Top 10 Summer Desserts

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Easiest Caramelized Peaches with Crumbled Pistachios

Easiest Caramelized Peaches with Crumbled Pistachios

Simplicity at its finest. When it’s peak peach season, peaches deserve to be the star of the show. Better yet, these Caramelized Peaches with Crumbled Pistachios take 10 minutes to make.  I’ve done a variety of methods to cook peaches- from pan-searing on a cast iron pan and grilling to poaching and making compote. Then […]

Strawberry & Cherry Buttermilk Cornmeal Cobbler

Strawberry & Cherry Buttermilk Cornmeal Cobbler

This Strawberry & Cherry Buttermilk Cornmeal Cobbler is my ideal summer dessert: an easy and breezy process (that takes about 20-30 minutes and is hard to mess up) and a result that ends in bubbling cooked down berries that fill your kitchen with a heavenly aroma. Seriously does it get any better than those few […]

Apricot, Orange & Creamcheese Danishes

Apricot, Orange & Creamcheese Danishes

These Apricot, Orange & Creamcheese Danishes remind me just how much I love puff pastry. IT’S SO GOOD. Dangerously good. It also makes this seemingly impressive danish actually really simple to make. Since the dough is an already prepared puff pastry, you can prep this whole recipe in about 15 minutes. The bake time is […]

Healthyish No Churn Peach Ice Cream

Healthyish No Churn Peach Ice Cream

First peach recipe of the season and it’s a keeper! I’m super excited about this No-Churn Honey Ice Cream with Jammy Peach Swirl. A creamy base made with honey laced with a peach compote is hard to beat. It’s a simple and straightforward process that requires minimal kitchen equipment. More uniquely: it has no refined […]

Honey Cornmeal Cake with Berries & Fresh Whip Cream

Honey Cornmeal Cake with Berries & Fresh Whip Cream

For me personally, I always load up on the fresh berries as much as possible for any dessert- and I don’t think I’m alone. This is my play on a trifle, but deconstructed so people can take as much or as little of each component as they want. It also allows you to make this […]

Simplest Roasted Strawberries

Simplest Roasted Strawberries

Ever make a recipe and wonder why you haven’t been making this for years? For me, that’s this one. I made this last week and immediately was blown away. Roasting concentrates flavor and balsamic adds a touch of complexity. Since then, I obsessively tried roasting at different temps and times to find the perfect match. […]

Simple Summer Pluot Torte

Simple Summer Pluot Torte

I’ve seen this torte from @nytcooking about a dozen times throughout my feed (they claim it to be their most famous recipe) And for good reason. It’s super simple and hits the spot. One bowl. A handful of ingredients. Straight forward directions.  Essentially, here’s what you do: Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs. Add flour. […]

Caramelized Peaches with Mascarpone Whip Cream

Caramelized Peaches with Mascarpone Whip Cream

I’ll be honest- I realized that for someone who loves ALL the stone fruit and buys one to two quarts of peaches, nectarines, and/or pluots a week, the number of recipes I have featured them is actually quite small. Luckily these Caramelized Peaches with Mascarpone Whip Cream is right up my alley. Here’s why: I’ve […]

Easy Summer Blueberry Spelt Cobbler

Easy Summer Blueberry Spelt Cobbler

I like to think of this as my lazy pie recipe. It has the essence of a summer berry pie- when that fruit smells HEAVENLY and is bubbling when you pull it out of the oven… with a fraction of the effort. As much as I love pie, I don’t always love the sometimes temperamental […]

Traditional Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Traditional Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

If I had to choose any traditional dessert to eat, it’d probably be pie. I mean, we even served it as a dessert at our wedding (best decision ever). And as far as flavors go, strawberry and rhubarb is probably my favorite combination. Pretty sure I single handedly devoured half a strawberry rhubarb pie on […]

Almond Rhubarb Snacking Cake

Almond Rhubarb Snacking Cake

Beyond just being absolutely delicious- this cake was eaten within 2 days about 3 people EASILY- I love this cake for a few reasons: It doesn’t require any equipment except a whisk and some bowls. As much as I love my standing mixer, I also love recipes that don’t require any equipment and are more […]

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  1. What delightful looking recipes…and, fabulous looking photography!!!

    Way to go, Kate!

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