Misadventures in baking
Dr. Zoidberg last edited by Dr. Zoidberg
Making a double batch of snickerdoodles tonight, I set aside a few dough spheres for my attempt at my totally made-up "coco-doodles," which is just a snickerdoodles but I replaced the cinnamon with organic coconut sugar.
Interesting results... The coconut sugar burned much sooner than typical granulated sugar. So the cookies were overcooked, crispy, and almost... bitter. My wife loves anything with coconut on it, or near it. But I don't even think she would like these.
Waste of perfectly good dough
Exage03040 last edited by
I'm doing bread loaf for lunches (it's rising now). 3rd attempt.
CB last edited by
Hey, one bad batch out of the amount you bake is a pretty good win-loss spread.
I one time failed three times in a row baking ginger snaps and ended up getting my sister to bake them so I could pass a project in French class.
Dr. Zoidberg last edited by
@cb No one makes better ginger snaps than the damn Dutch.
ClassicDatsunDebate last edited by
I love cooking but I hate baking....adhering to a recipe (formula)?? You can’t tell me wat to do man!
Having said that, I’ve got all the ingredients to make Finnish Pulla...which I’ll be making this weekend. Stay tuned for the disastrous results.
SilentbutnotreallyDeadly last edited by
Failure is often the best thing about experiments because you only make them once...
frinesi2 last edited by
Hey if I had a dollar for every time I've wasted perfectly good dough ...