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Caribbean Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting
"A sweet cake to present to family or friends, who come over for a visit." — Jay Christian, author of Hollywood Celebrity Recipes.
Calories Per Serving566
Folate equivalent (total)113µg28%
Sift dry ingredients together in a large bowl. Add butter and milk, beat for 2 minutes at medium speed with an electric mixer. Add eggs and milk, beat for 1 minute. Add peanut butter to the batter beat at low speed until thoroughly mixed. Butter two 20 cm cake tins. Line with greaseproof paper, grease the paper, sprinkle with flour and shake out excess. Divide batter equally between the pans and bake at 180 C / 350 F / Gas 4 for 25 to 30 minutes. To ice, spread with peanut butter while the cake is still warm or use the Chocolate Peanut Butter Frosting. Melt chocolate chips and butter in a double boiler. Add icing sugar and peanut butter and beat until smooth. Chill for about 15 minutes or until frosting is of spreading consistency.
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Although we’ve spent the past few months eating almost nothing but holiday snacks at Disney World, we’re ready to start the New Year off with some returning favorites!
Rosie’s All American Cafe in Sunset Ranch Market
So when we spotted a peanut butter cupcake at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we jumped all over it because we LOVE peanut butter, whether it’s in a peanut butter brownie or an ice cream sundae!
I’ll admit right here at the beginning that I don’t usually LURVE the cupcakes sold at the Main Street Bakery in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. They often include dry cake and gritty, too-sugary frosting, so they’re not really even worth eating a lot of the time.
I had a cupcake at the Main Street Bakery this week that knocked my proverbial socks off! And I’m SO excited to share it with you!
Peanut Butter Cup Cupcake
This peanut butter cup cupcake was off. the. charts. Many of you may remember when I reviewed a peanut butter chocolate cupcake at the Boardwalk Bakery last year, and deemed it my new favorite Disney cupcake. Well, this one just took second place!
I’ll start from the top down with this one, since I can’t wait to talk about the frosting. The dense, peanut buttery buttercream was thick and flavorful without being too sweet. The texture was perfect — that kind of frosting that you can barely drag a fork through because it’s so solid!
Drizzled on top of the frosting was melted peanut butter sauce and a thick fudge sauce, and there were small peanut butter chips studding the frosting as well. Of course, there was a mini peanut butter cup planted on top as well.
Once you got into the dark chocolate cupcake itself, the peanut butter taste continued to be an accessory! There were small peanut butter chips throughout the cake!
Peanut Butter Chips in the Cake
Overall, the cake was NOT too dry, and was a great, rich complement for that peanut buttery sweet frosting. This was one of the times when I certainly didn’t NEED to eat the whole thing, but I sure did come close! It was amazing!
Have you seen this cupcake in the park? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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This lean option is covered in yummy chimichurri sauce and is complete with sweet potato and onion.
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I’m convinced that a good oreo milkshake is the sixth love language. Everyone loves a good oreo milkshake!
This shake recipe only requires 3 ingredients and tastes out of this world!
These Jack Skellington caramel apples are pretty spooky, but won’t give you any nightmares.
Try making this fun treat with your kids around Halloween for a scary-good time!
My daughters cannot get enough of hot cheetos! Thankfully I found this Disney recipe which will allow me to put the hot cheetos to a more…healthy use.
These may look a little firey, but they are SO good!
Oreos might have the title for milk’s favorite cookie, but I think these are on a whole new level.
These are cookies that have milk inside of them! What are you waiting for? Go make some!
This may be the tenth Mickey Mouse themed food item on this list, however, it doesn’t mean that this is any less good than any other one!
These pizzas are completely customizable and you can add any number of toppings of your choosing!
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This cake may look fancy, but you don’t need to be Cake Boss in order to pull off this masterpiece!
Spice up any birthday with this beautiful and tasty cake.
Chocolate cookie crust and chocolate cheesecake? Yes, please!
A silicon Micky Mouse mold from the confectionary is used to make this fabulous cake, but it will taste just as good in a normal-shaped pan.
These cupcakes are beautiful and they are not a beast to make. It’s the best of both worlds!
Make a dessert that will impress all of your friends with its elegance and taste!
I don’t know who is in charge of coming up with new food ideas at Disney, but they do a fantastic job.
I never would have thought to combine s’mores and french toast, but the result is divine.
A new spin on the classic Disney treat, just add strawberries!
Creamy, cold, and refreshing, these are the perfect warm-weather treat!
Funnel cake always reminds me of fairs and amusement parks and the joyous memories that come along with both of those.
Enjoy this light and fluffy fried pastry topped with powdered sugar!
Snickerdoodle cookies. Yum!
I recommend eating these cookies fresh out of the oven while they’re hot, gooey, and the smell of cinnamon fills your entire house.
