GIRDLEBUSTER PIE. I confess: it was the title that lured me.
Tell me you don’t feel the same. I came across this in a recipe by Elinor Klivans, whom I often turn to for chocolatey solace, in her The Essential Chocolate Chip Cookbook, which includes the wonderful phrase “let the chocolate chips fall where they will”. Although her recipes always work to the letter, my recipe is not hers. I am inspired by the digestive and chocolate base and coffee ice cream filling (though if you’re feeding children, I’d suggest vanilla) but I like a butterscotchy topping, which sets the minute it hits the ice cream. Sometimes bits of ice cream bubble up to the surface, making the top gloriously Florentined.
And the joy of the girdlebuster (as it is known for short at home) is that, should there be any left, you can put it back into its dish and just stash in the freezer again for midnight feasts. Photo by Lis Parsons. Food - Recipes : Apple and toffee crumble pie. Cream, chocolate and salted caramel tart. Ingredients For the crust: 250 g all purpose flour (2 and 1/4 cups) 30 g powdered almonds (1/4 cup)150 g butter, cold, cut into cubes (1 stick + 1 tablespoon or 2/3 cup)80 g sugar (3/8 cup)1 egg1 pinch of salt1 pinch powdered vanilla.
Food, photography, life: Pumpkin Panna Cotta Tart with Gingersnap Macaroon Crust (AIP) Pumpkin pie, specifically my great grandma’s recipe, is the most quintessential Thanksgiving food in my opinion.
But creating an AIP version of her pumpkin pie has been a bigger challenge than I anticipated (and has involved multiple failed attempts). Once I combined Great Grandma’s pumpkin pie flavor profile with her gingersnap cookie flavor profile, I finally came close to something that tasted like the “normal” holidays. This holiday season is my first time navigating major holidays while following the Autoimmune Protocol. Food - Recipes : Grapefruit and pepper meringue tartlets. Hazelnut Caramel Tartlets. Deciding to eat food without gluten [mostly] has been a normal part of cooking the past year.
It wasn’t until the thought of creating desserts gluten-free did I start to look around and experiment with different sorts of recipes, one being an all-purpose gluten-free mix. The one being posted here is the most recent baking mix recipe that I find to be delightful, while still mimicking desserts that are with regular flour. I was very happy making these tartlets and working with the dough. It was surprisingly easier than I thought and better to work with than pâte sucrée with flour. And I just have to say, I love the texture of this crust. Here’s to an end of another great autumn month everyone! Gluten-Free Pâte Sucrée Recipe 2 cups gluten-free baking mix 6 Tablespoons unsalted butter, softened 1 cup confectioner’s sugar 1 large egg ¼ teaspoon sea salt.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Tartlets. I crave more of the tender quick breads and galettes, and J. craves desserts that are richer, such as these tarts.
While desserts at home change throughout the year, the age old peanut butter and chocolate combination is an ever present theme. I find that this recipe, as simple as it is, to be straight to the point, no fancy spun sugar, no voluptuous ribbons of butter cream or expensive boutique ingredients. There is nothing to distract you but pure joy. It takes a favorite treat to feel a little special these days here at home. Mini Chocolate and Salted Caramel Tarts (A Table For Two)
If you haven't followed my instagram (@billy.law) already, then you might have missed out on the little sneak peek of my upcoming cook - "MAN FOOD" which due out in August!
And I reckon you are going to love this book. Think bacon, salted caramel, deep fried, chocolate, and did I mention bacon? Yes, even the book cover is covered in bacon! Apart from bacon, I do have a soft and chewy spot for salted caramel. That sweet, dark brown, glossy toffee caramel with the hint of saltiness from the sea salt flakes, I can simply eat it by the spoonfuls. Maple Pecan Pie — Nourished Kitchen. In the Kitchen With: Ellise Pierce’s Pecan Salty Caramel Tart. This week’s recipe for a Pecan Salty Caramel Tart comes from blogger and cookbook author Ellise Pierce, also known as the Cowgirl Chef.
Ellise mixes elements of Texan and French cuisines to make her own fusion cooking. The pecan salty caramel tart draws on the pecan from her home state and the tart, a cornerstone of French pastry. The result is an incredibly sweet pie that is packed with pecans. (Warning: It is highly addictive!) The fleur de sel cuts through and balances out some of the sweetness, but there’s no way around it. About Ellise: Author of the cookbook Cowgirl Chef: Texas Cooking with a French Accent (Running Press) and the blog CowgirlChef.com, Pierce splits her time between Paris, Dallas-Fort Worth and Santa Fe, New Mexico, all places she calls home.
The full recipe continues after the jump . . . Pecan Salty Caramel TartelettesMakes twelve 3.25-inch (8.25 cm) tartelettes Ingredients Preparation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tip: You can make one big tart, too. Salted Caramel Bittersweet Chocolate Tart - Life Made Simple. Back when I worked at Sur La Table, I was constantly bookmarking recipes from the classes I worked in.
One of my (many) favorite desserts was a version of this tart. It was lacking what I think to be the best ingredient: homemade salted caramel sauce. If you’re like me and you love the combo of dark chocolate and caramel- you’ve got to make one of these babies ASAP! Ever since I shared these salted caramel cookie dough cups I’ve been on a huge caramel kick. Phish food ice cream, milk duds, and caramel straight from the jar… you name it, I’ve been snacking on it!
This tart isn’t very technical, although it does require extra care and is slightly time consuming. The sweet flaky pastry dough is flecked with vanilla bean while the filling is all cream, eggs and chocolate. Baking Tools & Ingredients You Will Need For This Recipe: Tart sa šljivama - Vita. Apple Tart in an Oat and Walnut Crust — Nourished Kitchen. Ricotta & blueberry tart with honey, lemon & lavender. I love a strange bird.
Food - Recipes : Tarte au citron. Lazy Mary's Lemon Tart Recipe - Food52.