A layer of cream cheese and raspberries turns this coffee cake from ordinary to fantastic. Plus, with the flavors of blood orange, the cake has a bright pop of citrus that’s the perfect complement!
Homemade donuts are so much better when they’re made from yeast! A bit of extra work goes a long way in making these the best donuts ever!
This fruit ice is pretty much a combination of incredibly fresh fruit juice flavors! Grapefruit, lime, and even beet come together (with a little bit of optional alcohol) to create a refreshing dessert!
There’s no need to make an ordinary pancake when you can make this extraordinary citrus Dutch baby pancake! The ingredients are quite simple and it’s perfect when topped with a homemade berry coulis sauce!
A perfectly-sized huevos rancheros egg cup is a powerful punch of protein! Topped with sour cream, guacamole, and homemade salsa, this is the perfect brunch item to make!
This hearty grain bread is the perfect homemade bread to bake up! It has a smattering of flours that truly make it a hearty bread that’s great for toast!
This blueberry French toast is pretty much a throw-it-together-and-let-it-go type of dish. Make this the day before and place it in the refrigerator overnight before baking in the morning!
I hope we can all agree that there is an after-Christmas slump. Yes, I know I am way more into Christmas than many people, but the mood of those that celebrate Christmas seems to be confused after December 25th. I wish the spirit of the season would carry on. It’s actually my self-proclaimed mission to
Every year I say the same thing: “How does Christmas come so quickly?!” During the year, I look forward to December: the baking, the wrapping, the parties and most of all, my sister’s family’s visit from Virginia. Then summer hits and I’m outside all day working in the yard, harvesting from the garden and building
No matter how delicious the main meal is, I invariably crave dessert. I don’t always need something decadent or major, but something sweet to cap off a good meal is mandatory. I know not everyone feels this way (which of course completely baffles me!). This love for dessert may have something to do with the way
When planning food for a party menu, I usually try too hard. Often, I want guests to be impressed: I think of dishes that will look amazing, use exotic ingredients, and be overly unique. And yeah, I’ll admit that it makes me a stressed out wreck for the beginning part of the holiday season. Over
I love any party that involves gougéres, also known as… cheese puffs! I’ll wager you know what I mean: those airy puffs of dough packed with an intense cheese flavor. And really, they aren’t too hard to make. The base is composed of a pâte à choux dough, butter, flour and eggs. Sounds like simple