Delicious, rich, light peach and cream filling for crepes! Serve with iced coffee, orange juice, or water. Can be served hot or cold.
This cranberry-orange curd is not only easy to make, it makes the perfect accompaniment to baked goods and pastries over the holidays. If your prefer a smoother texture, press the cranberry mixture through a fine mesh sieve after blending in the food processor. This makes enough to fill a pint jar.
Thick, heavenly, and quick homemade whipped cream. The lemon adds a hint of light citrus, the vanilla warms and enriches the typically too-sugary treat. By adding these 2 ingredients, I cut the sugar in half!
Great for French toast, fruit dip, and desserts, or as a base for more elaborate recipes that use cream.
This is about the most amazing thing you will ever taste!
I intentionally do not add the zest like I would in regular lemon curd in order not to overpower the subtle elderflower taste. It is important to remove as much of the green stems of the elderflowers, as they are not edible, and if foraging them, make sure that it’s the flowers of black and not red elderflowers, and that they have not been sprayed with any chemicals.
The curd is delicious on its own, or as a mini tart filling.
Easy lemon custard pastry cream for lemon tartlets.
This delicious raspberry curd is quick and easy to make. Adjust the sweetness to your taste. Add more sugar if you like it sweet or less for a tarter taste. This curd is a great topping for cheesecakes or as a filling in cakes.
Sweet and juicy roasted strawberries with a bold strawberry flavor. Eat them on their own, or use as a topping for yogurt, ice cream, oatmeal, pancakes, or cake.
Lemony tart and just a little sweet. Wonderful on scones or croissants.
A creamy and tangy lemon curd with a background of coconut flavor. It’s easy to make but requires a lot of constant whisking; it’s worth it in the end! Serve on top of cake or perhaps sweet biscuits.