True to the name, these cookies definitely puff when you bake them and form a hard shell with a chewy center.
As I was making this soup, I kept wondering what about it made it Italian.
If you like foccacia (who doesn’t??), you need to try making your own. It’s so simple it’s almost a shame to buy it when you can easily make it at home.
I’m not sure I would make this recipe again. If you’re really jonesing for some major chocolate it would work. If you love Cocoa Puffs, you’d probably like it. If you need to use up a box of Cocoa Puffs cereal, I would definitely recommend it.
AKA adult Spaghetti-O’s, if there was such a thing!
This dish is simple to make. It also tastes simple.
A stock that doesn’t make food taste bad.
Gooey and rich. These brownies pack a serious chocolate punch.
Crispy and chewy bites of Brioche French toast.
Using entirely Brioche would make for a very decadent bread pudding. So delicious!
I would definitely make this bread recipe again.
Not sure what’s the big dif between hot cakes and pancakes, but these taste great!
Though often thought of as a sweet bread, I find the overwhelming flavor to be butter. I think this bread would be great as French toast or any kind of sandwich you could imagine.
I always forget how much I love this dish until I bite into it when it’s fresh out of the oven.
Portuguese Corn Bread dough makes for a sturdy crust on an extra large pie piled with cheese.
This was the first recipe in Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day that caught my eye. I love corn. I love corn bread. Though this isn’t what you’d probably imagine traditional corn bread to be, I was very happy with how it turned out. I brought this bread into work with me today and…
I think I sold this recipe short. Tastes great on day two.
This recipe is courtesy of the recipe book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, by Jeff Hertzberg, M.D., and Zoe Francois, which I’m currently obsessed with.
A chewy chocolate cookie filled with caramel. What could be better? Fudgy frosting on top.
I’ve used this frosting on cookies, but I think it would be amazing on brownies and perhaps even on flourless chocolate cake.