The Very Hungry Caterpillar cupcakes and cakes, inspired by the children’s books. Easy, and no fondant or gumpaste required. For birthdays or any occasion.

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A bagel pizza with all of the components of a New York bagel. That’s an everything bagel crust, with a smooth garlic and parmesan white cream cheese sauce, smoky salmon lox, onions, capers, and fresh tomatoes. This New York everything bagel pizza will knock you off your feet!

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Popcorn ornament balls for the holidays can adorn your holiday tree, used as decor around the home, or given as a gift. Open them up on Hanukkah or Christmas to find special treats inside.

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Use leftover pie or make the pie ingredients easily for this indulgent apple ice cream pie with pie crust cones. With or without an ice cream maker! Dripping with cinnamon apples, brown sugar sauce, and buttery pie crust, even apple pie deniers with want seconds. Impress friends with these unique pie crust ice cream cones. For Thanksgiving, the holidays, or July 4th (Independence day).

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These pretty chevron print fig tarts for KitchenAid are a light dessert for any affair. Including tips on how to make a buttery tart crust and whip up a creamy marscapone filling.

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Autumn tree crisps for Thanksgiving are made of Caramel Pretzels with a little bit of chocolate too! Decorated to look like trees with fall leaves to brighten up your day. Kid-friendly, but suitable for the adult palate as well.

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I don’t know if you know this, but when I am not creating random-ass recipes for 1 Fine Cookie blog, I take photos and design recipes for other websites and brands.

 

A few months ago, one of my clients asked that I do this thing called videos. Umm… Yes.

Now, where is […]

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Not all of us will be able to attend Mardi Gras this year. Or ever.

 

That’s okay, though. You can make up for it by creating these cookies. They are so cute I can’t even take it. Oh, if you are attending the festivities, then you are required to make these as well. So pretty […]

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If you have been reading my blog for a year now (good work), then you know that I grew up celebrating Christmukkah.

 

In other words, my family was hypothetically Cashew. Catholic AND Jewish. Each parent taught us a little about each of their respective culture and traditions.

 

That’s right, I received more gifts than you. […]

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Last week I presented one technique for making edible LEGO’s.

I suggest you check out that post as well if you are a lover of
LEGO’s, by clicking here.

After seeing the complex and intricate statues in Minnesota, I did
a little research on what else has been done with LEGO’s. […]

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