This recipe from Tartine combines an easy homemade chocolate cake base layered with ganache and homemade caramel. It’s moist and decadent, and would be the star of any celebration or birthday party.
When there isn’t time for pie, apple crisp is the way to go. It doesn’t require making a pie crust, and the dish comes together in the fraction of the time. So grab a friend and get peeling!
These decadent bites are mouthwatering and truly satisfying with a creamy chocolate ganache topped on a lovely textured cake. You can eat just one to get that chocolate craving satisfied, but who’s stopping you? Here are four tips for making this simple recipe even easier.
In this installment, I’ll be reviewing Orange Chiffon cake, a variation of Tartine’s Basic Chiffon Cake recipe. Light and airy with a vibrant citrus flavor, this is a great recipe to have under your belt.
An easy and impressive dish for any gathering, Clafoutis is perfect for brunch, alongside tea, or with ice-cream for dessert. Tartan’s recipe is spot on and comes together in minutes, and the best part: no crust needed!
These Chocolate Oatmeal Walnut Cookies from Tartine are the real deal. Soft, chewy, with plenty of texture and flavor. Use these 4 easy tips from the recipe to make any cookie the best cookie ever.
While frangipane cream is not very well known to the home baker, its mildly sweet flavor and versatile nature makes it a welcomed addition to any baker's repertoire. I tested Tartine's famous bakery's version of the recipe, to see what all the fuss is about.
Gougères are savory little puffs made from a simple variation on choux pastry. I was floored at how easy these pastries are to make and how impressive they are to eat, especially filled with ham and cheese. Read on for simple tips to make the process a little easier and get baking!
While Eclairs aren't my go to when it comes to favorite desserts, this recipe taught classic pastry methods, and the finished product is an impressive dessert (or midnight snack).