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 will help you get through the last days of winter.
This is an easy to make recipe for traditional King Cake, using packaged crescent rolls.
This is an amazing recipe from Boston chef Joanne Chang. 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.