Blog | Cupcake Project - Part 5
Cola Ice Cream

Why Have You Never Tried Cola Ice Cream?

Cola is such a refreshing summer flavor and it’s even better in ice cream format!  My cola ice cream is rich, smooth, and creamy (just like ice cream should be) and tastes just like cola!  If you are a cola lover (or know one), add this recipe to your summer bucket list! These days, it’s [...]

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Yaksik Cupcakes

Yaksik Cupcakes for a Korean Wedding

It’s been years since I baked cupcakes for a wedding and I had no plans to do it again.  However, when my friend Andrew buttered me up by reminding me how much he loved the green tea cupcakes that I baked for his taiko group and then asked if I could bake cupcakes for his [...]

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Hop Donuts

Hops Donuts with Lemon Curd Glaze

Not everyone loves the herbal, bitter flavor of hops, but those who do go hoppin’ mad for it.  I once waited in an hour-long line with a hopped up crowd of hoppy beer enthusiasts to try a special release of Bell’s Hopslam Ale and saw firsthand the extent of hop fandom.  Although we rarely see hops [...]

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Mango Margarita Pie

Frozen Mango Margarita Pie With a Pretzel Crust

  This frozen mango margarita pie is a pie that I wanted all to myself.  I snuck small slices out of the freezer for too many days in a row.  (The last couple of slices I had were a bit freezer-burnt, which didn’t stop me at all from eating them.)  This frozen mango margarita pie [...]

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Cheese Blintzes

Cheese Blintzes With Apricot Lemon Quick Jam

Cheese blintzes are pure Jewish comfort food.  To make cheese blintzes, you take a savory crepe cooked fully on one-side only, wrap it around a sweet, lemony mixture of ricotta and farmer’s cheese (or cottage cheese) and pan fry or bake it. Golden Filled Crepes, Cheese Blintzes, 13 oz. (Pack of 12) Growing up, my [...]

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Chocolate Cheesecake Rugelach

Chocolate Cheesecake Rugelach

Growing up Jewish in New York, rugelach were a regular nosh – ever-present beside platters of bagels, lox, and whitefish.  Rugelach are traditionally filled with jam and/or nuts and raisins.  As with Hamantashen, rugelach fillings stray from the classics and you can often find poppy seed, marzipan, or chocolate varieties.  Honestly, I don’t care what the [...]

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