The ketogenic diet has become extremely popular due to its health benefits. It is a low-carb, high-fat diet that helps boost wellness. Switching to the keto diet doesn’t need to mean swearing off desserts. Keto-friendly baking can help you have the best of both worlds!
Molasses is a thick syrup formed as a by-product of the cane sugar production process. The juice extracted from sugar cane and sugar beets is boiled to produce sugar crystals. Once the sugar is removed, the remaining liquid is a sweet, dark, viscous liquid: molasses.
All of us can probably remember watching delightfully wobbly jelly desserts in cartoons from our childhood. If you’ve ever wondered what the secret behind the wonderful wobble of these desserts is: you’ve come to the right place. The answer is gelatin!
Vanilla is the most commonly used baking ingredient ever! It’s almost too hard to miss this ingredient in any baking recipe (unless it’s savory). It’s the star ingredient of popular baked goods like vanilla sponge cakes and buttercream. So let’s get down to the basics of vanilla and learn about this little celebrity!
Baking is a visual experience, and there’s nothing like that perfect pop of colour to make your dessert even more appealing. From coloured cakes, candies and icing, food colouring can be an indispensable tool in a baker’s pantry - which is why we’ve curated this blog to make things easier for you!
When it comes to baking one of the first things that come to mind is flour. Almost all of the commonly known baked goods are mainly made using flour. In recent times there has been a wide range of flours to enter the market. But do you actually know what flour is and it's differences?
Let's talk about the difference between natural and dutch processed cocoa powder. In layman’s terms, they can simply be differentiated by colour. One is darker than the other but like everything else this also has a scientific explanation behind it.