The pears are divine served with vanilla ice cream or chopped and stirred into Greek yogurt. (Thanks to Scrambler Ann Shioji for the recipe.)
This bright version of a perennial classic will have everyone at the table clamoring for more!
Silky-smooth, luscious, rich, and creamy are all words you could use to describe this chocolate-lover’s dream of a dessert!
French toast is a family favorite, but standing at the stove for 30 – 40 minutes flipping slices of bread isn’t the most fun, so I decided to use the broiler instead. The outcome was golden and crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, just how French toast should be. It makes enough for several breakfasts and was ready in 15 minutes. I call that a win! To make it even more coconutty, sprinkle a small amount of unsweetened shredded coconut on top which will add a fun crunch and texture. Serve with your favorite toppings such as maple syrup, honey, or jam
Bright, zesty flavor abounds in this simple version of a classic dessert!