This cake has all the elements of a delicious apple fritter donut but it’s not fried and it’s easy to make! It’s moist, sweet, cinnamon-y, and the cake gets drizzled with glaze while still warm, giving it the signature apple fritter finish. If you’re craving an apple fritter donut but your donut shop is closed and you don’t have the patience for a donut making project, this apple fritter cake ticks all the boxes!
These easy and quick naan pizzas are topped with whipped goat cheese, honey, sweet onions, sautéed pears, and fresh thyme. They offer a renewed take on a simple individual style pizza and they take only 30 minutes to make!
This soft, almond, sponge cake, reminiscent of Frangipane, but without the heaviness of it, is topped with a crisp almond meringue. It is very easy to make and takes only 15 minutes to prepare! It’s perfect with a cup of coffee or tea, as they do in Sweden during “fika”.
Fresh pieces of pear and rich dark chocolate dot this delicious yogurt cake. It’s a moist cake and quite light without eggs or butter. It’s great for breakfast, teatime or after dinner. And it’s super quick and easy to make, requiring only a whisk!
These easy to make lime bars are packed with fresh lime curd. The pastry crust is buttery and not too thick, allowing the lime filling to really steal the show. These bars are bright, use only natural ingredients, and celebrate the humble lime that seems to always get outshined by lemons. They only have 5 ingredients and take less than an hour to make. Simple and delicious!
I know we don’t all need another chocolate chip cookie to confuse us into choosing the right recipe to make. Tara O’Brady’s recipe from her cookbook Seven Spoons, makes the choice easy. No softening of ingredients, no chilling of dough, no browning of butter. It’s your simple and straightforward chocolate chip cookie recipe that produces gorgeous, chewy chocolate chip cookies every time.
This poppy seed bread is a classic. It’s as easy to make as it is to eat! Lightly sweet, easily sliced, and perfect for breakfast and brunch.
This is the perfect, bright, tea-time orange cake. It’s delicate, mild, and very much on the light side as far as cakes go. The orange flavor is subtle and the cake absorbs the orange glaze that gets drizzled over it after baking. It’s beautiful and fuss-free!
A fresh, vitamin-c packed, kiwi Christmas tree that adds a healthy and bright option to your holiday table. It can be served along cheese plates, at a holiday brunch, or as a healthy dessert alternative after a rich meal.
This layered panna cotta is as delicious as it is beautiful. The first layer is a creamy nutella panna cotta and the second layer is a creamy vanilla panna cotta speckled with vanilla beans. Whether you serve them individually as pictured or in a big bowl, it’s best to serve in something transparent so you can see the contrasting layers. Enjoy this easy, beautiful, and fun dessert any time of year.
This cinnamon mascarpone pudding is a custard based pudding with hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and mascarpone. It’s as smooth as velvet and topped with cinnamon kissed whipped cream. Pudding at it’s finest.
A cross between breakfast and dessert this pumpkin bread is absolutely delicious. The cream cheese filling compliments the spiced pumpkin perfectly. It’s so soft and moist that is slices like butter. It makes a great holiday gift, a perfect cake/bread to serve for brunch or afternoon tea, and it deserves a place on any holiday dessert table.