We first fell in love with Thai-style coconut rice pudding when we were at a restaurant in Edmonton, who served coconut rice pudding in chilled bowls with slices of mango. I love the more creamier style vs. a dry pudding.
My Dad loved oatmeal cookies, and although my mom wasn’t a stellar baker or cook, she made him oatmeal cookies. A lot of oatmeal cookies. This recipe makes for crispy oatmeal cookies. Funnily enough, it took me many many years
I had raspberries I wanted to use in muffins, and what goes better with raspberries than chocolate. I found a great recipe on Sally’s Baking Addiction site for raspberry chocolate muffins. I followed the instructions and I got the much
When I saw these on a facebook post from The View from Great Island, I knew immediately that I wanted to try making them. I adored the idea of polar bear cookies! These were my first gingerbread cookies (the traditional
I had quite a bit of fresh squeezed lemon juice to use up after zesting a bunch for cookies. So I went searching for recipes. Earlier this year, I had bought a small tin of lemon thins and really wanted
I’ve always been scared to try madeleines. They always gave the impression of being hard to do, in the way that fancy French desserts are wont to do. But with a birthday dinner for my mother and one of my
I don’t know how I came across this recipe for almond flour strawberry shortcake cake, but I’m glad I did. It was very easy to turn fully low carb with the substitution of Splenda for the sugar. I also changed
Another new Christmas treat for me. Bizarrely, I don’t think I’ve ever made fudge. Probably because it’s not my all-time desired sugar fix. But after struggling to get my caramels to work this year, and not feeling in the mood