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Howie Mandel Launched his Talkshop.live channel with our #SocialDistancingSweetTreats box!! In his bid to help small businesses in America at this difficult time, he showcased our very own sweet treats.
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The Hungry Monkey Baking Company takes your old-fashioned favorites and gives them a modern twist.
We focus on a small product line of natural, small-batch “crazy-good,” handmade sweets.
Our current line-up includes: our Signature and top-selling Chocolate Chip Banana Bread, Original (plain) Banana Bread, Cinnamon Apple Streusel Cake, Carrot Cake with a Buttermilk Caramel Glaze, Lemon Tea Cake with a Lemon Buttermilk Glaze, Pumpkin Tea Bread (seasonal), Triple Chocolate Brownies & low-gluten Chocolate Chip Macaroons.
Parchment is the best invention ever. Thankfully, it’s now sold in grocery stores. I use parchment to line every single pan. If you are making your own cakes, butter the bottom of your pans, then place a piece of parchment cut out to the size of the bottom of the pan. Then, butter and flour the top of the parchment, too. Your creations will come out of the pan perfectly every time.
Weigh and/or measure every ingredient and have each one out in clear bowls before you start. The French call it Mise en place ([mi zɑ̃ ˈplas]) and it means "putting in place" or "everything in its place.” It refers to the setup required beforehand and is often used in professional kitchens to refer to organizing and arranging the ingredients. You can find clear and inexpensive light weight bowls at Bed Bath & Beyond or other home goods stores. Make sure you buy very small bowls, too, for vanilla, salt and baking soda/powder and other smaller quantity items. That way if your own hungry monkey interrupts, or you get a call or the doorbell rings, you won’t waste ingredients; it’s the worst when you can’t remember if you added the baking soda in or if you put in four or five cups of flour.