Want to switch up a classic sugar cookie? Add in some brown sugar and citrus. The result? These brown sugar citrus cookies.
Big fan of kumquats? Not even sure what they really are? If you like oranges, and pretty much any citrus fruits, you’ll be pretty happy with this ricotta cake with kumquat marmalade.
Baking in the winter with fresh produce isn’t always as easy as it is in the summer. The summer is overly generous when it comes to stone fruit and berries. When it comes to winter, it isn’t as easy. The one exception to that rule? Citrus fruits, specifically blood oranges and these blood orange citrus bars.
Refreshing is not normally a word I would use to describe a cake, but that is the best way to describe this iced blueberry lemon pound cake.
Love bakery-style muffins? These giant bakery-style blueberry muffins are like little individual cakes for breakfast.
Happy Passover! Just because it is Passover and flour isn’t in the picture doesn’t mean you have to skimp when it comes to dessert.
It’s time to change the rule and make cake acceptable for breakfast. At least for this lemon poppy seed yogurt cake. Since there’s yogurt in the cake, it’s basically the same thing, right?
Happy first day of spring! I’ve got the perfect treat to celebrate the return of the warm weather with these Oreo blondies with chocolate eggs!
Rice Krispie treats don’t really need any improvements. However, you might think twice about eating plain rice krispie treats after trying these espresso rice krispie treats with Baileys Irish Cream.
St. Partrick’s Day is right around the corner and if you are more interested in eating your calories, rather than drinking them, you’re going to want to make these Baileys double chocolate chip cookies.
Food mashups can be a big swing. Sometimes they work and sometimes, they are best to be left along. This rice pudding cake though? Definitely a mashup worth trying.
Hello Canada, why have you been hiding these no-bake Nanaimo bars for so long! If you’re like me and haven’t heard of Nanaimo Bars, get ready for them to quickly become your favorite no-bake dessert.