I tend to think of Valentine’s Day as a gimmicky commercial scam, however, I’ll celebrate LOVE
any day of the week, and take any excuse to bake a romantic decadent dessert for the people I love. Which is where this Rose Saffron Tiramisu comes in!
This time of year, I just love creating Middle Eastern inspired LOVE
cakes. Rose, Cardamom, and Pistachio are all thought of as natural aphrodisiacs, and are often married together in Middle Eastern desserts. Last year I made a whimsical Gluten-Free Rose Read more […]
Nothing beats a fresh tangy lemon tart with raspberries on a warm late Spring day! Okay, a handcrafted ice cream cone might also be in the running.
But that sweet and sour pair of lemon and raspberries gets me every time, whatever form it takes.
When I was living in Australia, I realized that lemon tarts are a thing. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t really see them in the states. In Oz, you can find a lemon tart in almost any cafe, to be delightfully paired with a fresh cuppa, tea Read more […]
In case you missed the February newsletter, we are celebrating chocolate here at Kitchen Faerie Headquarters this month!
These salted chocolate chip tahini cookies are the perfect way to dive into a new love affair. Focus on cultivating a healthy relationship with this superfood, and hone in on how chocolate can best support your wellness and vitality.
Chocolate naturally releases serotonin, endorphins, and phenylethlyamine (known to some as the ‘love-drug’), and stimulates dopamine Read more […]
There’s nothing I love more on a Thanksgiving table than a slice of pumpkin pie perfection! With just about every other pumpkin-spiced this and that on this blog, it’s about time I shared my Paleo Pumpkin Pie recipe with you! It’s not too late to show your family and friends that you can enjoy clean versions of your favorite holiday classics, without any feelings of regret or a bloated belly. Start a new tradition with your loved ones this year–inspire and support each other to make health, wellness, Read more […]
One of my favorite things about typical Aussie food is that beetroot tends to show up in places you’d never expect, like on burgers for instance. And as much as I love beets in savoury foods, I think my favorite Aussie instillation of beetroot is its starring role in chocolate cake! Say whattt!!!! I like to think of it as the clean version of Red Velvet Cake. The cooked beetroot adds a velvety rich and deep red character to this flourless chocolate cake. Not to mention the added texture and richness Read more […]