Giada Bakes Fabulous Cupcakes
See how Giada bakes crowd-pleasing cupcakes for any occasion.
With Mardi Gras around the corner, I thought I'd bake up something the whole family can enjoy. There is something so appealing about a hi-hat cupcake. You can't go wrong with a delectable yellow cupcake covered in sweet clouds of hi-hat frosting and gently dipped in chocolate.
Cupcakes are easy to bake, but little tips and tricks will help you make the best batches. Here are a dozen rules of thumb — plus a bonus one — for how to bake like a pro.
Dress up a base of creamy vanilla buttercream with bold mix-ins.
These nostalgic treats are chock-full of real oats, studded with nuts and raisins, and filled with a simple cream-cheese frosting that's just sweet enough.
Cookies left on a plate for Santa maybe very traditional, but who says it has to be boring? Invite the neighbors, family and friends over for a decorating party.
Make from-scratch graham crackers with chocolate for the best simple cookies or s'mores starter you never knew you wanted.
These bakeries are worth a trip — even for the accomplished home bakers among us.
Cookie Love by Mindy Segal is the perfect cookbook for home cooks who want to take their cookie game to the next level.
Tangy buttermilk, fragrant orange zest and plenty of poppy seeds add deep flavor to this moist, tender-crumbed cake.