Earthy matcha and toasty sesame batters are swirled to make a slightly sweet and denser loaf cake that is a perfect year-round baking project.
A rich, decadent cake, made without dairy, that has the power to satisfy any hardcore chocolate lover.
Vegan and gluten-free, this tart with a deliciously thick coconut-rose pastry cream filling is a feast for the eyes, too.
These are everything a cream scone should be – light, soft, moist. The turbinado sugar adds a sweet crunch and the blackberries a burst of freshness.
A go-to banana bread to make over and over again. It’s tender and hearty and not overly sweet or heavy. Don’t forget to drizzle your muffins with honey.
Browned butter is whisked into these chocolate chip cookies, flaked with maple and rye.
These chewy chocolate chip cookies are delicious with their browned butter, maple, and hearty, dark rye flavor.
Fresh coconut cream can be spread on waffles, dolloped on cake slices, or eaten straight with a spoon.
Don’t settle for canned cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving when the homemade stuff is so much better and can be a vehicle for such flavors as vanilla and cardamom.
This no-churn ice cream features a spectacular trio of flavors: Boozy and nutty with sparks of exceptional syrupy sweetness.
Try this rustic and comforting take on seasonal ingredients like apples and maple syrup.
Although it might come as a surprise, Worcestershire sauce has gluten in it but this concoction allows you to make gluten-free Bloody Marys.
Temperatures may be cooling off but the unique flavor combo of peach, coconut and lavender can be enjoyed all year round, just store some peaches in the freezer.
If you’re trying to be more conscious about what you consume, this seed- and nut-studded loaf is the perfect anytime snack.
This gorgeous bundt cake is even better on the second or third day — assuming it lasts that long.
These sweet treats come together without butter or baking for the perfect summer dessert.
These chocolate chip cookies are unfussy and delicious, just like a chocolate chip cookie should be.
This vanilla cake is soft and moist yet hearty and has a tender outer crisp.
This is especially wonderful with vanilla frozen yogurt and blackberries. It’s pretty much the perfect cake to make on a whim when craving dessert.
The grapes were a beautifully sweet and delicate addition to these super simple cream scones.
This recipe can be made gluten-free by using gluten-free oats and can be made dairy free by substituting extra almond milk for yogurt.
Let’s toss these plums and cherrys in a shortcrust, cover them in custard, and make clafoutis.
This bread is thick and moist and nutty and has lots of sexy quick bread crevices to capture that kick of bourbon glaze.
Not too sweet. Beautifully fruity and earthy. Delightful on toast. Perfect with cheese or spread on a turkey sandwich.
These cookies aren’t anything fancy, and they don’t purport to reinvent the chocolate chip cookie or anything.
These pancakes are hearty and delicious on their own, so you can snatch one right out of the oven to munch on.
If you don’t feel like making the meringue and/or brittle, this custard is lovely on its own or with a dollop of whipped cream.
Natasha Steinberg makes these sweet and savory cinnamon buns with berry glaze, packed individually in parchment paper for a rustic feel.
Hazelnuts get peeled, roasted, and chopped. Butter gets browned, toasty, and nutty.
The cranberries add the perfect tartness to the sweet apples and herby, crumbly topping.
This spiced apple cider caramel is creamy, sweet, thick and essentially magical.
This cake is perfectly spiced with allspice, clove, nutmeg, making it the perfect Holiday Cake.
These tartlets with gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, bacon jam, and basil are a delicious play on the classic BLT sandwich.
Little bites of lavender pie crust topped with sweet, juicy champagne grapes.
This silky, flowery custard with satiny gin berry glaze is a wonder of smooth fanciness.