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Vegan Lemon Raspberry No-Bake Bars | Wifemamafoodie

Vegan Lemon Raspberry No-Bake Bars | Wifemamafoodie

Favorite Classic Crème Brûlée

Favorite Classic Crème Brûlée

The fluffiest and most tender rolls you could possibly eat, kicked up a few notches!  One amazing dough, three different fillings.  There’s the creamy Nutella filled, the gooey mozzarella stuffed and the timeless classic good ol’ butter.  These rolls are the answer to four types of people: The indecisive ones, who find it difficult to choose one...Read More »

Heavenly Crescent Rolls Ways) - The fluffiest and most tender rolls you could possible have, with 3 different fillings. There's the Nutella filled, the gooey mozzarella stuffed and the classic plain butter. (Homemade rolls, not from a can)

Halawet El Jibn (Sweet Cheese Rolls) A delectable Arabic dessert made from rolls of soft, sweet cheese dough that gets stuffed with clotted cream, adorned with pistachios and rose petal jam. A drizzle of orange blossom and rose water flavored syrup puts the final seal of perfection.

Halawet El Jibn (Sweet Cheese Rolls) A delectable Arabic dessert made from rolls of soft, sweet cheese dough that gets stuffed with clotted cream, adorned with pistachios and rose petal jam.

Lebanese Milk Ice Cream (Booza ala Haleeb) | Hadias Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese Milk Ice Cream (Booza ala Haleeb) | Hadias Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese ice cream recipe

Lebanese ice cream recipe

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Pistachio_Baklava_7

Bohsalino reminds me of my grandmother's kitchen and how dedicated she is as a cook and baker. I always watch her prepare this Lebanese dessert when she visits Lebanon. It used to look so complex to me: grinding the pistachios, magically turning them into a sweet paste, and sandwiching it with creamy kashta (fresh Lebanese…

Bohsalino reminds me of my grandmother's kitchen and how dedicated she is as a cook and baker. I always watch her prepare this Lebanese dessert when she visits Lebanon. It used to look so complex to me: grinding the pistachios, magically turning them into a sweet paste, and sandwiching it with creamy kashta (fresh Lebanese…