I know I said I'm not a huge fan of rhubarb, but last Spring I tried PartySugar's raspberry rhubarb tart, and since then, I've been more open-minded about it. Now I appreciate the fruit's tangy, tart flavor, especially when foiled against another sweet fruit like raspberries or soft, airy whipped cream. Take advantage of this zippy vegetable's short season by using it to add bite to a rustic dessert. Opt for a simple oat crumble, or take the extra step to alternate compote with layers of streusel and cream. To see both recipes, read more
Party must be able to predict the future, well, at least mine, because this past weekend a friend dropped off a bushel of apples! After reading through your wonderful ideas and strongly debating on making those scrumptious apple and brie nachos, I opted for a traditional, exceptionally tasty apple crisp!
Like crumbles, crisps are very easy to make and require little prep work. For an extra crunchy texture, I added old-fashioned oats and freshly roasted walnuts to my crisp. Crisps are a delightful alternative to the classic, time-consuming holiday pie and are easily adaptable to include a variety of fruits. Whatever fruit you choose, always serve warm with a large dollop of whipped cream! Get started on your own and read more
Ah, apple crisp. It's my favorite fall dessert and is sublimely simple and absolutely delicious. Apples mixed with sugar, cinnamon, and butter make for an old fashioned, comforting dessert. Apple crisp is tasty when warm, at room temperature, and even cold, so pack it up and surprise your kids or spouse by placing this treat in their lunchbox. It would also make a nice finish to a picnic, and a great addition to a tailgate menu. Get the recipe now when you read more