A chocolate dessert that will leave tour taste buds wanting more. Don’t skip the step of adding the sugar a little at a time. That’s the only way to ensure it’s mixed well enough to get stellar results. And gently fold in the eggs, it’s how to make sure your souffle doesn’t fall. Good luck!
Technically we’ve filed this under our “Dessert” category, but really parfaits are great all day long! Berry Parfaits can be the perfect breakfast or dessert! While a great summer treats when fruit is in season, make it work with whatever you have on hand. And don’t worry about using store-bought granola, it will be just as good!
Fresh mint leaves cuts the sweetness of the chocolate and gives these truffles a refreshing quality. INGREDIENTS 1/2 finely chopped mint leaves 1 pound bittersweet chocolate 1/2 cup heavy cream …
Honey and sour cream each contribute their distinctive tastes to make a well-balanced banana ice cream. Making ice cream at home can be intimidating and a little bit of work. But the results are always worth the effort. While this recipe could be adapted to use other flavors, try it first with the banana and honey for a treat you won’t want to miss!
This quick and super easy recipe is a great way to keep cool! It’s can also be easily adapted to a lower calories option! You can really use any berry in this recipe. But Strawberry is a personal favorite with blueberries being a close second. We call this one-minute ice cream because it’s so quick and easy to get a delicious treat.
This is my own variation on the classic popover recipe, with sugar and cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla added for flavor. You can stay the savory route, but you’re feeling adventurous, try this version! If you don’t have whole nutmeg to freshly grate, use the already grated stuff! You won’t want to miss out on it’s flavor impact.
If you’re like me, I’m sure you love the smell and taste of banana bread! It’s one of my favorite desserts when I go out to restaurants, and now with this recipe you’ll be able to bake delicious banana bread in the comfort of your own home. The older the banana, the more flavor your bread will end up with. So don’t be afraid to use those very brown bananas that you’re ready to toss!