Gourmet Almond joys. Easy & Delicious! Continue reading Bon Bons
I am not a big baker but these are definitely one of my go to’s. Easy to make, beautiful to look at and delicious. Did I mention they are Gluten Free? Yup! Continue reading Coconut Macaroons
In case you haven’t noticed, I am not a big baker. I only make cookies a few times a year but I do like to have a lot of options on hand at the holidays. Continue reading Orange Pistachio Lace Cookies
What to do with those fresh blueberries from the Farm? You could eat with Greek yogurt, true. Or, you could make a blueberry crisp and serve it with a nice scoop of vanilla ice cream. Hey…..that’s still blueberries with dairy! LOL. I love fruit crisps. Easy, quick and yummy! Continue reading Blueberry Crisp
Where do I start with this? What is a Pots de Creme? It is a french dessert, that is a custard but I would describe it as “Ultimate Gourmet Pudding”. It can be made in many flavors but I have only had chocolate and that is so damn amazing, I have decided to just stick with that!
I always double this recipe. They will stay good in the fridge for up to 3 days if they aren’t eaten sooner. Brian keeps a working inventory when I make these to make sure he gets his fair share, he is crazy for them!
ps……….they look elegant but are really soooooo simple to make. You can make them the day before your party. A must try! Continue reading Chocolate Pots De Creme
Sunnycrest is a local farm in my home town. They open in June with Strawberry season and I shop there all summer long for the tomatoes, blueberries, corn, zucchini, amazing lettuce, the list goes on. Then in the fall, I get their delicious apple cider and my favorite Gala apples. They close the day before Thanksgiving, so I had to go Saturday to get another supply of apples. You can also bake these in individual ramekins for a cute presentation. Must be enjoyed with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream! Continue reading Sunnycrest Apple Crisp