Chocolate chip cookies are the ultimate feel-good treat. And you’ll feel even better about these because they’re made with high-fiber dates and oats and chocolate chunks.
Serves 6 The word “clafoutis” used to intimidate me. It sounded so fancy and French, but it’s actually quite easy to make. Cherries are the classic fruit to make this …
Meyer Lemon Pound Cake
This delicious and versatile cake can be enjoyed on its own or topped with fresh berries. And if you have any left over, it makes an incredible French toast.
Nutty Chocolate Bark
You might have to kick everyone out of the house when you make this recipe. The aroma of melting chocolate is usually too much for my husband to bear, and I find him circling me in the kitchen, hoping I’ll let him lick a spatula or catch a few dribbles from the pot. This bark is really easy to make, but is quite impressive. Make a double batch for a neighbor or your tough-to-impress mother-in-law.
Blueberry Oat Bars
Picking fat, sweet blueberries with my mom is one of my most vivid childhood memories. Each summer we would fill up buckets at the pick-your-own farm, and then bring them home. After having our fill of fresh ones, we would freeze the rest to enjoy during the long and brutal Western New York winter. I loved adding some to my morning cereal and watching the milk freeze around the berries—fun!
Ginger Molasses Cookies
Looking for a soft, spicy molasses cookie? This one is perfect and even includes whole grains. So easy, so yummy!