Category Archives for "Baking Class"

Best Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes You Must Enjoy This Week

If you haven’t discovered the magic of slow cooker, the time is ideal for you.

This fantastic kitchen appliance is particularly attractive in Autumn; it provides absolutely wonderful, delicious meals without much hustle, and the end result usually exceeds your expectations. You just need ingredients and some patience, and this marvelous tech wonder.

I’ve found out about this machine a long time ago and tried some recipes that wouldn’t take much time to complete. But eventually, I realized that the real value of the slow cooker comes with the long, steady cooking.

Set it and forget it – and later return to find something fantastic is waiting for you.

Let’s check out some of the delicious recipes you can make with slow cooker this week:

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Best Homemade Cookies Recipes You Can Munch On This Weekend

There’s no place like home, and there’s no home without the well-known smell of fresh homemade cookies. Preparing them doesn’t take too much effort or time, and they are perfect for many occasions. Having an unexpected guest? Feeling cranky after a hard day of work? Nothing that some sweet cookies couldn’t resolve.

All of us here (at ChewTheWorld) absolutely adore cookies, and that’s why we decided to list some of our favorite homemade cookies recipes we accumulated through time. Some are from Paula, some from friends, some from the web, but all have one thing in common – peanut butter. Check them out and get some new, fresh ideas for the weekend!

*These recipes are sorted by time tags (both prep and cook). Click on the tab to find the one you need.

  • Under 15 Min
  • 15 Min - 30 Min
  • More Than 30 Min
Flourless Toffee Peanut Butter Cookies


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Flourless Toffee Peanut Butter Cookies

With just 5 ingredients, these Flourless Toffee Peanut Butter Cookies are easy and delicious with serious peanut butter flavor! Sure to be a new favorite!

Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies


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​Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are a miracle for those with a gluten intolerance or worse. Moist, rich, and simple to prepare.

The entire recipe takes 30 minutes or less, start to finish.

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies


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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are easily our family's favorite cookie. You really can't go wrong with the soft, yet chewy texture along with the peanut butter and chocolate flavor combination.

They're simple enough that my elementary school kids can make them, but fancy enough to make as a special treat to share. This recipe even won a Best of Show ribbon at our county fair! I bet they'll be your new family favorite too!

What do you think about these recipes?

Have you tried them before?

Let us know in the comment section below!


Mock Bojangles Biscuit Recipe: How To Make It Perfectly

Do you wish to replicate the famous Bojangles biscuit in your home? Then you came to the right place! In this article, I’ll be showing you a good Bojangles biscuit recipe that tastes similar to what they serve at Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits restaurants.

Since buying the original Bojangles biscuits are too tedious for me, I search for a good recipe that can serve the same taste as the original. After testing all the recipes I gathered, I’m going to share the recipe which I think is the best. Let’s get to it!

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How To Make Angel Food Cake Frosting In 3 Easy Recipes

Do you wish to make delicious frosting for your angel food cake? If yes, then it's your lucky day because I'll be making not one, but three angel food cake frosting recipes you can alternate to keep the family interested. The frosting recipes only require a few ingredients and steps. Even your kids can follow them!

I discovered all these recipes when I was making an angel food cake the other day. Since I followed one frosting recipe for months, I think it’s time for me to experiment with some variations. If you like to bring more frosting variety in your angel food cake, check the frosting recipes below.

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Adding Pudding To Cake Mix: How To Make It

Do you want to know if you can make your boxed cake mix extra moist and flavorful? Then you need to consider adding pudding to cake mix. Dry pudding mixes have a bit more than flavorings and sugar, yet they create an improvement in the texture and taste of your cake mixes.

I learned about the secret of pudding when many baking contestants use it to win several cooking contests. I made a little internet exploration and found this recipe. Thought I’d share it with you and everyone else who have no idea how to do it.

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How To Make A Topsy Turvy Cake The Easy Way

If you think that making a topsy turvy cake is difficult, well, think again. With the right equipment and utensils, you can bake this cake like a professional baker. Making two layers of cake is already quite big, but adding more layers will even appear extra impressive. In this article, I’ll be making a three-layer cake.

The key in assembling the different layers of cake is the counterbalance. As long as every wedge of the cake counters its adjacent wedges, the load distribution stays stable, and the cake won’t fall over. To begin baking, check the items that you’ll need and the instructions.

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4 Easy Ways To Make Apple Banana Cake: #3 Is The Best

Apple Banana cake is a great dish you can easily make with a couple of common ingredients that you can get from your local grocery store. It is a great dish for children and adults alike. It has a nice, delicious flavor that's not too overwhelming to the taste.

If you have no idea how to make Apple Banana Cake, don't fret just yet. Because for this article, I will teach you four different ways you can make an Apple Banana cake. By the end of this article, you will have enough knowledge to create four types of Apple Banana cakes with a twist.

How To Get Cake Out Of Bundt Pan In One Piece: Tricks And Tips That You Need To Know

How many times does this happen to you- you remove a perfect baked cake from the oven but once you flipped it out to a plate, it stuck. Frustrating right? If you ever have this same situation, you’re lucky because I have the right fix on how to get cake out of bundt pan.

I love to bake cakes and lately, I’ve been into bundt cakes because they need no complex embellishments. However, they often stick especially if you forget to grease the pan or the nonstick coating has already lost its effectiveness.

To learn how to remove the cake out of a bundt pan in one piece, keep reading below.


What Temperature To Cook Pancakes? How To Make The Best Fluffy Pancakes

Pancakes are the ultimate breakfast food. They’re not too heavy, and they pair well with healthy fruits. What’s more is that pancakes are really quick and easy to make.

Though I have struggled with making perfect fluffy pancakes before, I now manage to get them right every time ever since I learned what temperature to cook pancakes in.

If you want to learn how to cook fluffy pancakes every time, read on to know the best temperature for pancakes, a simple pancake batter recipe, and a couple of mistakes you should avoid to end up with perfect fluffy pancakes.

What’s The Best Cooking Temperature For Pancakes?


Before I learned that there’s actually a right temperature for cooking pancakes, I used to just turn on my stove, wait for my pan to get a bit smoky, and put in my batter until the pancake forms into shape.

My previous pancake endeavors led to chewy pancakes that are almost burnt on one side and is somewhat undercooked on the other.

Turns out, to get those nice golden brown soft fluffy pancakes, you will have to set your stove or griddle’s temperature to a nice 375 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature setting makes for the fluffiest pancakes with a nice golden brown color and soft and fluffy insides.

Note: Using a griddle will help you cook your pancakes much easier than a stove. A griddle can also cook many foods and easy to clean! If you still don't have it yet, take a look at my reviews about the best pancake griddle.

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How To Make A Taco Shaped Cake

If you’re a fan of tacos then I’m sure at some point in your life you might have wished for a taco cake, or a cake that looks like a taco at least.

Well you’re in luck! Cause I will be teaching you a quick way on how to make yourself a taco shaped caked using basic ingredients that can be found in your local candy store.

Another great thing about this project is that you don’t even have to bake a real cake at all! This means that you will be able to easily pull this off within an hour without the use of an oven! Are you ready? Let’s get started!