Brown your Dairygold in a saucepan over a medium heat to add more flavour to your baking
Add a bit of Dairygold to your melted marshmallows when making marshmallow krispies. It makes them nice and gooey and stops them from clumping togeth...
Use Dairygold when making the biscuit crumble of your banoffee pie. Simply crush digestive biscuits and add melted Dairygold ... Delicious!
Don’t slam the oven door after checking the cake. This can also cause the cake to deflate.
A hint of vanilla essence can really add to the flavour of whipped cream.
To help your cookies hold their shape and edge, chill or freeze your dough before baking in the oven.
Mix a bit of ground ginger to your melted Dairygold when making a cheesecake base. Also add some crushed ginger snaps for extra flavour!
Using a pastry brush to grease your tins gives you better coverage. Just swipe the brush over a tablespoon of soft Dairygold then onto the pan.
Cakes should be baked on the middle shelf of the oven to prevent over-browning.
To easily separate egg yolks, keep your eggs in the fridge beforehand - the colder the egg, the less likely the yolk will burst upon cracking it.
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