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All my favorites dessert recipes! And baking definitely is my favorite part!

Tous mes desserts favoris! Et “pâtisser” reste ce que je préfère!

Lemon Loaf – Cake au citron

Lemon based desserts are a guaranteed success among my guests, they please fruit lovers as well as chocolate ones: lemon pie, lemon cheesecake, key lime pie… and now my famous lemon loaf cake! This one is particularly soft with lots of moisture and comes topped with some lemon icing for the real sour touch. And, as you’ll soon get to see, it’s incredibly easy to make! Continue reading “Lemon Loaf – Cake au citron”

Pull-apart Brioche Pain Perdu

Now this recipe combines many things I love about food: the childhood pleasure of tearing things apart, the fun of eating with your hands, the buttery taste of Brioche and the american feel of French Toast… I’m sure you wanna know more by now! All you’ll need is a classic French toast prep, a big Brioche from the Bakery and an oven. Yes, you read right! no pan, no messiness here! you put it all together and you throw it in the oven, it’s that simple! Enjoy 🙂 Continue reading “Pull-apart Brioche Pain Perdu”

Marbré Pound Cake – Cake Marbré

Here come a big French classic, revisited the American way: meet the Marbré-style pound cake! An incredibly easy recipe perfect for breakfast as well as afternoon tea, which you can keep for several days without loosing any of its softness. Continue reading “Marbré Pound Cake – Cake Marbré”

Cinnamon pull-apart loaf – Brioche à la cannelle à effeuiller

Who said anything about post xmas dinner diet? Yes, it’s Monday, yes, we’ve had plenty of food to last through winter and still, I’m obsessed with this Cinnamon Pull-apart Brioche. I usually don’t like any recipe involving self-made dough (pizza, bread…) because so much can go wrong along the way ending up with a flat piece of bread and a messy kitchen. But this one’s very easy and 100% success guaranteed.  Continue reading “Cinnamon pull-apart loaf – Brioche à la cannelle à effeuiller”

Zucchini Nut Bread – Cake Courgettes et Noix

Yes, you are in the dessert section and this is not a mistake, this Zucchini bread has nothing to envy to our dearest Carrot cake and will satisfy any dessert cravings with a wintery feel. Continue reading “Zucchini Nut Bread – Cake Courgettes et Noix”

Banana Caramel French Toast – Pain Perdu Banane Caramel

Another delicious recipe made in USA for breakfast: French Toast which I twisted with Dulce de Leche Caramel and Bananas, perfect for Sunday brunch! Continue reading “Banana Caramel French Toast – Pain Perdu Banane Caramel”

The Original Pecan Pie – La Tarte à la Noix de Pécan

America’s got some of the best dessert recipes and Pecan Pie is one classic you should master to impress your guests! This one’s very easy and probably one of the quickest dessert recipes to prepare. Continue reading “The Original Pecan Pie – La Tarte à la Noix de Pécan”

Matcha, White Chocolate & Cranberries Cookies – Cookies Matcha, Chocolat blanc & Cranberries

Time has come for me to share my 2nd best cookie recipe with this Japanese-y take on the all-American sweet. No need to worry about the matcha’s bitterness, you can barely taste the flavor, it’s very sweet and mild… Plus, the white chocolate and the cranberries add this extra sweetness to balance it anyway! Something to please anyone, even those against matcha such as my better half! Plus you’ll enjoy making them as much as actually eating them. Just like my classic cookie recipe, this is an easy one: no waiting, no chilling the dough, just 9min in the oven… tadam! Continue reading “Matcha, White Chocolate & Cranberries Cookies – Cookies Matcha, Chocolat blanc & Cranberries”

Killer Banana Bread – Cake à la Banane de la mort qui tue

What’s more comforting and regressive than a banana? Did you too put bananas with milk chocolate in the microwave when you were a child? or maybe that’s juste me… I actually read in some scientific press title that it’s good to have a banana at night because it boosts your melatonin (sleep hormone) levels thereby acting as a soothing medium. Makes sense then that I feel so good while having a slice of my delicious Banana bread. That one’s a killer, trust me! And, again, its such an easy one! Have some very ripe bananes in stock? Go for it! Continue reading “Killer Banana Bread – Cake à la Banane de la mort qui tue”

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