Molly Hawks-Fagnoni and husband, Michael Fagnoni, co-owners and chefs at Hawks in Granita Bay, Ca, love their homemade brioche so much that they created this dessert for it. They start with a layer of ethereal lemon cream, top it with a toasty slice of the brioche, then dollop it with whipped cream. The finishing touch is tart, juicy blackberries in rosemary-vanilla syrup. Food & Wine Magazine, August 2008. (About 2 hrs cooling time)
Does your morning bagel need a fall makeover? Do you crave pumpkin cheesecake but don’t need the extra 1000 calories? Do you like quick and easy recipes that taste really, really good? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you’ll love this Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Spread!
A moist, flavorful coffeecake that has a beautiful presentation. My co-workers BEG for it! :) (Please don't be alarmed by the long list of ingredients - I found that these are common ingredients I normally have on hand!) From clabbergirl.com.
An easy version of what my Mother always called "Christmas Morning Wife Saver". Easy to prepare and cooks just long enough for the kids to open their presents. I like to serve it in the evening as a psuedo quiche. The addition of sage to the ground turkey makes it taste a lot like a sage sausage.
I had some leftover pumpkin I needed to use up so I made these. They turned out so good I had to share! Original recipe from Nestle but I tweaked it a little to suit my tastes and the ingredients I had on hand.
Heres a new look at an old favorite. Yumm. I used 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/3 tsp of nutmeg, 1/2 a cup of brown sugar and a really good handful of raisins (not originally ask for at all). After all, isn't it the good stuff in the middle that makes a cinnamon bun?
A delicious breakfast treat! I love oatmeal so much, especially baked, and I had some canned pumpkin lying around waiting to be used, so I figured.. why not?! I do not use raisins, but I'm sure this would also be delicious with some raisins or pecans in the mix. Also, as far as the spices, I really just throw them in, so adjust to your liking!
I'm not sure where I got this recipe, but it was hand written on a napkin and kept in my recipes. I do remember however, that it is one of the healthiest muffins as it was tucked in my low-calorie baking section. I recently found this again and had to make them over the weekend. OMG, looks like a lot of ingredients, but the texture and tastes was wonderful. A crumbly streusel topping made with a small amount of butter provides a delicious finish. No wonder I kept the recipe. I had to post of Zaar so I wouldn't lose that napkin again.