Anna Olson's Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies - Suzie The Foodie
I turned to my baking guru for inspiration on this cold, dark and rainy day. I made Anna Olson’s Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies as a special treat for when Reg comes home from a long and gruelling day of working on film set. I just hope that it was not outside! I wanted him to come home to […]
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipes | Food Network Canada
This chocolate chip cookie dough has two secrets to success. The first is the addition of cornstarch, which holds in moisture to guarantee a soft-centred cookie. Up to two tablespoons (2 Tbsp) of cornstarch can be added to this recipe, to ensure a softer center and tender texture to the cookie. The second is to chill the cookies before baking – this ensures they all bake to the same size and don’t spread too much while baking.You might also like the Most Popular Cookie Recipes Of All Time.
Red Velvet Cake Recipes | Food Network Canada
To qualify as a red velvet cake, ingredients must include cocoa powder, buttermilk, white vinegar and baking soda. The vibrant red colour is achieved with food colouring, but I also provide a natural variation using beets that result in more of a pink-hued cake.Makes a 2-layer, 8-inch cake.You might also like theseDecadent Red Velvet Dessert Recipes.
Anna Olson's Hot Cross Buns Recipes | Food Network Canada
This recipe from Anna Olson is potentially the true meaning of happiness! Warm, moist dough is complimented with dried cranberries and rich icing.You might also like thesePerfect Easter Breads for Your Table.
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting Recipes | Food Network Canada
Moist and creamy, this carrot cake is a light, refreshing dessert for almost any occasion.Makes 1 x 2-layer 9-inch cake.You might also like theseCrave-Worthy Carrot Cake Recipes.
Classic Lemon Pound Cake Recipes | Food Network Canada
Whether served with afternoon tea or as a dessert after a big meal, this classic lemon pound cake will bring freshness to your table.Makes 1 9-x-5-inch loaf pan (16 slices).You might also like theseTop Lemon Desserts from Anna Olson.
Apple Cinnamon Galettes Recipes | Food Network Canada
These delicious Apple Cinnamon Galettes are perfect for sharing - make everyone their own mini pastries, and let them customize with toppings.Makes 6 individual galettes
Fudge Brownies Recipes | Food Network Canada
Delicious, classic chocolate fudge brownies complete with a healthy dose of pecans.You might also like these Gooey, Fudgy Brownie Recipes.
"Blue Ribbon" Apple Pie Recipes | Food Network Canada
This apple pie will be sure to win you the “blue ribbon” first prize at the next apple pie contest.Yields one 9-inch pie.You might also likeAnna Olson's Best Sweet and Savoury Pies.
Puff Pastry Dough Recipes | Food Network Canada
This technique is based on the classic French method of making puff pastry, but is assembled inverted, or “inside out”. Where a traditional puff pastry is made by wrapping a block of butter (beurrage) with a flour/water dough (détrempe) and then folded, this recipe does the reverse and folds the dough with the butter. It is no more challenging a method than the traditional way, but it does result in a remarkably flaky and tender puff pastry that rises evenly and rolls out easily.Puff pastry…
Savoury Spiral Scones Recipes | Food Network Canada
This recipe comes with two options for filling: bacon, sundried tomato and cheddar, or garlic cream cheese and dill.
Frosted Raspberry Hand Pies Recipes | Food Network Canada
These individual pies look like turnovers, but are made using pie dough. Once the glaze sets, they are easy to pick up and eat, so perfect for a picnic.Makes 6 individual treats
Classic Croissants and Dough Recipes | Food Network Canada
A buttery handmade croissant, warm from the oven, is truly something special. Keep in mind that the dough takes time to be folded and to rise, so set aside the time in advance. Fortunately, croissants can be frozen once rolled and shaped.Makes about 30 croissants.
Chelsea Loaf Recipes | Food Network Canada
This loaf is quite a large size, so a 10-x-5-inch loaf pan is recommended. If you have a loaf pan that is smaller, you may wish to divide the dough in half, and bake in 2 loaf pans.