Five Spice Cinnamon Caramel Sandwich Cookies

This post has taken much longer to post! This year has been so crazy and has gone by ever so quick, what an unbelievable journey. Every holiday I write a post about cookies and it is here finally! I was inspired to make these cookies because of a beautiful five-spice powder that I bought fromRead more

Toasted Whole Grain Scones

I love toasted whole grains, it brings out their best flavours when making baked goods. I was very excited to receive a care package from Rogers Foods, a local grains company. I’ve always liked using Rogers flours, especially their whole rye flour and unbleached all-purpose flour. As a baker, I always bake with unbleached flourRead more

Galette des Rois

I have visited Paris in January twice, I was overwhelmed by the different versions of galette des rois available in almost every bakery I have been to. Galette des rois is traditionally served at Epiphany, January 6th. It is composed of two pieces of puff pastry baked with an almond filling, usually containing a “secret”Read more

Lemon Poppy Seed Bostock

I love combining North American classics with French pastries! Bostock is simply a slice of brioche dipped in orange-scented syrup and baked with a layer of almond cream and sliced almonds on top. The sweet and cake-like bread with a nutty and crunchy almond topping is a bite of heaven. I love baking with citrus,Read more

Fresh Kiwifruit Tarts with Coconut White Chocolate Cream

Have you ever had a yellow-fleshed kiwifruit? The first time I’ve ever had one was a Zespri SunGold kiwifruit, it was surprisingly juicy and sweet. Also, they are rich in nutrients such as vitamin C, E, potassium, and fiber. Just cut, scoop & enjoy! I love the beautiful look of the seeds in the center, and their crunchyRead more

Toasted Rye Raspberry Rhubarb Pie

What is it about rhubarb? I used to find it tasting merely mediocre, but the more I bake with it, the more I have come to like it. Strawberry and rhubarb is a classic combination, I often make jam with them when they are in season. But there’s something I Iove about raspberry and rhubarb. The floral notesRead more

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