Brighten your Easter season with this rich and moist Easter Surprise Lemon Bundt Cake. It feels like springtime, and tastes amazing under a layer of lemon glaze. Every piece is a surprise.
French Apple Cake is moist and flavorful with just the right amount of sweetness to counter the tart apples. With or without the scoop of the vanilla ice cream on the top, it tastes incredible.
Heart-shaped Red Velvet Madeleines with a lemon glaze are a perfect confection for Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s day was first associated with romantic love in Chaucer’s 14th century poetry about “Valentines.”
A classic pound cake recipe that is not too sweet, but buttery rich and delicious. It is the perfect recipe to make for an after dinner dessert, or afternoon snack.
Tired of the same old pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving? If so, you should definitely try this incredible Pumpkin Bundt Cake. It has the same characteristic flavor of a pumpkin pie, but will leave your family and guests saying “WOW”! What’s even better is that it’s easy to make, and can be made ahead of time…
Easy and fun to make, these Halloween push pops contain moist bites of carrot cake, layered with cream cheese frosting. The biggest problem with these adorable treats is that they’re so cute that people will initially be afraid to take one. Rest assured however, that the hesitation doesn’t last long!
Inspired by Dorie Greenspan, this amazing Double Apple Bundt Cake is super moist, with just the right amount of spices. It’s filled with fresh apples, apple butter, and toasted pecans, and baked to perfection. Serve it alone or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for an anytime dessert.
The Mardi Gras King Cake of New Orleans comes in a number of styles. The most traditional style is a ring of twisted cinnamon roll dough topped with icing. Then, it is decorated with purple, green, and gold sugar or sprinkles. As an added treat, the King Cake may be filled with cream cheese. Whatever the…
Today, I mentioned to the Master Taste Test Taster that I had some apples that needed to be used. His eyes immediately lit up with the thoughts of some sort of apple cake. Rather than make a repeat of one that I’ve done before, I decided to use a new recipe.
Last week, the Master Taste Tester bought a large bag of Granny Smith apples, and suggested that he wouldn’t mind my making something with them! I obliged by making him Dorie Greenspan’s Marie-Hélène’s Apple Cake recipe from Around My French Table. This didn’t use all of the apples though.