Come along and sing a song and join the jamboree – Mickey Mouse’s birthday is this Saturday, and we couldn’t be more excited! We’re celebrating with sweets galore at Walt Disney World Resort! If you’re celebrating Mickey with us tomorrow, be sure to pick up one of his tasty treats and wish him a happy birthday. All of these items will be available all weekend, Nov. 17-19.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Found at Trolley Car Café
Magic Kingdom Park
Found at Main Street Bakery, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café and Pinocchio Village Haus
Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts
Found at Beach Club Marketplace and Market at Ale & Compass
Found at the Ganachery
Found at Amorette’s Patisserie
Found at Sunshine Seasons
Found at Rose & Crown Dining Room
Found at The Garden Grill
Found at Fountain View and Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
Found at Le Cellier Steakhouse
Disney’s All-Star Resorts
Found at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Found at BoardWalk Bakery
Found at Whispering Canyon
Found at Jiko – The Cooking Place
Found at Boma – Flavors of Africa
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Found at Creature Comforts, Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery and Isle of Java
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Found at Leaning Palms and Happy Landings Ice Cream
Found at Typoon Tilly’s and Snack Shack
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Found at Trail’s End Restaurant
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
Found at ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill
Disney’s Pop Century Resort
Found at Everything POP Shopping & Dining
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
Found at Landscape of Flavors
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Found at Good’s Food to Go
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside and French Quarter
Found at Riverside Mill Food Court and Sassagoula Float Works and Food Factory
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Looking for the best birthday cake to bake? We’ve got 23 great birthday cake recipes, suited to everyone from cocktail lovers to chocaholics to big kids! There’s also an easy children’s birthday cake recipe that you can decorate how you like, so you’re guaranteed an individual birthday celebration cake.
This birthday traybake works brilliantly as a base for any children's birthday cake. It's actually a 'sheet cake', a standard baking treat in Texas. We've added a chocolate frosting here, but you could it personalise it any way you like with icing and toppings.
Give your chocolate cake a red tinge in this classic American cake recipe, covered in silky-smooth cheese frosting for extra indulgence.
One of our most popular recipes, and so very reliable. The fudge icing is simply butter, icing sugar and dark chocolate… and you will use it all. Plus it's ready in an hour. If you prefer white chocolate, try our white chocolate fudge cake instead.
Or you could try chocolate drips instead. We’re seeing stark white cakes topped liberally with chocolate, that pours down the sides of the cake in pretty patterns. Great for a chocoholic friend, and much easier to do than piping frosting.
Who said your birthday cake had to be made of sponge? Not us. We've taken inspiration from freakshakes to create our OTT freakshake cheesecake.
You don't have to stick to the toppings we've used here – add salted butterscotch popcorn, Oreos™ or even go freestyle!
Cocktail cakes are great for friends who enjoy a tipple. We love cocktail-inspired food such as pina colada tarts and dirty martini butter on steak, but the winner has to be our Mojito cake. Mint and rum infused sugar syrup brushed liberally over light sponges, and covered with a lime buttercream. It’s a celebration cake and a half.
Why not do a cocktail-inspired three course dinner for the birthday guest of honour?
Edd Kimber shares his expert tips for creating a deep, dark chocolate cake. Which glorious frosting will you choose – classic fudge or Swiss meringue?
Birthday party guests will love this tropical twist on a retro dessert. We've taken a popular banana cake and given it a banoffee pie make-over. Our cake is packed with bananas, covered in creamy caramel buttercream and topped with caramelised bananas for extra indulgence.
If your friend is having a Caribbean carnival birthday bash bake them this Jamaican rum cake. This layer cake is a real showstopper and makes for the perfect celebration cake, what's more, it's gluten free too.
Children and adults both love this cake, and it tastes as good as it looks! Chiffon cake is covered in a chocolate icing, and acts as the glue to hold a modest five large bags of maltesers. People remember this cake: it’s a party centrepeice, and the chocolate and malt combo works so well with light, delicate sponge.
Make our classic victoria sponge cake for a simple but sleek birthday cake idea. Try our passionfruit layer cake with fresh, tropical passionfruit throughout generous layers of fresh cream. Sloe gin layer cake uses plums and a sloe gin syrup to update this simple sponge into a impressive showstopper.
This is the perfect birthday cake for someone who doesn’t like too much sweet buttercream or fondant icing. Naked cakes, called so because they’re uncovered around the sides, are only sandwiched together with buttercream, so the better the sponge, the better the cake.
They’re the new addition to vintage-feel weddings and look really rustic, plus they’re easy to do as the frosting is quite rough and uneven. They're usually decorated with flowers, berries or fruit, and tiered sky-high in traditional wedding cake fashion. Try our lemon curd layer cake, then using a spatula scrape around the sides of the cake for that classic naked cake look.
