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Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate mousse is one of those delicious treats that can be used in multiple ways. Chill it down and use it to finish a cake, freeze it for a treat on extra hot days, or just eat it as-is for a silky smooth, rich dessert.  Whatever you choose, you can’t […]

Crème Caramel

A few years ago, my modern Crème Caramel was featured in So Good Magazine.  Today I offer you my recipe for traditional Crème Caramel.  While the custard itself is similar to Crème Brûlée, this delicious concoction is topped with soft caramel instead of crunchy sugar. Print Crème Caramel A classic […]

Strawberry Roulade

I had a great time baking with Kandace on KTXA 21 this morning. Tune in every Monday at 8:30am for more demos from Joe the Baker! Print Strawberry Roulade Author: Joe the Baker Ingredients 4 large eggs 350 grams sugar divided 100 grams flour 125 grams egg whites 75 grams […]

Caramel Popcorn

This time of year always makes me nostalgic for the days when Trick-or-Treaters brought home bags of homemade candied apples and popcorn balls.  Just because that world only exists in Peanuts cartoons doesn’t mean we can’t have some Halloween fun with this delicious, buttery caramel popcorn recipe.   Print Caramel Popcorn […]

Apple Pie

Perfect Apple Pie

When temperatures and leaves finally start to fall it’s time for classic comfort foods, and apple pie still reigns supreme.  A flaky yet tender crust bursting with spiced apples is always best when finished with rich butterscotch sauce.  Combine great ingredients, like Churn 84 Butter, with a little skill and […]

Buttery Crumb Cake

In an ideal world, I’d make all of my pastries completely from scratch.  I’d craft my own sprinkles for my cupcakes, cultivate natural yeasts for my breads, and churn my own butter.  When practicality makes that impossible, I seek out the best product I can to create superior treats.  Enter […]