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”
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.
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 my grandma’s blueberry slump recipe today, the simplest & most nostalgic summer dessert. Sweet, juicy blueberries baked until bubbling, with a simple vanilla batter on top that bakes up like a soft, rich cake. Served warm right out of the oven with vanilla ice cream alongside.
A spring is not complete without making a honey strawberry galette. Or in my case…many, many galettes. It’s the simple, rustic recipe that will bring such seasonal beauty and happiness to your kitchen.
Say hello to the best cookies for fall! You are going to absolutely love these Brown Butter Harvest Cookies, as they are all things cozy and comforting. Plus, the recipe is easy, straightforward, and one you will want to make over and over again!
My favorite holiday memories are usually never the big parties or crowded shopping malls. What I love the most are the little moments of the season….watching Christmas movies with friends and family, baking cookies all night long, or sipping hot cocoa by the fire.