It’s not Fall without apple crisp! This maple apple crisp recipe is a perfect way to use up all those apples picked fresh from the orchard or from the bottom of the grocery store bag. It’s topped with oatmeal, walnuts, brown sugar and plenty of spices. It’s best served warm with your favorite non-dairy ice cream or coconut whipped cream!
I’m a little late to the banana bread quarantine party-but I made it! This fun twist on your classic banana bread was requested by my sister who had the wonderful idea to combine three of our favorite flavors; chocolate, peanut butter and banana! These flavors are perfectly and delicately balanced. Not one of them overwhelms the other. This soft, fluffy bread is perfect for dessert with or without an extra spread of peanut butter!
The weather has started to cool down here in North Carolina and I have been desperately wanting to make s’mores. However, we do not currently have a fire pit! I have been forced to improvise, but am so happy that I did! These cookies are the perfect treat for a cool night or a socially distanced patio dinner with friends. They are soft and buttery, but with all the campfire goodness!
This fun twist on a classic southern dessert is perfect for warm summer days. This caramelized banana pudding has a depth of flavor that is incomparable. The custard is light and sweet with hints of vanilla while the bananas and biscoff cookies provide a warm spice from the cinnamon. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
There are few things better than a chewy chocolate chip cookie when you’re in the mood for something sweet. The edges of these cookies are perfectly crisp, but the centers are still chewy and soft. The key is letting these cookies chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours (preferably overnight).