This delicious cranberry curd is made with only 4 ingredients including fresh cranberries. I love adding it on pancakes, scones, ice cream, or even use it as a pie or tart filling! It’s a wonderful seasonal treat that you will enjoy! It’s definitely cranberry season. Beautiful red berries that are most often used as a… Continue reading →
One more dish for Thanksgiving… I originally posted this 3 years ago – but for anyone looking for a quick, easy holiday dessert this is it. As everyone knows, I don’t do pie crusts, therefor no pies. But I’m very inventive at finding easy substitutions. A word of warning about this clafoutis: cranberries are tart, ... Continue reading...
This Lemon Cranberry Meringue Pie tastes as good as it looks. Three beautiful layers of sweet, tart and fluffy delicious pie!
A sweet and tart pie with a hint of orange zest and all the yummy spice. Perfect for the holidays!
Inspired by the awesome cornmeal lard pie crust from Local Milk + invaluable lessons in baking from Cannelle & Vanille
Orange Cranberry Scones use Fiori di Sicilia for orange-vanilla flavor, dried cranberries for sweet-tart contrast, & glaze just for fun. Yum!Adapted from Ratios
This 6-Inch Pumpkin Pie with Cranberry Whipped Cream features an all-butter flaky pie crust with a velvety and perfectly spiced pumpkin pie filling. Finish the pumpkin pie with a sweet and tart Cranberry Whipped Cream. A beautiful holiday dessert for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Treacle Tarts have a lovely buttery flavor with a hint of citrus and a texture similar to Pecan Pie, and these mini tarts are perfect for portion control. Harry Potter loved them, and so will you!Adapted from Saveur
A quick and easy recipe for this rustic pear almond pie (for a 22-25 cm diameter pie 10-12 portions)
This crustless zucchini pie is the perfect lunch for a sunny day in the garden. The recipe originally comes from a friend in Crete. It’s both easy, and a great way to use up the glut of courgettes we seem to enjoy every July and August! Accompanied by a side salad (and maybe a chilled glass of white wine!), this courgette tart is so savoury and satisfying. The feta, parmesan and eggs give it that cheesey, almost quiche-like consistency, whilst the grated courgette/zucchini and the fresh herbs give it a real green vibrancy and fresh taste. Since it’s without a crust, it’s a really healthy, light option too. I’ve even been known to wrap the whole thing in tin foil and take it to the park for a picnic - and you can be sure that none ever comes back!
This easy and delicious shortcrust pastry can serve as the base for savory pies and tarts, and it's a great way to use sourdough starter discard!
I was CONVINCED for years that I hated lemon pie until I actually tasted it a couple years ago… It kinda blew my mind. I love it but I always find the store-bought ones too sweet and it ruins it for the most part.
The perfect way to entertain in style! Fabulously quick, easy, and impressive!
One of my favorite fall and winter flavor combinations spice up these gluten free scones. Our Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Scones are allergy friendly and perfect for holiday brunch or breakfast. These scones are dairy free, peanut free, vegan, and easy to make!Gluten free, vegan; Free of: peanuts, eggs, dairy, soy, based on choice of ingredients
Our dairy free and gluten free Pumpkin Spice Pancakes combine the slight sweetness of brown sugar with the warmth of pumpkin pie spice. Top this with melty dairy free butter and maple syrup for the perfect fall breakfast!Makes 12-14, 4-inch pancakesGluten free, vegan; Free of: dairy, eggs, soy, tree nuts, peanuts based on our ingredients
Fresh cranberries add a sweet-tart brightness to this orange-scented bread. Top it with cinnamon streusel & orange glaze for a real treat!Adapted from Sally's Baking Addiction
Butterscotch Sauce is quick & easy to make with only five common ingredients. Richly flavored, it's great poured on ice cream, drizzled on fruit pies & tarts, and stirred into whipped cream. So much better than store bought sauce!Adapted from Just a Taste
I like to make a good old spinach pie, a Spanakopita, but this mixes up that old favourite into something new. The perfect picnic piece, this tart is savoury and moreish, lightening the flavour of cooked spinach with lemon and herbs, and setting it inside a buttery, flaky pastry case. Something like a British quiche, I love the combination of eggy, cheesey spinach-rich filling with the shortcrust pastry edge. I use aromatic dill and zesty lemon to bring a real feeling of summer sun to the recipe, and the addition of feta, ricotta and cream cheese, alongside pine nuts, just ensures a rich, nutty and satisfying mouthful. It’s perfect for lunch in the garden, with a simple side salad, and also works perfectly as a slightly special picnic or packed lunch.
A slice of this pairs beautifully with a coffee. It is moist, light, and bursting with sweet and tart flavors in each mouthful.
These Cranberry Orange scones are tender, buttery and filled with fresh cranberries and zesty orange. A delicious orange drizzle tops these scones off making them truly irresistible!