Pastries

The Best Waffles Ever

Liege Waffles

Liege Waffles are the Best Ever! Last year, my husband and I spent a week touring the country of Belgium with extended stops in Bruges, Brussels, and Antwerp. Some of our fondest memories are of the food - fine Belgian chocolates, paper cones full of fries and of course, waffles. I came home a full 5 pounds heavier! Photo Credit: Liege Waffles When it comes to waffles, no one does it better than the Belgians. Around every street corner, you'll smell the sweet aroma of waffles being cooked and people snacking on little waffles in wax paper. One day in Brussels, we

What is a Scone and Where Did They Come From?

Scone Recipes

Few things are quite as delicious as the warmth of a fresh box of cookies and a hot cup of coffee, tea or cocoa - except maybe a scone. As you bite into your next scone, whether it’s from your oven or at your local gourmet coffee outlet, though, you may wonder exactly where scones come from. For those who may not appreciate scones quite as much as they should, a quick understanding of this delicious treat may be in order. Scones are basically a sweetened version of a biscuit. They’re a quick bread recipe, and like so many, they

The New Trend: Bacon on Desserts

Chocolate Covered Bacon

A breakfast that includes bacon can be nothing short of delicious. Just a few years ago, there were popular recipes that included bacon wrapped entrees, too. Take a chicken breast and wrap it in bacon, then throw it on the grill, and you have a juicy chicken breast that will change your opinion of chicken forever. These days, though, bacon isn’t just reserved for that morning meal or even your evening grill. Now, more than ever before, people are topping desserts with bacon or even using it as a key ingredient inside that final course. The Bacon Trend Bacon has

Easy Overnight Bundt Caramel Rolls

Easy Overnight Bundt Caramel Rolls

Everyone loves the ooey gooey deliciousness of caramel rolls fresh from the oven!  Start your weekend morning off right with this special treat.  You can make it with or without the nuts, depending on how your family like it. Ingredients: 1 cup crushed walnuts (optional) 1 package of frozen bread dough balls 1 package regular vanilla or butterscotch pudding (not instant!) 1/3 cup butter 1/2 cup brown sugar 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon cream (optional) Directions: 1. Grease a bundt pan well and sprinkle the crushed walnuts in the bottom of the pan. Place the package of FROZEN dough balls

Coconut Fritters (Mok-Si-Kyo)

Sago Sweet Recipe

Ingredients: 3/4 cup brown sugar 3 cups water 1 1/2 cups rice flour 1/8 tsp. baking soda 1/8 tsp. salt 3/4 cup flaked coconut 2 cups corn oil Cook the sugar and water until syrupy. Cool. Sift the rice flour, baking soda, and salt into a bowl; stir in the syrup and coconut. Let stand 2 hours. Heat the oil in a deep skillet; drop the batter by the tablespoon into it. Fry until browned on both sides.  

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