This rustic dessert combines some of our favorite spices with fresh apples and a sweet, salty, and nutty topping. Use apples, plums, pears, or any combination of seasonal fruit. It's so easy and beyond delicious!
Find new ways to use nutmeg in food and beyond. This fantastic seed is wonderful in both sweet and savory concoctions and for more than just food and beverage applications. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Peaches and cream are great on their own; add vanilla bean, cinnamon, and rum, and it transforms into something spectacular. The preparation is effortless and, with the fantastic combination of sweet, tart, and savory—it will soon become your go-to dessert.
Double vanilla beans shortbread cookies for even the most die hard chocolate enthusiasts. This recipe makes use of both Madagascar Vanilla beans and Pure Vanilla extract for crispy, crunchy and dunk-able shortbread cookie. Such vanilla treats are perfect for any tea party or get together.
A delicious saffron cocktail made with almond milk, maple, and Ceylon cinnamon, and dark rum. Saffron is more than just a healthy ingredient capable of infusing bright color into culinary exploits. It also contributes a delightful flavor—one that is often unexpected, especially when it is found in a cocktail.