Tag: Desserts

French Toast with Berry Syrup

French Toast with Berry Syrup

French Toast with Berry Syrup is an easy, but elegant way to impress guests with a beautiful brunch. My husband and I love making French toast and good French toast always starts with good French bread. I use day old stale French bread and cut […]

Brown Butter Blondies

Brown Butter Blondies

Brown Butter Blondies are chewy, rich and buttery. The brown butter in these blondies make the depth of flavor intense and rich. Not to mention your kitchen will smell amazing! Blondies are just brownies but made with brown sugar instead of cocoa powder. The texture […]

Cherry Wine Compote

Cherry Wine Compote

Cherry Wine Compote is what you get when jam and wine make a love child. It’s the perfect combination of jammy goodness and sweetness, but balanced with acid and alcohol. Because really, what’s better than boozy jam like topping on everything? I made a big […]

Banana Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting

Banana Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting

Banana Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting or more appropriately named for my “Momma Bear’s Banana Bars” is a recipe that comes from my childhood. My mom would make this for us anytime bananas went bad and she had to use them up. Also, for every […]

Cast Iron Skillet Carrot Cake

Cast Iron Skillet Carrot Cake

Today is my lovely, generous, kind, wonderful, strong, handsome husband Justin’s Birthday! It just so happens to be his 30th birthday today and I thought I’d do a little something special for him. We’ve been together now for 11 birthdays and for as long as […]

Strawberry Prosecco Bundts

Strawberry Prosecco Bundts

You had me at Prosecco. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m not a dessert girl, I don’t really bake and I most certainly never order dessert. However, I am a fan of semi-homemade dessert, especially when it includes bubbles and mini […]

Pumpkin Cookies with Maple Frosting

Pumpkin Cookies with Maple Frosting

It just wouldn’t be Fall without these Pumpkin Cookies with Maple Frosting. They’re melt in your mouth good and perfect for the holidays. This recipe has been adapted over the years from numerous sources. My husband’s family was the first inspiration for making these. Every […]

Summer Plum Clafoutis

Summer Plum Clafoutis

Summer Plum Clafoutis should be given an award. This is a sweet, savory summer dessert that would be a sin not to make during plum season. Clafoutis, {kla-foo-tee}, is traditionally made with cherries, but I couldn’t resist making this with gorgeous red plums I scored […]