Tag: almond meal

Baking Recipes, Product Reviews, Simple cakes

Expectations and wishes over coffee and Chocolate Financier

Every time I sit down to write my first few posts of the year, I can’t help but think about the year that was. I guess that’s normal, considering I’m fairly sentimental, but I’m pretty sure by now you’re all tired of hearing about how quickly 2015 went by. And even though that’s applicable to …

Baking Recipes, Brownies & Bars, The Breakfast Bin

Bakewell Slices for an almondy mood

My week is finally winding down. With just little bits of business left to tie up, I’ve managed to squeeze in some time to write about these lovely bars. These bars, as you might have guessed, is based on the English Bakewell Tarts, which is something I have yet to try. (If anybody knows a …

Baking Recipes, Christmas & holidays, Cookies, Dearly Dreaming Dorie, From the books

{Countdown to Christmas} Of Linzer Sables and snow

I’ve always wondered about snow. The only time I was ever in a country with snow, it had already fallen and was beginning to melt away on the ground, leaving only wet, icy signs that it was ever there. I want to see it falling on me at least once in my lifetime, and then …

Baking Recipes, Bread-making, Christmas & holidays, Yeasted breads

{Countdown to Christmas} A Holiday Wreath for hanging in your tummy

Is it just me or does my title sound just a tad morbid? Anyways, since we were on the subject of yeast breads coming from my previous post, I was contemplating on doing some sort of Christmas yeast bread that is not a panettone. It wasn’t until I caught this very interesting-looking wreath bread on …

Baking Recipes, Cookies, Dearly Dreaming Dorie, From the books, Pies & Tarts

{Dearly Dreaming Dorie} Cobblers and Thumbprint Cookies

So I’ve recently been going through Dorie Greenspan’s Baking: From My Home To Yours. I just finished reading the whole book last night, and it’s no surprise that I’ve bookmarked almost every recipe! I can understand why Dorie’s book is a must have. Every recipe seems well thought out and homey, literally something you would enjoy …