Whip up this easy cranberry simple syrup and keep it on hand this month for fun, seasonal cocktails, like a cranberry gina and tonic.
This semolina cake is common in Turkey and goes by the name basbousa in Egypt. Try this revani cake softened and soaked in a sweet syrup.
Spiked with vodka, this milkshake will have you dreaming of a warm plate of pancakes, but this time with a sweet, adult twist.
Drizzled over ice cream, pound cake, or a stack of pancakes at a spring brunch, this Cabernet Sauvignon and berry syrup brings the taste of a new season to the table.
Inspired by the aromatic Greek cake topped with pastry cream and infused with a special mastika syrup, this gluten free version is made with almond flour for a similarly sweet experience.
These tall, nutty pancakes are hit with a touch of coconut and drizzled with a fruity raspberry maple syrup and a few white chocolate shavings. An elegant breakfast plate.
Crispy cornmeal waffles are only improved by a swipe of butter with a kick and a drizzle of sweet citrus syrup to tie all three flavors together. Perfect for brunch.
Don’t let the combo scare you, this ice cream is divine. Topped with shaved walnuts and fresh basil blooms, the dessert is sure to wow your taste buds.
From the tree to the bottle, see a small part of the maple process and enjoy the fresh syrup in a delicious apple butter.
Fluffy waffles are hiding a delicious cheesecake center and then topped with a maple syrup that has be spruced up with lemon and summer’s frozen berries.
Breakfast foods that are perfect for anytime of the day are the best. Enjoy this fried pheasant with crisp waffles, spicy pickles and syrup.
A classic malted milkshake made from scratch from the ice cream to the chocolate syrup.
This cake has all the flavors of cooler weather. A little cinnamon, toasted nuts, and sweet maple syrup form the medley completed with maple icing.
This simple Slow Cooker Cranberry Orange Syrup helps you pull together a guest worthy breakfast or brunch by slowly simmering a few ingredients overnight.
Light, yet still slightly crunchy, the height this baby gets is all from the eggs in the batter. Top with sweet concord syrup.
Sweet with an unmistakable tartness, these cherries are perfect over creamy gelato, with yogurt, or for the mixologist creating cocktails.
It is still a while until maple season in the United States, but we can’t help but to get excited. And sneak a taste of what we have left from last spring.
A cider vinegar syrup cocktail is the perfect evening cool down. Enjoy with sweet melon and fresh herbs.
Roasted butternut and sage-infused maple syrup coat a dish before being tucked in by a butter blanket of dough. Once baked, flip over and serve.
Start the weekend off with rich coconut pancakes. Drizzle with maple syrup and plenty of coconut flakes.
Get creative with a pear and hazelnut cake infused with ginger syrup.
This no-churn ice cream features a spectacular trio of flavors: Boozy and nutty with sparks of exceptional syrupy sweetness.
Whip up a big batch of these super simple muffins and have a sweet breakfast to go all week long.
This deep-fried syrup-coated sweet is popular around India as well as the Middle East and North Africa.
The combination of the savory, spice filled waffles with the tart apple cider syrup and sweet, golden raisins is the perfect start to a Fall day.
This coconut caramel syrup is super simple to make and while it’s delicious drizzled over fluffy banana pancakes, the possibilities are truly endless.
If you put it in a sterilized glass and keep it in the fridge, your syrup can keep up to 2 weeks.
These cakes are extremely moist and drench in an infused light syrup with cloves, star anise, pepper, coriander seed and cardamon pods.
This light and fluffy whole wheat pancakes recipe will surely make it’s way on to your breakfast table.
Light fluffy pancakes dotted with rich creamy ricotta cheese topped with a warm banana and pecan syrup. Yes. This is what heaven tastes like.
Use the most loveable fruit of the season in this flavorful syrup with fresh hazelnuts and herbs.
Awwameh, loqaimat or loqmet el kadi are not only Arabic tongue twisters. They are all names for a popular middle eastern dessert.
Candied orange peel dipped in orange flavored chocolate. Looks and tastes great.
Light, fluffy and healthy silver dollar pancakes topped with homemade strawberry syrup and slices of banana.
K.M. Robbins starts her weekend with some creative breakfast cooking.
To many Europeans, refreshing Elderflower drinks are classic symbols of the warm summer months.
Diples, a classic Greek sweet treat, is served hot and fresh from the fryer by Pam Kanavos.