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Mini Lemon Donut Muffins with Lemon Curd

Mini Lemon Donut Muffins

My Sugar Donut Muffins are always a favorite when I bake a batch. They’re tasty plain, but they’re also a good base for donut-like variations. For instance, you could fill them with preserves to make jelly donut muffins or with lemon curd to make these Mini Lemon Donut Muffins with Lemon Curd. These mini muffins have a buttermilk and lemon cake base and are baked ... Read More »

Lemon and Walnut Soda Bread

Lemon and Walnut Soda Bread

Soda bread – or Irish soda bread – is an easy to make quickbread that uses baking soda as a leavening agent. What makes it different from other quickbreads is that soda bread dough is very firm and the bread is generally baked in a free-form loaf, much like yeasted breads are. The bread is very easy to make, so you can have a fresh ... Read More »

Candied Lemon Peel

Candied Lemon Peel

Candied citrus peels have a lot of flavor in a little, sugary package and they’re a lovely treat to make after you’ve just juiced a lot of citrus fruit because they make good use of all those orange and lemon rinds. You can candy any kind of citrus fruit, but one of my favorites is lemon because it has a bright flavor and goes well ... Read More »

Citrus Lover’s Bundt Cake

Citrus Lover's Bundt Cake

Citrus is in season and the trees – here in Southern California, at least – are bursting with oranges, lemons, grapefruits, limes and other sweet, tangy citrus. Not only do I squeeze oranges to make juice for breakfast, but I find myself making lemonade and lemon bars, generously squeezing limes onto homemade tacos and into all manner of baked goods. The zest from these fruits ... Read More »

Mini Lemon Cheesecakes with Gingersnap Crusts

Mini Cheesecakes

Spicy gingersnap cookies are a great alternative to graham crackers when you’re making a crust for a pie or a cheesecake. They can be ground up into crumbs just like graham crackers can be and give a warm, spicy kick to whatever they’re paired with. I like to use them a little more often in the winter, when everyone is in the mood for spices ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Biko is a Filipino coconut sticky rice cake that is not unlike a cupcake made out of sweet, brown sugar-flavored rice pudding. Cupcake Project actually made some Biko Cupcakes wit Mango Sorbet by making a big batch of coconut sticky rice, dividing it into silicone cupcake liners and baking the “cakes” until they were rich and caramelized around the edges. These rice cakes are gluten ... Read More »

Perfect Lemon Bars

Perfect Lemon Bars

This is a lemon bar recipe for lemon lovers. It has a filling that is nice and thick, a great lemon flavor and a beautiful silky texture. The lemon custard is sitting on top of a layer of tender shortbread crust that is thick enough to hold up to it without getting soggy, even if you are planning to take the bars to a picnic ... Read More »

Lemon Curd Ice Cream

Lemon Curd Ice Cream

Whenever I have a lot of lemons in my kitchen, I usually make a fresh batch of lemon curd. I am a big fan of the creamy, tangy curd and will put it on fresh fruit, scones, slices of cake and just about anything else I can think of. Another great use for it is putting it into a batch of ice cream. With the ... Read More »

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