Posts tagged dessert
Lavender Beignets filled with fig preserves

Pillowy and elegant little doughnut squares infused with lavender, coated with lavender vanilla sugar and filled with delicious fig jam. From now on this will probably be the only beignet you will ever make.

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Roscón de Reyes: Spanish King Cake

Roscón de Reyes or Spanish King cake is a delicate brioche-like bread flavored with orange blossom water and dotted with festive candied or dried fruit. It’s a sweet bread that is perfect for brunch and dunked in coffee or hot chocolate Roscón de Reyes is short of heaven.

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Croustade: classic French apple pie

Crispy layers of phyllo dough filled with sweet and tangy apple goodness, flavored with orange blossom water, and cinnamon. This classic French apple pie will transport you to both South-western France and the Middle East. The best part is how incredibly easy it is to make with this fool proof technique.

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Hazelnut berry meringue cake

Who doesn't love celebrating Easter? What's not to love about chocolate and eggs and fluffy little animals? Boy, have I got the perfect cake for your Easter celebration. I've paired it with some great Easter history so you can wow your guests with it as well!

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