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  1. I would try making it for myself first .. I never try out a new recipe on company or guests. I wonder out you get it OUT of the slow-cooker container .. do you serve it to your guests IN the container still? Graham cracker...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 10/11/2013

  2. ...or bite out of the lemon. Plus which, of course, the delicate peaks and swirls enhances the look .. Dresses it up, so to speak!

    7 Answers · Food & Drink · 26/10/2013

  3. Take out a cup (or whatever) of cake batter before you pout it into the pans. Mix the batter with the chocolate and then swirl it in.

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 14/10/2013

  4. ...consistency. I'm using this same recipe on a daily basis and my swirls are picture perfect every time. The icing even held up to...

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 22/09/2013

  5. ...poor into pan 3.beat cream sugar and one egg until smooth and creamy. with a butter knife swirl this mixture in to the cake batter. sprinkle with nuts 4. bake 45-55 minutes...

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 03/08/2013

  6. ... with: 1. Peanut Butter chips 2. A swirl of strawberry jam 3. Candied ginger 4. Coconut 5. Chopped...

    5 Answers · Food & Drink · 26/06/2013

  7. ...syrupy. add a big shot of galliano, and flame it. reduce it down , remove it from heat, and swirl in a few chunks of butter, constantly swirling the pan. finish it with...

    7 Answers · Food & Drink · 20/06/2013

  8. ... until ready to serve. ☆.•♥• Cinnamon Roll Swirl Cake •♥•☆ For the batter~ 3 cup flour 1/4 tsp salt 1 cup sugar...

    5 Answers · Food & Drink · 08/04/2013

  9. ...a little of the berry syrup (juice) around on top of the sour cream mixture in kind of a swirl. Sprinkle liberally (I should say to taste) with cinnamon and bake in the...

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 15/03/2013

  10. No you don't have to let the yeast rise, as the recipe calls for letting the dough rise and fall after it has all been incorporated. But you will have to wait to bake it until tomorrow morning so that the dough can set.

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 28/02/2013

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