The crockpot is usually used for slow-cooking savory foods. You might be surprised that it also works for baking and desserts. Take a look at this irresistible raspberry chocolate chip bread, and I’m sure you’ll be looking at your crockpot in an entirely new light.
The eating of apples and honey are traditional for Rosh Hashanah. The practice signifies a hope for a sweet and prosperous new year. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy these little sweet challah rolls. You will want to keep the recipe handy for year-round use, not just for holidays.
Apricot Berry Strudel is a drool-worthy sweet made with simple ingredients. Thin layers of phyllo (filo) dough lend a delightful crunch to complement the sweetness of the fruit.
That soft pretzel stand at the mall lures me in every time. Who knew soft pretzels could be so easy to make at home? With this recipe, just a quick knead is required and zero rising time. If you like the generic variety, simply sprinkle them with coarse salt before […]
Who doesn’t love apples? These easy apple tarts begin with versatile store-bought puff pastry, which is readily available in the refrigerated section of most markets. Fast and easy to make.
Who doesn’t love the combination of peanut butter and chocolate? It’s no wonder that peanut butter cups are at the top of the majority of candy wish lists. Peanut butter cookies are a fond childhood memory, and chocolate brownies are a girl’s best friend. Roll all three into a cookie bar, and it’s heaven in your mouth.
Fruit Croissant Bread Pudding is a variation of an old-fashioned dessert that still rings true. As you may have surmised, this version uses rich croissants instead of bread. Fresh or frozen mixed fruit works beautifully, so you can make this year-round and not depend upon the season. Put it together the night before, if you wish, and bake the next day.