Start with our basic sugar cookie recipe and then go to town decorating your hearts with colorful royal icing, chocolate, orange glaze, and jelly.
You can eat this lovely cookie while it
it’s still warm and gooey or let it cool completely and then slice.
Brownies you know and love, just in a fun, thin format!
Kuzu (or kudzu) is a flavorless white powder that thickens similar to cornstarch or arrowroot. This 2-ingredient pudding is healing, soothing and delicious.
Have you ever had a hankering for a cup of hot cocoa but didn’t have any hot cocoa mix? If you have basic baking supplies in your pantry, you can make a hot cup from scratch using baking cocoa, sugar, and the milk of your choice.
Use whole wheat pastry flour to make these delicious sugar cookies.
If you’re craving a good peanut butter cookie, this is the one to try. You can make these without the chocolate drizzle if you want.
These blintzes can serve as a dessert or as a delightful breakfast.
These cookies are full of molasses and spicy, gingery goodness.
When glorious tangerines are in season, buy some and make these bars. The creamy ricotta filling is laced with fragrant tangerine zest and tangy juice for a lively winter dessert.