Sweets

Oat and brown sugar topped apple crisp

The crisp air outside, the leaves turning orange, the last of summer’s produces and the appearance of all sorts of squash at the farmer’s market. It gets me excited for Winter! My house will consistently smell like soup and I will live in knitted sweaters.

Tamarind and chocolate chips cookies

Best cookies I’ve ever made and I made a lot… But it never turned out perfect : too sweet, overcooked, not soft enough in the center…etc. This ones are the combination of everything I love in a cookie : crunchy edges, soft center, not too sweet. Addictive. I used a secret ingredient : tamarind syrup. I don’t know if it changed a lot a things considering you don’t really taste it but really, it is the BOMB so I’ll believe it help. Tamarind syrup allows you to put less sugar in the batter and giv

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Rustic plums and thyme galette

I bought a lot of plums (like A LOT) and when I came back home, I tasted it. DISAPPOINTMENT. Too sour to be eaten like that, so very sour. So, as I was not going to throw all of my plums, I came up with the idea that a sweet galette would do it some good.

Chocolate layer cake + two chocolates frosting

There is always a good reason to bake a chocolate cake, at least I always find one. But this one, I had it in mind for quite a period of time but I was scared to try it! Never tried layered cake before, I do prefer savory food and I’m not the best at baking : all of this reasons are wrong. It was THE BEST cake! It is pretty simple to make and doesn’t require a ton of baking utensils. The cake is not very sweet so when paired with the chocolaty frosting, it is perfectly balanced. I may or may n

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Apricots clafoutis

I promised more summery recipes so here is one to make the most of the short apricots’ season. I love this recipe, the flavors are really balanced and delicate. A clafoutis that goes well with the sourness of apricots! You cook the apricots in butter and sugar first to make it less sour. It is really simple, no specific tools and it looks great on the table for dessert or tea time. You can replace the apricots with whatever floats your boat : cherries, apples, plums…etc or even put some rosema