This has to be one of the easiest brownie recipes ever. If you’re needing a quick, no-mess, Valentine’s Day dessert you may want to whip up a batch of these brownies.
I like to make this super easy and comforting version of a traditional English bread and butter pudding. If you don’t have apricot jam just use any jam that you may have on hand.
I like to make Pumpkin Cheesecake because it is a nice alternative to the traditional pumpkin pie.
I often purchase a large number of cranberries when I’m at my house on Martha’s Vineyard. This year is no exception. I make cranberry sauce, of course, but like to use these Massachusetts cranberries in other ways as well. This crisp is delicious and changes holiday desserts up a bit. A small scoop of vanilla ice cream makes a great accompaniment.
For a simple, but sublime dessert, infuse in-season pears with wine. Serve poached pears with berries, pistachios or mascarpone.
I had plenty of leftover bread that I didn’t want to throw away and had a few “just picked” pears so I decided to make a delicious bread pudding. I made this bread pudding yesterday and the house still smells divine.
Pears are a wonderful early autumn crop and the flavor of a perfectly ripe pear is sublime. Don’t be deterred by making this recipe because the puff pastry. I love this recipe because it’s easy to make and yields impressive results.