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Zucchini Fritters

Yield 6 fritters Ingredients: 1/4 cup ricotta cheese 1 large egg, lightly beaten 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese 1 Tablespoons minced fresh parsley leaves 2 medium garlic cloves, minced 1/2 teaspoon grated lemon zest 2 small zucchini (or 1.5 medium), scrubbed and ends trimmed salt and ground black pepper 1 cup finely ground crackers (I Click here to continue reading…

Tiramisu Cake

I made this cake WAY back in March when I was starting to get a little stressed out by the blog. When we started blogging I had no idea how much work updating it frequently would be. I also started to put a lot of pressure on myself to only put up posts if I Click here to continue reading…

Super Easy Pumpkin Roll

Recently one of my best friends got a promotion at work. I wanted to make him something as congratulations and I knew it had to be a pumpkin roll. He is a fiend for pumpkin desserts and I’d been promising him one for years. I didn’t make it sooner because I didn’t own a jelly Click here to continue reading…

Orange Creamsicle Tart

All of my friends know that I’m a huge fan of fruit-flavored sodas. Grape is my top choice, but orange is a close second. When I was flipping through my copy of Baked Explorations: Classic American Desserts Reinvented I was immediately drawn to this recipe because it prominently features orange soda. I brought this tart Click here to continue reading…

Frosted Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

When I posted my homemade Twix recipe and listed my absolute favorite candies list, I noticed that many of you have a deep love for Peanut Butter Cups. Do you know how tempted I was to write “OH MY GOODNESS have I got a recipe for you?! My Frosted Peanut Butter Cup Brownies will make Click here to continue reading…

Chocolate Butterscotch Marshmallow Treats

I have a thing for marshmallow treats/rice Krispie treats/whatever you want to call because I don’t care/I just want to shove their gooey buttery deliciousness in my mouth. Perhaps I’m madly in love with them because I can chow down on cereal without having to drink milk or maybe it’s the melty marshmallow (melty is Click here to continue reading…

Cranberry Walnut Rugelach

I didn’t grow up eating rugelach, I’d actually never heard of it until I moved to New York, but I’ve been making it regularly since finding this recipe during the Food Network’s “12 Days of Cookies” a few holiday seasons ago. I really enjoy the process of making rugelach, it’s more time consuming and difficult Click here to continue reading…

Sufganiyot aka Jelly Doughnuts

I was first introduced to sufganiyot (the Hebrew word for doughnuts) two years ago when a boyfriend invited me to dinner with his aunt and uncle. He failed to mention his whole family would be there, parents, siblings, cousins and both sets of grandparents. I walked into a room of 20 people I had never Click here to continue reading…

Cookie Dough Truffles

This weekend was my boyfriend and my 2nd anniversary. I could have made him an elaborate dessert, but the reality is he doesn’t enjoy anything more than chocolate chip cookies. But I make him chocolate chip cookies all the time. For our anniversary it had to be something special. These truffles were the perfect solution. Click here to continue reading…