We've all seen the cases filled with sad fruit tarts, stale cupcakes and cakes that are a bit past their prime. I decided to give a classic custard fruit tart a face lift and turn it into the boujee french dessert called mille-feuille (pronounced meal foyyy, for all of the non-French speakers like myself). It's got beautiful layers of crisp, buttery cookie, soft and creamy vanilla mousse and a bright, tart berry coulis!
Olivia is back in the kitchen to turn the tables on me, yet again! Today I'm tackling a French patisserie classic—macarons. We layer crunchy meringue cookies with soft marshmallow fluff and lightly bitter chocolate ganache. You'll want some more of these s'mores macarons!!
Swedish buns, called kanelbullar in Sweden, are really the original cinnamon roll! They’re often filled with cardamom and…