Limoncello Ice Cream is incredible, and silky smooth because of the impact of the alcohol from the Limoncello. As it turns out, the addition of alcohol to the ice cream mixture lowers the freezing point. This retards the formation of ice crystals that sometimes plague homemade ice cream.
If you like strawberries and ice cream, you will absolutely love this delicious strawberry ice cream. It’s easy to make, and awesome to eat.
Coeur à la Crème with Grand Marnier Raspberry Sauce is an elegant dessert to serve for Valentine’s Day. This classic dessert (French for heart of cream) is quite easy to prepare, but amazing in its presentation and taste.
Homemade Chocolate Ice Cream is a perfect treat for the hot summer says, and is easy to make. It’s cool, refreshing, and creamy. Who could ask for more?
I recently purchased a WaffleCone Express. I hadn’t really intended to use it for making waffle cones, but rather to try my hand at Stroopwafels.
For some time, I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making push pop cakes. I’ve had the containers, acrylic stand, and Wilton mini-whoopie pie pan (all ordered from Amazon.com) for some time. Since yesterday was Halloween, I thought “what better time than now to experiment!”
I had some Granny Smith apples that needed to be used, so I decided to make Julia Child’s Tarte Normande aux Pommes, a.k.a. Custard Apple Tart from Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Unlike many desserts, this tart is not overly sweet. It is, however, quite delicious!
Crème Caramel is one of Chris’ all time favorite desserts. It is both elegant and delicious – a silky sweet baked custard topped with a golden caramel. Crème Caramel, however, is surprisingly simple to make.
The other day, I made Duchess Potatoes that called for two egg yolks. Rather than throw the egg whites away, I decided to experiment with Meringue Shells, which I’ve been making for some time.