This celebratory cake has layers of coconut and white chocolate cake, filled with a tart lime curd and surrounded by a delicious coconut and white chocolate swiss meringue buttercream. To take the cake to the next level, you can also make a white chocolate collar to surround the sides of the cake.
These delectable Florentine cookies contain a mix of almonds, hazelnuts, raisins and candied peel that is mixed with a brown sugar caramel. After baking until crisp, they are then coated on one side with melted semi-sweet chocolate and drizzled with caramelized white chocolate.
This variation of my Quick and Easy One Bowl Brownie includes the addition of chocolate chips, raspberries, and chopped macadamia nuts for an easy, decadent dessert.
It’s not Christmas in our house until I bake a batch (or two) of my grandmother’s shortbread cookies! This simple recipe produces a cookie that is balanced and crumbly as shortbread should be. The addition of rice flour, lowers the gluten content, giving the cookie it’s “short” texture and low and slow cooking ensures a perfectly dried out cookie without caramelizing the sugar in the cookie.
This pretty tart is based on a classic French apple tart. The flavours are taken up a notch with brown butter in the crust, a layer of salted caramel, and a layer of salted caramel pastry cream underneath a decorative layer of apples.
Like lemons, pomegranate has a nice tart flavour which lends well to the filling of an easy meringue tart. The tart is topped with an Italian Meringue, which is much smoother in texture than the traditional French meringue and does not require cooking in the oven. A quick toast under the broiler for colour is all this meringue needs!
This flavour-packed deep-dish quiche combines roasted red peppers, caramelized onions and gruyere cheese for a vibrant mouthful of flavour in every bite.
Caramelized onions, Gruyere cheese and chopped fresh time add another dimension to this soda bread recipe which was adapted from America’s Test Kitchen.