This recipe is simple but perfect. If you are craving chocolate (or just need a pick-me-up), whip these up and eat them right from the pan. Or cut them up and share them with someone you love…if you can keep yourself from eating the entire pan yourself!Read More
This is as close as you can get to “comfort food” for dessert. It’s soothing and delicious and smells great coming out of the oven. I first tried it in Kuwait when we were there in January and I couldn’t get enough of it!Read More
This cake is moist and delicious with it’s decadent combination of molasses and chocolate. Add to it a ginger-ale/chocolate icing and you get what I would consider the best gingerbread I have ever had.
Nigella instructs you to remove the cake from the pan to ice but I found it easier to ice and then transport by leaving it in the pan. This also kept it nice and moist.
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Recipe from Nigella Lawson’s Feast”
These Holiday treats are only available in November and December at Starbucks, but now I can make them all year round. A delicious treat for Christmas I think they would also be perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or even a Canada Day party.Read More
This ice cream is very rich, but is nicely balanced by the whole blueberries and chunks of strawberries running through it.Read More
These scones are sweet but not cloyingly. They are dainty without being too “cutesy”. Perfect for a shower, served with coffee or tea, they are light, delicious and very easy to make.Read More