Anyone who has ever glanced through a baking cookbook has seen it – the confounding instructions involving sifting ingredients. They may say to sift the flour, or use sifted flour, or to sift the dry ingredients. Whatever they say, you may find yourself asking if sifting is actually essential to the outcome of your baking or if you can skip this step in the interest of less mess and a faster bake.
Many people are discovering a vegan diet and whether you have chosen to eliminate all animal products from your diet due to health, ethical, or a combination of reasons, you shouldn't have to feel like you need to give up all of the delectable foods you love. Baking without eggs, milk, or butter may seem like an insurmountable challenge, but the truth is that you can create truly indulgent sweet and savory cruelty-free baked goods by just making a few change in how you approach your recipes.
Get started on your vegan baking adventures by using these tips:
Some customer favorites, you just can’t make enough of. You might have a moist, chocolate cake you use as a base for several of your chocolate cake varieties or a unique flavor combination you came up with while experimenting. When you’re ready to turn your small bakery recipes into national favorites, you’ve got your homework to do to prepare. Part of your homework entails learning whether you can continue working with your current suppliers. Will they negotiate volume discounts on products that you can stock up on?
The March Top Tier Challenge is open to every type of cake decorating technique: cakes, cookies, cupcakes or cake decorations made in any theme.
Each day in the month of March, one photo will be selected to be featured in the Top Tier section of this website. At the end of the month, one of the featured photos will be selected to win. The winner will receive his/her choice of any three molds from Marvelous Molds®.