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Easy Microwave Monster Cupcakes

This monsterlicious recipe is for the little bakers, not only because CAB Foods Monster Microwave Cupcakes are so delicious and fun to make, but also because baking them is so easy-peasy, you’ll hardly need a grownup at all. You may however require a parent to go to a CAB Fo ...

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Your Super Baker Flash Solutions

Regardless of their level of expertise, all bakers know that baking is both an art form and a science. In other words, there are a few rules in baking that should never be broken, and then there are few that leave room for a creative wiggle. The best way to know whether you ...

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Join the all-fun no-mess CAB Foods Cookie Revolution

When it comes to keeping kids entertained, the kitchen is a failsafe haven of creative play and colourful fun. In fact, CAB Foods was born from combining playtime with baking when the Lahoud kids visited their grandmother and learned all about baking cookies and licking out ...

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Four great benefits of baking with your kids

Baking is squishy, messy and delicious, which is why kids love it. But did you know baking can also be highly beneficial to a child’s intellectual, physical and mental development? Besides being a fun and productive way of spending time with your little ones, you can focus o ...

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Tips and tricks for working with chocolate

If your view on chocolate is that civilised life depends on it, or that a balanced diet requires at least one portion of chocolate per day, rest assured, you’re in the right place. According to the Smithsonian, the origins of chocolate date back more than 2000 years, and the ...

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Celebrating the Macaron

With the 20th of March officially dubbed Macaron Day, we celebrate this famous and delicious treat with a few interesting facts regarding its origin and decadent nature. Like the modern-day macaron, the original recipe, dating back to 1533, was for a soft, airy morsel made f ...