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Collage of best recipes for lemon curd

Uses for Lemon Curd

You are in the right place to find the best uses for lemon curd! Here is a list of lemon curd recipes that will satisfy your craving for all things lemon. Find recipes for lemon cheesecake, lemon tarts, lemon cupcakes, lemon meringues, lemon breads, lemon cakes, and lemon pies just to name a few! To …

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Creamy orange curd on cutting board with white background

Orange Curd

Homemade orange curd is a creamy, bright and intensely orange fruit spread that practically bursts with flavor out of the jar! Make this easy curd in 20 minutes or less. What is orange curd? This orange curd recipe is a breeze to make. Curd is simply a mixture of fruit juice (and often the zest) …

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Two jars of lemon curd and meyer lemons

Meyer Lemon Curd

Meyer lemon curd is a vibrant, sweet fruit curd that is not to be missed during the winter months. Take advantage of the short window of time when meyer lemons are available and make this homemade curd in less than 20 minutes. What is fruit curd? Fruit curds are generally a mixture of fruit juice …

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Moist banana bread sliced on cutting board with 3 bananas

Gluten Free Banana Bread

Gluten free banana bread is a super moist quick bread that will become your go-to banana bread! Use a gluten free flour mix to make this banana bread gluten free. No one will know that the gluten is missing! Banana bread is a favorite at my house. When I switched to a gluten free diet …

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Uses for Plum Jam

Do you have a lot of plums? A plum tree or perhaps you’ve been shopping at Costco and brought home a ton of plums? Learning how to make plum jam is the first step in using an abundance of plum jams. Finding uses for plum jam is the next step that I hope to help …

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Jars of orange marmalade and other jams made at high altitude

High Altitude Canning

This is a guide to high altitude canning. Did you know that your elevation affects the process of canning preserves? You may need to adjust your processing time when using boiling water bath canning and the amount of pressure when using pressure canning. Whether you are a seasoned expert or a new beginner, learning how …

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Homemade calzone recipe

Homemade calzones are a step up from Friday pizza night. Make this easy dough recipe from King Arthur Flour then customize your toppings. Start simply with marinara sauce and cheese and progress to vegetable fillings, meat fillings or a combination of the two. Please note that as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. …

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Rugelach

Rugelach is a traditional Jewish pastry that is made with a cream cheese dough, filled with cinnamon and raisins, then rolled into crescent shaped cookies. I love these cookies at Christmastime too! What is rugelach? Rugelach is a cookie often made with a cream cheese or sour cream based dough. A filling of dried fruit, …

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Cashew Chocolate Bark

Cashew Chocolate Bark is an easy to make holiday treat! Start with gluten free graham crackers, add a layer of cashew butter and white chocolate, and top with a semi-sweet chocolate layer to create this no bake dessert. Make a double batch because holiday bark is perfect for gifts—plenty for you and your friends! This …

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Pear butter in small mason jar on cutting board with pears

Pear Butter in the Crock Pot

Pear butter isn’t “butter” in the true sense of the word. Dairy free, this fruit butter is apple butter’s cousin– a deeply spiced puree of fruit easily made in the Slow cooker, Instapot or Crock Pot. What is pear butter? Pear butter, or any fruit butter, is a smooth puree of fruit that has been …

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Pear ginger jam in a mason jar with white spoon

Pear Ginger Jam

Ginger Pear Jam is a small batch, old fashioned homemade jam made with no added pectin.  Ginger and pear come together to make a warmly spiced jam. Use this pear jam on toast, with meats, or as a substitute for applesauce.     This post was originally published in November 2012 and was updated in November …

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Gluten free pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting on gold wire baking rack

Pumpkin Bars {gluten free}

Gluten free pumpkin bars with cream cheese frosting are likely to be your most requested pumpkin dessert. These dense pumpkin bars studded with mini chocolate chips are the perfect gluten free dessert for your Thanksgiving table. This post is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market. I appreciate the opportunity to share recipes made with ingredients from brands …

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Ghost meringues with chocolate faces and pretend black spiders on a white background

Ghost Meringues

Ghost meringues are a perfect dessert for a Halloween party: easy to bake ahead of time and the recipe makes plenty for a crowd. Turn meringues into ghosts with a few pieces of chocolate. You’ll have fun with these spooky ghost meringues dripping in a scary strawberry sauce. Get ready for Halloween with this adorable …

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