Crepes were the ‘original’ wrap and still make for an elegant and versatile meal presentation. Continue reading “French Crepes”
Cookie crumb crust makes this almost no bake. The ginger cream is to die for and you can showcase whatever fruit is in season on top! Continue reading “Ginger Cream Torte”
Amazing what you can do with flour, sugar and butter! Okay- add a bit of yeast, milk and eggs.. still pretty much ingredients you would have in your pantry at any time. Continue reading “Streuselkuchen”
These are the handiest, tastiest little mashed potatoes ever! You can make them ahead, freeze and reheat them. They are delicious every time. Continue reading “Muffin Tin Mashed Potatoes”
This is a hardworking recipe! There are a few variations listed below to take you from basic corn bread to muffins, to chili-topping dumplings.
The basic corn bread is actually a rather dry bread and it is perfect for the base of my favourite holiday dressing – Corn Bread Dressing. You could serve it beside Spicy Chili or with butter and jam while it is warm and fresh from the oven. Continue reading “Basic Corn Bread You can Switch Up 5 Ways”
You can put this caramel sauce bread pudding together in about 15 minutes if you buy the Cinnamon Raisin bread and Caramel sauce. This is a great recipe to get your kids involved in the kitchen! Continue reading “The Best Caramel Bread Pudding in No Time!”
Here is a great way to use up that extra bit of pumpkin when you use a large can to make a pie. It is fall comfort food for sure.
It is really fast to make this if you have roasted garlic on hand – about 15 minutes to make the soup plus heat up time. Continue reading “Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Soup”
This is a great ice cream flavour for fall! It goes well with apple pie, cobblers or crisps. This uses heavy cream and egg yolks so it is quite rich. You only need a small amount to satisfy!
Do you want to know the trick to getting a nice golden sear on scallops? Continue reading “Seared Scallops with Fennel Cream”