Triple chocolate caramel cake is olive magazine's answer to the 'ombre' cake. Four sponges with dark chocolate, milk chocolate and caramel to give a gradient shading.
Add three different ganache frostings to the mix, and you've got yourself a real winner. You can create the ombre effect using natural colourings and flavours. It really is easier than you think.
If you have a friend who loves veggie cakes then make them our easy courgette and coconut cake for their birthday. This super moist and moriesh layer cake is packed with fluffy cream cheese icing and topped with crunchy coconut chips, a modern take on the British classic carrot cake.
Check out this chocolate celebration cake with tahini and honey. This indulgent layer cake is a real crowd pleaser and looks impressive too.
Decent espresso powder is the key to this luxurious vegan chocolate sponge, sandwiched together with indulgent (and butter-free) chocolate buttercream.
Whether you’re going for the easy option with our white chocolate and strawberry ice cream cake, or the tricky-but-worth-it devil’s food cake, ice cream is always a welcome addition to our layered cakes.
They're very easy cakes to make, but will obviously melt in time… so eat them up quick! The devil's food cake uses pistachio, strawberry clotted cream and vanilla ice cream - but you can choose whatever flavours you want.
Cupcakes cook in a fraction of the time that sponges do, and they don’t take long to cool either. Perfect if you’re in a rush. Our chocolate and vanilla cupcakes are simple, and everyone will be coming back for a second. Ready in under an hour.
We all know that one person who's absolutely obsessed with peanut butter, so why not surprise them on their big day with this triple layered nutty bake?
Our white chocolate fudge cake is covered with American-style whipped frosting, which is lighter than a ganache or butter cream. Even though the icing is quite rough and ready it still manages to look really elegant and is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser!
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For 30 years I've been deconstructing America's most iconic brand-name foods to make the best original clone recipes for you to use at home. Welcome to my lab.
Includes eight (8) 79¢ recipes of your choice each month!
If those cute little cookie peddlers aren't posted outside the market, it may be tough to get your hands on these—the most popular cookies sold by the Girl Scouts every spring. One out of every four boxes of cookies sold by the girls is Thin Mints. This hack Girl Scout cookie thin mint recipe uses an improved version of the chocolate wafers created for the Oreo cookie clone in the second TSR book More Top Secret Recipes. That recipe creates 108 cookie wafers, so when you're done dipping, you'll have the equivalent of three boxes of the Girl Scout Cookies favorite. That's why you bought those extra cookie sheets, right? You could, of course, reduce this thin mint recipe by baking only one-third of the cookie dough for the wafers and then reducing the coating ingredients by one-third, giving you a total of 36 cookies. But that may not be enough to last you until next spring.
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Source: Even More Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur.
Update 11/16/17 : You can make an even better clone using a chocolate product that wasn't available when I created this recipe. Rather than using the semi-sweet chocolate chips combined with shortening and peppermint for coating the cookies, use Ghirardelli Dark Melting Wafers. You will need 2 10-ounce bags of the chips, mixed with 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract (and no shortening). Melt the chocolate the same way, and dip the cookies as instructed.
In 1991 Kentucky Fried Chicken bigwigs decided to improve the image of America's third-largest fast-food chain. As a more health-conscious society began to affect sales of fried chicken, the company changed its name to KFC and introduced a lighter fare of skinless chicken.
In the last forty years KFC has experienced extraordinary growth. Five years after first franchising the business, Colonel Harland Sanders had 400 outlets in the United States and Canada. Four years later there were more than 600 franchises, including one in England, the first overseas outlet. In 1964 John Y. Brown, Jr., a young Louisville lawyer, and Jack Massey, a Nashville financier, bought the Colonel's business for $2 million. Only seven years later, in 1971 Heublein, Inc., bought the KFC Corporation for $275 million. Then in 1986, for a whopping $840 million, PepsiCo added KFC to its conglomerate, which now includes Pizza Hut and Taco Bell. That means PepsiCo owns more fast food outlets than any other company including McDonald's.
At each KFC restaurant, workers blend real buttermilk with a dry blend to create the well-known KFC buttermilk biscuits recipe that have made a popular menu item since their introduction in 1982. Pair these buttermilk biscuits with KFC's mac and cheese recipe and the famous KFC Original Recipe Chicken, and skip the drive-thru tonight!
No one knows the exact origin of the vanilla wafer but it's guessed that the recipe was developed in the South. The wafers were being created from scratch at home long before Nabisco introduced the lightweight, poker chip-like packaged cookies in 1945. Back then they were called Vanilla Wafers. But in the 60's Nabisco slapped the trade name Nilla Wafers on the box. Today the real things come about 100 to a box and really fly when whipped into the air with a little flick of the wrist. Here now, you can relive the days of old with a homemade version fresh out of the oven. This clone recipe makes about half a box's worth, and they fly just as far.
