Cinnamon Rice Pudding

This cinnamon rice pudding doesn’t try to be fancy and elegant, nor does it want to. It’s made of accessible ingredients that are probably already in your pantry. This is one of those foods that takes us back to the good old days when we were kids.

Creme Brulee Cake

Crème brulee is a classic French dessert, which is the main inspiration for this wonderful cake! We recommend it for the way it balances flavors and textures, like the crunchy caramelized sugar and the creamy egg custard. Try it and it may make the top of your cake list!

Cocoa and Coconut Sweet Breads

We’ve made this simple dessert starting with just a homemade cake dough. Then we’ve cubed it, and flavored it with a nice mix of milk, cocoa, and sugar. And as a final touch, we’ve coated it with coconut flakes. We can tell you, there surely weren’t any leftovers!

Cream Puffs

Inspired from the classic French dessert choux, these cream puffs are light, fluffy, and perfect for a sweet treat. You can make the dough yourself, but to make it even simpler, you can buy regular pastry, and just shape it in your favorite way. We recommend serving them with whipped cream filling, and topped with chocolate and raspberries!

Cookie Flowers With Plum Jam

Made from a simple dough, but with generous amounts of butter, these delicious cookies are a welcomed treat for the week-ends! And with their beautiful floral aspect, they will surely turn frowns upside down. Top them with plum jam, and they will instantly teleport you into childhood!

Coconut Toast With Bananas and Maple Syrup

Want to treat your kids to a wonderful breakfast? Say no more! Just follow our recipe and nothing can go wrong! First, coat some bread slices with egg, milk and some refreshing coconut flakes. Cook them in butter, and top them with bananas, maple syrup and whatever toppings you prefer. It’s an awesome combination, both pleasant to the eye and taste buds!

Coconut Cashew Bites

Coconut Cashew Bites

This recipe reminds us that great desserts can be made with just a few ingredients. It mixes cashew nuts, coconut flakes, and agave in a great, and energizing dessert with zero amounts of sugar!

Caramelized Fruit Salad

Want to make a quick dessert using some leftover fruit? Well, here is one that’s also gluten-free. Use the fruit at your disposal, chop, and caramelize with some sugar. You can top everything with some raisins, cinnamon, and pumpkin seeds. And the salad is at its most tasty when served with a bit of ice cream on top!

Coffee Cake Muffins

With a crisp coffee flavor, these delicious muffins sure deserve to be tried at home. Another highlight is the delicious buttery crumble on top, which gives them a lot of layered flavor and texture. Plus, coffee and cinnamon are an amazing combo of aromas.

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