This pavlova cake is the loveliest of lovelies. Light yet luxurious, and a textural delight, you’ll be berry pleased you made this. (Gluten Free + Dairy Free)
This cake is a symphony of exquisite textures, with layers of velvety, dark chocolate mousse melding with light-as-air, crispy cocoa meringues. Broken batons of meringue decorate the cake and make it a stunner worthy of any special occasion.
This Apple Crumb Cake will remind you of apple picking and old fashioned donut shops. It has a comforting heft to it. The cake on its own is wonderful, but the crumb topping makes it swoon-worthy. You will eat every last crumb. Promise.
Bringing together warm pumpkin spices, notes of ginger, creamy dreaminess, and beautiful swirls, this Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake is a must for the holiday season.
Birthday reflections and a cake full of whipped cream, strawberry jam, and fresh strawberries.
This delicious banana bread (a.k.a. breakfast cake) is easy, fuss-free, and made with fruity olive oil and creamy yogurt. As Mari says, â€œBecause mornings are so much easier when there’s cake.â€
A pumpkin cookie whoopsie turns into a whoopie with some quick thinking and a dose of Pumpkin Cream Cheese Frosting (which, I am now convinced, can cure all baking woes).
This decadent treat is like the tropical love child of a refreshing, tart, key lime pie and a rich cheesecakeâ€¦with a coconut cream pie floozie thrown into the mix.
We successfully fed 25 guests on $250, cooking up an array of tasty hors d’oeuvres. I mean, who doesn’t love appies? They’re usually the best part of the meal anyway. Plus, they’re perfect for large parties. They’re unassuming, filling, and allow people to mill around and chat while noshing on bite-sized bits of delicious.