DSC_0986.jpg
DSC_8453_edited.jpg
DSC_0962.jpg
Dessert Love

Baking Tips 

Always Have the Correct Butter Consistency

 

The temperature of butter can dramatically affect the texture of baked goods. There are three different consistencies of butter that baking recipes typically call for.

 

Chilled butter

Helps create flaky pockets

in recipes like pie crust,

scones, & biscuits.

 

Room Temperature Or

Softened Butter 

To get that perfect consistency and temperature, leave the butter out on the counter for about 1 hour prior to beginning your recipe.

 

Melted Butter

It should be liquified & lukewarm.

If butter is too hot, it can cook

the eggs in your batter.