Palmier’s

Palmiers | Not Your Average Housewife

Palmier Cookies are basically a french elephant ear. They are crispy on the outside with a soft flaky center. These cookies were beyond easy to make and are perfect for an afternoon tea or sunday brunch treat. I personally , with the help of my husband, devoured a dozen of these in one night (they are just that good).But I’ll let you be the judge, try out this recipe and let me know what you think.

Palmier Recipe | Not Your Average Housewife

 

Happy Eating!

– Not Your Average Housewife

Tiramisu

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Say it with me tiramisu (tear-a- me-sue). Ahh the sweet coffee goodness that is magically layered into one perfect bite. Tiramisu is like love, it is sweet, deep , complex and can be a little naughty sometimes if there is enough rum in it. Tiramisu is one of my all time favorite desserts, when I was younger I self proclaimed myself an official tiramisu taster, demanding a sample in every italian restaurant I visited. So what better way than to start my blog off than with something I absolutely adore right? My ode to the tiramisu however, is not a normal one.
It all started with a phone call, my grandmother rang me one evening asking if my husband and I would like to come for dinner later on that week. Of course I said yes and asked if there was anything I could bring with me (if you are the kind of person that doesn’t offer to bring something, you’re just plain rude.) My grandmother asked if I could bring one of my desserts, so instantly my head started running with ideas, maybe a tart… no thats too simple. I wanted to impress them, I loved the idea of doing a chocolate shell and had never tried it before. Thats when it hit me, I decided to make tiramisu in a chocolate bowl.
Individual Tiramisu’s in Chocolate Bowls
(generously feeds 6 people)
Chocolate Bowls Recipe | Not Your Average Housewife
Tiramisu Recipe | Not Your Average Housewife
** Raw Egg Warning – Not Your Average Housewife suggests caution in consuming raw and lightly-cooked eggs due to the slight risk of Salmonella or other food-borne illness. To reduce this risk, we recommend you use only fresh, properly-refrigerated, clean, grade A or AA eggs with intact shells, and avoid contact between the yolks or whites and the shell.
I hope you all enjoy this recipe as much as I did while making it.
Happy Eating!
- Not Your Average Housewife