Which is your favorite home made sweet or cake?
May 12, 2009 11:33am CST
In my oven, there is an apple crumble. I am not very good at baking sweets or cookies or cakes and apple crumble is one of the simplest recipes that I know how to make. Apart from that I know how to do a tiramisu (which doesn't really involve cooking - that's why I can do it!) So what are your favorite home made sweets or cakes? Who cooks them?
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24 May 09
there are still so many sweets that are so simple and doesn't have to involve cooking or baking it in the oven. i love cooking its been a great past time for me. i bake cakes, brownies and cookies too. but you could try to make cathedral window, its so simple to make and you dont need an oven to do it. yes tiramisu is also one of the simple sweets that can be made with out cooking it. also refrigerator cake and many many more.
• United States
13 May 09
I think my very favorite sweet is chocolate chip cookies. Nothing is as tasty as a freshly baked ooey gooey chocolate chip cookie. Nice and warm from the oven... I think I will make some homemade chocolate chip cookies tomorrow. Maybe I will do it when the kids get home from school... Have a great day and happy myLotting!!!
13 May 09
Yes... it's nice for the kids. I try to have my own little one help me with the cooking (or should I call it messing) but he likes, excuse the pun to put the finger in the pie and I let him go ahead!
• Holiday, Florida
27 May 09
it would be a cross between potatoe candy and peanut butter cookies. both of which i've been good at cooking for about 30 yrs. and some of the things i can actually cook good
12 May 09
My favourite sweet is a trifle which is one of my specialities. I love crumbles as well. Damson crumble is good with brandy sauce. When I make rhubarb crumble I add some pineapple chunks and that is really good. Apple crumble with rum and raisin ice cream also goes down well. I use brown sugar and wholemeal flour when making crumbles.
13 May 09
I use white sugar but has seen recipes with brown sugar and will try to use that next time. Thanks for the tip.