This carrot cake recipe is my personal favorite carrot cake ever. It’s not too sweet, has an enormous depth of flavor, and the cream cheese frosting is to die for. Everyone who has tried this carrot cake has fawned over it, and you will definitely impress your friends/family if you make this carrot cake for… Continue reading Foolproof, Perfect Carrot Cake Recipe
Here is a basic pate brisee recipe that works for any recipe that calls for pie dough. This will yield 2 pie crusts — either enough for 1 double-crust pie or 2 single-crust pies. You can store any unused pie dough in the freezer wrapped in plastic wrap + stored in a Ziploc baggie, and… Continue reading Fundamentals: Easy Pie Crust Recipe
Do you like matcha? Do you like all-day baking projects? How about Mexican desserts & pastries? Then this is for you! This is a how-to guide for making conchas aka pan dulces at home. This matcha concha recipe is an innovative/inspired-by-Mexican food recipe. These matcha conchas are delicious with coffee in the morning or afternoon!
Since I pinpointed coffee as a trigger for my migraines, I have switched over to matcha as my morning wake-me-up beverage. However, getting an iced matcha latte at the coffee shop can cost up to $5 every day!!! Making iced matcha lattes is delicious, incredibly easy, and saves you money. Here’s a recipe for how… Continue reading A Homemade Iced Matcha Latte Recipe
If you’ve been with me a while, you might know my love of boxed cake mix. Who needs to weigh out every dry ingredient if someone has already done it for you!!! This coconut cake recipe uses a regular white cake mix and spruces it up with a lovely cream cheese frosting + optional lemon… Continue reading How to Make a Coconut Cake out of Boxed Cake Mix
This is my trusted brioche dough recipe I use again and again. This recipe yields about 2 1/2 lbs of raw brioche dough, enough for 1 regular sized (8-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ inches), two mini loaves, or about 2 dozen donuts. This basic brioche dough recipe can be taken and used for a brioche… Continue reading Sweet Brioche Dough – Recipe For All Your Brioche Neds
Here’s a recipe for fried zucchini blossoms, stuffed with brie cheese. You fry the zucchini blossoms in a light beer batter and either simply serve them with a little bit of flaky salt. This appetizer recipe is very elegant and fancy with extremely minimal effort.
If you ran out of powdered sugar, it is SO EASY to make it yourself. Just 1 cup of sugar + 1 tablespoon of corn starch. Throw in the Vitamix. blend. Done! Use in frosting, on marshmallows, icing, etc!
Here’s an incredibly easy recipe for making spicy noodles at home – easier than takeout and so, so good. Using chili oil, soy sauce – this spicy recipe is delicious and cures that spicy carby craving you might be having.
Here is a recipe for avocado-tomatillo salsa verde! This is honestly the easiest thing ever to make at home. I prefer a green, tomatillo salsa nearly all the time, and with avocado blended in, this salsa is like 1/3 of the way between a pure salsa verde and guacamole. It’s creamy, tangy and stays green… Continue reading Tomatillo Avocado Salsa
Here’s a recipe for completely homemade smores, down to making your own marshmallows and graham crackers. Making marshmallows at home is so much better than buying at the store if you have the time! Same with graham crackers — you get so much more honey flavor and nuttiness. You will be shocked at how delicious… Continue reading Homemade S’mores – Completely DIY