Flavored with orange zest and orange (or almond) liqueur, this incredibly tasty and moist — thanks to a generous amount of ricotta cheese — orange ricotta pound cake is the perfect treat, a particularly nice afternoon snack with a cup of tea, to have on hand this time of year. It would make a lovely gift as well.
From the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook, these sticky pecan caramel rolls, covered in rich caramel and pecans, are a definite crowd pleaser. Looking for a Labor Day Weekend morning treat? These are for you. A delectable recipe!
Containing no flour and leavened only by whipped egg whites, this chocolate almond torte is at once light, rich and moist. Ground almonds give it a wonderful texture throughout, and a splash of Grand Marnier flavors it subtly with orange. It is perfectly sweet, and when it bakes, that most-delicious, brownie-like, paper-thin crust forms on the top-most layer. It is every bit elegant the finale of a special occasion should be, Valentine's Day or otherwise.
Not too sweet, festively studded with cranberries, this cranberry breakfast cake will be wonderful on Christmas morning. Best of all, you can make the batter the night before and bake the cake in the morning.
This lemon cake is so incredibly moist — I know! Sorry. But there's no other word, is there? — and delicious and perfectly sweet and lemony. For me, it doesn't get much better than a lemon loaf cake, and this one is about as ideal as can be.
Amazing buttermilk blueberry scones. Buttery. Flaky. Crispy on top. Not too sweet. Lemony. Blueberry-y. Delicious. When you live hundreds of miles from Tartine, this recipe's a good one to know. If you've never had a scone before, start with these.
I love this babka hybrid — can't stop eating it! — and as soon as I finish off the remaining loaf on my counter, I am locking up all of my flours and leavening agents and chocolate, and I am putting an end to this baking spree once and for all!