This recipe taught me something new: you can substitute avocado for butter. (Extra benefit: "avocado is very healthy and can lower cholesterol.") Plus, I'm sure it's a great addition to the cream cheese that also shows up in this cookie batter! These cookies are adorable and delicious!
Imagine a soft yeast dough filled with pockets of cheddar cheese and fresh herbs, all baked to warm perfection! Are you getting the picture? This savory loaf is right at home alongside all your winter favorites!
When Fran had a bowl of apples in her kitchen calling out for attention, she took them and transformed them into this lovely treat: "Tart apples and cranberries layered between subtly sweet pastry and drizzled with glaze..."
This is my dream cheesecake. A creamy cheesecake filling loaded with toasted almonds and coconut, a coconut graham cracker crust, and a smooth chocolate ganache to top the whole thing off! This is pure candy bar in cheesecake form.
Just a little bit of breakfast heaven to warm up your winter... Cherries and chocolate are an unbeatable combination, and with a touch of sour cream these muffins will make you stop and take time for breakfast!
This bread is the best of all worlds: quick, healthy, yummy. Erica uses whole wheat flour, buttermilk and maple syrup in her batter and then folds in "bits of butter mixed with cinnamon." The result is a bread that "tastes like a mixture of quick bread and cinnamon swirl bread," and is filled with "little pockets of buttery cinnamon goodness."
Looking for something different to bake using winter oranges and cranberries? Janna highly recommends these flavorful slice-and-bake cookies: "These cookies remind me of glazed scones. I can't get enough of them!"