Here is a keto cheesecake recipe that levels up what a keto cheesecake can be. Tarta de queso, known as gazta tarta in the Basque Region, is a cheesecake that is crustless, creamy, tender, and really amazing — it’s known as Burnt Basque Cheesecake here in the states. It’s also less sweet than the New York-style cheesecake.… Continue reading A Keto Burnt Basque Cheesecake Recipe
This matcha cream pie recipe is a custard pie upgraded with bright, grassy matcha blended in. Green tea lovers will love this matcha pie! While you can make this vanilla cream pie recipe without it, if you’re a matcha lover like I am, the addition of bright, grassy matcha makes this custard pie less cloyingly… Continue reading Matcha Custard Pie for My Green Tea Lovers
Tart tatins are easier than they look! This is a recipe for a pear tart tatin, but it could just as easily be with apples or quince. A pear tart tatin is a French pastry in which pears are cooked upside down in caramel, topped with pastry dough, and then flipped before serving.
This Meyer lemon pie is made with whole lemons in the blender, and with olive oil! Enjoy it during citrus season. This recipe for a blender lemon pie is understated and elegant. Use Meyer Lemons because they have a less-bitter rind.
This coconut flan with a coffee caramel is TO DIE FOR. I ate a quarter of it by myself immediately after taking pictures of it. Make this coconut flan with just a can of coconut milk, condensed milk, 1 egg and 1 tablespoon of gelatin, alongside a super simple coffee caramel. The caramel has espresso… Continue reading Coconut Milk Flan with Coffee Caramel
Here is a super easy, fail-proof recipe for strawberry pie. This pie sets up beautifully every time and anyone can make it! Make this at the first sight of strawberries come spring.
This recipe for an orange curd tart is like a lemon tart or lemon bars, but much more floral. It has a citrus-forward, tart-sweet flavor. While oranges are indeed available year-round, if you’re in the mood to celebrate winter citrus season, this is a fantastic winter dessert recipe that highlights oranges in an expected way.… Continue reading Orange Tart – A Citrus Tart Upgraded with Oranges
Here’s a recipe for a simple, rustic galette that you can use with any seasonal fruit you want. This apple galette is endlessly customizable and celebrates apples. If you are down to make toasted sugar, it’s really good with that — otherwise, use brown sugar!
Here’s a plum cobbler that really could be made with any fruit you want. This healthy fruit cobbler recipe is endlessly customizable and a good recipe to just have in your internal memory bank.
Here’s a recipe for a really decadent, easy to make, no-bake chocolate tart that requires NO BAKING. just mix and set! the base is made with Oreos, and the chocolate ganache is a simple mixture of cream and chocolate. top it with chocolate shavings + cherries on top to make it really special! This no-bake… Continue reading No-Bake Chocolate Tart – Just Mix and Set
Ever have a hankering for tiramisu but don’t want to make a giant casserole dish worth of it? This recipe is scaled down and is perfect 2-4 people. This small-batch tiramisu will still give you that pick-me-up you’re looking for, without having too many wasteful leftovers!
Pavlova is such a lovely play on texture and flavor, and when done well, is not cloyingly sweet. Here’s a recipe for how to make pavlova at home, and it’s the right amount to make pavlova for two people. Yum!
Here’s a recipe for a strawberry tart, with the pastry cream upgraded to have queso fresco in it. Queso fresco is a Mexican cheese, with a slightly salty undertone to it, that complements the sweet strawberries really well. This is a delicious and unexpected dessert recipe!
Here’s another rhubarb recipe from me, a certified rhubarb addict. blackberry and rhubarb plus almond paste is super delicious together. I definitely did not eat this for dinner all in one sitting. (i did!)
This is a rhubarb panna cotta tart that capitalizes on the joys of rhubarb and is the next one in my series of rhubarb recipes this spring. in my sprint to get as much out of rhubarb season, i devised this rhubarb panna cotta tart to balance the sweet-tart flavors of rhubarb with a creamy-rich… Continue reading Rhubarb panna cotta tart
This is a white chocolate tahini tart, made with swirls of dark chocolate and Maldon salt on top. Unlike most white chocolate desserts, it’s not overly sweet. This white chocolate tahini tart is a play on unexpected flavors – tahini, chocolate, and salt are unexpected best friends!
This ginger peach pie is a showstopper. While pie is definitely a project – don’t underestimate how long it takes to bake! – it’s so, so good. This ginger peach pie is a modern take on summery peach pie, and honestly can be made with either fresh peaches in the summer or frozen in the… Continue reading Ginger Peach Pie
Here is a recipe for a lemon meringue pie with mile-high meringue. Lemon meringue pie is in my top 3 favorite pies — after rhubarb and gooseberry (do i like tart things? apparently) — and this pie gets its name from its absurdly tall meringue topping. this pie will impress your significant other and is… Continue reading Lemon Meringue Pie with a Super Tall Meringue
This black sesame marble cheesecake is no-bake, gorgeous, and such an interesting play on flavors. Using black tahini, it adds a savory, nutty hint to the cheesecake that you just don’t normally come across. It comes together so quickly and is not too sweet, and perfect for warmer weather. This black sesame marble cheesecake is… Continue reading Black Sesame Marble Cheesecake