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20 Minute Pies :) !

Quick and Easy Apple Pie

Hi Friends! Now I promise you I will try out a recipe soon for an all-homemade apple/cherry pie but I just wanted to share with you this quick and easy beginner-friendly recipe 🙂 ! I hope you will all enjoy this one as it actually tasted really yummy !

The directions for this recipe is on the Pillsbury Pie Crust Packaging.

Six 4″ Rounds Baking Pan Rounds or 1 Large Pie Dish
1 package of Pillsbury Pie Crust
1 Cup of Apple Pie Filling ( try the E.D. Smith Apple Pie Filling)
1 Cup of Cherry Pie Filling (try the E.D. Smith Cherry Pie Filling)
Melted Butter (brush melted unsalted butter half-way through And After cook time for a golden look)
Sprinkle Sugar Crystals or Plain White Sugar on top before serving

I rate this recipe a 10/10 because there was no prep time and you had 6 delicious pies ready in about 20-25 minutes! Perfect for any party and you can use any kind of filling you want ! Try Coconut, lemon or custard filling !

Happy Baking !

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Sprinkle Bakes Free Form Lollipops

Sprinkle Bakes Free Form Lollipops

Hi Friends ! Here is a super fun recipe you can try for Canada Day Weekend ! Lollipops!!!! If you guys don’t have candy molds at home, let me just say -NOT TO WORRY GIRLS! you can make any shape you want -be creative and have fun with it! If you want little squares to put in your bag just line a baking pan with a greased parchment paper, pour the mixture on and spread it to a nice even layer, let it harden a bit and use a pizza cutter to cut a grid-like pattern (Make sure to cut it well so you can crack it into its shapes when it fully hardens).

If you are a beginner with cooking note that you do need to have a food thermometer; it is vital to know the temperature of the boiling sugar to create hard candy because if it is not at the right temperature it will be chewy.

Overall, I rate this recipe a 10/10 because it was easy to make and you only needed about 4 ingredients !

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Themed Sugar Cookies

Themed Sugar Cookies

Hi Friends ! Here are a few of the sugar cookies I made in the past week for Philippine Independence Day as well as a Graduation Celebration. I regret to say, I wasn’t able to take a better photo of the finished products but this will have to do.
These are one of my all-time favorites as they are easy to make, they look beautiful and you can make these on a low budget.

Sugar Cookie Tip * If you are having problems with your cookies melting out of shape once you pop it in the oven, try adding more flour. You must of added to much butter OR the butter is already at room temperature(when kneading the dough, your hands shouldn’t get all buttery). Once I’ve cookie-cut all of the cookies I usually put it into the refrigerator for about 15 minutes before putting it in the oven. Hope this Helps ! Good luck and Happy Baking !

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Working with fondant. 1st timer

Working with fondant. 1st timer

Hi friends ! It’s been quite awhile since I’ve posted anything on here but I’m happy to be back ! Last weekend we celebrated all the graduates at my church. There were going to be a lot of people, young and elderly, so I wanted to use a combination of flavors as well as something that wasn’t too sweet so I decided to make a moist chocolate cake with vanilla Swiss butter cream on the outside and mocha butter cream on the inside. I was pretty happy with the outcome. As for the graduation cap, it was my first time working with fondant and to be honest, I enjoyed it although, next time I will be more prepared; I didn’t have a fondant roller, or a fondant smoother.

What are some of your challenges/tips with fondant? Comment below 🙂

Happy Baking !