A few small details help make this the best apple pie you’ve ever baked.
The crust on this pie, an all-butter pate brisee a golden and delicately tender.
Peach pie is such a happy pie and my absolute favorite although I don’t make it nearly often enough.
A great way to use colored frosting and still have an all chocolate cake is to make white chocolate. This cake was part of a baby “sprinkle” where all the decorations were blue rain drops and white clouds.
Apple crisp makes me think of my mom, and it’s a dessert that can be paleo-ized without sacrificing any of the yummy!
This is a delicious variation on my mom’s amazing cheesecake recipe. It’s a nice addition to a Thanksgiving Desert table.
Spooktacular dessert for Halloween!
These adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes are great for a halloween party.
Adorable and simple, these marshmallow ghost cupcakes come out booodeful.
Baklava (from the Farsi for “many leaves”), a pastry perfected by royal bakers in the sultan’s palace in Istanbul, consists of layers of phyllo filled with nuts and spices and drenched in a syrup.
These are a beautiful and easy way to sever fresh fruit at a party.
These are super fun for parties. Kids and adults alike love them!
Love mango sticky rice? Me too! This chia pudding recipe is great for breakfast or dessert and scratches that itch!
What an amazing way to start you day, especially in the morning. Make your pops just like you’d make your coffee, they’re completely customizable.
This cake is designed to provide everyone’s favorite. Each layer is a different cake and frosting so there is something for everyone. It’s is perfect for twinkle twinkle little start birthday party.
Easy and delicious cookies that are paleo ta boot!
A pâte brisée has a fragile, crumbly texture and does not rise when baked. It is the pastry of choice for quiche and tarts and can be used for both savory and sweet dishes.
I love the lemon sweet flavor of this old fashioned cake.
This delicious pie marries classic apple with delicious blackberry. Pair that with a perfect crust and you’re in heaven.
My mom has been making this my entire life and just smelling it brings me back to my childhood.
The secret to theses cupcakes is the buttermilk. It gives the simple store bought cake mix an extra something that makes them 100 times better!
These fun and colorful cupcakes are really fun to make with kids. Every bite is a full color explosion!
Who doesn’t love Nutella? These cupcakes are delicious and a big crowed pleaser!
This is a variation on my berry weight watcher pie recipe. It’s so yummy that even Melissa loves it.
The Milk and Cookie Shot, a chocolate chip cookie cup filled with vanilla milk and inspired by the classic American pairing.
This is such a refreshing dessert, the pomegranates pop in your mouth and the are a lovely pair with the bitter chocolate.