Baking Obsession

 Favorite dessert recipes and more

Month

October 2007

Kugelhopf

This is my son’s favorite cake. He calls it the jumping “hop-hop” cake. You can bake it in a 9-cup capacity bundt pan. It will not look that authentic but the taste will be the same.

Cranberry Walnut Upside-Down Cake

Maybe it seems like the winter time dessert, but I bake it during any season. Use the fresh berries when they are available and the frozen ones when you can’t get them fresh. Like the most of upside-down cakes, this… Continue reading →

Sage and Honey Cornbread

Don’t be afraid to use sage in the sweet bread. The flavor is very interesting and subtle.

French Toast

Here is a truly wonderful recipe in both taste and simplicity. You can assemble it a night before the weekend and let your family put it in the oven next morning while you are getting extra sleep. Although the aroma… Continue reading →

Fresh Fig and Pistachio Frangipane Tart

Despite the long description this dessert is not difficult to put together. And it can be done in stages over the several days. But the flavor is absolutely amazing and the result is definitely worth the efforts.

Amaretti with Espresso Mascarpone Filling

These cookies make a stylish ending of an Italian-themed dinner. The cookies can be baked in advance as well as the filling. Just be sure to assemble them right before serving. In case you really pressed for time and have… Continue reading →

Pumpkin Muffins

This is an adaptation of Dorie Greenspan’s muffins from her most recent book Baking: From My Home to Yours. I just made them a bit healthier replacing half of the flour with whole wheat and making them nut-free.

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