When I was little, I remember making Nanaimo Bar Easter Eggs with my mom. I thought it would be a fun tradition to share with my kids, but I was disappointed that I couldn’t find directions online on how to make them. Needless to say that didn’t stop me from trying! It really is quite… Continue reading Nanaimo Bar Easter Eggs
While I absolutely love coffee, I’m not a huge fan of cold coffee, unless of course it’s in a Tiramisu. I love the fact that Tiramisu literally means: “pick me up”, “cheer me up”, “wake me up”. What a perfect name for a perfect dessert. This is the first time I’ve made Tiramisu, and I have… Continue reading Tiramisu
So I figured I’d continue the coconut theme from my last post. As I mentioned, when I made the coconut cream pie I ended up with extra egg whites and extra coconut. I hate wasting, so I searched around for ideas for other things to make with the egg whites. I have never made meringues… Continue reading Coconut Meringues
In one of my late night online retail therapy sessions I bought tins to make baked donuts. It’s not as if I needed another kitchen gadget, but I thought it might be fun for the kids. (Ok, Ok … fun for me). Anyway, those bad boys have been sitting in my cupboard for about 2… Continue reading Healthy Donuts – Two words you rarely see together
I have lived in East York for a decade now, and over that time various people have told me that I should try the cannoli from the North Pole Bakery, which is located at Danforth and Greenwood. To be honest, I don’t often walk along that part of the Danforth because it can be a bit sketchy, but… Continue reading Holy Cannoli!
I have never been able to say no to a cream pie, whether it be banana, coconut or chocolate. And fortunately my children have inherited that gene as well. I tend to make a lot of stuff from scratch, but this is one of the desserts, that in my humble opinion, tastes just as good… Continue reading Banana Cream Pie