Butter, sugar, and sour cream flavor this homey Bundt cake. And there’s nothing wrong with that. On top and in the middle is a sweet, cinnamon-y nutty surprise.
Certainly you’ve heard the story behind this reputedly $250 recipe. But have you tasted the cookies? That’s what we thought. Let’s remedy that.
These Florentines have a thin nut crust topped with chewy caramel covered with sliced almonds. Drizzled on top of the Florentines is a zigzag of chocolate.
Raw food lover will devour this recipe. The herbed cheese filling is balanced by the mild, radish ravioli. Oil-marinated diced yellow tomatoes act as the sauce.
Lacy crepes, French pancakes, are filled with a creamy bittersweet chocolate sauce and topped with toasted coconut curls and softly mounded whipped cream.
Thick, rich, and decadent, this chocolate cake is soft and pudding-like in the middle surrounding by cakey sides and and crinkly top. Think dessert spoon bread.
Remember Devil Dogs? These are an uptown version. Chocolate-y cake sandwiches a creamy vanilla-scented filling, making it the perfect afternoon snack.
Sugar cookies flavored with vanilla and orange zest are covered with icing and decorated with sanding sugar and silvery dragees for a Christmas-y look.
Shortbread wedge cookies rife with ginger and lemon zest are baked to a lightly golden then topped with a creamy lemon glaze. A perfect tea treat of dessert.
Sour cherries and apples get a kick from orange juice, cardamon, and cherry liqueur then are rolled up in phyllo dough, sometimes called filo, and baked.
Here the classic French custard with a wallop of fresh ginger in addition to vanilla. On top are blackberries in a sweet-tart sauce.
This Turkish recipe combines softly sauteed onions and carrots with a garlic-yogurt sauce. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
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