How to Make Classic Tiramisu
Here's how to make a classic tiramisu, step-by-step. Made with whipped egg yolks, sugar, rum, mascarpone, and whipped cream, layered with coffee-dipped ladyfingers. Great make-ahead dessert for Christmas, Thanksgiving, and holiday parties.
Best Ever No-Bake Cheesecake
This No-Bake Cheesecake is the BEST recipe I've tried! Super creamy, supremely smooth and rich, it tastes like you slaved over it for hours but honestly takes a few minutes to prepare and the rest of the time it chills alone in the fridge. You'll love this simple recipe!
Ricotta Cake — SweetBites
If you have read my writings long enough, you know my love affair with pound cakes. Out of all the cakes – and believe me, I had my share of different types of cakes in my lifetime – the simple pound cakes grabs me every single time. Hands down. My wedding cake was a pound cake. Which was soaked in rum and filled… oh, wait were was I.. oh, yeah – sorry. But, like any baker (or cook) knows, we are always (and I truly mean ALWAYS) looking for the next best recipe of our favorite thing…
Delicious Lemon Ricotta Pound Cake | Alexandra's Kitchen
Source: Giada De Laurentiis ** UPDATE: If you love an olive oil cake, I've since adapted this recipe to use olive oil in place of butter. It's also a one-bowl job: One-Bowl Orange-Ricotta Pound Cake (Simple substitute lemon zest for the orange zest and fresh lemon juice for the orange liqueur.)** Notes: Important: You must use a 9x5-inch loaf pan or 10x5-inch loaf pan or something larger for this recipe, or, two 8x4-inch loaf pans, otherwise the batter may spill over into your oven, and…
Perfect Lemon Ricotta Bundt Cake | Del's cooking twist
Perfect lemon ricotta Bundt cake, deliciously flavored with lemon and made with an extremely moist texture. Quick and easy to prepare, this foolproof recipe is a keeper.
Junior's Famous Cheesecake Recipe - Food.com
When I orignally posted this back in Jan 2002, I said I had not tried this recipe because it looked like a lot of work. Flash forward to Easter 2007..I finally broke down and made this, and I was right, it is indeed, a lot of work. But it is so worth it. This tastes just like the Junior's cheesecake I ordered off of QVC. I made it again last night for a co-workers birthday and brought it in...everyone was swooning and begging for the recipe! Next time I make this I will make the sponge…