Julia Child's Orange and Almond Sponge Cake via Cupcakes
Strawberries and Cream Muffins
Almond Butter Pudding Cups
Spicy Chai Latte Cake or Cupcakes
Spicy Chai Latte Frosting
Elvie's Berry Best Cupcakes
Spuds Sweet Delight Cupcake
Chocolate Chip & Cookie Cheesecake
Peanut Butter and Maple Ice Cream
Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Sour Cream Cake
Pumpkin CheesecakeMy mom found this recipe in her local newspaper several years ago. Its a favorite around the holidays. Tip: When you go to place your cheesecake in the oven, put a cooling rack in a shallow pan (such as a cookie sheet). Put the cheesecake on the rack and pour 2 cups of water in the shallow pan. Make sure the water doesnt touch the bottom of your springform pan. Adding this water will help prevent the cheesecake top from cracking.
Eggnog KringlaI had to think of a cookie recipe for the BakeSpace Challenge. Since my family doesn't have any traditional cookies that we bake every year, I decided to find a recipe that originates from the country my grandfather came from...Norway.
Julia Child's Orange and Almond Sponge Cake via CupcakesAka Gateau A L'Orange Et Aux Amandes. I was looking for something to make to put some extra cream cheese frosting on. I happened to have all the ingredients. Julia's recipe is for a sponge cake but I didn't want to ice a whole cake...thus the cupcake version was set in motion. For the pulverized almonds in this recipe put a cup of almonds in the food processor along with several tablespoons of sugar (this keeps the almonds from getting all lumpy from the oils thus preventing you from adding them to your dry ingredients). Turn on the food processor and "blend" until....well.....until the almonds are thoroughly pulverized I s'pose
Strawberries and Cream MuffinsI just have to say that these could quite possibly be the most perfect muffin I've ever tasted. Light, moist, and with a surprise inside
Almond Butter Pudding CupsThis is a recipe I came up with for the Archway Cookie Sweet Summer Treats Contest. Using Archway Classic Oatmeal Cookies makes a wonderful base for a cookie crust. I lined the inside of the crust with chocolate to prevent the crust from getting soggy with the Almond Butter pudding that I filled them with.
Spicy Chai Latte Cake or CupcakesThis recipe is a result of a request and a discovery of a spicy chai latte mix that can be found at Trader Joes. Simple, and incredibly good! Moist but not too sweet. The perfect holiday dessert.
Pomegranate CheesecakeThis was the dessert I made for my Pom Wonderful Dinner Party. If you're a cheesecake fan and you enjoy pomegranates, this is the dessert for you.
Elvie's Berry Best CupcakesMy grandmother use to make this for Sunday Dinner and it was a family favorite. Her version was in cake form, which you can certainly do. Just change up the cooking time according to the cake box recipe. It's very moist and very strawberry!
Spuds Sweet Delight CupcakeI wanted something a little fun, a little different, and reflective of the season for Cupcake Camp LA 2010. It's a sweet potato cupcake with a maple, brown sugar icing.
Chocolate Chip & Cookie CheesecakeThis cake is a combo of two cheesecake recipes from Taste of Home. My daughter couldn't make up her mind about which one she wanted as her birthday cake and asked me to combine them. Her birthday wish is my command.....
Peanut Butter and Maple Ice CreamThe combination of peanut butter and maple is one of my favorites. I don't know why I didn't think of making this into an ice cream sooner!
Chocolate JumblesIf you want to eat something sweet that makes your taste buds sing like an angel and all your senses and awareness of space and time are focused on the flavors dancing on your tongue....then these are the cookies for you.
Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Sour Cream CakeWhen I first saw this recipe it not only impressed my mental senses but made my mouth water and instantly became a "need"....."must have"......"craving".
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A collection of some (but not all) of my favorite soups. One of the things I love about soup is the versatility and forgiveness. As long as you have a good broth as your base, everything else is just icing on the cake. Mix and match, alter and adjust. The broth is your canvas. Bring it to life with your ingredients. And just to get you started, please enjoy the recipes I've brought together for you.
Some of my favorite desserts are here. You'll find recipes that I've collected from family and friends or that were just created from a desire to combine my favorite flavors. May you find joy in the kitchen as you prepare to delight your taste buds.