No Bake Avocado Pie

Traditionally every year I would try out a new pie recipe. This year I did the same however I know not everyone celebrates Pi Day. I decided to merge two holidays together Pi Day and St Patricks Day. A green pie that tricks your taste buds. Start by making a graham cracker crust. (or buy…

Eggnog Chia Pudding

This is a super easy pudding recipe that you can enjoy on your holiday. If you have some extra eggnog and Chia seeds then you are all set. This is best made the night before because you will need to let the Chia seeds soak in the egg nog. For 1 cup of liquid add…

Gingerbread Cookies

I love the spicy crispness of ginger cookies. Its a perfect blend of spices that warms your palate on cold winter days. Here is an easy gingerbread cookie recipe that can be used for making gingerbread houses or gingerbread cookies. In a large bowl cream the 1/2 cup butter, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup…

Dutch Apple Galette

A galette is a free form pie. It is rustic and organic. Perfect for someone who does not own a pie tray and doesn’t want to purchase a disposable one. This galette is a mash up of a dutch apple pie and a galette. A perfect combo for people who love crumbles and pies. Its…

Pumpkin Cheesecake

What’s better than pumpkin pie? A pumpkin cheesecake!! If you love pumpkin pie and cheesecake, this is the best of both worlds! In a mixing bowl, add 2 packages (8oz) of cream cheese, 1/2 cup granulated sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Beat in the two eggs and mix well. Split the mixture into two….

Meatloaf Wellington Pumpkins

For Halloween, I decided to make meatloaf wellingtons. They are great for parties because you can make them for individuals or shared amongst couples. They are also easy to make but looks fancy. Begin by boiling your eggs until they are hard-boiled. I find that it takes about 9 minutes to get a nice hard-boiled…

Salted Cherry Blossoms

It was recently cherry blossom season and I had been wanting to salt them for many years. I usually end up missing the chance to forage for them and by the time I think of it, the season is over. This year I was able to get my hands on a handful of blossoms. Since…

Pineapple Tarts

There are different versions of pineapple tarts all over Asia. You can see tarts in the form of cookies, squares, or rolls. Some people even make them look like pineapples. Overall pineapple tarts are tasty and pretty simple to make. Start by making the pineapple jam filling. You will need 3 cans of pineapple. I…

Panetonne French Toast Casserole

Every Christmas we get a Panetonne, either as a gift or buy one on our own. Every year I love it but also realize how huge the loaf is. If you have never had a Panetonne, it is an Italian cake filled with citrus and raisins. It is buttery and soft and yummy. Usually I…

Overnight Sourdough Focaccia

Sourdough is such a needy beast. With its weekly feedings and then its discard, it drives be insane but I love it. Here is a fun recipe for overnight sourdough focaccia. Start by making sure your sourdough starter is well fed and ready to be used. I like to ensure my starter is nice and…