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These are cute, they’re pretty, and will add a splash of color to any kitchen. But let me tell you what you’ll use them for. These ramekins make great:
* Baking dishes
* Serving dishes
* Condiment dishes
* Utility dishes
* Staging dishes for ingredients
Ramekin Recipes Ideas for Little Cakes and Individual Desserts
We sold thousands of these ramekins in January. We heard over and over:. “They’re pretty—what do you do with ramekins?”
They’re handy baking cups. Traditionally, they’re used for custards, crème brulee, and desserts. They’re great for fancy little cakes and cobblers. We have a recipe for a blueberry lemon crisp we were going to bake in these cups and just haven’t gotten that far. You can convert many desserts—like cobblers and crisps—into individual desserts baked in ramekins. Little chicken pot pies work in ramekins.
There are hundreds of things you can bake with them. Use these classy porcelain ramekins in the oven for crème brulee, molten lava cakes, custards, soufflés, muffins, and desserts. You’ll find lots of uses for these pretty little porcelain dishes.
Give these as a gift or get them for yourself and add a splash of color to your kitchen.
With 200 pages full of our favorite recipes and our best tips, you’ll be baking up a storm in no time. You’ll learn all the skills they teach in culinary school, without the hefty tuition. Regain your confidence in the kitchen and become a better baker today.
4 Quick Tips on Being a Better Grandparent
Grandparenting Tips for All!
Grandparenting Tips…You can follow the best tips out there about being a good grandparent, however, are those the right ones for you? Every child and grandparent is different. We are all unique individuals =)
Always follow your gut instincts. Of course this is true for general parenting as well. However, for grandparents….
Christmas Punch (One of My recipes)
1 1/2 liter of chilled 7-Up
About 20 scoops of green lime sorbet
2 Tbsp of lemon juice
Gather up your favorite punch bowl set. Make sure it is washed and cleaned for use. Pour the chilled 7-Up in the punch bowl. Scoop up 20 scoops of sorbet into the 7-Up. Add the lemon juice and then give the punch mixture a quick stir. Serve immediately.
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