10 Of Our Favorite Fall Baking Recipes
Pumpkin spice and all things nice — the flavors of fall are ones of comfort. As the weather starts to get chilly, come inside and spend an afternoon baking. Warm up your house with the smell of freshly baked goods and be sure and share the bounty with family and…
3 Dessert Recipes From The New Cookbook, The Italian Bakery
Discover the secrets of Italian pastry chefs!
Sesame Challah Monkey Bread
Sit around the table with friends and pull it apart with your fingers!
Ellen Thompson’s Sticky Buns
They’re less doughy than a cinnamon bun, have more brown sugar and the pecans bring a nice crunch.
Ricardo Larrivée’s Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie
This sweet recipe makes ooey-gooey soft cookies which you can cut into 24 (or just carve out a giant one for yourself!).
Sweet Tahini Rolls
These baked goods are simple to make, impressive to look at and loved by all.
15+ Summer Baked Goods To Bring Comfort To Your Kitchen
These sweets are perfect for backyard lounging (social distancing style)!
Apricot Tarte Tatin
Try this Apricot Tarte Tatin recipe from the new cookbook, Dinner in French. Using apricots instead of apples in a tarte Tatin transforms an inherently autumnal dessert into the very essence of summer. To keep things on the simpler side (relative to Tatin), I use purchased…
Kick-Start Your Fall Baking With The New Cookbook, Tartine, A Classic Revised
From one of the world’s most acclaimed bakery restaurants, this revised edition — by Tartine founders Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson — includes 68 fresh recipes, like melt-in-your-mouth Savory Scones stuffed with bacon, chives and Gruyère cheese and gooey Pecan Diamonds that are equally sweet and salty. It’s a…
Try this Pecan Diamonds recipe from the cookbook Tartine: A Classic Revised. With a slightly salty caramel filling on a pastry base, these nutty bites are completely addictive. Cooking the filling in a pot first and then finishing it in the oven creates a foolproof confection, yielding many for…
Try this Savory Scones recipe from the cookbook Tartine: A Classic Revised. Scone dough works really well as a vehicle for savory ingredients, especially highly flavored, lower moisture ones such as Gruyère and other firm cheeses, chopped chives, sautéed mushrooms, bacon, and ham. Spanish pimentón or fresh herbs make…
Cranberry Upside-Down Cake
Try this Cranberry Upside-Down Cake recipe from the cookbook Tartine: A Classic Revised. Our baker Carolyn has transformed what is usually a sweet summertime cake made with peaches or pineapple into a beautiful winter version using caramel-coated cranberries, which turn out of their baking mold perfectly juicy and glazed,…
Chef Anna Olson Shares Her Baking Essentials & Signature Lemon Squares Recipe
Known as Canada’s baking sweetheart, Anna Olson is every bit as sweet in person as she is on screen. In addition to being an Iron Chef, hosting several TV shows and authoring countless cookbooks, Anna is rounding out her empire with…
Triple Ginger Cookies
“This cookie recipe — one of my favorites — comes from Canadian opera singer Wendy Nielsen. Now head of voice at the University of Toronto, Wendy is a member of our Sunday Roast Club. Whenever she and her husband are hosting, these gingery cookies are the signature dessert.” – Laura Calder…
Chrissy Teigen’s Banana Bread
Try this recipe for Twitter’s (and Uncle Mike’s) Banana Bread from Chrissy Teigen’s new cookbook, Cravings: Hungry For More. Yes. This is THE banana bread. Perfecting this single recipe took me nearly a year. I tried a million different things. But! It turned out that putting the coconut inside left it…