Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Peanut Butter Bread French Toast

Well after making the wildly popular 1932 Depression-era Peanut Butter Bread I wanted to see what other recipes I could do. I like making multiple ingredients per key ingredient, so I already used this bread as a base for my just posted Quail Salad, but…

Butterfly Pea Flower Cupcakes

Butterfly Pea Flower Cupcakes

Continuing on with my trend of using Butterfly Pea Flowers for everything, I decided to create these butterfly pea flower cupcakes. Now, this isn’t my first foray into tea flavored cupcakes, just two months ago I made some Earl Grey Cupcakes with a blackberry mascarpone…

Cashew Butter Cookies

Cashew Butter Cookies

Everyone knows peanut butter cookies, but have you ever tried to make cashew butter cookies? I just did and can say that if you like cashew butter more than peanut butter, you’ll love the cashew butter cookies version as well. Now the great thing about…

Oreo Cheesecake Entremet Cakes

Oreo Cheesecake Entremet Cakes

The idea for these Oreo Cheesecake Entremet Cakes came about because I had so much filling left over from my Oreo Cheesecake Truffles.Those truffles were so good I decided to use the rest of the filling and make some beautiful entremet cakes. I’ve already done…

Chocolate Passionfruit Cake

Chocolate Passionfruit Cake

This chocolate passionfruit cake is rich and delicious. It actually came about because I had just so much passionfruit pulp leftover from making my Mango Passionfruit Entremet Cakes that used a passionfruit gelee for the center. This chocolate passionfruit cake can be made in a…

Oreo Cheesecake Truffles

Oreo Cheesecake Truffles

Making truffles is a great way to learn how to work with chocolate and candy. If you don’t have experience with chocolate work then truffles are a simple way to practice. After all, even if you mess up you’ll still be left with a misshapen…

Chocolate Hazelnut Tartlets

Chocolate Hazelnut Tartlets

Tarts or tartlets are some of my favorite things to make when having guests over. I think its partly because of how proper they look, but also because they are actually extremely easy. Especially so if you use store bought tart shells. Now, I’m not…

Blood Orange Cointreau Souffle

Blood Orange Cointreau Souffle

One of my favorite things about wintertime is that it is blood orange season. If you’ve never had one before it is actually quite similar to a regular naval orange, except the sweetness is a little more nuanced and there are hints of berry flavor.…

Blood Orange Crème Anglaise

Blood Orange Crème Anglaise

A Crème Anglaise is a type of pouring dessert cream, or thin custard. It is prevalent in many different desserts in France, even though it directly translates to Dessert Cream. Normally it is flavored with vanilla bean, but I decided to switch it up a…

Maple Syrup Souffle

Maple Syrup Souffle

This maple syrup souffle only needs four ingredients and comes out beautifully every time. I’ve been on a souffle kick recently (check my Cinnamon Banana Souffle), so always trying to figure out what flavors to do next. If you thought souffles are difficult, think again.…