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  • Quinoa and Oats Cherry Crisp

    This gluten-free quinoa and oat flakes topping is perfect on any kind of fruit crisp. Cornflakes can substitute for quinoa flakes and make the topping extra crispy.

  • Pear, Cranberry, and Apricot Compote with Orange and Clove

    Spoon warm compote over vanilla ice cream, pork roast or Greek yogurt—or serve it in a bowl accompanied by butter cookies. The compote keeps well in the refrigerator for one week.

  • Blackberry-Lemon Pecan Crisp

    This crisp may just be what Mother Nature had in mind when she created blackberries.

  • Lemon Yogurt Pie

    Sweet with a pinch of tart, a fluffy consistency still rich in flavor, this recipe melds seamlessly together all the delicious dichotomies expected in a Lemon Yogurt Pie. Add fresh raspberries for an extra kick that enhances the tangy juices of the lemon zest.

  • Irish Soda Bread with Maple Butter

    Score a cross in the top of the dough before baking to make the traditional cross shape, which is supposed to keep evil away.

  • Almond and Olive Oil Cake

    A cake enjoyed in cafes all over France, particularly in the southern parts is dense and moist, and made using olive oil and almonds – healthily delicious!

  • Vanilla-Ginger Crème Brulee

    Piquant ginger adds a slightly spicy tickle to the palate in this sophisticated twist on the classic crème brulee.

  • Black Forest Cake

    Assemble this glorious show-stopper of a cake just two hours before serving, but the cake layers may be baked a day ahead; wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerated. The cherries may also be prepared a day ahead, but the whipped cream should be made as the cake is assembled.

  • Pecan-Streusel Topped Pumpkin Pie

    Traditional pumpkin pie gets an added boost from this delightfully nutty, spicy topping, for a bit of crunch and extra flavor.

  • Jam-Filled Thumbprint Cookies

    Simple to bake, these cookies provide the perfect opportunity to involve your children in the baking process and to make your kitchen the center of family fun. Use different kinds of jams to fill the indentations in the dough for both color and flavor variation.

  • Leatherstocking Apple Pie with Cheddar Cheese

    “A pie without the cheese is like a kiss without the squeeze”—or so the saying goes in the Leatherstocking district of New York state. This region, named for deerskin pants worn by early settlers, was made famous by James Fennimore Cooper’s The Last of The Mohicans (which was one of his Leatherstocking Tales).

  • Raspberry Spiral Tea Snaps

    These cookies are the perfect finger food treat for an afternoon of entertaining friends and family.