If you’ve never made cobbler before, you’re really missing out. It’s a magical and underrated dessert, perfect for any occasion. It takes little time to prepare and is a great way to make use of all sorts of fresh seasonal fruit.
We’ve had zucchini growing non-stop this summer. I can’t even estimate how many pounds of zucchini we’ve harvested from our one small plant. We’ve sautéed it, roasted it, grilled it, added it to soups, stews and sauces and it still keeps growing. I’d been running out of ideas on what to make with it, when someone suggested I should bake some zucchini bread.
These raspberry chocolate brownies combine two of my favourite things – chocolate and raspberries! Better yet, they take less than 15 minutes to throw together, and the recipe can be easily halved. Although I’m not sure why you would ever want to consider making a smaller batch…
There’s nothing better than sitting around a campfire making s’mores. It’s a beautiful ritual – laying out the graham crackers and carefully balancing a perfect square of chocolate on top. Then the anticipation of slowly roasting a big marshmallow, rotating it carefully, close to the flames, watching and waiting until its perfectly golden on the outside and gooey on the inside.
Happy Pride Week Everyone! There have been loads of activities and events happening around Vancouver this week, and on Thursday, my company hosted a pride potluck lunch for all the staff in the office. For my contribution, I decided to make this massive six layer rainbow cake!
This week has been a hot one. I was out grocery shopping after work one day and I couldn’t resist making an impulse purchase of a big box of popsicles. I didn’t even wait until I was home before opening the box and eating one, hoping it would cool me down a bit on the walk.
This past week, the blueberries on my little blueberry bush have finally started to ripen. This is the first year we’ve gotten fruit off our little plant so I’ve been more excited than I probably should be about this phenomenon. To celebrate, I decided I should find a new blueberry-something recipe to try out.
When it comes to cake decorating, I’m all about embracing low effort, high impact techniques, and these hydrangea cupcakes definitely fall into that category. Using a very simple piping method, you can quickly and easily create these beautiful, blooming cupcakes!
The beauty of lemon curd is that it tastes amazing on almost anything. It’s delicious when used as a filling for cakes, but you can also use it as a filling for tarts, spread it on scones and pancakes, layer it in a parfait or trifle, or even have it as a topping on ice cream! The possibilities are endless.
Do you like chocolate? Do you like caramel? Do you like rice krispies? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re probably going to like these chocolate caramel rice krispies squares.