Menu Description: "Here they are in all their lip-smacking, award-winning glory: Buffalo, New York-style chicken wings spun in your favorite signature sauce."
Since Buffalo, New York was too far away, Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery satisfied their overwhelming craving in 1981 by opening a spicy chicken wing restaurant close to home in Kent, Ohio. With signature sauces and a festive atmosphere, the chain has now evolved from a college campus sports bar with wings to a family restaurant with over 300 units. While frying chicken wings is no real secret—simply drop them in hot shortening for about 10 minutes—the delicious spicy sauces make the wings special. There are 12 varieties of sauce available to coat your crispy chicken parts at the chain, and I'm presenting clones for the more traditional flavors. These sauces are very thick, almost like dressing or dip, so we'll use an emulsifying technique that will ensure a creamy final product where the oil won't separate from the other ingredients. Here is the chicken wing cooking and coating technique, followed by clones for the most popular sauces: Spicy Garlic, Medium and Hot. The sauce recipes might look the same at first, but each has slight variations make your sauce hotter or milder by adjusting the level of cayenne pepper. You can find Frank's pepper sauce by the other hot sauces in your market. If you can't find that brand, you can also use Crystal Louisiana hot sauce.
Even though this clone recipe duplicates the tiny bite-size versions of the candy, you're free to make yours any size you like. The technique here is a tweaking of the previous secret formula that was featured in Low-Fat Top Secret Recipes, and it includes several upgrades. I found that more cocoa, plus the addition of salt and butter to the mix improved the flavor. I also found that bringing your sweet bubbling mixture to the firm ball stage 250 degrees F (you do have a candy thermometer, right?), and then stretching and pulling the candy like taffy (fun!) as it cools, will give you a finished product more like the real deal.
This is a simple recipe to clone the contents of the seasoning packet that bears the Taco Bell logo found in most grocery stores these days. You probably expect the seasoning mix to make meat that tastes exactly like the stuff you get at the big chain. Well, not exactly. It's more like the popular Lawry's taco seasoning mix, which still makes good spiced ground meat, and works great for a tasty bunch of tacos.
The automated process for creating Krispy Kreme doughnuts, developed in the 1950's, took the company many years to perfect. When you drive by your local Krispy Kreme store between 5:00 and 11:00 each day (both a.m. and p.m.) and see the "Hot Doughnuts Now" sign lit up, inside the store custom-made stainless steel machines are rolling. Doughnut batter is extruded into little doughnut shapes that ride up and down through a temperature and humidity controlled booth to activate the yeast. This creates the perfect amount of air in the dough that will yield a tender and fluffy finished product. When the doughnuts are perfectly puffed up, they're gently dumped into a moat of hot vegetable shortening where they float on one side until golden brown, and then the machine flips them over to cook the other side. When the doughnuts finish frying, they ride up a mesh conveyor belt and through a ribbon of white sugar glaze. If you're lucky enough to taste one of these doughnuts just as it comes around the corner from the glazing, you're in for a real treat—the warm circle of sweet doughy goodness practically melts in your mouth. It's this secret process that helped Krispy Kreme become the fastest-growing doughnut chain in the country.
As you can guess, the main ingredient in a Krispy Kreme doughnut is wheat flour, but there is also some added gluten, soy flour, malted barley flour, and modified food starch plus egg yolk, non-fat milk, flavoring, and yeast. I suspect a low-gluten flour, like cake flour, is probably used in the original mix to make the doughnuts tender, and then the manufacturer adds the additional gluten to give the doughnuts the perfect framework for rising. I tested many combinations of cake flour and wheat gluten, but found that the best texture resulted from cake flour combined with all-purpose flour. I also tried adding a little soy flour to the mix, but the soy gave the dough a strange taste and it didn't benefit the texture of the dough in any way. I excluded the malted barley flour and modified food starch from the Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut recipe since these are difficult ingredients to find. These exclusions didn't seem to matter because the real secret in making these doughnuts look and taste like the original lies primarily in careful handling of the dough.
The Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut recipe dough will be very sticky when first mixed together, and you should be careful not to over mix it or you will build up some tough gluten strands, and that will result in chewy doughnuts. You don't even need to touch the dough until it is finished with the first rising stage. After the dough rises for 30 to 45 minutes it will become easier to handle, but you will still need to flour your hands. Also, be sure to generously flour the surface you are working on when you gently roll out the dough for cutting. When each doughnut shape is cut from the dough, place it onto a small square of wax paper that has been lightly dusted with flour. Using wax paper will allow you to easily transport the doughnuts (after they rise) from the baking sheet to the hot shortening without deflating the dough. As long as you don't fry them too long—1 minute per side should be enough—you will have tender homemade doughnuts that will satisfy even the biggest Krispy Kreme fanatics.