This gooey, yet light mock version of “boiled” icing is easily made by a fool-proof technique for novices and seasoned cooks alike. My 7 Minute “Fake it” Frosting has great shine, luscious texture, and a delicate flavor. The best part is it can be used as a blank pallet for any flavored cake with a simple switch of extracts or toppings. Its versatility, and delectable flavor will make it a staple in your baking repertoire.Read More
My Lemon Bars with Cardamom have less than 1/2 the sugar of the average bar. But they still pack in the flavor, tang, and buttery goodness of a shortbread crust. There aren’t any weird “diet” ingredients, and still each comes in at around 237 calories vs the usual nearly 400 per square. Unlike other “low calorie/low sugar” recipes, this bar isn’t the size of your thumbnail in order to keep the calorie count low, and consequently your craving unsatisfied. These are at least 3″x2″, a real portion!Read More
The bitterness from deep, dark chocolate is enhanced by a touch of nutty Kahlua liqueur creating a smooth and romantic final course to a special meal. Top these little (Vegetarian) Restaurant-Level Chocolate Mousse; 5 ingredients & 190 calories. HeDoesXrayIDoFood.comjarred treats with fresh strawberries, raspberries, or perfumy cherries (if in season). Or, if you are up for a life changing experience, spoon a few ambrosial Italian Amarena Cherries along with a swirl of the syrup they swim in for a truly decadent touch. Go ahead, you deserve it!Read More
These scones are buttery, light, and perfect to include with your weekend breakfast spread. I add surprisingly little sugar to the dough, so most of their sweetness comes from what I consider to be the best frozen
blueberries on the market today.