They’re rich, decadent and can be made in one bowl. Introducing apple walnut blondies topped with a whiskey caramel sauce, a perfect fall dessert.
This walnut banana cake made in one easy sheet will melt in your mouth with its buttery flavor.
It’s a near fool-proof recipe and such a great introduction to the curious world of bread-baking.
What’s better than cheese and bread when it comes to an appetizer? Try this crostini with nuts, honey, and pomegranate.
What better way to celebrate the season than with bright edible flowers. Top the pesto pasta with spicy nasturtiums or lemon verbena blossoms and leaves.
An elegant and unique spring salad with roasted grapes, feta, and matzo crumbles, this is perfect for Passover but it can be eaten anytime.
With herbs and nuts, this stunning tea cake has a spectacular flavor. Top with maple glaze and you are set to take your masterpiece to a holiday party.
Sweet potatoes and carrots are tossed in tahini dressing before being roasted and served with figs, walnuts, feta, and fresh mint and basil. A beautiful vegetarian side dish.
A sweet walnut crust is the key to these velvety cheesecake bars topped with stunning fresh figs and honey.
Sweet, nutty, and with pockets of creamy blue cheese, these scones are perfect with your morning coffee and can be baking in your oven in no time.
The peppery taste of rocket and walnuts, substituted for basil and pine nuts, bring great new flavor to fresh pastas tossed in a simple pesto.
Make your own granola with delicious spices, seeds, and nuts. Perfect as a morning meal, with yogurt, or even as a topping to ice cream.
The combination of coffee and donuts is iconic. This delicious recipe topped with a ganache and walnuts combines the two in a great new way.
Bring big flavor to breakfast with a batch of Cranberry Walnut Pancakes that’ll keep your tastebuds happy with their tart yet sweet flavor.
For a special morning treat or coffee break snack enjoy these moist scones with an incredible glaze and toasted walnuts.
An easy holiday appetizer perfect for entertaining, you can even make the puff pastry bites with a make-ahead and freeze option.
Grab a cup of warm cider and whip up this quintessential fall dessert reminiscent of a caramel dipped apple.
There it is, the best of summer’s corn in a dessert bowl. The crunch of nut brittle with a touch of heat is the perfect end to the cool bowl.
A simple and delicious goat cheese bruschetta featuring toasted walnuts, lemon basil, and local honey. On a hot day, a glass of Rosado is the perfect pair.
Try something new like goat’s milk ice cream. Creamy and slightly tangy, this decadent ice cream is definitely unique.
A breakfast that is not too heavy, this bowl combines ricotta, the fruit of the season, nuts and a drizzle of honey. A great energy boost to start the day.
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.
What’s better than a slice of this chewy, chocolate tart? We aren’t sure, but we do know the walnuts add some crunch to make this dessert sinfully rich.
No oven? No worries. This cake is served warm and made without an oven. It is layered with mascarpone and smothered with orange syrup.
Here is an elegant salad of fennel, orange, walnuts and pomegranate, ingredients found throughout Italy during the winter season.
This ultra sweet tart is ideal for a quick dessert and can be served with yogurt for a touch of tartness.
These orange and walnut muffins with cranberry gems are the perfect little snack for breakfast, dessert…and anytime in between.
A beautiful and rich Croatian Walnut Roll, a traditional Holiday treat from the Balkans.
The touch of natural bitterness in walnuts plays against the sweetness of the turbinado sugar and the slight bite of the whisky for a taste that’s both lush and balanced.
Healthy loaf cake (?) with walnut, yoghurt and vanilla
Skip sweet cookies one day and put your baking prowess to work whipping up these salty, crunchy crackers.
A range of Fall flavors come together in a melt-in-your mouth cookie.
Once you’ve mastered the technique, try playing with the flavors by adding different spices such as cinnamon or cardamom.
These bite-sized sweets come together in mere minutes and require no baking.
You’ll be surprised that it still stays very soft and fresh even when it’s chilled. Definitely a keeper recipe.
It’s lovely as a dip, spread on flatbreads, mixed into hearty stews, or tossed with pasta or potatoes.
This is a cute dessert perfect for these hot summer days!
This is much healthier than traditional sugar-laden fudge; it sweet, full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants, and still super satisfying
A delicious twist on traditional Irish Soda Bread for St Patrick’s Day. Enjoy a slice fresh out of the oven, thickly spread with butter.
The combination of orange zest, walnuts, and rosemary makes these muffins seem like anything but “just muffins”.
The opening of French boulanger La Maison Kayser in NYC was a well orchestrated event. Riccardo Costa reports
This soft cake, topped with a crusty nutty layer is the perfect accompaniment to the afternoon tea.
Amrita Chowdhury performs her Food-Oscar thank you speech. And serves cake. How’s that for a treat!?
Olivia Caminiti adds all her favorite ingredients to create the ultimate muffin.
With spring arriving quickly in the Northern Hemisphere, here’s a salad that’s perfect for those in-between-days.
This lovely cake is a beautiful blend of nuts and citrus. Dig in.
Tamara Novacoviç with a bread recipe that can pose as a “typical” bread from many different countries.