Dessert 29 results
  • Blueberry Cardamom Hand Pies

    A few weeks ago we had a fun day in Connnecticut where we went blueberry picking and out to dinner for delicious kosher Indian food for with Naomi Nachman's family.  It was a jam packed and super fun day catching up and , of course, talking a lot about food! Both the blueberry picking and the Indian food are what inspired to make this out of the box dessert...Blueberry Cardamom Hand Pies.  I mean, can a Southern classic with an Indian twist be any more on brand for me?!?&nb...
  • Rustic Berry Galette

    This delicious dessert that isn't easy as pie, it's easier! Let me break it down for you...Galette is a French term that refers to a variety of flat, round cakes, typically made with a flaky pastry/pie dough. As opposed to a tradtional pie, where the dough is places in a pie dish then the filling is places inside and finaly topped with more dough, a gallet is assembled differently. Instead, the filling is placed directly on top of a sheet of rolled out dough and then the edges of that ...
  • Party-Trick Peanut Butter Cake

    Today I am sharing a recipe from the newest cookbook I have added to my collection. The recipe is called “Party-Trick Peanut Butter Cake” from Molly on the Range by Molly Yeh. I have been looking forward to this post for so long and am pumped it is finally time to share it with you. Just in case you are living under a rock and never heard of Molly Yeh before, and by the way it’s pronounced “yay” not “yeah”, I am honored to introduce her  to you.  Molly is a mega ...
  • S’mores Pizza

    Last week two of my friends, Manny and Sam, came over to study math with me for the big math final the next day. Before they came, I made some pizza dough so that we could make pizza for lunch. After we ate the yummy pizza, we had some leftover dough and used it to make a S'mores Pizza for dessert. We had all the ingredients for it in the pantry so it was perfect! I have alway loved s'mores and consider pizza one of my favorite foods so I was excited to try this different ...
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Cakes

    Today is my 15th birthday! Wow...time has really flown. I am so grateful for everything that has happened this year. This was definitely the best year yet. Some of the highlights of this year were, meeting Lilly Singh, making cooking videos with Jamie Geller, working for Susie Fishbein, being hired as a professional food photographer, having a recipe of mine in a published cookbook, winning a trip to Orlando for my family from a box of cereal and much much more.  I am sure ...
  • Mini Balsamic Strawberry Pavlovas

    These Pavlovas have got my name written ALL over them! Hands down, pavlovas are my all time favorite dessert to eat on Passover.  They almost make up for how much I miss chocolate chip cookies. Speaking of chocolate chip cookies...I spend this week before the holiday stuffing my face with all the chocolate chip cookies that I can get my hands on. Being the cookieholic, that I am, I can barely go the eight days without my cookies. The struggle is real!  I am not 100% ...
  • Churro Hamantaschen

    It's official, Purim is less than a week away! Before you know it, everyone will be dressing up and eating tons of hamantaschen. Being the cookie fanatic that I am, I just can't eat enough hamantaschen. Aren't they just great? Every year the highlight of Purim, for me, is when my dad makes his amazing hamantaschen. It's really fun to make them with him in the kitchen. He even makes a surprisingly delicious gluten free hamantaschen for my mom. But, to be honest, I get tired of the typical&...
  • Mantecada Cakes

    Ok, can we talk about how good these look! These sweet and spongy, Spanish cakes are actually made with duck fat! Yes, that right! Only, my good friend, Melinda from Kitchen-Tested.com would come up with such a fun dessert as these. So as you can tell, I have Melinda Stauss guest posting this week, here on the blog. Melinda is one of the amazing foodie friends that I have been fortunate to make early on in my culinary career. I really consider her my mentor in the food blogging world. She ...
  • White Chocolate Indian Bark

    Yay! It is finally winter vacation! After my first semester of high school, it is nice to have a break. It has surely been a challenge to balance my school work and my "Chef Eitan Work", as I call it. I get home later and have more work than before, so I've had to be even more efficient with my time. I've learned to embrace my inner workaholic and use all the time that I can to do work. I really love what I do. Over vacation, I really like to experiment in the kitchen. I ...
  • Over-The-Top Peanut Butter Chocolate Milkshake

    Happy New Years! It is officially 2017 and I'm starting off the year with a bang! I have decided that this year I will start eating healthy. Today January 1, 2017, I am starting a Raw Vegan Cleanse. Only raw vegetables for me, no meat, no packages foods--Ok scratch that! I am starting this year off, the right way, with a huge peanut butter and chocolate milkshake made of  ice cream, peanut butter cups, crushed Butterfingers, chocolate sauce, and more. This totally decadent over the ...
  • Chanukah Sugar Cookies with Buttercream Frosting

    The weather is starting to get chilly which means Chanukah is around the corner! Besides the festive feel of the days, my favorite part of the holiday, as with most, is the special foods we make this time of the year.  I love consecutive days of yummy rich dairy meals of latkes with sour cream, doughnuts with cream filling, and for my family yummy butter cookies made with Breakstone’s Butter.   Cookies made with Breakstone’s Butter have a smoother texture than those made ...
  • Pumpkin Spice Buns

    Today is my Blogaversary! That mean that I have been weekly food blogging, here on CookWithChefEitan.com, for a full year! Also known as 52 weeks! Which mean 52 posts with recipes, articles, and photography all done by me. Who thought when I started that a 14 year old would be able to run a weekly food blog while also juggling a dual curriculum school? Everyone I knew thought I was crazy. But a year later I have showed them all that I could do it! I have to thank again Melinda ...