Posts Tagged ‘graham’

Trader Joe’s S’more Frozen Sandwiches

Monday, September 19th, 2011
Trader Joe's S'more Frozen Sandwiches

Trader Joe's S'more Frozen Sandwiches

Review – Trader Joe’s S’more Frozen Sandwiches

Recently we picked up a box of the Trader Joe’s S’more Ice Cream Sandwiches.  Soft, chewy graham cookies sandwiching creamy marshmallow gelato laced with chocolate shavings.
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Cinnamon and Sugar Graham Doughnuts

Saturday, June 4th, 2011
Cinnamon and Sugar Graham Doughnuts

Cinnamon and Sugar Graham Doughnuts

Cinnamon and Sugar Graham Doughnuts

This was my first time making homemade doughnuts.  I used ideas from the Graham Cracker recipe and combined it with sweet yeast dough recipes to develop the Graham Doughnut recipe.  After frying the doughnuts I rolled them in cinnamon and sugar to coat.  The doughnuts are puffy, soft, and light and airy right after frying.  The sooner you eat them after frying, the better the texture.  You can gently heat them in a microwave for about 10 seconds to rewarm the next day, which gets them pretty close.
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Indoor Smores

Saturday, February 26th, 2011
Smore with Homemade Graham Crackers

Smore with Homemade Graham Crackers

Indoor S’mores

Here’s a way to get that classic summer treat anytime at home, even during the middle of winter.  Toasting the graham crackers offers a nice touch, and makes the kitchen smell great.  You can also you peeps (if it’s Easter time) in place of regular marshmallows.  The sugar coating offers a nice crunch.  For an even more decadent s’more, try using a filled chocolate square, such as Ghirardelli caramel square.
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Homemade Graham Crackers

Saturday, February 19th, 2011
Homemade Graham Crackers

Homemade Graham Crackers

Homemade Graham Crackers

Adapted from an Alton Brown recipe

This being my first to making graham crackers, I thought I would stick to a recipe from someone who always has good recipes.  Graham flour is actually whole wheat flour that has had the bran and germ removed, each part is ground separately, and then add back together to complete the flour.  I think of it like deconstructed wheat flour.  Supposedly, if you cannot find graham flour your can make your own.  See below.
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