These tasty Italian flatbreads will wow your guests.
Breads & Desserts
If a blueberry muffin and a honey bun had a baby, this would be it.
This recipe from a Boston restaurant is quick, easy, delicious, and gluten-free. Perfect for an after-school snack or for a weekend munchie attack.
This delicious combination of chocolate, cherries, and whipped cream makes a good impression with guests. It takes a little work but is worth it.
This is an easy to make recipe for traditional King Cake, using packaged crescent rolls.
Store-bought Oreos are delicious but these are even better with real flavors replacing the processed ones.
This is a quick and easy version of a classic Italian dessert called “Zuppa Inglese,” popular in Northern Italy.
These cookies have only three ingredients but taste great, better than store-bought versions.
The long list of ingredients on bread products in a store is frightening. That’s one reason to make your own. Taste is another.
This is magic. In just a minute you can be eating a light, fluffy, chocolate cake.
This sweet treat makes a good gift too. And it only takes about 30 minutes to make.
Oh, sweet custard! I first had this dessert in the village of Oia (pronounced ee-ah) on the island of Santorini in Greece (shown above) and had to get the recipe.
This could be an appetizer for many or a meal for six, served with a salad.
Don’t let the name fool you. This bread is not too sweet. It goes great with morning coffee or an after-dinner glass of red wine.