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Easter is just around the corner and that means that it is time to start gathering recipes that will make great additions to an Easter brunch or a post Easter egg hunt snack. Easter treats are colorful, flavorful and fun – and these recipes are no exception. This Easter Egg Cheesecake from Zoe Bakes is an elegant dessert for an Easter celebration. The rich, custardy ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Waffles are a great way to kick start the weekend, especially if you take a cue from Sift and Whisk and make a batch of Bananas Foster Waffles. These tender belgian-style waffles are delicious on their own, but what makes them stand out is their rich bananas foster topping. It is made with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and rum – and includes a splash of ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Blood orange season is almost over, and that is a good reason to stock up when you see them so that you can bake this Blood Orange Pound Cake from Eats Well with Others The pound cake is dense, but tender, with just enough blood orange juice and zest in the recipe to give it a distinct orange flavor. Then, it is drowned in a ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

If I have more than a few lemons in my kitchen at a time, they inevitably turn themselves into a batch of lemon curd. Lemon curd fans will want to check out Wallflower Girl‘s Lemon Curd Sandwich Cookies. Most sandwich cookies like these start with a buttery shortbread dough, but these have a gluten free almond cookie base that is every bite as delicious. They’re ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

Strawberries and rhubarb are a natural combination because the sweetness of the berries compliments the tarter flavor of the rhubarb. They flavors work well in all kinds of desserts, and Sugar Hero‘s Strawberry Rhubarb Pie looks like it really showcases them. The simple filling is a vibrant pink color and it is loaded with fruit flavor. The pie is topped with a lattice crust so ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

St Patricks Day is a spirited holiday – literally. In addition to wearing green and adding food coloring to desserts to make them look more festive, many cooks and bakers reach for Irish beer, whisky or other spirits and liqueurs to capture the flavor of the holiday. They’re great to bake with because they produce some flavorful desserts that are great for grown ups. And ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

You’ve probably had cinnamon sugar swirled bread before, but have you tried Cinnamon Sugar Bagels? A Kitchen Addiction baked up a batch that is a great alternative to the usual loaf as a great breakfast item. The dough itself has cinnamon mixed into it and there is a cinnamon-sugar swirl running throughout, adding just the right amount of extra cinnamon flavor and sweetness. It takes ... Read More »

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Bites from other Blogs

It is Girl Scout cookie season and that means that it is time to stock up on your favorite flavors, unless you are already making your own Homemade Girl Scout Cookies to enjoy year-round. Girl Scout cookies can be eaten straight out of the box, but they’re also a great ingredient and can be transformed into all kinds of other recipes. Thin Mints are the ... Read More »

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