These lovely little buttery pecan cookies rolled in icing sugar are a classic easy-to-make cookie that you can find in many different parts of the world. (Here in Mexico they're known as Mexican wedding cakes.) I love them! Pair them with homemade icicle candies and you have a beautiful festive pair!
This Christmas treat is a family affair. Favorite dried fruits are soaked in a spiced and brandied sauce, then folded into a caramel-flavored nutty batter. Baked to perfection the finished cake is doused with whisky, dusted with sugar and served to a most appreciative family! Long live tradition!
In a romantic twist of fate that left Lynn and many others (including myself) feeling a little crushed, Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to tie the knot. (Hey - don't judge! Who wouldn't want to attach Princess to the beginning of their name?!)
Luckily, Lynn's "I'll Never Be A Princess Pies" are the perfect pick-me-up. These puff pastry hand pies are filled with cinnamon-sugared pears and cranberries and baked to royal perfection. Now just take a bite, close your eyes, and imagine you're at Buckingham Palace...
Dense and rich chocolate cake with raspberry filling, garnished with chocolate ganache, sliced almonds, and fresh juicy raspberries. Which part is my favorite? I can't even begin to try to figure it out - it's all so delicious!
There are chocolate people... and then there are chocolate mint people - you know who you are! These decadent chocolate butter cookies are delicious in their own right, but become absolutely divine with the addition of a swirl of chocolate mint.