Individual Baked Brie Bites
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Individual Baked Brie Bites | Dawn's Recipes

I love baked brie, but sometimes it’s a little too much depending on the size of the group you’re entertaining. It’s also messy to cut and serve, so some guests will avoid cutting into it. If you make something bite-sized, however, people have a hard time not gobbling it up. That is why I love making these little brie bites. … Continue Reading →

Individual Chocolate Lava Cakes
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What? Another lava cake recipes? Isn’t every recipe blogger doing that? Okay, okay. But this is the last part of my red-themed-anti-Valentine’s Day dinner, and I wanted to post it. There are many different ways to make this moist, delicious cake with a melty center. Sometimes the center is made separately from the rest of the cake, sometimes not. Either way, I’ve never met a lava cake I didn’t like (and that’s saying something since I’m generally not a cake fan). I found this recipe on the Ghirardelli web site. (Hey, I might as well go to the pros.) It … Continue Reading →

Individual Lemon Meringue Tarts
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Individual Lemon Meringue Tarts

This is my second Daring Bakers challenge recipe, and I’m happy to say it was another success! I’ve never tasted meringue before, much less tried my hand at making it. It smells like angel cake when it’s baking and has a very similar flavor. The lemon curd was perfect – not too tart, not to eggy. All this on top of a crust that tastes like shortbread. Thanks to Jen of The Canadian Baker for the challenge. It is based on a lemon meringue pie recipe from Wanda’s Pie in the Sky by Wanda Beaver. Print Individual Lemon Meringue Tarts Prep Time: … Continue Reading →