A homely but delicious pie. This hazelnut white chocolate blondie pie is one of the more complicated recipes I’ve posted, but it’s well worth the investment.
Less sweet than a lot of recipes I’ve seen, this buttery graham cracker crust holds together quite well and offers a rich, flavorful base for a number of pies.
A very simple and straightforward recipe for hazelnut brittle – that can be used as a crunchy filling or topping for layer cakes, or easily made into a delicious hazelnut praline.
Made predominantly from whipped egg whites and sugar, this marshmallow fluff frosting is an airy addition to any cake – especially if you want to spotlight the flavors inside.
I was halfway through writing up the recipe for this marbled pecan bread before realizing it was… pretty involved. It’s not difficult, just involved. But it’s quite tasty and freezes well. Definitely a worthy project for a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Given that cornbread often turns out dry and crumbly and more like a large block of dry crumbs than tender, toothsome bread, this tender buttermilk cornbread is definitely a win!