Summer baking at it’s best. Juicy and ripe red plums are just waiting to give you a beautiful summer dessert.
I often make these free-form galettes with whatever fruit that I have sitting around. If you have other berries that you’d like to use then go right ahead.
This is a rather tart, but refreshing pie. I just used a single crust, but you may use a double as directed in this recipe.
Lemonade Pie is the perfect summer dessert. It’s so easy to make and is loaded with a sweet & tart citrus flavor. Frozen lemonade is one of the secrets to this pie’s fast and creamy filling.
This tangy French tart can be served on its own or accented with fresh berries. Be sure to make a high pastry rim to contain all of the delicious filling.
Bakers start your ovens! It’s holiday baking time and let’s kick off the season with my Yorkshire mother-in-law’s mini mince pie recipe. Mary isn’t with us anymore, but her delicious recipe lives on. I’m honored to share with you such a treasured recipe.
Mincemeat is especially nice to have on hand for adding a remarkable depth to fruited pie fillings. I also like to use it as a filling for crepes, and sometimes incorporate several tablespoons into a stuffing for the holiday turkey. Jarred, this mincemeat has a lifespan of about a year in the refrigerator of course. Dried Fruit & Spice Mincemeat makes a nice hostess gift for a friend who likes to cook.
Pilgrims ate baked goods with almost every meal and apple pie was a favorite. The pilgrims brought many of their favorite fruits with them to North America. Colonists brought young apple trees from England and planted apple orchards. Pilgrim women used the apples to make apple pie, which quickly became a favorite dessert. Pilgrims even ate apple pie for breakfast.
You can buy Pumpkin Pie Spice, but it's so easy to make yourself. Whip up a big batch to use all holiday season long.