Baked Goods

Cheddar Scallion Biscuits | Wolf Gourmet

Apt2B Baking Co.’s Cheddar Scallion Biscuits

I didn’t grow up eating biscuits, but once I discovered Southern style buttermilk biscuits, and how easy they are to make, I couldn’t be stopped. They are always a welcome side dish in my house and this super savory cheddar scallion version is an all-time favorite. These biscuits are of the soft and fluffy variety, packed with lots of cheesy oniony goodness. They would make a fine accompaniment to just about any dinner plan, but are especially great with soup or chili or you could save them for breakfast to have alongside some soft scrambled eggs. The dough comes together… Read more

Fresh Herb Bread | Wolf Gourmet

Fresh Herb Bread from Pastry Affair

Freshly picked herbs bring a bold flavor and aroma to home cooked dishes. To have a selection of fresh herbs available in my kitchen, I started an outdoor herb garden this year, planting a range of seedlings consisting of rosemary, thyme, oregano, and basil. With plenty of sun and careful watering, the plants have quickly outgrown their planters, spilling over the edges and onto the ground. Now challenged with an overwhelming abundance of herbs, I have been finding new ways to include them in my everyday cooking, including with this fresh herb bread. The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven has a permanent… Read more

Paleo Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Paleo Double Chocolate Chip Cookies from The Roasted Root

There’s nothing like the scent of homemade cookies permeating your home. The comfort of the whole process – from preparing cookie dough to baking and consuming – is unparalleled! Rich, chocolatey cookies are one of my favorite indulgences, but as someone with many food intolerances, I need to be careful about the ingredients that go into my desserts. This double chocolate chip cookie recipe is grain-free, refined sugar-free, and paleo-friendly. Made with almond flour and sweetened with pure maple syrup, these cookies are on the healthier end of the dessert spectrum. Plus, they’re packed with rich chocolate flavor! Preparing the… Read more

Baked Orange Juice Donuts with Sucaritos Sprinkle | Wolf Gourmet

¡Hola! Jalapeño’s Baked Orange Juice Donuts with Sucaritos Sprinkle

I’ve fallen in love with an oven. It was innocent enough at first. I first fell for its looks, sleek and sexy on my countertop, but then I got to know it from the inside out and I’m sure the big, bulky oven I used to know will be relegated to Thanksgiving use only. The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven can do anything my standard oven can do: roast a chicken, broil a piece of fish, bake a pan of brownies (and I mean a full-sized pan, not just some miniature 8×8 situation) but it does it faster and more evenly… Read more

strawberry rhubarb explosion cake | @WolfGourmet

Strawberry Rhubarb Cake from Three Little Halves

A couple of years ago, I embarked on a mission to find the yummiest, most enticing, and most delicious recipe for fruit bread. The best fruit bread on this planet. Period. Just in case you are wondering, my search had nothing to do with culinary curiosity, nothing to do with a quest for excellence and kitchen supremacy. No, no, no, it was a different story altogether: my six-year-old daughter was refusing to eat fruits and an intervention was badly needed. Those who have a six-year-old will understand the magnitude of the effort. They know developing your child’s palate and diversifying… Read more

Molasses Ginger Bread | Wolf Gourmet 4-slice Toaster

Cottage Farm’s Molasses Ginger Loaf Cake

On a particularly early morning, I found myself sitting in one of London’s east end restaurants, working through details of a fast approaching and fairly high-pressure event. It was a misty wooly grey morning, and I had waited outside in the drizzle for someone to let me in. Being so early, the space was just a hair shy of warm, the ovens only having just begun their day’s labor. I ordered a cup of black coffee, imagining it would be the hottest thing on their early morning menu. A hand appeared in my peripheral vision and placed a plate in… Read more

Candied Pecans | Wolf Gourmet

A Welcomed Gift – Homemade Candied Pecans

Recreating recipes from fond memories is fun to do in your own kitchen, and these homemade candied pecans pay homage to the ones you may’ve had at the state fair. Do you recall the aroma of freshly roasted cinnamon and brown sugar wafting through the air at the fairgrounds? It was so enticing! There was always quite a crowd around the vendor every year. Our mom stood patiently in line to get each of us a bag. We were thrilled to get the little cone-shaped bag of nuts and ate them slowly, savoring each and every sweet and salty bite…. Read more

Apple Almond Muffins with Lemon Glaze

Treat Your Guests

It’s always nice to wake up to the scent of an apple muffin, especially when there is a chill in the air. This recipe adds oats and ground almonds for a satisfying texture and taste. Topped with a tangy lemon glaze, these delicious bites are healthy with a bit of decadence on top and would be a wonderful morning treat for holiday guests. Craft what you crave with the Wolf Gourmet high-performance blender. It offers complete control for complex recipes and pre-programmed settings for one touch smoothies and soups. Infinite speed control and quiet design are just the beginning.    … Read more

apple cake | Wolf Gourmet

Grandma’s Apple Cake

She never uses a recipe, just creams the butter and sugar, adds a few scoops of flour and a teaspoon or two of some other ingredients, dollops in sour cream and some chopped apples, stirs it all up in a cracked stoneware bowl and pours it into a baking dish generously greased with butter. Sliced almonds are sprinkled on top. She bakes it at 350. That’s all I have. You probably have one of these bakers in your life. There are no splattered cookbook pages or newspaper clippings from the 1980s in their kitchen. The classic stable of recipes is… Read more

WG-strawberry-crumble

Enjoy All the Berries with Mixed Berry Crisp

A favorite aunt used to bring a fruit crisp every Sunday for our family dinner. The winter months usually featured a homey, cinnamon-filled apple crisp, but by the time May rolled around, we were eagerly awaiting the change from apple crisp to some kind of berries. Strawberries were usually the first to appear. One-fruit crisps were her standby for years, and at her age she wasn’t making any changes. We pleaded with her to make a strawberry-rhubarb crisp too many times to count, and combining these two was as adventurous as she would get. Fast forward to today. There are… Read more

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