Lemon Cream Cake with Lemon Filling

This is a delightful cake, one of the favorites in the store. It’s light and creamy, made from a cream cake base with a touch of lemon flavor, and topped with a lemon cloud whipped cream frosting for a delightfully intense lemon flavor without being overwhelming. About the Topping and Filling We topped this cake in several ways.  What you see on this is a light coating of lemon designer dessert sauce sprinkled with lemon bark.  The sauce holds the bark in place. The bark is crushed candy pieces, lemon, and white chocolate. Both the sauce and the bark contribute …

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How to Make Lemon Cream Rolls

If you can make cinnamon rolls, you can make these sweet rolls. These lemon cream sweet rolls are reminiscent of a lemon meringue pie with the lemon pastry filling and the lemon cream cheese frosting. FREE Baking Guide! Making Your Sweet Rolls with a Mix You can make these sweet rolls with a bread mix, but we’ve found that using a donut mix makes them sweeter, lighter, and fluffier–as close to bakery-style sweet rolls you can get. We like to use our Original Raised, Glazed Donut mix, but you can also use our Daily Dozen Donut mix instead. If you …

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Blueberry Lemon Upside Down Cake with Lemon Cloud Whipped Cream

We served this blueberry lemon upside-down cake to customers, and they loved it. Blueberry and lemon is a classic combination and blueberries make a perfect upside down cake. (You can use either fresh or individually frozen berries.) The cool lemon whipped cream is delightful. This blueberry upside-down cake uses a cake mix, so it is super easy. It’s a great recipe for a busy day. If you choose, you may make this cake with your favorite white or yellow cake recipe. Ingredients 1/4 cup butter 1 cup packed brown sugar 12 ounces of individually frozen blueberries 1 yellow cake mix …

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Lemon Chicken

Forget those Chinese take-out menus in the drawer; you can make authentic Chinese lemon chicken in no time. It has just the right amount of crisp and zest to leave you licking your fingers and going back for more. It’s so easy, you can make it in just five steps. Crispy Chinese Lemon Chicken Recipe For the Chicken 3-4 chicken breasts 2 eggs 2 tablespoons water 2 cups panko vegetable oil for frying Lemon Sauce 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/3 cup chicken broth 1 teaspoon lemon zest 3 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 garlic …

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Lemonade Pies: A Luscious Summertime Treat

Celebrate summer with these luscious lemonade pies. This is a type of pie, not just a recipe. It started out as a pink lemonade pie, made with pink lemonade fruit juice concentrate from your grocer’s shelf. But it soon evolved into pies made with any fruit juice concentrate. Since there is an amazing array of fruit drink concentrates, you can make an amazing array of desserts. Lemonade Pies: The Best Dessert of the Summer They’re luscious. We serve these in the store often. They’re always a hit. The contrast of sweet and tart from the concentrate is delightful. They’re cool …

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Lemon Cream Pie Filled Cupcakes

These are wonderful creamy cupcakes with a bright, lemon flavor. The cake is lemon, the filling is lemon, and the frosting is a buttercream frosting to balance the flavors. How to Make Lemon Cream Pie Filled Cupcakes The Cupcake Recipe Ingredients Vanilla Bean Baby Cakes cake mix 1 teaspoon lemon flavor Directions: Add the lemon flavor to the cake mix. Mix and bake according to package directions. About the Lemon Pastry Filling Use our Lemon Pastry Filling to fill your lemon cream pie filled cupcakes. Clip a corner on the two-pound pack of lemon filling and squeeze about 1/3 ounce …

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How to Turn Your Whipped Cream into Frosting

Make the Best Cakes with Whipped Cream Frosting! It’s better than buttercream frosting! Make whipped cream frosting now with a free stabilizer! Add it to cart and use the code “ZPOW at checkout, Whipped cream is so good you could eat it out of the tub or can, but what if I told you that you could make your own whipped cream and never have to run into an empty can or tub and out to the store again. Better yet, you can make that luxurious whipped cream into frosting. Whipped cream frosting is absolutely scrumptious —better than butter or …

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Blueberry Lemon Turnover Pastries Recipe

We’ve always been partial to blueberries and lemon together.  This blueberry lemon turnover pastries recipe uses lemon filling with frozen blueberries, though we could have tried our blueberry pastry filling instead for more convenience.   Again, with only two ingredients in the filling, this is super easy and quick.  FREE Baking Guide! Blueberry Lemon Turnover Pastries 1 pie crust dough for six turnovers 1 tablespoon cold water 1 cup individually frozen blueberries thawed in the microwave 1 cup lemon pastry filling at room temperature Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Roll out the pie crust until it is just less …

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A Newbie’s Guide to Chinese Cooking

Chinese cooking is not that much different than American cooking. The recipes are different and there are a few different techniques. You have to be able to stir fry for many recipes and you need to be able to cook rice for nearly all Chinese cooking. Here’s how to do it. How to Make Stir Fry You can get by with a good frying pan. If you’re serious, get a wok. You can buy a wok here. Use the right size of wok.The size of wok you use depends on how much you’re cooking. Just make sure you consider the …

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If you can make dinner rolls, you can make baked donuts

Baked donuts have been a great discovery.  They’re as good as those raised, glazed deep fried donuts with a whole lot less trouble and every bit as good. We’ve served them in the store, occasionally, for several weeks and folks love them. They’re filled donuts. I haven’t made them without filling but I suppose they are just as good. And I can’t take credit for the idea.  I found the idea in an ethnic cookbook.  I think they had a Middle-Eastern origin.  The author didn’t call them donuts but they pass for what we call donuts. The Concept The concept …

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