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Tips for Baking Cakes

Tips for Baking Cakes is a collection of ideas I've come up with that may help inexperienced bakers. I thought it would be helpful to share some tips for bakers especially those who are new to the art of cake baking, or those who have had a few bombs. I will probably keep adding to this post as I think of tips that will help. Those of us who enjoy baking want our cakes to turn out like this: Here's a picture of my delicious Red Velvet Cake. It is a moist cake and takes 2 batches of ...

Chocolate Fudge Cake with Chocolate Nut Icing

A delicious fudgy, nutty, chocolaty cake with a nutty, fudge icing on top. This cake is a delight for chocolate lovers and is great for potlucks, holiday or tailgating parties, or anytime you need to bring a dessert. Also referred to as Texas Sheet Cake.

Split Pea Soup with Ham

Split Pea Soup with Ham is chocked full of garden veggies and is a tasty and delicious chowder your family will love on cool, fall and winter nights. Serve with cornbread for a hearty and satisfying supper. This recipe is gluten free.

Skinny Stuffed Baked Potatoes

These scrumptious double baked potatoes are seasoned with several spices and butter. They are much lower in calories than traditional loaded baked potatoes and, yet, the taste is amazing. Gluten free.

Cinnamon Chip Oatmeal Raisin Bars

These tasty oatmeal bars are filled with cinnamon chips and raisins and sprinkled with powdered sugar. They're great for tailgating parties, potlucks or holiday baking.

Beef Barbecups

Fantastic tail-gate party recipe - Beef Barbecups use refrigerated biscuits filled with ground beef, Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce, brown sugar and topped with cheddar cheese.

Apple Cake

Delicious cake that can be served for breakfast, special occasion breakfasts or brunches, or dessert. Filled with apples, cinnamon and walnuts and glazed with a brown sugar glaze that hardens as it sets.