Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Recipe Reviews

Recipe Reviews

Ghreyba (Coconut Moroccan Cookies)

This Ghreyba (Coconut Moroccan Cookies) recipe was outstanding! It made light, airy coconut cookies that were buttery with a hint of orange.

Moroccan Beef Stew

This Moroccan Beef Stew is full of succulent beef and chunks of vegetables in a thick, spicy broth that's just stunningly good.

Raspberry Truffle Brownies

These gluten- & dairy-free Raspberry Truffle Brownies are some of the best brownies ever! Tons of chocolate, chewy & a touch of raspberry.

Mediterranean Salmon in Parchment Paper

Mediterranean Salmon in Parchment Paper is an easy way to make a salmon fillet that's topped with ingredients made famous by the region.

Maple Syrup Cocktail

This Maple Syrup Cocktail is nice and sweet with a touch of maple flavor. I don't usually say this about sweet cocktails, but I want another!

Sweet Corn, Peppered Bacon and Shrimp Chowder

This Sweet Corn, Peppered Bacon and Shrimp Chowder was everything I hoped for and more! Sweet and salty plus some peppery spice all rolled into one meal.

Raspberry Mimosa Cocktail

Freshly made raspberry granita added to prosecco is positively brilliant! The result is a very sippable and pretty raspberry mimosa cocktail.

Healthy Acorn Squash Breakfast Bowl

I'm not a morning person, so this versatile make-ahead Healthy Acorn Squash Breakfast Bowl was perfect for me. The topping options are endless!

Coquito

Coquito is a traditional Christmas drink in Puerto Rico, and it puts a tropical, boozy twist on eggnog with spiced rum, coconut and cinnamon.

Rum Caramel Drizzled Eggnog Cheesecake

This Rum Caramel Drizzled Eggnog Cheesecake was a little slice of Christmas--literally! It was sweet, creamy, and had a boozy kick we loved.

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Ginger, Lime + Five-Spice Cocktail

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Five-spice seasoning in a cocktail might sound strange, but it's delightful! It's tangy and spicy with a touch of sweetness so you don't forget the vodka.

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