The Weekend Baker: Irresistible Recipes, Simple Techniques, and Stress-Free Strategies for Busy People

Sample recipes from The Weekend Baker: Irresistible Recipes, Simple Techniques, and Stress-Free Strategies for Busy People

Warm Cinnamon-Spiced Blueberry Cake

The blueberry topping here is added partway through baking so that some of it can sink into the cake to provide a moist filling. Claire V...

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Glazed Cinnamon Rolls

Here at the Dodge lodge, weve been making these cinnamon rolls for years. In fact, they are a family holiday staple, and Thanksgiving or...

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10-Minute Mocha Pots de Creme

Pot de creme is the French answer to American pudding. And this no-bake version whips up in minutes-literally-with the help of a trusty b...

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Stovetop Apple-Cranberry Crumble

Baking an apple pie takes some planning and time, about an hour for the baking alone. Express Bakers need the great apple flavor of a pie...

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Toffee Chocolate-Nut Wedges

Bar cookies are the workhorse of the cookie world—they bake up in one pan, yet can be cut up to serve a crowd. Sometimes bars are lacking...

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Classic Crumb Cake

When I was growing up in Brooklyn Heights, an unbelievably delicious store-bought crumb cake was a special breakfast treat on weekends. I...

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Banana Layer Cake with Fudgy Frosting or Tangy Vanilla Frosting

Ive spent years perfecting the cake banana layers coated with fudgy, glossy chocolate frosting. Its a childhood favorite of Chris, my ...

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Buttery Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls

When organizing parties, a typical conversation revolves around what to serve and who brings what. Most people are hesitant to make bread...

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Bursting with Raspberries Bread Pudding

Originally a nursery pudding served to toddlers, or a plain dessert made with stale bread, custard bread pudding was revitalized by resta...

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Layered Chocolate Mousse Cake

This exciting cake is surprisingly uncomplicated to put together. The easy-to-make components lend themselves to working ahead, even up t...

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