Bomboloni

The are many variations of bomboloni, the little cream filled doughnuts of Italy. These are an adaptation of the recipe I used when I worked at Carravaggio in New York City and are not filled. Instead, they are made with ricotta which provides and moist creamy center to these wonderful treats.

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Fruit Tea Cakes

These fruit tea cakes are a delicious way to take advantage of all the wonderful fruit, particularly stone fruit, that is in markets everywhere at this time of year. Get some deliciously ripe peaches or cherries and these light, tender cakes are sure to please!

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Bread Pudding

Bread pudding is a traditional British dessert and one of my very favorite “comfort food” endings for a meal. Many, many variations abound and I love them all! Let’s start, however, with the classic at it’s simple best.

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Mixed Berry Souffles

Souffle is one of those desserts that people don’t often attempt because they either think it’s too difficult or they have heard horror stories! That’s too bad because these mixed berry souffles are quick to make (most of it can be done ahead!) and are a light and quick summer dessert. Yes, souffle begins to deflate as soon as you remove it from the oven, but if you have everything prepared, you can get this dessert to the table while still spectacular!

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