Angel Food Cake

This light and fluffy 1800’s American creation helped Julia reclaim her love of cake in recovery. Made with the simplest of ingredients and topped with whipped cream, it was her dessert of choice for many birthday celebrations.

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Apple Crisp

What’s not to adore about warm baked fruit topped with a crispy streusel topping? While this fruity dessert is the best in the fall when local apples are fresh and abundant, we enjoy it year-round for the outstanding taste and nutrition.

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Blueberry Bread

Like our cranberry bread recipe, this basic sweet bread works well with most berries, fresh or frozen. A hint of citrus nicely compliments your berry of choice in this family favorite snack.

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Vanilla Cupcakes

We love these fluffy vanilla cupcakes so much that they’re our go-to dessert for many birthday celebrations. Topped with homemade cream cheese frosting and sprinkles, they’re a sweet treat!

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Koulourakia

These Greek ribbon-shaped cookies, infused with orange zest and topped with sesame seeds, are traditionally eaten on Easter. Whether you bring them to gatherings or keep them at home, their uniqueness and great taste are bound to please any crowd!

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Coconut Macaroons

These flourless Italian cookies, which were originally made with almond paste, have evolved significantly over time. When coconut replaced the almond paste, they became world-famous, especially for European Jews at Passover. Today, our family enjoys them both during the Jewish holidays and as a sweet and nutritious treat to have around the house.

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Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

The fresh lemon juice and zest greatly enhance the flavor of this scrumptious muffin recipe, while the poppy seeds provide the fluffy batter with nutrition and texture.

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Blondies

These tasty dessert bars are an excellent variation of classic brownies and the perfect treat for those like Julia who prefer vanilla to chocolate.

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