Pumpkin cheesecake seems the perfect dessert for so many holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas… Come the first days of fall, and it’s like somebody pushes a button and all of a sudden, everyone yearns for something pumpkin-ish.
Have you ever known ANYONE who doesn’t just love rich, decadent cheesecake? Didn’t think so – so why not marry the two for the best Thanksgiving dessert ever?
But wait, am I hearing some moaning – something like cheesecake is really hard to make? Not at all! You can even use canned pumpkin[…]
Sure, pumpkin pie is the go-to dessert for Thanksgiving, but how about surprising your guest with an equally delicious though lighter dessert – something they won’t be expecting at all?
What is more satisfying than cracking that scrumptious hard caramel crust and diving through that sinfully creamy custard?
Can’t think of anything…
Prepare for some sharing – this is a dessert they’ll still be thanking you for come Christmas.[…]
Without a doubt, Halloween desserts are the most looked forward part of a Halloween meal. Sure, candy and costumes are the highlight of the day, but trick-or-treating is no fun on an empty stomach.
The thing is, desserts are time consuming to prepare – specially when decoration is involved. And this special day certainly gives Christmas a run for its money on that score.
But Halloween is almost here, so there’s no time to lose! Which is why I am going to let Anna Olson take over with her wagon load of inspiration for Halloween goodies.[…]
Sure, you can expedite the whole thing and simply purchase pre-made black icing from your nearest baking store.
But why take the risk and more than likely end up ruining the taste of your baked goodies?
Making truly black icing is no easy feat, but here’s a simple way to achieve a dark, evil looking icing for your next Halloween masterpieces without compromising taste.
Bats, cat & hats – Booo![…]
Making pumpkin pie ‘from scratch’ is a labor of love and takes time, but your taste buds will sure be thanking you! The pumpkin puree is made ahead of time, then the pie crust and finally, we combine the two for a delicious pie.
Fresh pumpkin tastes much better than its canned reincarnation, and it’s certainly healthier.
It’s not hard to make and when you consider that you can freeze some for later use, it is not only economical, but makes for good meal planning.[…]Share This!