Khachapuri is a decadent cheese bread from Georgia. There are many variations but this version takes on the traits of Adjaruli Khachapuri, shaped like a canoe, filled with a combination of salty and tangy cheeses, and topped with an egg yolk. We kicked up the flavor further by adding a bit of fresh nutmeg.
These Crustless Tartlets with Apples, Ham, and Cheese Apple and ham are an easy dish to prepare and is equally perfect for an appetizer, breakfast, brunch, or dinner. These little savory delights somehow feel both rustic and fancy. Plus, they are low-carb so you can feel good popping more than one!
This recipe for savory Crêpes with lemon-scented goat cheese filling is so easy and versatile (turn it from savory to sweet by swapping a few ingredients). It's equally perfect for brunch or dinner. A fried egg on top makes for an excellent light dinner or a drizzling of honey will sweeten any brunch.
This strawberry, apple, and açaí fruit crisp is loaded with antioxidants, fiber, protein, and even beneficial minerals, including magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Extremely easy to make and low in sugar, this is a surprisingly healthy dessert.
This slow-cooked plum butter is infused with Ceylon cinnamon and vanilla bean for an extraordinary flavor explosion. It's so simple to make and is the perfect accompaniment to toast, ice cream, or hot cereal!
Fall sweet potato pancakes with stone fruit and berry compote get a sweet upgrade with rosemary whipped cream and touch of Ugandan vanilla beans
Savory Quiche with Wild Mushrooms, Sautéed Leeks, and Italian Sausage Quiche is a simple, dish that is as suitable for just about any meal and occasion. It's custardy, meaty, earthy, and a bit of creamy fontina takes it to the next level of deliciousness.
This Bacon Rimmed Bloody Mary with Saffron is an excellent way to liven up the senses at morning brunch—especially after a long night. Saffron pairs wonderfully with tomato, citrus, and spice, brightening the classic cocktail.
This Vanilla Bean and White Peach Sparkling Wine Cocktail with flecks of Edible Gold not only looks stunning, but it is also absolutely delicious—perfectly fruity and fragrant without being overwhelmingly acidic or sweet. It's an excellent substitute for that brunch mimosa.
This twist on a Madeleines recipe brings the classic tea cookie to a new level of delish, using white chocolate ganache, brown butter, Ceylon cinnamon, and cloves.