The simplest dessert is one that you don’t have to bake, like our simple ricotta pear steaks. The fruit is sliced and layered with a creamy spiced ricotta filling, and topped with chopped pistachios for touch of salty crunch. There’s no cooking required, and they’re healthier than other sweets. Get the recipe now.
The most flavorful peach, basil, and ricotta flatbreads are a quick and easy homemade appetizer. Creamy cheese, sweet and tart fruit, and herbs make for a fresh seasonal combo that can’t be beat. Plus, the einkorn crust has incredible texture, and you don’t need to wait for the dough to rise! Get the recipe now.
A fig tart with ricotta filling is just the dessert to bust out when this fresh fruit is in season. While a gorgeous recipe like this might look a little intimidating, the dish couldn’t be easier to make. The smooth and creamy filling is complemented by the tart and sweet fruit in the best way. Get the recipe now.
For a healthier and lighter carrot cake, make this spelt flour and sucanat version decorated with a fluffy ricotta frosting. Enjoy heavenly slices of cake speckled with vibrant carrots. Moist and spiced, it is nicely balanced by hints of pure maple syrup in the frosting. Learn how to make the recipe now.
Fresh, juicy peaches are one of the highlights of the season, and this simple crostini with ricotta and basil is the perfect dish to start off any summertime meal right. From brunch to barbecues, there’s no wrong time to serve this easy-to-make appetizer that features seasonal produce. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Lasagna is something of a Christmas tradition in Tim’s family, and meaty tomato sauce is one in mine, so last weekend we combined the two for a meaty, cheesy lasagna good enough for a festive family gathering on Christmas Day. We spent most of the afternoon making it—first the sauce and then assembling the lasagna …
The exclamation point at the end of this post’s title is a little gimmicky, I know. But if there were ever a time to use an exclamation point in a post title, this is it. As soon as I saw this post at The Kitchn about making homemade pasta in the food processor, I was …