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Since December 12th 2012
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kiyoaki:

(vía Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Glaze | Naturally Ella)

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Since December 11th 2012
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cinnamon cranberry shell shaped cakes

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Since December 11th 2012
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glossy chocolate cake

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Since December 11th 2012
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chocolate cake

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Since December 11th 2012
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thecakebar:

Mint Chocolate Slab

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Since December 11th 2012
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pink icing chocolate cupcakes