Pumpkin Cake With Dried Cranberries
This pretty pumpkin-cranberry Bundt cake is a delicious alternative to holiday pumpkin pie.
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How to Bake with Whole-Wheat Flour
Ginger Baked Apples With Oats & Pecans
Think of these baked apples as individual apple crisps. Use apples that get nice and soft when they’re cooked. Try serving it with a splash of dark rum and a dollop of fat-free Greek-style yogurt.
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Baked Eyeballs Casserole
Prego® Italian Sausage Hearty Meat Sauce is mixed with bow-tie pasta, ricotta and Parmesan cheeses and baked until hot, then topped with fresh mozzarella cheese balls in this delicious dinner recipe.
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Hot Chocolate Oreo Muffins Recipe
If you love hot chocolate, you will love these muffins, which incorporate hot chocolate mix right into the batter. And if that isn't enough chocolate for you, these muffins also incorporate chunks of oreos.
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By: Stacy Fraser
In the EatingWell Test Kitchen, we bake with whole-wheat flour as much as possible. It has almost four times more fiber than all-purpose flour and provides more potassium, magnesium and zinc. Baking is a science — not all baked goods are ideal candidates for whole-wheat, but if you experiment, you’ll find many recipes just as delicious with whole-wheat flour. (To keep it fresh, store it airtight in the freezer.)
Here’s our general rule of thumb: For sturdier-textured baked goods (bread, pizza dough), swap at least 50% (and up to 100%) of the all-purpose flour with regular whole-wheat or milder-flavored white whole-wheat. For tender-textured treats (cookies, cakes, pie crust), use whole-wheat pastry flour in place of up to 50% of the all-purpose. Whole-wheat pastry flour is lower in protein and milled from a softer wheat — yielding more tender results than regular whole-wheat. Happy baking!
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