Have you ever had a cake that actually tastes better the day after you make it? This Super Moist Honey Spice Cake Recipe is exactly like that – you’ll be saving a few pieces, just so you can have them the next day.
Did you know that August is National Peach Month? In order to help you celebrate, I would like to suggest this recipe for Honey Almond Ricotta Stuffed Grilled Peaches!
As many of you know, I am from Quebec, in Canada. We can get amazing strawberries here locally – naturally sweet and tart and perfect – usually by the end of June, but until then, I’ll be transforming my sub-par strawberries into these Simple Macerated Strawberries instead. By the way, if you love strawberries, you’ve come to the right place! A Canadian group of bloggers (all members of the Food Bloggers of Canada) have decided to share their love of strawberries with all of you. So be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to some links to fantastic recipes! (Look for us in all the social media by searching: #CDNFoodCreatives). A big thanks to our host Amanda, who can be found at The Cinnamon Scrolls… she’s the mastermind behind this collaboration.
Ahhh, summer, where the days are longer and hotter, the evenings are spent outdoors, and best of all, the BBQ! Today, I have a special recipe I’d like to review with all of you: Ricardo’s Grilled Chicken with Fennel and Apricots.
This quick whole wheat honey bread is made by combining just the right proportions of whole wheat flour, baking soda, salt, buttermilk, honey and oil. Yup, you read right – no yeast!
These are without a doubt my favourite cookies for Christmas. Many, many variations of this cookie exist. My recipe for Mostaccioli di mamma makes an almond-based, soft, chocolaty, spicy, honey-flavoured cookie.
These honey balls were my mom’s signature dessert on Christmas Day. I would like to share with you her recipe which I have appropriately called Struffoli di Mamma.