This delicious recipe comes from David Lebovitz, with a few minor alterations (http://www.davidlebovitz.com/sugarfree-choco/). Start this recipe the day before you want to serve it, so the custard can chill overnight in the refrigerator.
Stefin has a bunch of cookies she makes every Christmas, but there would be carnage at her house if she didn’t make at least one batch of these Almond Butter Blossom cookies. Enjoy!
This recipe makes use of delicious marionberries, found easily in the Pacific Northwest. If you can’t find any, substitute blackberries instead. You might recall in Episode 16 I admitted this pie didn’t set up when we sliced into it – remember to increase baking time if using frozen berries! Recipe adapted from the Anjou Balery […]
Stefin tackles her favorite dessert at home – Baklava! Recipes from Natasha’s Kitchen. Click here for recipe link: http://natashaskitchen.com/2014/12/21/baklava-recipe/
What better way to kick off pie month than with the 2016 American Pie Council Amateur Winner? We think you’ll enjoy the Totally Biscoff Pie and find it an easy way to venture into pie making. Recipe from Championship Winner Grace Thatcher of Delta, OH on American Pie Council website.
The bizcochito is New Mexico’s official State Cookie (also New Jersey, as it turns out.) Recipe from What’s Cooking America website. This recipe is introduced on Episode 27 and reviewed on Episode 28.
Cookies for breakfast? Why, yes! Andrea and Stefin love this recipe since all the ingredients were in their home, and the cookies are just as good on Day 5 as they were on Day 1. Recipe from Dorie’s Cookies, 2016, https://doriegreenspan.com/recipe/be-sweet-to-your-colleagues-with-cookiesandkindness-bake-and-share-breakfast-biscotti/ Note: Andrea substituted dried sour cherries for the cranberries.
Start your New Years’ right with these delicious, low-fat brownies with a secret ingredient – prunes! Recipe from Roberta Tripp at Allrecipes.com. Recipe link: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/11656/cant-tell-theyre-low-fat-brownies/
Stefin loves a quick and easy snack mix at the holidays! Credit to: Confessions of a Cookbook Queen (www.confessionsofacookbookqueen.com)
Falling into the category of ‘desperation pies’ or ‘pantry pies,’ we think you’ll easily find everything you need to bake this delicious brownie-like pie. Recipe from Christin at SpicySouthernKitchen.com