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Almond extract - Page 2 of 3

  • Recipe

    Baked Apricot French Toast with Crunchy Corn Flake Streusel

    An overnight soak in apricot-almond custard creates a meltingly soft, creamy interior for this baked French toast dish, while the corn flake crumb topping offers a crisp contrast. This recipe…

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    Gluten-Free Poppy Seed Coffee Cake

    This beautiful Bundt cake will dress up any breakfast table. Poppy seeds can turn rancid when stored for a long time so be sure to taste your poppy seeds before…

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    Caramelized Pear Upside-Down Cakes with Cognac Whipped Cream

    The firm, slightly grainy texture of Bosc pears is perfect for baking because it helps the pears keep their shape, an important factor for the finished appearance of these cakes…

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    Almond Cake

    This is a splendid cake. Pilgrims and tourists who visit the great Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, where the relics of the apostle Saint James are believed to…

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    Almond Poppy Seed Pancakes

    I love the flavor of almonds in cakes, cookies, and muffins, and it also translates deliciously to pancakes. With almond paste, almond extract, and sliced toasted almonds, these pancakes are…

  • Recipe

    Dark Chocolate-Olive Oil Cake

    Full of rich, deeply chocolate flavor, you'd never guess it's the olive oil that gives this cake such moistness and character. You can use a stencil design to dust the…

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    Hazelnut Almond Crescents

    You can turn these into double almond crescents by replacing the hazelnuts with the same quantity of whole almonds, toasted and chopped. These cookies taste even better after a day…

  • Recipe

    Apricot-Almond Muffins

    Fresh apricots give a sweet-and-sour tang to these light, tender muffins. Create your own customized muffin recipe with the Recipe Maker.

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    Lattice-Top Peach Pie

    I macerate the peaches and boil the juices to concentrate them. This intensifies their peachiness and means you need less cornstarch thickener, thus preserving the fruit’s flavor.

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    Lattice-Top Cherry Pie

    This classic cherry pie uses sour cherries (not sweet cherries like Bings). During their brief season in early summer, sour cherries appear in some groceries and many farmers’ markets.

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