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Whipped Chocolate Ganache Brioche Doughnuts

Whipped Chocolate Ganache Brioche Doughnuts

I’ve been feeling quite nostalgic of the late. I miss being able to just run down to the doughnut shop and grab a couple doughnuts without having to take out a loan *insert laugh* Times are changing, so at least I do have the option 

Black Forest Cake

Black Forest Cake

Cherry season is here! Every year I hesitate buying cherries because I personally prefer strawberries or raspberries. Then every year I’m reminded that I actually love cherries, maybe even more than strawberries. For those of you who know me and my journey, cake is actually 

Simple Sugar Tossed Doughnuts

Simple Sugar Tossed Doughnuts

A while back, I shared my favorite doughnut recipe with you all – Salted Caramel Brioche Doughnuts. They are sooo good! Honestly, it’s the best combination ever! However, that salted caramel is quite sweet so for someone like me, one doughnut is enough. To switch 

Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies

If you’re like 90% of the population who started making sourdough bread during the confinement, you may be looking for ways to use that sourdough discard. For those of you who are familiar with sourdough starters, you know how hungry they can get. Normally, I 

Easy Raspberry Tart

Easy Raspberry Tart

You asked and I’m answering! A couple weeks ago, I asked if there was anything that you all wanted to see more of. The most common request was more fresh fruit based desserts, now that we’re going into the warmer seasons. So this easy raspberry 

Expat Baking in France – A Complete Guide

Expat Baking in France – A Complete Guide

It’s been 8 years since I went through the growing pains of cooking abroad, that I had almost forgotten about it. It had been brought to my attention my a fellow expat (Hi Emma!) that it was difficult to find some of the ingredients in 

Almond Cream Turnovers

Almond Cream Turnovers

When it comes to nuts, I’m an almond girl through and through. Roasted, almond cream, almond croissants. If there’s almond’s in it, I’ve most likely had my fill! These almond cream turnovers are a tasty twist on Chaussons aux pommes and I’d have to admit, 

Puff Pastry Baked Apples

Puff Pastry Baked Apples

When I bake, either we give away most of it or Mr. Hubby takes it to work to share with his colleagues. In the last couple months, since we’ve been in confinement, we’ve been eating way too many desserts! So I was looking for ways 

Homemade Praliné

Homemade Praliné

Praliné, not to be confused with American pralines, first made it’s appearance in pastry history in the mid to late 1600’s. It has since become a paramount ingredient in French pastry. You can easily buy praliné at any major pastry supply store in France. Most 

Plum & Thyme Tarte Tatin

Plum & Thyme Tarte Tatin

The more often I cook, the more comfortable I am getting to creating my own recipes. I remember when I first started working on recipes, it would take be ages to get it right…What I have realized is that I was actually just over thinking