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Professional Presentation --Brownies

Wonder how bakeries get those clean, neat, perfectly cut brownies and bar cookies? After your brownies have cooled, transfer the pan to the refrigerator for 1-2 hours. Remove and turn the entire pan of brownies out in one piece. (See my Brownie Pan Removal tip for this.) Use a long serrated bread knife and a ruler to cut your brownies into perfect squares and serve.

Professional Presentation --Brownies
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Grease and Flour the Pan

Grease and Flour the Pan

Instead of flour, I use a small amount of the cake mix to dust the baking pan. This eliminates that pasty look and taste on the bottom of cakes. I do this especially for chocolate cakes and bundt cakes.


pineapple upside down cake

pineapple upside down cake

instead of using water in your cake. use the juice from the jar of cherries and the can of pineapples. most of the time it measures to the exact same amount of the water, maybe a little more. it gives your cake a better taste and a pretty pink color. i use a glass 9x13 to bake mine. the people at church and my husband's work love it.



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