Puerto Rican Arepas are delicious fried bread made with wheat flour and perfectly fried. These are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. You can eat them by pairing them with rice and beans, filling them with avocado, cheese, or any other filling. I enjoy them with a warm cup of coffee for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
Halloween is a time for creativity, fun, and of course, delicious treats. One of the best ways to celebrate this spooky season is by baking these Easy-to-Make Mini Halloween Cakes. These personal desserts are perfect for parties, trick-or-treaters, or just a fun family activity. In this post, we’ll share some creative and delicious ideas for mini Halloween cakes.
No-Bake Chocolate Gingerbread Tart is perfect for the upcoming holidays or any occasion. It features a no-bake silky and creamy ganache filling on a gingerbread crust. This tart is easy to make, rich, and so delicious. It can be adapted as gluten-free and vegan.
I made this No-Bake Chocolate Gingerbread Tart using ingredients that were sitting inside my pantry about to expire. It is incredible how creative we can get using pantry staples that we already have at home. If you’ve never had chocolate and ginger together I recommend you give it a try. It’s quite a scrumptious combination. It’s like drinking a cozy cup of hot cocoa with delicious gingerbread cookies.
These Apple Cider Cake Donuts are easy to make, healthy, cakey, flavorful and so delicious. This is a one-bowl recipe that comes together very quickly and easily. The best breakfast or snack for a fall crisp morning.
This apple cider cake donuts recipe can be used for cupcakes or mini bundt cakes. I used a fall silicon mold that my husband bought for me but you can use what you have available. Although baking is always happening in my kitchen, I don’t bake donuts very often. Fall seems to be the perfect occasion for baking donuts. I never tried apple cider donuts before moving to New Hampshire. Last week we went to a farm and I ate them for the first time. They tasted heavenly! So, I decided to create my own recipe using monk fruit instead of regular sugar and baked instead of fry. They turned surprisingly amazing! The cinnamon sugar makes them melt in your mouth.