• Galette Des Rois

    I’m a bit late to post this Galette Des Rois recipe since it is made on January 6 of each year to celebrate Epiphany. Since a lot of you saw my Instagram story sharing my version, I decided to post it anyway because it’s an incredibly delicious pastry to serve anytime. I always say that nothing is

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  • Tarte Aux Fraises

    My all time favorite classic french dessert made with a buttery, crumbly pâte sucrée then topped with a silky rich vanilla crème pâtissière and delicious strawberries! Pâte Sucrée (recipe from Hint of Vanilla) 150g unsalted butter, room temperature 112g icing sugar 1g salt 50g eggs whisked (roughly 1 medium egg) 250g all-purpose flour 20g cornstarch

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  • Bey To Bay: Toscakaka Cake

    It took me awhile to write this post. I don’t even know how to start describing my obsession with this incredibly delicious Swedish cake. It’s the type of cake that you want to bake over and over again, show off at gatherings, and eat at least two slices with a cup of coffee. It’s simply

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  • Rhubarb Financier Tart with Rose Water

    This is what I consider a perfect spring time treat. The combination of the tart rhubarb, hint of rose, and lightly sweetened almond cake got me hooked the first time making this wonderful financier cake last spring. So when I first spotted rhubarb at the farmer’s market a few weeks ago, I immediately bought a pound to bake this

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  • Mango Lime Curd

    This smooth and luscious mango curd is perfect for topping tart slices, spreading on toast, or just serving it on the side with pastries. The sweetness level totally customizable, and it depends on how sweet the mangos are. Personally, I like a curd that’s tart and not too sweet. Store the curd in the fridge for up

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  • Orange Blossom Peach Pie with Whipped Labneh

    When I visit the farmer’s market on Sundays, I always buy a couple of necessary things like grape tomatoes, goat cheese, fresh farm eggs, herbs, mushrooms, berries, and of course tree ripened peaches. I can’t get enough of peaches during the summer time and they make wonderfully seasonal sweet pie fillings. The combination of the sweet peaches

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  • Strawberry Rhubarb Hand Pies

    I recently read a quote by Salvador Dali that said: “Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” That really struck me and made me think about how important is it to forgive yourself when trying to achieve perfection since nothing is perfect and we are all just a work in progress. We shouldn’t

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