Dessert 38 results
  • Peanut Butter Cocoa Pebbles Treats

    It's time that I tell you all about the insane week I just had! So if you've been following me on Snapchat (Username: EitanBernath) then you know that I have been in Orlando having the time of my life. I have been at a waterpark, swam with dolphins, went to Harry Potter world, got driven around in a limo, flew on first class, and sleep in a huge three room suite. But what you didn't know is why I was there. It all started on one lazy Sunday morning while I was eating my bowl of Cocoa ...
  • Puff Pastry Churros

    This past week I've been having a blast at the Susie Fishbein and Friends Culinary Institute at Camp Nesher. Throughout the week I helped, my good friend, Naomi Nachman with her classes during the day and I did two demos at night. It was so much fun learning teaching and hanging out with Naomi and the students. I got to meet many other cool people such as Leah Amar, Temima Mayer, and Shirley Fass who work in the center. The two demos I did where the 7th grade and 8th grade girls' ...
  • Over-The-Top Patriotic Ice Cream

    Happy Fourth of July! It is officially July 4th weekend which means that the partying and red, white, and blue food are in full swing. I wanted to do something that was outrageous, yummy, and of course something with red, blue, and white. So I decided to dip a huge waffle cone into some melted white chocolate, rolled it into a ton of festive M&Ms and topped it off with a scoop of my ice cream recipe swirled some with more M&Ms. It is pure patriotic fun!   ...
  • Strawberry Shortcake Buiscut Towers

    I am super pumped for this week! Today I will be marching in the Israeli Day Parade. On Tuesday, I'm off to Canada for my school trip. Then the week ends with Shavuot! I love Shavot because it's one of the few holidays when we eat a lot of dairy. That means tons of yummy dairy desserts! I decided to go off the typical path of making a heavy cheesecake and am sharing with you all a lighter dessert. My Strawberry Shortcake Biscuit Towers are sure to rock ...
  • Brown Bag Muddy Buddies

    I have to warn you. If you are on a diet, you might not want to make this! This is probably one of the most addicting snacks I have ever come across. Trust me, I am a huge snacker. I would know. There is just something about the combination of peanut butter, chocolate, Chex cereal, and powdered sugar that is magical. Once you have one, you won't stop reaching for more. It's just that good. Now you might be thinking that it takes a lot work to make such an addictive ...
  • Basic French Macarons

    Happy Passover! (And Earth Day!) My favorite dessert to make for Passover is French Macarons. They are the delicate cookies with a crunchy exterior and weightless interior. They have a marshmallow-like, chewy texture in your mouth and are filled with everything from cream cheese to chocolate ganache. It has become a favorite in my house after I began making them a few Passovers ago. I also make sure to drop some off to my friend Ben's mom, who loves them! If there‚...
  • Berry Pavlova

    Why does my birthday have to fall out on Passover?!? Don't get me wrong. I love having a birthday in April. There is almost always good weather on my birthday. But the big downside of it is that every few years my birthday falls out on Passover. I love Passover. It might possibly be my favorite holiday. But that means that I can't have a cake or go out for dinner for my birthday. I happen to not be the biggest fan of cake. But it still is annoying. But as everything in life, I ...
  • Gluten Free Hamantashen

    A super yummy, gluten free Hamantaschen recipe! In my house, making Hamantaschen is an activity that includes the whole family. It is one my brother's favorite time to be in the kitchen! Every Purim we make Regular Hamantaschen and Gluten Free Hamantaschen for my mom. (By the way, my mom isn't gluten free by choice. I know it's trendy now to be gluten free. But I can assure you my mom definitely doesn't think so!) You can fill these with whatever you like. That's ...
  • Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies

    If you know me, then you know that I love anything and everything that is peanut butter. If it has peanuts or peanut butter in it, I am into it. I especially love peanut butter cookies. I am a cookie fanatic and I can't decide if i enjoy making them or eating them more. I actually really enjoy making cookies by hand, with a wooden spoon. One Yom Tov, I was in the mood for cookies but couldn't make them because I couldn't use the electric hand mixer. But I wasn't gonna let that stop ...
  • Peanut Butter Football Cookies

    I am always looking for quick and easy desserts. The kind that are great "go to's" for the last minute invite to someone's house for Shabbos. These cookies are the definition of a yummy, quick dessert. Also, all of the ingredients are in everybody's pantry. So if you need a last minute dessert to bring to a Super Bowl party these cookies are a great idea! I decided to jazz up the typical peanut butter cookie for the Super Bowl. It looks really impressive if you bring it to a party, ...
  • Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies

    I love meringues! There is just something about them that makes my sweet tooth go crazy. I have many memories of  my mom making meringues for Shabbos. She used the method of heating the oven to 400 then leaving the meringues in the oven over night with the oven off. It made them like little light airy clouds. I use a different cooking method. But both work fine.  
  • Deep Fried Chocolate Empanadas

    It's finally Chanukah! That means its time for fried food all week long! I especial love all the fried desserts. Last year I made Churros on Table for Two with Naomi Nachman on the Nachum Segal Network, which originate from Mexico. They were super yummy! This year I decided to do a fried dessert that originates from Portugal, Spain.  In this recipe I use California Gourmet Chocolate Chips. They are my favorite brand of quality chocolate chips. They are 45%-cocoa, ...