Apple fritters are more than a fall treat for me. They’re more than a donut. More than a dessert. They’re my test at donut shops. (One of) My sweetest weaknesses. Since I’m in full-blown apple mode this week, missing fall in the States, and have a team of ready and willing taste-testers around me, it seemed like the perfect time to give these apple fritters a try.
Loukoumades are bite-sized, deep-fried, honey-drizzled, cinnamon-sprinkled, and served warm for breakfast and snacks here in Greece. I fried my first batch last week, thanks to some helpful tips, and popped little bites between all my meals and trips in and out of the house. Energy bites, you know? And I’ve been told that these sweet …
This recipe for Belgian Waffles includes instructions on making the secret weapon – pearl sugar! Pearl sugar is in larger chunks and when those gorgeous chunks hit the waffle iron, they caramelize into crispy, gorgeous, waffle heaven.
Flaky, buttery, layered pastry dough for the most delicious danish pastries. Filled with cream cheese and cherry preserves, these are a perfect morning, afternoon, or after dinner snack.