Bites from other Blogs

Bites from other Blogs

  • I am a big fan of Dutch Baby pancakes and will not only order them whenever I see them on a menu, but I’ll make them on a regular basis at home. Dutch babies are typically topped with butter and sugar, or sometimes with maple syrup. Annie’s Noms made a Raspberry & Passion Fruit Dutch Baby that has a few more layers of flavor to make this breakfast favorite even more delicious. Each pancake is topped with agave-sweetened mascarpone and fresh passion fruit pulp. A sprinkling of fresh raspberries give the pancakes a little color and add some extra sweetness to the tart, tropical passion fruit.
  • Lemon and blueberries are a great combination and Cookie Dough And Oven Mitt‘s Boozy Blueberry Lemon Cucpakes are no exception. These citrus-kissed cupcakes are stuffed with a homemade blueberry filling, made with fresh lemon juice and berries. The cupcakes are topped with a limoncello-spiked frosting that gives the cupcakes a unique flavor and makes them a little more grown up than your average cupcake. While frozen blueberries can work in the filling, you’ll want fresh berries to top off each cupcake!
  • If You Give A Blond A Kitchen‘s Mini Hummingbird Cupcakes are almost too cute to eat. Inspired by the classic Southern cake, these cupcakes are loaded with crushed pineapple, chopped bananas and pecans. They’re moist and fruity, with just the right bit of crunch from the nuts. Each individual cupcake is topped with a dollop of vanilla cream cheese frosting and a single pecan. The small size makes these perfect for sharing and it takes less time to make a batch than it would to make the larger, more traditional cake.
  • Rhubarb is often combined with strawberries in desserts, but Where is My Spoon? paired it with blackberries in this Blackberry Rhubarb Bread. The loaf cake is packed with both sliced sweet-tart rhubarb and fresh blackberries, so there is plenty of fruit in each bite. The cake itself is made with both buttermilk and yogurt, giving it a moist, dense crumb that easily supports the weight of all that fruit. It is topped with an easy to make cinnamon-sugar topping that gives each slice a sweet, crunchy finish.
  • Recipe Throwback: Cookies don’t have to be sweet and these Savory Parmesan Shortbread Squares prove it. The buttery shortbread is made with a generous amount of grated parmesan cheese and hints of garlic, chipotle and mustard. The cookies have a more substantial feel than crackers, melting in your mouth like traditional shortbread when you take a bite. They’re easy to make and a great homemade appetizer for entertaining.

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