Tags » Sweet Treats; Desserts

Classic With a Twist ✲ Coconut Sugar Caramel

Who doesn’t like a drizzle of sticky, sweet caramel over ice cream, a slice of cake or simply your finger? That’s a rhetorical question; no need to answer. 681 more words


Humble or Luxurious ❊ Banana Bread with Cinnamon-Scented Maple Butter

A few weeks ago my son-in-law mentioned that if I made some banana bread he’d be happy to help me eat it. Then a week or so later he suggested it would be a good idea to post a banana bread recipe on the blog. 710 more words


Time for Indulgence ✽ Choco-Caramelicious Patties

Raise your hand if you like to indulge in sweet treats. Ah, I thought so — that’s a lot of hands! And keep your hand raised if you’re thinking you should cut back on refined sugars. 937 more words


Breakfast or Dessert? Raspberry Chia Seed Pudding

Pureed Chia Seed Pudding & Raspberries

Whole Chia Seed Pudding with Mashed Raspberries

Pureed Chia Seed Pudding with Mashed Raspberries

If you’re looking for a quick and easy dish that’s naturally sweet and can do triple duty as breakfast, a snack or dessert, look no further than this raspberry chia seed pudding. 935 more words


Dreamy Pillows of Sweetness ❉ Strawberry Marshmallows

I’ve been wanting to try my hand at marshmallow making for the longest time, and finally found just the inspiration I needed when planning a baby shower recently. 279 more words


#BeEggsquisite! ❊ Ginger & Sour Cherry Puffs

There’s something about the alchemy of eggs that fascinates me. Take a few simple ingredients that look like they couldn’t possibly turn into anything substantial, add eggs, and through a magical process of transformation suddenly you have a whole tray of treats waiting to dazzle your holiday guests. 1,353 more words


Oh Nuts! ❄︎ Maple Glazed Kicky Walnuts

I love eating nuts and usually enjoy them plain, but spicing or sugaring them makes any occasion all the more special. In this case, I’ve combined both processes to create walnuts with a subtly sweet maple glaze complemented by the warmth of cinnamon and the kick of cayenne pepper. 322 more words