This pie is filthy rich in flavour and melt-in-your-mouth dreamy. It takes a little while to put together, but it is very well worth it. Let me tell you, I am really excited to make it again.
Every time I make a batch of these peanuty, butterscotchy, marshmallowy squares, I wonder why I don’t do it all the time. They are, by far, one of the easiest sweets to pull off and really tasty as well.
Halloween time has rolled around. I’ve never been prepared enough to make a Halloween recipe, but I’ve finally pulled my self and my ingredients together in time to make a spooky treat. And by spooky, I mean really cute! Look at that bright green grass with cheerfully tawny gravestones. Adorable.
It’s berry season! Last year, after the rivers in Calgary flooded, Saskatoon berries on the banks were contaminated, and I couldn’t get my hands on any of the delicious fruit. … Continue reading
I wanted to make something special for my mom, and this was the ticket. Cream, sugar and chocolate equals the perfect dessert.
So, what would be a fun way to get the cheddar taste into an apple pie? I took inspiration from the numerous cinnamon bun pie crusts that I’ve seen floating around the internet and decided to substitute the cinnamon for some aged cheddar. Bingo. What a great combination.