Tender, flaky Blueberry White Chocolate Scones are topped with lemon icing for a trifecta of amazing flavors! They're perfect as a breakfast on the go, brunch, Mother's Day treat, a bake sale item, or served with tea or coffee!
If you think scones are dry, hard and better suited for use as a doorstop than an afternoon snack… then you haven’t tried these scones. These are flaky, tender, buttery, full of cherries and toasted pecans. They’re perfect for tea, or for brunch, or for anytime you want something delicious. They’re also easy — [...]
A wonderful lemon flavored scone recipe with just a hint of poppy seed. These scones go great with your morning cup of java!
Did you know that January is National Hot Tea Month? It makes sense since a hot cup of tea is the perfect warmer on a cold winter's day, so go ahead and brew one up! And since you're already having tea, you might as well make some scones to go with that cuppa. ;) Luckily, I have the ideal recipe for wintertime scones using seasonal ingredients that are so perfectly paired, it's a match made in foodie heaven. Blueberry buttermilk scones + a sweet Meyer lemon glaze = Yes, please.
This irresistible lemon olive oil cake is supremely tender with a slight crunch from cornmeal. It’s a FOOLPROOF tea cake with a bright lemon flavor that’s perfect for any occasion. The simple cake gets a triple dose of lemon flavor from lemon zest, lemon juice and a 2-ingredient lemon glaze (oh swoon). If you’d like, you can garnish the cake with baked lemon slices (see the recipe in the Notes below—they can be baked at the same time as the cake). The cake is so moist and tender that you don’t need anything with it, but if you want to gussy things up you can add a dollop of unsweetened whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Tender, delicious, GLUTEN-FREE scones? These lavender-lemon lovelies are just that.
Mother's Day Brunch Scone Recipe - learn to bake these easy savory scones for your tea party or mom breakfast in bed celebrations!
Easy Japanese steakhouse style Hibachi Chicken cooks up in just 10 minutes! This tasty chicken entree is made with tender pieces of chicken breast, sliced mushrooms, and a touch of butter and lemon juice!
A very classic cake but we can't get enough... Some things are classi for a reason! Lemon, poppy seeds, in a moist and generous cake. Tea time is about to look fancier.
Improv Cooking Challenge, Ginger, Turmeric, Coriander, Allspice, Tea, Agave, Lemon, Honey
Flaky pan seared halibut steaks with a creamy lemon dill white sauce...delish!
These amazing Breaded Stuffed Scallops are topped with a buttery breading of Panko, Parmesan cheese, garlic and lemon with a touch of bacon and chives to take them to the next level! The scallops are juicy and tender under the breaded topping that is baked to golden browned perfection!
Improv Cooking Challenge, Scones, Lemon, Lavender
A quick and easy light gluten-free Clafoutis baked custard dessert, with a blueberry and lemon twist to the French classic that's great for dessert, teatime or breakfast.
Whenever you want some quick appetizers, go for Chicken wings. But the problem is, most of the chicken wings are deep fried and if you are health conscious, then obviously it is not an option. So go for baked or grilled ones. They taste equally delicious and very easy to cook and also you can eat how many you want without any guilt. Also, if you are more health conscious, try to remove skin from the wings or use boneless skinless chicken pieces instead of wings for this recipe. These wings are great especially , if you have a large crowd, prepare your marinade in advance. You can even prepare it 3-4 days in advance, refrigerate and then just warm it up whenever required. But let me warn you !! Make extras, because , I am pretty sure, the moment you take them out of the oven, they will disappear. My own personnel experience. For marinade, you can also use ginger if you like the taste of it,but I skipped it. You can also go for Teriyaki Chicken Wings or Lemon Pepper chicken Wings if you like. But I personally like my wings to be hot with some sweetness too. So I used hot sauce , along with honey. So let's have a look at my step by step recipe of how to cook Chicken Wings.
Quick and easy cookies that are delicious using a strong mountain honey or Acacia honey that are particularly good with a pot of ginger Rooibos tea if you have a cold - or not!
If you like lemon and poppy seeds you'll love these lemon and raspberry chia seed muffins. They are so morish you'll find it hard to just eat one! The chia seeds give them a gorgeous crunchy texture and the lemon and raspberry are a classic combination.
This deliciously tender Grilled Haddock (with lemon cream sauce) is a wonderfully light and tangy way to enjoy this fabulous sustainable cod relative! The haddock has a slightly less dense meat than cod, but also a note of sweetness that combines superbly with my easy lemon cream sauce for white fish!!
This easy panko baked cod is a tasty combination of tender cod fillets breaded with buttery Panko breadcrumbs, Parmesan, and lemon zest! They're incredibly quick, wonderfully tasty, and a versatile part of easy weeknight family meals!