Recipe: Savory Egg Bake (Crustless Quiche)

Ingredients 8-10 eggs ¼ cup milk of your choice (depends what I have in the fridge, but have used cream, milk, almond milk, etc.) ½ tsp salt ¼ tsp fresh cracked pepper ⅛ – ¼ tsp nutmeg 1 shallot, finely chopped 2-4 cloves of garlic, chopped Olive oil (or butter) Cheese, preferably shredded, or slicedContinue reading “Recipe: Savory Egg Bake (Crustless Quiche)”

Salted Chocolate Chunk Almond Shortbread

I literally woke up on Saturday with an idea for a variant on the epic cookies that shattered the internet and set to work.  It feels like half of Instragram has tried Alison Roman’s salted butter and chocolate chunk shortbread. They’re flaky, salty yet sweet, buttery bites of deliciousness. For one family party or another,Continue reading “Salted Chocolate Chunk Almond Shortbread”

Flourless Chocolate Cake

THAT cake – the one passed down generation to generation, and your family waits for all year.  This cake first entered my family’s lives 2 years before I was born. My mom was in the local park trying to let her two young boys run off some of their energy. She met another mom whoContinue reading “Flourless Chocolate Cake”

Recipe: Flourless Chocolate Cake

Ingredients 1 stick of margarine (or butter) 150-200 g (5.3-7 oz) chocolate chips 6 eggs, seperated 133 g (⅔ cup) sugar, divided in half 113g (4oz) almond flour Method Preheat oven to 350° F. Melt the chocolate and margarine in a double boiler. Mix in the egg yolks and 66g (⅓ cup) of sugar. MixContinue reading “Recipe: Flourless Chocolate Cake”

Epic Blondies

A year in the making.  One of the easiest things to bake is a simple blondie recipe – melt some butter, add some sugar, egg, flour, and you’re pretty much set- but oh, the possibilities! My starting place was another Smitten Kitchen recipe entitled, “blondies, infinitely adaptable,” and from there, I went down the rabbitContinue reading “Epic Blondies”

Orange Chocolate Babka

Bored in quarantine.  I love bread. I love yeast. I love the smell of fermenting dough as it rises. I’m also lazy, so I generally do not get along with breads that require an overnight rise. The only exception has been challah for family holidays, when I have some pressure on me to try aContinue reading “Orange Chocolate Babka”