|My fallen cake.|
I also got my pocket pie mold from William-Sonoma which I eventually got the hang of and it created some delicious peach pies.... which I may or may not have eaten all by myself. I'm still working on a name for them, but they're sure to be a big hit.
|Here the peaches are blanching|
|This is the mold, you just press it down into the dough.|
|Then you're left with this nice little cut out, and you put it back in the mold and fill it.|
|This is what they look like pre-baking. I clearly struggled with getting the little lattice cut outs, out of the mold.|
|The finished product, not the prettiest thing, but it will be.|
This apple tart was another big success. I wasn't crazy about the crust and I wanna change the way I did the apples but overall I'm very happy with it. It's essential flavor was really good. It's an apple cider apple tart, that I believe is going to be named after my niece. It may stay a tart, maybe even a tartlet but I'm also considering making it a dumpling. This is why recipe testing is so important because come tasting time. I want this to be perfect.
I'm also working on a chocolate chip cookie with both white and dark chocolate. This one's name is also still under construction. The cookie was delicious don't get me wrong, but it just needs a little something extra. This one is definitely going back to the drawing board.
I also made a mini orange cake with an orange glaze. This one is going to be named after my little cousin Isaiah, he loves oranges like nobody's business. It came out really well, I really liked the flavor I just want it to be a bit more moist and then it'll be perfect.