Serve this with Toffee Sauce (recipe follows) and a dollop of whipped cream. This recipe comes from a restaurant in New Hampshire Caffe Umbra and Bon Appetite Magazine. Cooking time reflects time to cool.
I love blueberries and Blueberry Buckle is a favorite for sure! Be sure to serve fresh from the oven with ice cream or whipped cream. Allowed to cool over 12 hours, the buckle will become mushy. Note: If using frozen berries, be sure to use them frozen, not defrosted. I discovered this recipe at King Arthur's Flour.
To satisfy your peanut butter cravings, give these wonderful peanut butter cupcakes a try! Feel free to add semi-sweet chocolate chips or chopped up Reese' Peanut Butter Cups and/or top with your favorite chocolate frosting to make it your own! I discovered this recipe on Allrecipes.
This is a decadent chocolate bread pudding recipe using day old croissants for an unbeatable richness. To make ahead: bread pudding can be refrigerated over night and rewarmed before serving. I discovered this recipe in Food and Wine magazine.
This light and delicate square layer chocolate cake is loaded with an ultra creamy milk chocolate icing. Be sure to use cake flour, not all-purpose, to give your cake its delicate texture. Instead of slicing into squares, I prefer to slice vertically down the center, then cut slices horizontally about 1 inch apiece. I found this recipe in Food an Wine magazine. Cook time also reflects cooling time.
Traditionally French Custard, this super silky milk chocolate version from pastry Chef Frank Urso In Philadelphia is a decadent treat. I discovered this recipe in Food and Wine Magazine. Cook time reflects time to chill in the refrigerator.
If you have an over abundance of fresh garden tomatoes, you may want to give this wonderful recipe from Gourmet Magazine a try! Best the day it is made, however you can prepare this recipe one day ahead if you like (covered after cooling and refrigerate). See cook's note at bottom of directions.
Sound a little peculiar ? You won't think so once you taste this creamy lime beverage made of lime sherbet and evaporated milk. Add as much tequila to your taste, or eliminate completely for younger individuals. Cheers!
This recipe came to be because blueberries and peaches are in season during the same time. You can make substitutions of pears, apples or apricots for the peaches and the blueberries if preferred. I hope you will enjoy this dessert from Legal Seafood.
This recipe of Crab Louis comes from Legal Seafood. This is not only a delicious way to serve crab, but also a very simple way to serve it. Be sure to squeeze the lemon juice over the avocado to keep it from darkening.