Savory kalamata olives with Pecorino Romano cheese make a delicious souffle loaf side dish.
One of our all time favorites, this Sweet Potato Souffle is perfect for a holiday side dish; who needs marshmallows anyhow?
Cheese Blintz Soufflés with Blueberry Balsamic Sauce are a quick and easy variation on traditional cheese blintzes. Egg batter is layered with a cream cheese-cottage cheese filling in individual souffle dishes or ramekins, baked, then topped with an intensely flavored Blueberry Balsamic Sauce. The result is a delicious and impressive breakfast, brunch or lunch dish!
In many soufflé recipes, the contents rise taller than the dish they are baked in. Learn 5 easy steps to putting a collar on a soufflé dish here!
Adding gelatin to these Chilled Lemon Soufflés allows them to be prepared ahead of time, so no last minute whipping and folding to create this refreshing and impressive dessert! Note this recipe contains raw egg whites in the finished dish. Consuming raw egg may increase the risk of foodborne illness. If you prefer, cook the egg in 140-degree water for 3 minutes before using.
Light and airy Asparagus Soufflés are incredibly easy to prepare - no beating or folding of egg whites, no bechamel sauce prep. Everything goes into the food processor (or blender), and presto! you have an elegant and impressive asparagus side dish.
Brandied Sweet Potato Soufflé is a showstopper out of my mom's recipe files, that can be served as either a side dish or dessert. The flavor of the sweet potatoes is enhanced by roasting, then adding in brandy, milk, butter, nutmeg, lemon zest and eggs. The end result is the perfect amount of sweetness - with no added sugar!
Scrumptious Roasted Carrot Soufflé is full of buttery carrot flavor, with just the right amount of sweetness. It’s easy to prepare, too – just blend and bake! No beating or folding of egg whites required.
Light and airy, Convent Pie is basically a scrumptious cheese soufflé with pasta inside! Easy to prepare with readily available ingredients, it's great for brunch, lunch or a light dinner.
Cheese and Thyme Soufflé is a pure airy, fluffy bite into a cloud of cheese and a touch of thyme. You can use your favorite cheese, I wanted to try it with roquefort at first but then I finally we…
When you try this gluten free sweet potato souffle, you'll never look back! Smooth and creamy with a crunchy AND gooey topping, it's sure to please everyone. I've made it gluten free so no one has to miss out on this fabulous Thanksgiving casserole!!!
If a souffle and a brownie had a baby, this chocolate cloud cake would be it! It's as light and airy as a souffle, but with a crackly crust just like a brownie.
An impressive looking Triple Cheese Souffle Omelette is as good at impressing your friends as it is at keeping your blood sugars steady
This cake is rich, dense, and definitely very chocolatey. Made with a full pound of bittersweet chocolate, eggs, a little sugar and Amaretto, it is decadent and delicious! We love to serve it with raspberry coulis and a dollop of vanilla whipped cream.
While we were in Kentucky for Toby’s grandmother’s 80th birthday, we went to Virgil’s Cafe in Bellevue. The last time we ate there, I had a really fantastic cheeseburger. This time, the most memorable thing was a chocolate-bourbon torte. After about two bites, I started thinking about how I could make something similar. So when [...]
Since Valentine’s Day is creeping up on us, I thought I’d start my Super Bowl recipe sharing with these amazingly rich, fudgy (and gluten-free) chocolate cupcakes. Whether you decorate them like footballs or sprinkle them with hearts is up to you. The first thing you need to know about these cupcakes is that there is [...]
Espresso Stout Chocolate Soufflé Cake I spent the weekend driving a loop around the Pacific Northwest. From Portland, to Hood River, up the middle of Washington, through Leavenworth and Suncadia, over to the coast with a long drive down the 101. It was fantastic. Maybe it was the company, maybe it was how gorgeous Washington and Oregon…
Jump to recipeThese Breakfast Soufflé Bites are so quick to make, delicious, and fun to play with the toppings. Even better, you can make them ahead and freeze them to reheat on a busy morning. Yum Light, airy and packed with protein and a variety of nutrients, you don’t have to worry about what healthy… Continue reading →