Category Archives: Desserts

ORANGE CHOCOLATE GLAZED COTTAGE CAKE

Bundt cakes generally have a dense crumb the better to hold the exotic turban shape of the bundt pan.  This is also the reason that bundt cake pans have a centre hole.  It allows the cake to bake more evenly.  … Continue reading

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FRENCH LEMON TART

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This traditional dough recipe for French tart is not difficult to make.  You must use a stand-mixer.  A hand-held mixer is not heavy enough to mix the dough.  The buttery dough makes a  delicate,crisp cookie-like crust.   The recipe makes enough … Continue reading

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FOUR APPLE CAKE

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Don’t you just love a cake you can whip up at a moments notice.  A cake that comes out of the oven and is ready to serve almost immediately.   One that is  a doodle to make.  And a cake that … Continue reading

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DOUBLE CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE BROWNIES WITH SEA SALT

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A double Chocolate Truffle Brownie is a creation so rich in chocolate, butter and cream that one taste gives you shivers of delight.  You melt the butter and chocolate and carefully stir it into the richest, darkest bowl of delight.  … Continue reading

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OATMEAL CRANBERRY RAISIN REFRIGERATOR COOKIES

OATMEAL CRANBERRY RAISIN REFRIGERATOR COOKIES Print : SLICE AND BAKE COOKIES Cuisine: old fashioned baking : Mrs Butterfingers : 20 mins : 18 mins : 38 mins : 50 Crisp and chewy buttery rich oatmeal cookies with raisins and dried … Continue reading

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BLUEBERRY SOUR CREAM COFFEE CAKE

We are surrounded by fields of blueberries.   In season  they are delicious eaten out of hand, sprinkled over home made ice cream  and  baked into muffins, pies and crumbles.  Our blueberry growing neighbors generously  share their bounty with us.  The … Continue reading

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CLAFOUTIS A LA RHUBARBE . . . Rhubarb Clafouti

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Clafouti of any kind makes a simple and wonderful desert, or an absolutely indulgent breakfast.   It’s the kind of dish I keep in my apron pocket for those times when I want to whip up a dessert on short notice.  … Continue reading

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HOW TO MAKE PERFECT CREME BRULEE

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  It is pure alchemy.  How could such simple ingredients  – eggs, milk, cream, sugar – bring grown men to their knees.  This recipe for crème brûlée  was always on the menu at our restaurant, Roxy’s Bistro.    We made … Continue reading

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BUTTER TARTS . . . the quintessential Canadian dessert

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I have shared hundreds of recipes on my food blog MRS. BUTTERFINGERS.  One recipe has been  extraordinarily popular.  It is my recipe for butter tarts. Hundreds of  cooks have down loaded the recipe  this quintessential Canadian dessert. The melt-in-your-mouth flaky … Continue reading

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ROASTED RHUBARB

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Roasted rhubarb!    Doesn’t it simply roll off your tongue.  Roasted rhubarb!  How intriguing.  How absolutely delicious.  Stalks of rhubarb roasted to sugary tartness.   This simple method allows you to roast pieces of rhubarb to a delicate tenderness that stays … Continue reading

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