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Things are different for your kids right now, so let baking be as well. Instead of telling them not to eat raw cookie dough, use your favorite chocolate chip recipe to make a safe-to-eat version.
Maybe you didn’t stock up on tubs of frosting, but you can create a gorgeous cake with what’s in your cupboard.
Looking for an easy cooking project for kids? Try these watercolor cookies, which are not only delicious but look beautiful too.
Don’t be so quick to assume you don’t need a pastry cutter or rolling pin. These are the pie tools every home cook should have—plus a few smart ways to use them for everyday cooking tasks.
Food scales have become a trusted tool in our kitchen, but not for the reason you'd expect. Here's how (and why) you should start using one during your next baking project.
Whether you're sprinkling powdered sugar on desserts or cinnamon on cappuccinos, this wand will quickly become one of the tools you never knew you needed.
Tie dye sugar cookies come together quickly with the help of an unlikely friend.
These quick tricks ensure you get the best results when baking this holiday staple every time.
It’s no secret that kids love helping in the kitchen, and with these tips and recipes you can plan a festive and fun baking experience with kids this year.
Discover the best uses for each leavening agent in your kitchen.
Try baking this Cornmeal-Ricotta Upside-Down Cake from Elisabeth Prueitt(Opens in a new window)'s Tartine Bakery(Opens in a new window) for your next bake sale.