Perhaps the simplest precursor to a dinner party ever. Just make the savory shortbread dough, freeze it, slice it, and bake it at the very last second. You’re welcome.
T. Susan Chang explains how she came to create this quick, subtly sweet loaf from a gourd of fairy tale proportions.
Forget bobbing for apples. Try this equally apple-y endeavor instead that requires far less effort yet yields way more caramel-cloaked gratification.
Comfort finds us in unexpected ways. And thank goodness for that–or rather, thank goodness for this not-too-sweet, subtly apple-y quick bread.
A sweet something that evokes the memory of travels to Greece or the bulk bins of ’70-era health-food stores. Either way, these are so good they’ll put the past to shame.
Why pay an absurd amount of money for a teensy bag containing a couple shriveled slices when you can make a slew of slightly sweet, somewhat tart, eminently easy dried apples yourself?
American waffles have nothing over Belgium’s best. Yet as gaufre gourmand Kimberley Lovato explains, you only think you know the real Belgian deal.
Think the color of these crazy crimson-colored, Caribbean-inspired ice pops is flamboyant? Wait until you experience the taste.
Yup. Ice pops. But forget about pleasing the kids. These lovelies have refined flavors—spicy mango with a lick of lime–sure to woo the sophisticate in you.
An irresistible tea cake that’s essentially dessert masquerading as breakfast, lunch, or pretty much any nosh time when you crave something sweet.
Everything you remember from childhood–crisped (but not burnt) at the edges, slathered with butter, sprinkled with cinnamon, and, if you were fortunate, drizzled with honey.
These little lovelies contain sugar and spice and everything nice–including an oh-so-buttery oat streusel and a batter so enticing you’d never, ever guess it’s good for you.
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