- 1 pound finely chopped, mixed nuts (walnuts, pistachios, almonds*)
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
- 1 package phyllo dough
- 1 cup melted butter
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 cup water
- ½ cup honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
I’ll bet that you can’t eat just one. It’s simply not possible!
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These are a gorgeous, not-too-sweet cookie. Sparkly with sanding sugar, subtly hot with candy hearts, sweet with vanilla icing. They are like that perfect kiss. Continue reading “Recipe: Vanilla Cookies with a Cinnamon Kiss”
Even though they are surprisingly simple to make, these delicacies will always impress. You can make just the profiteroles in advance, or make and fill them with ice cream, ready to pull from the freezer for last minute guests. Continue reading “Recipe: Profiteroles with Peppermint-Vanilla Ice Cream”
Simple but really delicious in that way that eating Nutella straight out of the jar is. Yum.
This is a great pie to make for a Valentine’s Day dinner, or just because you love someone. It should be named “I Love You Pie”, I think.
Perfectly accompanied by a huge mug of coffee or a tall glass of cold milk, these cookies are subtle but delicious… and extremely simple to make. Continue reading “Recipe: Chocolate-Coffee Spirals”
These are the perfect dessert on a summer evening after having steak and corn on the barbeque. These are easy to make and don’t involve setting your siblings’ hair on fire with flaming marshmallows hanging off the end of a stick… although that is really a right of passage.
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White chocolate blondies? Good. Vanilla cheesecake? Good. Put them together? Wow. Gooooooooooood.
This moist, rich cake is lighter than a chocolate cake – the perfect dessert to have with coffee mid-afternoon. Come to think of it it would be delicious after dinner too… or even for breakfast. It’s that good.