baked goods

WTF

Hot Cross Buns Recalled After Pieces of Broken Calculator Baked into Batch

So far, eight customers have reported finding calculator bits inside their buns.
Jelisa Castrodale
4.10.19
Baking

Bakery Criticized for Selling Genderless Gingerbread 'Persons' Even Though Cookies Can't Fuck

The bakery has been calling its cookies "ginger persons" since 1983, but that hasn't stopped conservatives from being very mad about it in 2018!
Jelisa Castrodale
10.29.18
Make this

Here's How to Make the Fudgiest, Best Brownies Ever

This recipe produces brownies that are slightly crispy on top, masterfully moist inside (yeah, we said it), and the simple process is doable even for the baking-phobic.
Munchies Staff
2.5.18
desserts

How-To: Make Cookie Dough Cookies with Christina Tosi

Pastry queen Christina Tosi shows us how to make her dream cookie: the cookie dough cookie. It combines the best of both worlds, with a lightly baked outside and a gooey-raw inside.
Christina Tosi
12.25.17
Recipe

Lard Biscuits Recipe

Every Southern grandma knows that lard makes for the tenderest biscuits.
Cara Nicoletti
12.9.17
WTF

Teenagers Are Wearing Croissants to the Prom Because of a Typo

‘Corsage’ isn't exactly the hardest word to spell…
Nick Rose
5.29.17
Art

Behold, The Most Immaculate Gingerbread House Ever

The massive dessert-sculpture epitomizes #holidaygoals.
Diana Shi
12.18.16
coffee

We're One Step Closer to Baked Goods That Will Get You Buzzed

A biophysicist has developed a coffee flour that can be used in baking and blending that he says will allow people to reap the full health perks of the bean.
Wyatt Marshall
1.11.16
scotland

Scottish Nationalists Are Boycotting These Tea Cakes

Scottish biscuit manufacturer Tunnock’s felt the wrath of nationalists this week as it emerged that their new advertising campaign refers to the Lanarkshire-produced tea cakes as a “Great British tea cake.”
Phoebe Hurst
1.6.16
baked goods

Britain Can’t Resist America’s Baked Goods

According to new market research, sales of traditional British baked goods are falling, as the country develops a taste for American-style cookies, muffins, and brownies.
Phoebe Hurst
12.7.15
Bagels

New York Bagels Do Not Suck

David Heti has claimed that New York's bagels are inferior to Montreal's. My opponent’s arguments are laughable, and he should be doubly lambasted for defending a poor product poorly. Montreal is too close-minded to contain our larger bagels.
Joshua David Stein
10.4.15
Bagels

New York Bagels Suck

No one in Montreal has ever said, “Bring me back a New York-style bagel.” A Montreal bagel is chewy, doughy, and warm. A New York bagel is a utility—a conveyance for some other flavor or taste sensation—and it has no dignity.
David Heti
10.4.15
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