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Your favorite stoneware dessert recipe

Discussion in 'Recipes and Tips' started by Morvin, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. Morvin

    Morvin Member

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    hello everyone I am looking for a great stoneware dessert recipe for my Feb shows to highlight the stoneware.

    Thank you
    Heather
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  2. SusanBP0129

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    Chocolate Pecan Lattice Tart!
     
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  3. dannyzmom

    dannyzmom Legend Member Gold Member

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    Ok - I have GOT to try this one. I have been hearing RAVE reviews about it!
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  4. jenniferknapp

    jenniferknapp Legacy Member Gold Member

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    Oh yes! it is very good!!
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  5. DebbieSAChef

    DebbieSAChef Senior Member

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    Stoneware recipes

    Tuxedo Brownies are very good in the 9x13 baker!

    Chocolate peanut butter torte!! So very good!! Small bar pan

    Berries n Stars - so pretty and so good. Rectangle stone

    Debbie :D
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  6. quiverfull7

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    Has anyone tried the Molten Chocolate Skittle Brownie in the DDB? I have it in the oven right now in the 12 Exec. skillet but I was thinking it might do fine in the DDB. Anyone???
     
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  7. SusanBP0129

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    Carolyn, you must try it! It looks impressive, is quite easy and tastes DELICIOUS!!:D
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  8. ChefBeckyD

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    I haven't done it in the DDB, but do it in the rectangle baker often....in fact, I'm doing it tonight for a show! Doing Smashed Potato Soup in the cookware (already done - just reheat and and sour cream & parsley at the show), and to feature stoneware, I'm doing the MCSB.:D
    (except w/o the skillet!;) )
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  9. lkspeir

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    What I LOVE about the Chocolate Pecan Latice Tart is that it's not only VERY easy and impressive, but most of the ingredients you already have on hand. The drizzle decorations are always a hit because they are so easy.

    I'm making it at a show tonight. It's doesn't requre very many tools either.
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  10. ChefNic

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    Oh Boy!
    I made the Chocolate Macaroon Pizza...I think in All The Best... everyone loved it!! It's like a huge Almond Joy candy bar! But my question is this... do more people hate coconut than like it? So would it not be good for a show recipe? It was so easy and quick...especially if you make the brownie pizza ahead at home and just bring it...

    I love the Taffy Apple Pizza...i know it's old, but so yummy and everyone LOVES it!

    From Stoneware Inspirations...Mocha Chocolate Cake...YUM! (DDB)
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  11. jenniferknapp

    jenniferknapp Legacy Member Gold Member

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    Can you give us your tips on the MCSB?? temperature, bake time, etc? I don't have the cookware, but would love to make it!!
     
  12. ChefNic

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    Ive never made it either...I have the skillet, but I want to make it with the stoneware for Feb. specials!!
    THanks
     
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  13. Bexs50

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    Chocolate Macaroon Pizza from "All the Best"

    Can someone post this recipe...PLEASE! I love coconut and chocolate together!!!
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  14. ChefNic

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    Basically ...
    You make a brownie (19-21 oz)ON PARCHMENT paper on the large round stone... 375F 15-18 minutes. cool
    Then mix 14 oz sweetened flaked coconut, 14 oz. sweetened condensed milk, and 2 egg whites.. spread on top of brownie...
    Sprinkle sliced almonds(2.25 oz) on top and bake 20-25 minutes.
    When it comes out drizzle with chocolate ( 2 oz semi-sweet chips and 2 Tblsp. oil melted in microwave 10 second intervals- stirring until melted)...
    Serve warm or room temp.

    Slice...yum!
    SO easy!
     
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  15. jenniferknapp

    jenniferknapp Legacy Member Gold Member

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    I would think that the brownie batter would run off of the edges of the stone??
     
  16. ChefBeckyD

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    You would think....but not with the magic of parchment paper!:D ChefAnn might be able to give us the technical eason why this works....
     
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  17. ChefBeckyD

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    MCSB in stoneware....

    I don't really have any tips...I make it just like the directions say for a skillet, except I lightly spray w/ oil my rectangular baker, and pour it in there instead. It takes about the same time to bake that way too - so just follow the directions and you should be fine!
    I think it was my director - or maybe someone on here - who had a tip - If you need to make a double batch of this, you can do a double batch in the Roasting Pan!(don't know how long to bake though)
     
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  18. jenniferknapp

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    that is so awesome! My mom has made her awesome chocolate chip cookies on a pizza pan from the $ store that has a small ridge as a birthday cookie "cake" before... and that is always cute....maybe it will work on parchment paper with our round stone too!
     
  19. jenniferknapp

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    I will have to try it and report back...my director made it in her skillet at my show before I signed, and everyone was WOW'ed!
     
  20. ChefBeckyD

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    With cookie dough - you don't even need the parchment!
     
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  21. jenniferknapp

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    hmm...the ideas....
     
  22. Bexs50

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    Thanks for the recipe..sounds yummy...can't wait to try it!!
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  23. chefann

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    Sorry, the nerd doesn't know.

    It's magic!
     
    Jan 18, 2007
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  24. Gina M

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    The Tiramisu Brownies in the All The Best cookbook are awesome (and I don't even like coffee!) as are the Berries N Cream Brownies (was in last Spring's Season's Best) - they both use the Rectangular Baker and are very easy to do - you could do the decorating using the EAD to show that off as well.
     
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  25. rebeccastt

    rebeccastt Veteran Member Silver Member

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    It won't run off if you use parchment paper. If you forget that step, it WILL run off. :)
     
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  26. BethCooks4U

    BethCooks4U Legend Member Gold Member

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    It would if you didn't put parchment paper under it and only spread the brownie to about an inch from the edge of the paper.

    Another favorite stoneware recipe is Teramisu Brownie Squares. Tastes awesome and is a great show recipe. I always make the brownie ahead of time so we don't have to wait for it to cool.
     
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  27. chefann

    chefann Legend Member Gold Member

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    The nerd didn't know, but her husband did!

    Because the parchment is essentially non-stick, the batter sticks more to itself than the parchment. Which means it's beading up, like a water droplet on a freshly-waxed car. The batter won't spread because the liquid (yes, it's just a really thick liquid) wants to have as little contact with the parchment as possible. It just isn't fluid enough, or have enough surface tension, to form an actual ball.
     
    Jan 19, 2007
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  28. jenniferknapp

    jenniferknapp Legacy Member Gold Member

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    That is so cool to know - thanks to your hubby!!
     
  29. chefann

    chefann Legend Member Gold Member

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    I'll pass that along.

    Obviously, he's a nerd, too.
     
    Jan 19, 2007
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  30. ChefBeckyD

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    I don't think you're a nerd - just very knowledgable!
    And after that explanation....I think I'll just continue to tell people it's magic!;)
     
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