Enjoy these rich and indulgent desserts during the cooler months -don’t forget to save room for seconds!
My Cranberry-Orange Coffee Cake is a great recipe to serve this winter! It has wonderful sweet and sour flavours and is so light and fluffy!
Cranberries are a holiday staple, but you can make these Cranberry Turnovers whenever you want! These are a great way to use up any leftover cranberry sauce from Thanksgiving or Christmas as well. These sweet and sour turnovers make a great dessert or quick breakfast when you want to treat yourself!
Love is sweet, love is salty. Love is this Chocolate Ganache Tart! This tart is filled with rich chocolate ganache and is topped with caramels and sea salt. Talk about a match made in heaven!
If you are looking to impress that special someone (or a group of close friends) this is the recipe for you! This Chocolate-Hazelnut Mousse is not only an impressive dessert, but it tastes like chocolate heaven and is really easy to pull together. This recipe is best made the day before you want to serve it so that it can really firm up and keep all those air bubbles, just like a mousse should.
You know these famous candies from that orange and white striped box– but I have my own homemade version. I use my favourite Ghirardelli chocolate and toasted pecans for the richest and best flavour! I also include my own homemade caramel recipe here too
It can’t be fall without some sort of apple dessert! Honeycrisp apples are nestled in a light and sweet vanilla cake and are topped with rich brown sugar and cinnamon. My Apple Coffee Cake with Maple Glaze will have everyone asking for the recipe!
Just when you think fall desserts couldn’t get any cuter, here is my recipe for Mini Pumpkin Pies. These are perfect for fall potlucks and even for your Thanksgiving dinner. Be sure to make these pies the day before you need them and keep them cold in the refrigerator.