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Kitchen Basics 101: Making Half a Recipe Use the original cooking temperature/time as a reference point but monitor closely for the results you are looking for; If you are baking half a recipe of cake, bread or pie, then the cooking time about two thirds to three quarters of the original time. Pan Size: Try to use a pan that has half the volume of the one called for in the original recipe.

Original pin description: This is the best toffee ever. It is a vintage recipe that my husband's Grandma Utahna used to make. I have made up to 26 batches at Christmas.


Millionaire Fudge {Granny's Recipe Revisited}

Millionaire Fudge {Granny's Recipe Revisited}... recipe that is aka Fantasy Fudge, found for years on the marshmallow fluff jars.

from Chocolate Chocolate and More!

White Chocolate Fudge with Cranberries and Pistachios

White Chocolate Fudge with Cranberries and Pistachios @Joan Hayes (Chocolate, Chocolate and more) #whitechocolate #cranberries #pistachios #fudge

Microwave Peanut Brittle Recipe - This recipe is so easy you do not need a candy thermometer. Peanut Brittle was my dad's favorite candy. I remember him by making this peanut brittle every Dec. for his birthday. It is so easy using the microwave. If you are missing a loved one this holiday, try celebrating the memories you made together and bake their favorite recipe. #candy #Christmas