This classic German dessert of "sweet apples encased in a thin, flaky dough" is all the sweeter because Erica and her grandmother made it together. Although the recipe stays in their family, her apple strudel is truly "a thing of beauty." Delicious fall inspiration for the rest of us!
About these brownies in the Chefs words, "This is an old fashioned brownie. Because of the air whipped into the first stage of this recipe, it comes out crunchy and chewy. To make these brownies even more decadent, add half a cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips. I can't eat a brownie without a nice scoop of vanilla ice cream, and you shouldn't either."
After a very challenging week I needed to restore positive thinking and I thought "what better than a recipe of the Italian tradition?" I knew I could not go wrong with this semolina cake. Happiness is back!
I'm a sucker for all bread - it's something I couldn't live without, and when fall rolls around pumpkin bread and cinnamon bread are always on the agenda. But, I've never thought to combine the two into one.
Enter Lisa, who scoured the web looking for a pumpkin cinnamon bread. When she wasn't able to find one, she improvised, and came up with this delicious, homemade yeast bread. She thinks it would make divine french toast, but "it's amazing enough just toasted with butter."
I have a big crush on these muffins. Pumpkin, apple, brown sugar, whole grains, pecans, cinnamon and spice, and a streusel topping are all the reasons why this wholesome and flavorful muffin is so swoon-worthy. And as Heather notes, "These super moist pumpkin muffins are the perfect fall treat... A perfect snack for the little ones too." Plus they're quick and easy to make. :)
I am all over this gorgeous tart. First of all, anything with blueberries *and* blackberries scores mega bonus points in my books, and since moving down to Mexico I have become a big fan of limes, so the lime curd filling in a buttery tart crust - well that just seals the deal!