If you like dark chocolate and crave something sweet, here is an easy recipe that has no artificial ingredients or white sugar!
I bought 5 large stalks of rhubarb, and they turned out to make only 3 cups of chopped rhubarb, which wasn't enough to fill the pie. I added apples and the result was delicious. My recipe follows:
I have reduced the sugar in the traditional Chinese recipe by half and used powdered sugar rather than granulated, to lend a flaky texture. These easy cookies are a perfect little sweet ending to a vegetarian Asian dinner.
I have cut the sugars down in these cookies so they are just sweet enough. They bake up nicely and are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside.
This is a very basic, easy-to-make honey cake. It is based on on a recipe that is over 100 years old!
Shoofly pie is a molasses crumb pie that was originally developed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia. If you are looking for an unusual, historically significant treat, this may be the recipe for you!
Not too sweet, and full of fiber and protein, these vegan cookies are a healthy dessert or snack.
This old-fashioned spice cake is adapted from a 1954 Westinghouse Cookbook recipe. It is slathered with my creamy Mascarpone Caramel Icing. I hope it is as big a hit with your family, as it was with mine!
Want a quick dessert that is not too sweet and perfect for a lovely vegetarian meal? This cake will be just the thing!
Those Halloween pumpkins are ready now for some tasty pie baking, but boiling pumpkin makes them too watery. I like to roast them without any water at all!