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Binny's Buns | Welcome to Binny’s Buns! Where ingredients are transformed into creations—the delicious, inedible, and the messy. Follow me on my journey! Binny's Buns Welcome to Binny’s Buns! Where ingredients are transformed into creations—the delicious, inedible, and the messy. Follow me on my journey! Jan 11 Baking Books So I was reading up last year (or 2 years ago at this point…) and found a book called Confections of a Closet Master Baker by Sandra Bullock’s sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado. To say that this book mirrors my lifelong goal is no stretch of the imagination. She was working as a Hollywood Executive and dreamt of baking, all day every day. What concoctions could she come up with? What new recipes could she find? Epitome of my days most days (to say that I was writing this on a lunch break from my 8-5 is not a stretch…). I dream about recipes or what I will be making for dinner. Pinterest is my best/worst frenemy. I could spend hours on there, as well as in the kitchen, and never get through all of the delicious baked items I continuously pile on to my Food + Drink Board… I digress. Gesine’s book made me realize you can make your dreams come true and start a bakery to enjoy what you are doing. Someday… I also read It’s Raining Cupcakes for the Rhode Island Cupcake Madness. This was a cute children’s story about a girl helping her mom realize her pipe dream of making cupcakes and each individual flavor. I read the book in one sitting and got some great ideas for flavors for the competition. The strawberry lemonade chapter may have inspired the 2nd place winner, Limoncello cupcakes Bakeries Contests Cupcakes Leave a comment Oct 22 Pumpkin Spiced Latte Cupcakes Fall. Not particularly my favorite season of the year because it leads into the dark and cold winter, but I do love ALL fall treats. Pumpkin anything. Candy corn. Apple crisps. You name it. My all time weakness in the crisp afternoons for a pick me up…pumpkin spice lattes. Fall flavors at their peak and so refreshing. We were having a work bridal shower and the bride to be shares my love for pumpkin spiced lattes. I found this recipe on my favorite cupcake blog and just had to make them. Pumpkin Spiced Latte cupcakes. Whipped cream frosting and all the accoutrements. Can’t be beat! I believe I will be making here every fall as a treat. Less calories than the famous Starbucks drink and way more filling. I have to say, the whipped cream frosting sprinkled with cinnamon made this whole cupcake very decadent. My next hope that Javacupcake produces from the fall treats at Starbucks…the Salted Caramel Mocha! Maybe I can take a stab at this one too Cupcakes Fruit Leave a comment Oct 22 Homemade Funfetti Funfetti. Always a crowd pleaser. Vanilla cake with fun sprinkles inside. And the piece de resistance…Rainbow. Chip. Icing. Definitively the best part of the funfetti experience. It was my coworkers birthday and his favorite cake is funfetti. I decided that I would find a from scratch recipe in order to avoid the box and try to prove myself that I could do it. I found a recipe. Hate to say it butthe recipe was essentially a vanilla cake with sprinkles scattered in the batter. Yes, still delicious, but I thought there would be more pizzazz to it to make it that fun treat we all loved as kids. For my first time, I didn’t figure out how to make the rainbow chip frosting from scratch so I caved and bought the can of it – withOUT the rainbow chips. I wanted these to be to a T so I fell for the “Funfetti” frosting. Fail. I should have stuck with my gut. Funfetti frosting is vanilla frosting with sprinkles to throw about. For my next attempt since it’s such a huge hit, I found the actual recipe to make rainbow chip frosting. The secret…the chips are colored white chocolate! I am very excited to try this on my next turn to break the box conundrum of funfetti. Cakes Leave a comment Oct 15 Pull and Peel Cinnamon Bread Pinterest. You all know it and have a love/hate relationship for the amount of time that you spend on there. One of my first finds on Pinterest was a cinnamon pull and peel loaf. As you can tell by my first blog, and a few others, that I do love my cinnamon rolls and cinnamon cupcakes, so a cinnamon pull and peel loaf was right up my alley. I wish I had executed this in better fashion, but the end result was still delicious. I didn’t heed the directions very well because I cut the loaf too much leaving the bread tearing and the deliciousness oozing out. My poor torn loaf: Not to say oozing deliciousness isn’t normally good…but this one would have been better if it had stayed in the confines of the bread. We had to mop up a lot of the ooey goodness. I have also seen this done with savory bread ingredients that I want to try on a football Sunday – let’s preface this by the only reason I partake in football Sundays is to test out new recipes and indulge. No diet rules on the weekends The finished product: Breads Breakfast Pastries Leave a comment Oct 15 Pink Lemonade Cupcakes So my husband likes to brag to his friends that he gets baked goods frequently. It is status quo that when I make anything baked that I am expected to leave at least 3 of whatever was made for his consumption alone. Needless to say his softball friends caught wind of this baking expedition I take myself on and wanted to taste the cupcakes I make as well. I decided, for a summer softball rec league I was going to go with a classic summer flavor – pink lemonade. Refreshing after running around at a game in the dead heat and so easy to make. This recipe called for Crystal light packets for the batter and frosting with a little bit of fresh lemon juice. These cupcakes were so festively pink and decorated with pink sprinkles and a lemon wedge thrown in here or there I brought the leftovers in to work and got this reaction from a co-worker “I bit into it not expecting anything and I thought, sonuvabitch! that’s pink lemonade!” Job. Well. Done. Cupcakes Fruit Leave a comment Aug 29 Toasted Coconut Scones Hurricanes in the Northeast are fairly uncommon. I take that back, they WERE fairly uncommon until the past 2 years where the Connecticut coast got walloped. In 2011 we were still living inland in Fairfield county, but for my sister’s birthday we were down on the Norwalk to ride out Hurricane Irene. My parents live right on the coast and storms have always been a big part of living on the water so we went to see what this one would be all about. To pass the time, obviously I decided to bake. My parents had gone on a trip through Vermont and ended up at the King Arthur Flour store, aka my Mecca. They brought me back a boxed (I know what you are thinking! easy way out, blah blah blah) mix to make toasted coconut scones. To. Die. For. You add some butter and a few other ingredients, bake, and PRESTO! You’ve got scones! A little coconut glaze and you are in business. King Arthur really does a great job on their boxed mixes and I have now noticed t... Whois

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