“It’s Holiday Treat Season! Elizabeth ChambersBourbon balls are the perfect addition to any holiday party.
“When I was growing up, my mother baked them every year for our annual Christmas parties, and they always seemed beautiful and chic to me,” says the 40-year-old founder of the BIRD bakery in the latest issue of the magazine. us weekly. “When I got older and made them myself, I couldn’t believe how easy they were.”
Chambers, whose award-winning bakery has stores in San Antonio, Dallas and Denver, also loves gifting his pastries to loved ones during the fun season. “They’re great for teachers, friends, coaches,” a Cooking Channel spokesperson said. Us. “They also freeze beautifully, so I always have them on hand!”
Chambers’ recipe, which includes up to four dozen sweet spheres, includes pastries infused with bourbon and orange juice. Interested in a stronger bourbon flavor? Chambers advises Us reduce (or eliminate) orange juice.
TV presenter, who has daughter Harper, 8, and son Ford, 5, with ex-husband Armie Hammer — opened the BIRD bakery in 2012, sharing her arsenal of family recipes.
“We turned 10 in March. It flew by unnoticed, and at the same time it seems that 100 years have already passed, ”Chambers notes with delight. San Antonio Journal the last month of her bakery, noting that Harper and Ford love going to cafes. “Our office in San Antonio is my heart. This is where we originally opened as a tribute to my grandmother and my mother. … San Antonio always feels like home when I’m there. If I could be there every single day, from opening to closing, I would. Few things make me happier.”
Keep scrolling for Chambers’ Decadent Bourbon Balls recipe for the holidays, as well as the latest issue of the magazine. Us weekly For even more holiday inspiration:
1 ½ cups Texas pecans
11 oz vanilla waffle cookies
¾ cup dried cherries
1 ½ cups Dutch unsweetened cocoa, divided
1 ½ cups powdered sugar, divided
1 teaspoon high quality vanilla extract
⅓ cup corn syrup
¼ cup high quality bourbon
¼ cup freshly squeezed orange juice
1 tablespoon edible gold powder
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Toast the pecans on a baking sheet for 5 minutes, turning regularly, until golden brown. Let cool.
- In a food processor, grind the waffles into crumbs, then add the cherries. Whisk lightly and then add the toasted pecans. Whisk the mixture three more times.
- In a large bowl, mix together crumbs and pecans. Add 1 cup cocoa, 1 cup powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Mix completely and add corn syrup.
- Add bourbon and orange juice. Mix thoroughly.
- Sift the remaining ½ cup cocoa and ½ cup powdered sugar onto a large plate or flat surface.
- Shape the crumb mixture into ¾ inch balls and roll them in the cocoa-sugar mixture until completely coated. Sprinkle with gold powder if desired.
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