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instant pudding vs. cook & serve

I have seen several rum cake recipes. Some call for instant pudding and some call for cook and serve. Aside from the two different types of pudding all the remaining ingredients are the same. Does anybody know what the difference is between instant and cook and serve pudding and how it affects the cake?

instant pudding vs. cook & serve

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Give your Brownies a bath

Give your Brownies a bath

TO ensure your brownies staty moist, give them an ice water bath when you take them out of the overn. The browines are still baking in the inside when cooling, but putting them in the ice water, it cools the brownies off quickly and makes for easier cutting


Crystallized honey tip

Crystallized honey tip

While crystallized honey is completely safe to eat, you may want to make it liquid again for pouring. Here’s how: 1. Make sure the lid is on tight. 2. Place the honey jar in a container that allows water to move around it freely. 3. Run under a hot water tap (shaking occasionally) until the crystals have melted.



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