Frozen pizza dough is generally pre-cooked, which means it is recommended and completely safe to put it directly on the oven rack for baking. The dough won’t fall through the metal bars, and the cheese typically doesn’t drip or slide off the sides of your frozen pizza!
Custard powder is shelf-stable, and if stored properly, even opened custard powder can last six months or longer. Unopened custard powder can last several years, even if this exceeds the product’s ‘best by’ date.
Most parchment paper brands are made from cellulose fibers and have a silicone coating, making them non-stick, moist, and heat resistant. As such, parchment paper is completely safe to use in the microwave as long as you don’t cook fatty foods with it.
As I like to bake and eat them so much, I decided to write down this fantastic S’mores cookies recipe and share it with you. I hope you’ll find as much joy in it as I do.
Cupcakes often shrink if the batter contains too much air or liquid, creating a so-called balloon effect. Undercooked cupcakes and old baking powder can also lead to deflation and shrinking.