This large meringue is just as beautiful as it is delicious. The whipped cream and fresh fruit help keep this dessert from veering too sweet. Feel free to use any fruit that you have on hand.
Pumpkin Pie is the iconic Thanksgiving dessert, but how often do you make it from scratch? The easiest way to elevate the flavor of your pumpkin pie is to make the purée from a real pumpkin (sugar pumpkin). All you need is a bit of extra prep time. Begin by cutting the pumpkin in half and remove the seeds. Then lay the pumpkin cut side down on a baking tray line with parchment paper. Bake the pumpkin for about an hour, until it is tender and can easily be cut into. Once the pumpkin is out of the oven, let it cook for a few minutes then scoop out the flesh and blend it in a food processor until nice and smooth.
Put a holiday spin on rich chocolate brownies that is reminiscent of the classic Black Forest Cake.
Dried fruit brings an extra holiday flavor and pretty color to this easy four ingredient treat that is sure to impress family and friends. You could also use candied fruit or even halved gun drops rather than dried fruit.
This puffy oven-baked pancake is topped with cranberry orange sauce for an easy and impressive holiday breakfast or brunch.
Just trying stopping your guests from inhaling these warm, chewy bites, paired with a delectable cheese sauce seasoned with spicy mustard. We love Mustard Girl mustards!
This cake is rich, golden on the outside, with an ultra-fine golden crumb. It’s ideal for topping with a dollop of whipped cream and some fresh berries.
Simnel cake is a traditional English fruitcake eaten during the Easter season and has been eaten since medieval times. The cake is both a rich, sweet treat and a symbolic ritual. The fruit cake is topped with eleven marzipan balls to represent the eleven apostles of Christ, minus Judas.
Whether served for breakfast or dessert this simple dish balances the warm sweetness of roasted pears and honey with creamy yogurt. It can be eaten any time of year, but feels especially appropriate during autumn and winter when the flavors complement toasty days spent curled up on the sofa or celebrating the holidays with loved ones.