Recipe List

Gomoku Treasure Rice

Hong Kong Chiffon Mini Cakes

Adapted from Amy's recipe for Orange Chiffon Cupcakes.

The Ninja Baker's Hong Kong Chiffon Mini Bundts contain a bit more sugar and are topped with Triple Sec liqueur buttercream flowers. Thanks to the generous zest of fresh orange, the cake is still quite tart. Combined with the sweet frosting the mini Bundt is a kiss of bliss!

The Ninja Baker's Peanut Butter Vegan Dreams

Vegan or not, the Ninja Baker's Peanut Butter Dreams are sure to delight. Smooth peanut butter cheesecake squares are embraced between crunchy granola crusts and toppings.

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Maple Pecan Chiffon Cake with Brown Butter Icing

As sophisticated sounding as the title implies, the making of Julie Richardson's Vintage Cakes recipe is fairly simple. And the result is a maple pecan chiffon that combines grownup textures with child-friendly tastes. The cake is fluffy and light like an angel food cake. The dense, concentrated brown butter topping offers a fine contrast. 

Mini Scones

These little gems are adapted from British celebrity chef, Mary Berry’s Baking Bible.  Slightly less sweet than other scone recipes in my collection, these are perfect for tucking in lunch meats.  Or enjoying with a bit of almond butter and a sprinkle of blueberries.

Japanese Yuzu Citrus Ice Cream

Yuzu is a cross between a sour mandarin orange and a lemon. (Some say it has a lemon-lime flavor.) Creamy and rich there is a sparkle of  lemon flavor in this ice cream.

Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream

S'More Ice Cream

Toss a few Golden Grahams cereal bits together with mini marshmallows and chocolate chips and you've got S'More Ice Cream fun! The how-to is adapted from recipes in the Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook by Christina Tosi.

There is a little prep work involved such as making Graham Cracker Cereal. However, the effort is worth every bite of smooth, S'More goodness.

Fairy Cakes

The birthplace of fairy cakes is Great Britain (where it was thought that this petite sponge cake was the perfect size for a party of fairies.) I’ve adapted a recipe from Mary Berry’s Baking Bible.

Whoopie Pies with Espresso Cream

“Whoopie!” exclaimed the Amish farmer. In his lunch box was an Oreo-like treat made with leftover cake batter. That is one rendition of the origin of the Whoopie Pie...History factoids  and recipes for American classics such as the Whoopie Pie are featured in Jessie Oleson Moore’s The Secret Lives of Baked Goods. This recipe is adapted from Jessie Oleson's The Secret Lives of Baked Goods.