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Get baking with 7 recipes from Magnolia Bakery

Magnolia Bakery has helped millions of people around the world celebrate life’s sweetest moments. Now, thanks to our partnership with the iconic bakery, you can make many of their famous desserts at home. With the Magnolia Bakery Hand Mixer by Hamilton Beach and The Magnolia Bakery Handbook: A Complete Guide for the Home Baker, it’s easy to make many of the bakery’s classics, including their famous banana pudding and signature vanilla cake.

If you’re ready to take your baking up a notch, consider this charming new 5-speed mixer in Magnolia Bakery’s beautiful green. With a powerful DC motor for superior performance, this mixer will inspire you to make Magnolia Bakery’s puddings, cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies and bars, pies and crisps, muffins, scones and icebox desserts. Here are seven recipes to get you started.

Magnolia Bakery’s famous banana pudding 

Made with just six ingredients, most of which you may have in your kitchen right now, this exquisite banana pudding has become a favorite around the world.

Berry-buttermilk crumb muffins

With this versatile recipe, you can use quick-cooking berries, such as raspberries or blueberries, or any in-season soft fruit such as peaches. The crumb adds a light crunch and sweetness that really make the muffin.

Chocolate chunk caramel sea salt cookies

Now you can make Magnolia Bakery’s best-selling cookie at home. This big cookie is soft, chewy, loaded with caramel and topped with a dash of sea salt.

Everyone’s favorite vanilla cake

This vanilla cake is the heart and soul of Magnolia Bakery—it’s also the recipe used in their best-selling vanilla cupcakes and gorgeous Confetti Cake.

Everyone’s favorite vanilla cupcakes

This vanilla cake base is the foundation of so many great Magnolia Bakery cupcakes, including the famous Carrie Cupcake, which is topped with pink vanilla buttercream and a daisy.

Lemon vanilla mini-Bundt cakes

The Vanilla Bundt Cake has long been popular at Magnolia Bakery, with many devoted fans coming in to get their morning slice. These minis bake up in just 20 minutes and only need to cool for a bit before you pop them out of the pan.

Magnolia Bakery’s red velvet cake

The red velvet cake widely considered a Southern tradition, thought to date back to the late 1800s. This rich version of the cake uses a darker cocoa and buttermilk to create a softer texture. It can be finished with an old-fashioned whipped vanilla icing or a cream cheese icing.

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