December 12, 2013

Where To Get Free Recipes This Baking Season

I have been baking for awhile and I can't get recipes I can keep until I tried Domino Sugar's website. I just thought of checking the websites of the brands I use and I was stuck in there. They have a lot of recipes to share. You can even subscribe to they're newsletter called the Baker's Circle where you can choose to receive recipes, promotions and just about anything related to their brand and of course, baking!

 
So, having all the ingredients at hand, except for the 4th piece of very ripe banana, I was able to finally bake some Banana Nut Bread with the help of my 2-yr old! The recipe, which I linked but would not put here because it's not really mine, is easy to make and follow. It's just that it was meant for a banana loaf, not muffins so I kind of over-cooked it for a few minutes, maybe 5-7minutes. It could have turned more moist but still, they were acceptable. I already liked how it tasted even with one banana missing. It's not that sweet and definitely not dry. I am going to use them again to bring in our Christmas party. Then, I will make sure to

1) Bake it at a lesser time
2) Use the right number of bananas
3) And last but not the least, add more walnuts!

 
 
Just last week, I got an email from Domino Sugar's Baker's Circle showcasing some holiday treats! I am so excited to try them!

DISCLOSURE
I was given a coupon for a free pack of Domino Sugar product. I was not required to do anything in return, this post was made in my own discretion. Everything was based on my 100% honest opinion.

16 comments :

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  2. i should have check the website too, never tried that though as i thought it's only for sugar information.

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  3. oh am gee! now I am hungry hahaha, I could almost smell those goodies!!! hand me over some please! :)

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  4. I shop with coupon to save some money and it helps a lot.

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  5. i use domino dark brown sugar too for baking, but I don't bake as much, so, one pack of sugar lasts a veeeeeeery loooooong time. those banana nut bread looks so yummy.

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  6. I wish I knew about this when I used to bake weekly. It is good to know that you can get free recipes.

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  7. very nice! i have subscribed to the kidspot website their recipes for kids are awesome and everything I make for my daughter she totally loves it! Will check this website too!

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  8. I like mine with moorree walnuts! Yumm-o! Now I'm craving for a banana muffin.

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  9. yummy cupcakes :-) I want some please :-) Coupons are saviour, used mine a lot of times :-)

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  10. There are a whole lot of free recipes online. As for me, I don't rely on one coz I am the type who ALWAYS alters a recipe. LOL.

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  11. O'll check the website later. Seems makakatulong kay misis ito.

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  12. I subscribe to Robinhood, Kraft, Betty Crocker and Real Women of Philadelphia for recipes. I'll check out that site... thanks for sharing!

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  13. I would love to try to bake a banana cake. It is one of my favorite baked goodies.

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  14. It seems like I'm drooling at the cooked cupcakes. I wanna try this too. Bookmarking will follow.

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  15. Galing! I never really took baking seriously even when I enrolled in a formal school to learn this. I just can't find the time to put into practice what I've learned.

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