Poppy seeds are tiny powerhouses of nutrition that add a slightly nutty flavor and great texture to recipes. Pairing them with lemon is common in America with recipes ranging from scones to salad dressings to this delectable cake. We couldn’t think of a better recipe to end Nourish with than this one: a family favorite that’s equally decadent and delicious as it is healthy and nourishing.
These simple and delicious bars are sure to please any pie fan. Although cherry is our personal favorite, the recipe can be adapted for other fruit fillings as well. From blueberry to apple to peach, the options are abundant!
European in origin and similar to their savory cousin the quiche, tarts have a shortcrust, flavorful filling, and beautiful topping, usually of fresh fruit and a sweet glaze. This open-faced pie is sophisticated, stylish, and bound to impress.
Over the summer when zucchini grows in abundance in our garden, we pull out all our favorite zucchini-centric recipes. Light, moist, and delicious, this irresistible sweet bread is at the top of the list!
Like banana bread in a cookie form, these fan-favorite treats are soft, fluffy, and an excellent use for overripe bananas. For extra sweetness or calories, add ½ a cup of chocolate chips to the batter.
What’s not to love about zesty lemony custard topped with a fluffy meringue? It was an innovative female pastry chef and teacher in early 19th-century Philadelphia who first paired lemon custard and meringue and created this all-American dessert classic.
Cinnamon rolls, synonymous with cinnamon buns, are a classic American pastry that are fun to make and delicious to eat. A drizzle of homemade vanilla icing adds a touch of sweetness to the fluffy dough.
One of our favorite ingredients to cook with, coconut can be added to so many foods to enhance the taste, texture, and nutrition, including these cookies! Their simplicity, deliciousness, and high demand means we make them on a regular basis.