Holiday Apple Rolls

Holiday Apple Rolls

Welcome to week 3 of Curiosity to the Oven X J:ETUDE collaboration.

This week were featuring an easy to do time saver of a recipe.

Sadly, this maybe our last day of collaboration. Both J:ETUDE and I are sick and we don’t know when we’ll be better.

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Sugee* Butter Cookies

Sugee* Butter Cookies

WELCOME TO WEEK TWO OF CURIOSITY TO THE OVEN X J:ETUDE COLLABORATION!!

Oddly, There’s not much to say for these cookies. I like them, and have turned off some friend when they were watching the process. When I say these are butter cookies… I really do mean that they are BUTTER cookies.

IF the dough does not come together, you may want to try either adding very little water, or replacing one of the egg yolks with a full egg instead.

Do remember to check out J:ETUDE’s facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/JEtudePhotography

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Peppermint Tree Bark

Peppermint Tree Bark

Hello everyone!! Welcome to the first post of the Curiosity to the Oven X J:ETUDE collaboration!!

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Today, we have a recipe for peppermint tree bark. So what is Peppermint tree bark? Well, it’s chocolate and crushed candy canes… so yes, perfectly safe to eat.

The trick to melting white chocolate is to be VERY CAREFUL with the heat. If the heat is on too high, the chocolate will clump, so it is always better to work with a lower temperature rather than trying to speed up the process by turning up the heat.

Do remember to check out J:ETUDE’s facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/JEtudePhotography

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Blueberry Raspberry Clafouti

Blueberry Raspberry Clafouti
As you can tell, Curiosity to the Oven does not have great organizational skills. The only thing I can say is… I’M TERRIBLY SORRY!!

If it helps the situation at all, my video editor nagged me well into his birthday to remember to post… so kudos and happy birthday wishes to him!!

Now, this week I have a dessert that I personally think tastes a bit like my childhood. Mostly because, without the fruit, it tastes like a Hong Kong snack I loved eating (้›ž่›‹ไป”)… in fact, I still do!

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Ricotta Cheesecake

Ricotta Cheesecake

So, here’s the premise: You are making lasagna and overestimated the amount of ricotta cheese you needed. Of course, it’s always better to overestimate than underestimate, so you bring home waaaaaay too much ricotta cheese. Now the lasagna is finished and in everyone’s tummies, but there is at least a pound of ricotta cheese leftover, so what do we do with it?

The Answer: Make Ricotta Cheesecake. (Or in my case, pancake. Just because I used a baking pan that was too big)

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