This rich, decadent caramel walnut tart is a wonderful addition to your holiday repertoire. It can be made well in advance to free you up for other activities like carving the turkey or trimming the tree!
If you are looking for a dessert other than pie for your Thanksgiving table this is a superb choice. The batter can be made in advance and then the steamed pumpkin puddings can bake while you are enjoying the turkey. A simple caramel sauce, whipped cream, and a bit of our cranberry jam makes for a lovely presentation that takes no time to assemble.
There is perhaps no other pastry that causes more frustration and heartache for bakers than pie – specifically the crust. I struggled for years to figure out why it was so difficult! Now I can pass some helpful hints on to you. This holiday pie primer is intended to help you improve your pie making skills this holiday season! There is a great deal of information here and links to other posts on this blog as well. Keep bakeitfab.com at your side and enjoy your holiday pie projects!
This recipe for sweet potato harvest rolls is posted by special request. One of the most popular items during the holidays at my bakery, these soft, fragrant yeast rolls are sure to be a welcome addition to your holiday table!
The holidays are fast approaching and making this colorful, tart jam helped me get in the spirit. Cranberry jam is quick to make and works as well at the breakfast table as it does at the dinner table.
Fall has arrived and, with it, an abundance of crisp, delicious apples. These apple almond buttermilk muffins are moist and fragrant – great for a simple breakfast or special enough to serve on Thanksgiving morning while watching the parade!
The Amalfi coast of Italy has some of the most fragrant, delicious lemons in the world as well as some of the best olive oil. These lemon olive oil shortbread cookies combine both to make an Italian treat you can’t stop eating!
Torta Caprese originated on the Isle of Capri just off the Amalfi Coast. There are many stories about the possibilities of its origin but one thing is certain – this moist, dense chocolate and almond cake is sure to please.
There are at least two versions of Torta Caprese, the traditional chocolate and almond version and the delicious lemon version known as Torta Caprese Bianca shown here. Limoncello is from the Amalfi coast, specifically Sorrento, and is used in this cake. Both tortas are fantastic and also completely different. Try them both!
Rome isn’t known for a lot of desserts but what it lacks in quantity it certainly makes up for in quality! These square cookies (biscotti quadrati) are delicious with honey and nuts. You will not be able to stop eating these!