Tartine’s Apple Crisp

Tartine has become my bread bible. But when going through their book, I came across this really interesting apple crisp recipe. Usually, my apple crisp has a light, crumbly sort of topping. This one has almost a batter on top of the apples which crisps up and tastes so amazing. Tartine’s Apple Crisp (Recipe from…

Funnel Cakes

We first had funnel cakes at Epcot Center in Disney World. We were hooked ever since. When we came home, I had to find a good recipe for that. These are delicious and crisp and sweet and light. Funnel Cakes (original recipe from Saveur’s Tippaleipä, a Finnish funnel cake) 2 tbsp sugar 1 tsp salt…

X’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

This is one of those recipes that I’ve asked for a dozen times but never got. And then I did this person a favour and they gave it to me as a gift! 🙂 I’m seriously amazed at how people guard their recipes so carefully! I mean, really! Why?? No one reads this blog anyway,…

Ponchiki: Russian donut holes

Ponchiki are light, soft donuts which are made with farmer’s cheese (or ricotta), and very little flour. The outside is crispy and delicious and the interior is soft and billowy. My friend said they tasted like mini beignets. Betcha can’t eat just one! 🙂 Ponchiki (Recipe adapted from Olga’s Flavor Factory – one of the…

Molten Chocolate Cake

Make this today. Really. Just read the recipe, go to your kitchen and make this cake. And an hour later you’ll be enjoying molten chocolate cake, warm out of the oven with some fabulous icecream (please remember to have icecream on hand!). This is truly the simplest chocolate cake I’ve made it was a huge…

Monkey Bread

Another easy lovely recipe from Saveur magazine – this one is a lovely recipe for you to do with the kids. Not much can go wrong and the kids will have a lovely time. This is one of those recipes where you know if you put in all this delicious decadent stuff, nothing can go…