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Chocolate Spiced Coffee Cake

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
COPYRIGHT, HELEN S. FLETCHER, 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Chocolate Spiced Coffee CakeThe dough for this Chocolate Spiced Coffee Cake is based on a recipe from one of my favorite bakers, Beatrice Ojakangas. Her book, “The Great Scandinavian Baking Book” is a classic that is in the James Beard Foundation Hall of Fame. She has given us so many wonderful Scandinavian baking recipes. I would happily make anything she wrote about because her recipes work.

The recipe for the dough is interesting in that it has no egg and receives its initial rise in the refrigerator straight out of the processor. Continue reading

Triple Ginger Crisps

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
COPYRIGHT, HELEN S. FLETCHER, 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
ALL PHOTOS BY PASTRIES LIKE A PRO UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

Triple Ginger Crisp These Triple Ginger Crisps are a mouthful of flavor. They should be very crisp when cooled. These are a make ahead treat as the flavor gets better as they are stored in a tin. The three types of ginger give a bite to the cookies and they leave a lingering taste that makes you reach for one more.

These Triple Ginger Crisps can be made relatively quickly or they can be made a little fancier if you’re willing to spend a bit more time.  They can be left plain or finished with sanding sugar  which can be found in kitchen supply stores, grocery stores and on the net.  It won’t melt when baked as regular sugar will.  Another sugar that can be used is pearl sugar. Continue reading