Coconut Cashew Baklava ~Bittersweet

Towering stacks of gossamer-thin pastry, impossibly crisp and glistening with sticky syrup gleam from within bakery cases across the globe. Though typically full to bursting with crisp walnuts and warm spices, baklava is no stranger to alternative approaches. Considering the fact that it’s been at the mercy of creative bakers for centuries, this well-loved treat […]…

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Maple Banana Creme Brulee: The Perfect Winter Dessert ~The Vogue Chef

Perfect for après ski, après fondue…or just about anything. Crème Brûlée is my favorite dessert because it is simple, elegant, and delicious. Furthermore, it gives you a leg up from all the other guys in the room…and you get to use a butane hand torch! This one is slightly different from the traditional vanilla […] via…

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Bacon, Beer & Pecan Toffee Sundaes ~CookingWithAuntJuju

Ice Cream in the winter? Sure if the toppings are bacon bits, toasted pecans and a smooth and delicious bacon infused toffee sauce. Oh, and then there is the stout beer infused with vanilla beans and a sprinkling of sea salt to finish. This is definitely not part of my New Year’s resolution diet but…

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Salted Caramel Apple Pie Cheesecake Bars-Reprize

I get asked for this recipe often! So I decided to post an encore of  these luscious, creamy, lightly spiced, appley bars with a salted twist. They are a fine fusion of apple pie and delectable cheesecake–sure to satisfy the sweet tooth and your craving for both. Everywhere you turn foodies near and far are…

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Simply tiramisu

Originally posted on Kate cooks things:
I don’t know about you, but I’m a sweet addict. Maybe not all the time, but when I do, there is nothing which stands in the way between me and a cake or a bar of chocolate. The Germans have a perfect word for such people as me, Naschkatze,…

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Pumpkin Chocolate Brownies — Bead Yarn & Spatula

I came across this brownie recipe in a recent issue of People magazine. At first it sounded great, but, then I started to make them and I began to question them due to the vast amount of ingredients. In one bowl I sifted together flour, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and salt. In another bowl I combined…

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Apple Pie Egg Rolls with Salted Caramel Sauce — An Inspired Cook

Way back in 2011 I posted “Dessert Egg Rolls” which became on of my most popular desserts. I hope these apple pie egg rolls will be a big hit too. I made them individually so they are always hot and crisp. Paired with salted caramel sauce to dip or drizzle over top makes them even…

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Cranberry, orange and white chocolate bundt cake  — Absolutely Muffin

A very happy (and belated) Christmas to you all! After a few days rest and some much needed family time, I’m very excited to be sharing the recipe for this incredibly delicious bundt cake which I made for a festive dinner party. I know you’re probably sick of cake if your festive eating habits […] via…

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Tart Tatin

With it being the end of October and all, I am hoping to put out a few recipes that are a classic twist on our beloved Thanksgiving recipes! And so the tart that I am showing you today is a type of apple tart that can be used as a twist of the apple pie.…

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Cherry Dumplings

Originally posted on Recipes by chefkreso:
At the first mention of dumplings you all, or at least most of you, must be thinking of Chinese dumplings filled with meat or vegetables dipped in Soy sauce or Sichuan sauce… this time that’s not the case, not saying that I don’t love Asian dumplings, because I’m a…

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