Your house will smell like a bakery, and you'll get that fresh bread taste. What more could you ask for?
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The herbs add a delicate crust, and the lemon keeps the chicken tender and bright. This is one of my favorites for weekend or weekday dinners when you want an abundance of comfort food, but you want it to basically make itself.
This is a fresh, easy, simple version of one of my favorites. This technically makes enough for two if it's an appetizer or snack, and if you don't mind sharing.
These are not your typical rolled cookie. First of all, as with everything I make, they're gluten free! Secondly, they have a secret ingredient. A very special one that makes them chewy and fluffy and light even when they're all crisped up.
These CAN be sized down, but why would you want less Whoopie Pie? Just kidding. This recipe can make 16 small pies, or 8 large ones.
I like my brownies to have a bit of fudge, but I don't want them too...what's the word, squishy? I want that crackle on the top. That kind of crumbly, corner piece effect. Given that, and their fudge-y interior, these brownies are one of my essentials!
This old fashioned candy is buttery, toasty and delicious.
This flourless chocolate torte is super decadent, and not for the faint of heart. It's fancy enough to impress, comes together easily and without much fuss, and travels and stores well. What more could you ask for?
The fresh berries add loads of flavor and keep them moist, and the honey cream glaze makes them into a decadent treat.
Delicious dark chocolate fudge, laced with homemade caramel and crystals of chunky sea salt.