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Apple Spice Baked Doughnut Holes

Apple Spice Baked Doughnut Holes

Unlike normal fried doughnuts where the “hole” is stamped out, baked doughnuts are usually made in special pans that don’t leave you with any doughnut holes! In this recipe, Amy shows us how you can make doughnut holes…in the oven…with no special pan required. After mixing together a dough laden with fresh grated apples, she drops spoonfuls into… Read More »

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter

We’ve been on a DIY kick lately with making our own horchata, feta cheese, and cold brew iced coffee. Today, we venture into the world of nut butters, following in the footsteps of this almond butter that we featured last year. If you’re family goes through jars of peanut butter like ours, then you’ll be… Read More »

Ultimate Summer Fruit Cobbler

Ultimate Fruit Cobbler

When we’re looking for desserts to add to our lifelong repertoire, we like to find recipes that are flexible, allowing us to adapt and change them based on the what we have, what we love, or what we’re craving. This recipe is aptly named a Summer Fruit Cobbler (not a berry or peach cobbler) because… Read More »

Carmelitas

Caramalitas

Whether for a Labor Day cookout, after school snack, or even a late night treat, these Carmelita bars are an indulgent way to satisfy a sweet tooth craving. The best part is that they’re also uber-simple to make for a crowd! Mallory starts hers with a brown sugar oat base, which is first baked then… Read More »

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

There’s no “factory” behind this cheesecake recipe. In fact, you’re probably better off with a spoon than a fork for this one. Carla simplifies the seemingly daunting task of tackling a homemade cheesecake with a simple yet ingenious change of the cooking vessel. Instead of baking the filling in a crust-lined pan, she uses halved… Read More »

S’mores Cookie Bars

S'mores Cookie Bars

These bars combine two of the most iconic treats from childhood summers: s’mores and cookies. Instead of a graham crackers holding together the deliciousness, Jennifer sandwiches marshmallow fluff within buttery cookies. Folded inside is a layer of dark chocolate chips that melts into a warm, gooey, luscious band of joy. And although easier to manage… Read More »

Berry Sweet Empanadas

Berry Sweet Empanadas

Traditionally a savory dish, empanadas are distinguished both by their crispy, flaky exteriors and by their fun, palm-of-your-hand size. Here, we love anything that we can acceptably eat with our hands, and Roxana’s recipe fits the bill while demonstrating the pastry’s dessert potential. Roxana’s empanadas use ricotta, a perfect dessert cheese: creamy, mild, and an… Read More »

Citrus Bars

Citrus Bars

Breezy summer days call for the bright flavors of these citrus bars, with a playful twist on each batch. Deborah’s recipe allows room to improvise with the ingredients: A little more lemon and the bars will be tarter, but the addition of oranges, grapefruit, or limes can change everything. The base of these bars is… Read More »

Blackberry Plum Galette

Blackberry Plum Galette

This stunning berry galette comes together so quickly and easily that the genius responsible dubs it “the lazy girl pie.” A galette is a free form pie originating in France in which the buttery dough is stretched and folded over the filling to contain the fruit and create a perfectly irregular edge. Galettes tend to… Read More »

Cantaloupe Basil Granita

Cantaloupe Basil Granita from NoshOnIt

The Sno-Cones of our childhood have grown up as we have, and they now go by “Granita.” A granita is an Italian shaved ice with some sort of flavoring, such as espresso or fruit. Patricia of Grab a Plate’s Cantaloupe Basil Granita is the Sophia Loren of slushies: sophisticated, revered, and exotic yet accessible. By… Read More »

Bourbon Caramel Semifreddo with Candied Salted Pecans

Bourbon Caramel Semifreddo

No ice cream maker? No problem! There’s nothing better on a hot day than a heaping, dripping, homemade ice cream cone, and now missing equipment is no longer keeping you from the luxury of a refreshing frozen treat. An Italian semifreddo may not be traditional ice cream, but this one may even be better. Semifreddo… Read More »

Mango Bread Pudding

Mango Bread Pudding

Always feeling guilty about not being able to finish that scrumptious fresh-baked bread before it gets hard and crusty? Transform that day-old bread into a delicious bread pudding! Indulged in around the world, bread pudding varieties differ based upon local cuisine and season and can range from being a close cousin of French toast to… Read More »