Gallery of lisaiscooking
Cookies made with coconut flour, coconut milk, and shredded unsweetened coconut. Great flavor and texture
A classic Southern dessert with white chocolate added to the freshly whipped cream.
A tender, cinnamony coffee cake with the toasted wheat flavor of graham flour
An easy enough cake that I made over-complicated but learned a fantastic new way to make the frosting
Easy candies with sweet-salty flavors and great crunch too
Light as air meringue cookies with swirls of peanut butter in them.
A light dessert with shattering crisp phyllo cups filled with cooked apples and caramel syrup
A lighter kind of scones packed with dried fruits and frozen cranberries.
A dairy-free frozen dessert that’s just as good as ice cream.
A flavorful cake with a butterscotch rum glaze that lasts well if it doesn’t disappear right away.
A two-layer cookie technique that inspired lots of other ideas.
Festive, sparkly cookies that are much easier to make than they look.
A delicious, crumbly, crunchy cookie from 1947 made with hard-boiled egg yolks.
A cornmeal-like cookie with great flavor and a tender, cake-like texture.
Candied citrus is easy to make, and there are so many great ways to use it.
Mini pastry cups are filled with a thickened cranberry sauce with soft, whole cranberries and topped with fluffy meringue.
I finally crossed one more item off my kitchen to-do list, and these are the most delicious things I’ve ever baked.
A rich chocolate mousse, with a secret ingredient, topped with green fruits and pine nut brittle.
All the flavors of a caramel apple in a tidier, frozen dessert.
Delicious use of plums before they’re gone for the year - an Upside Down Cake.
Benne, or sesame, seeds give these little cookies great crunch.