Chocolate pots de crème is a much-easier-than-it-looks French dessert that’s a hybrid between a pudding and a custard. Inspired by DC’s Le DIplomate, it’s served with gently whipped cream and cocoa nibs. Chocolate lovers, unite!
This refreshing and easy sugar snap pea salad relies on four fresh ingredients: sugar snap peas, mint, ricotta, and radishes tossed in a lemon balsamic vinaigrette.
These low carb, gluten-free cauliflower fritters can be prepared as is (delish!) or customized with whatever you have on hand. These fritters are also tasty in lieu of hashbrowns for breakfast.
These copy cat Lofthouse sugar cookie bars are fast and easy…and perfect for when you need to feed a small army something deliciously sweet. These remind me of the sugar cookies with frosting you find in the grocery store I used to devour as a kid…except way better!
A few “secret ingredients” give this dark chocolate cake some serious depth and moistness. It’s dairy free, so perfect for those with an allergy or intolerance or if you just don’t have butter in the house. It’s also easy, easy, so it’s a great one to make with kids. Can you ever have too many…
This 15-minute lemon curd is the perfect spread for biscuits, scones, merengues, pies, and other sweet treats. While you can easily buy store-bought lemon curd, the homemade stuff is more way more flavorful (and has less sugar).