Happy fall! Officially ringing in the new autumn season with these caramelized cinnamon apple crumb bars. They are simply the perfect, easy fall dessert to kick off the baking season – soft, cinnamon-filled shortbread crust, a gooey brown sugar & apple filling, and a buttery streusel topping. I love eating these warm out of the oven, and then snacking on them all week long. Your kitchen will smell amazing, and they’re bound to get you into the fall spirit!
Sharing this chocolate zucchini bread with a sweet & crumbly oat streusel topping to get you in the baking mood! It’s decadent, delicious, and the perfect way to use up the end of summer zucchini. Hints of cinnamon, rich vanilla, and indulgent melted chocolate run throughout this incredibly tender, moist bread. Serve it for breakfast, as a snack, or a post-dinner treat! Continue reading “Chocolate Zucchini Bread with Oat Streusel”
The simplest spring breakfast: skillet croissant bread pudding with strawberry syrup & fresh whipped cream. It’s easy to make and perfectly indulgent…rich and buttery, yet still light and fresh. Croissants are cut and tossed in a quick vanilla egg and milk mixture, then poured into a skillet and baked until golden with brown sugar sprinkled over top. Serve it with jammy strawberries cooked down in a brown sugar and lemon syrup, plus a large dollop of freshly whipped cream! Continue reading “Skillet Croissant Bread Pudding with Strawberry Syrup”
Nostalgic peanut butter and jelly brownies. This is the perfect treat for when you want something rich and comforting that is so incredibly simple to make. Classic brownie batter topped with dollops of peanut butter and your favorite jelly, baked until fudgy, and cut into squares. These are absolutely delicious and will bring you right back to your childhood. Continue reading “Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownies”
The perfect little treat to brighten up your day: lemon poppy seed almond cookies. These cookies are incredibly delicious, with a soft and chewy texture surrounded by slightly crisp edges. They’re dipped in a sweet glaze and topped with extra poppy seeds and almonds. So much beautiful flavor in one little cookie, and they’re really simple to whip together! Continue reading “Lemon Poppy Seed Almond Cookies”
Decadent molten chocolate cakes for Valentine’s Day! These little cakes are rich and fudgy, with a cakey exterior and molten center. Flavored with coffee and topped with a rose water whipped cream…there couldn’t be a more perfect dessert to indulge in with those you love! Continue reading “Molten Chocolate Cakes with Coffee & Rose”
Festive shortbread cookie sandwiches filled with sweet raspberry jam, dipped in milk chocolate, and topped with almonds and sprinkles! These snowflake Christmas cookies are so much fun to make, and of course even more delicious to eat. They’re really simple and versatile, too, with lots of decorating options to get creative with! Continue reading “Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Cookie Sandwiches with Raspberry Jam”
Sharing a festive cake to kick off the holiday baking season: spiced mascarpone cranberry cake. A simple spiced cake flavored with warm cinnamon & nutmeg, with flavors of orange and creamy mascarpone running throughout the batter. Topped with a tart cranberry jam and baked until golden. Dusted with lots of powdered sugar and served in slices. This cake is just the thing to have on your holiday table, whether it be for a morning breakfast with a cup of coffee or a delicious dessert. Continue reading “Spiced Mascarpone Cranberry Cake”
Introducing the very best maple pumpkin bread! It’s warming and cozy, with the perfectly moist & tender texture. Flavored simply with nutty brown butter, rich maple syrup, a hint of cinnamon, and vanilla. Sliced thick and topped with a swoosh of cinnamon butter for just a little extra flavor! You can serve this bread warm or eat it at room temp. And truly…it works any time of day – for a decadent breakfast, an afternoon pick-me-up with a hot cup of coffee, or a festive dessert.
Sharing the coziest autumn cookie today in the form of brown butter oatmeal cookies! They’re full of hearty oats, melted chocolate chunks, and deeply roasted walnuts. A mix of brown sugar and honey adds lots of rich flavor and creates a slightly caramelized exterior on the cookies. They’re the perfect cookies for fall! Of course you can eat them for dessert, but I’d say my favorite way is pairing them with a hot cup of coffee for an afternoon snack.