Friday, 20 December 2013

[Christmas Bake] Cranberry Almond Shortbread And Christmas Donuts

Christmas is just another 4 days from now and I am sure most of you are busying with the festive bakes such as Christmas Fruit Cake, Fruit Mince Pie, Gingerbread Man, Christmas Stollen and etc to share as gifts for friends or serve them together with the festive feast. Here with our recipe collaboration with Bake King, we have another two Christmas Bake ideas which might comes in handy for your last minutes bake too.

Shortbread is one of my favourite cookies to enjoy with a cup of freshly brewed tea and in order to make some good quality of shortbread it is very important to use quality butter and pure vanilla extract to enhance the taste. Furthermore you can have different flavour and texture by adding cocoa powder, espresso powder or lemon zest plus a small amount of cornflour to the all-purpose flour to achieve that melt-in-your-mouth shortbread.



[Cranberry Almond Shortbread] Ingredients for making the shortbread

[Cranberry Almond Shortbread] Stamping the Christmas designed shortbread from the dough

Cranberry Almond Shortbread

Recipe for these melt in your mouth Cranberry Almond Shortbread can be found at Bake King website @ http://www.bakeking.com.sg/recipes/cranberry-almond-shortbread


Almost everyone loves donuts despite of the age groups and with these cute mini Christmas themed donuts I am sure you can’t resists having one or two. This Christmas Baked Donuts recipe featured cake batter with added dried mixed fruit that soaked with RUM which further enhance the taste plus brings in some Christmas feel with those lovely chocolate coating and festive sprinkle on it.

[Christmas Baked Donuts] Ingredients for the dried mixed fruit donuts

Christmas Baked Donuts] Ingredients for decorating the Christmas Donuts

Recipe for these cute mini Christmas Baked Donuts can be found at Bake King website @ http://www.bakeking.com.sg/recipes/christmas-baked-donuts

2 comments:

  1. Hi Ellena

    I like your x'mas cookie mould. May I know where you get it from?

    Mixue

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  2. Hi Ellena

    I like your x'mas cookie mould. May I know where you get it from?

    Mixue

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