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Today’s Recipe: Dandelion & Rose Petal Freezer Jelly


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Today’s Recipe: Stabilized Whipped Cream


Stabilized whipped cream is a light and delicate frosting for cakes, cupcakes, and layer cakes, and it can be whipped up ahead of time to top pies, cobblers … really, anything you can think of. Unlike plain whipped cream, stabilized whipped cream keeps its shape over time instead of melting or deflating. When making this recipe, the key is to slowly sprinkle in the ChillOver Powder while whisking to avoid any clumps, and to keep whisking during the 3-minute simmer time.

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Today’s Recipe: Satsuma Orange Marmalade


The delicate peels of Satsuma oranges make this marmalade a snap to prep. It is easy to remove the peel and not the pith with just a vegetable peeler, and after the peel is removed, the pith peels right off! It is typical for orange marmalade recipes to have more sugar than fruit by weight. This recipe is a reduced-sugar version, and uses my ChillOver Powder to set up, rather than relying on the natural pectin in the oranges.

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Oh my … pie

Ace brought in a little treat last week to the Design Studio. One of my favorites that I ate for breakfast a few months back—with glee! The Pastor’s Wife’s Pie, as we call it, is a custard with a graham-cracker crust using my ChillOver Powder.


Easy, delicious, and something other than a typical cake. (This Pistachio Melon Cake is also another great option—especially if you’re gluten-free.) Both are a great contribution to a potluck or for a special occasion. (Just keep the custard on ice, or refrigerated until serving.)

The one Ace made substituted blackberries for blueberries in the recipe. Thanks, Ace!

Feelin’ a little stressed lately? It’s Labor Day so I hope you’re taking some time to relax. A little on the history of Labor Day here.

Enjoy this mantra (and any other desserts you consume) for the rest of the week …


Today’s Recipe: Homemade Marshmallows

Today’s recipe, MaryJane’s Homemade Marshmallows, is another sneak-peek recipe from my book, Glamping with MaryJane. (Actually, in my book, my basic recipe below ends up with a host of yummy, unlikely ingredients added, but I’ll save those surprises for you until you have my book in your hands!)

Remember last month’s recipe?

Sweet & Smoky Salmon Zucchini Rolls

Oh goodness. The name alone starts a mind-blowing seismic-flavor-tastebud-overload.

But today is all about celebrating the tasty white, round, and fluffy balls of sugar-sweetness dubbed Marshmallow … because it’s National S’more Day!

And let’s not forget their partner, the homemade graham cracker, which will be part two of this recipe series, right here tomorrow. Don’t forget to check back.

Happy s’more day to you and yours. And s’more to you, and you, and you …

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