Noga Coconut Pound Cake

This rich, coconutty, and bright pound cake from our baker Mymi is easy to make thanks to our seasonal mix, which combines the dry ingredients and ...

Apple Olive Oil Cake

For holidays, good days, and days that can be made better with a little cake, this upside-down apple cake starts with a few key steps and emerges f...

Holiday Challah

Inspired by the beautiful loaves Uri Scheft crafts, this Holiday Challah is baked complete with bowls for apples and honey.  The challah is great f...

Breeze Biscotti

The tea, anise, and lemon in Breeze are perfect for biscotti. I use both vanilla bean and vanilla extract to create a rich and round flavor, along ...

Borneo Tomato Tart

Heirloom tomatoes, parmesan cheese, and fresh basil get a perfumed seasoning with Borneo.  The long floral finish of long pepper with lemon and mac...

Basic Butter Pie Dough

The dough comes together easily with just a little effort and can be made in advance so it’s waiting for you when you are ready. The resulting crus...

Honey Butter Pie Dough

The dough comes together easily with just a little effort and can be made in advance so it’s waiting for you when you are ready.  It’s flaky and ve...

Peach Mish Galette

A good seasonal galette (or tart, or pie, etc.) is a great dish to have in your pocket. For holidays, specials occasions, and good Tuesdays this Pe...

Flatbread with Labne & Onion

Whole fennel and anise seeds baked into and onto these flatbreads give each bite a little crunch. With a cool topping of thick, tangy labne and cri...

Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies perfectly balance sweet and savory thanks to the Sweet Baking Blend and a healthy dose of flaky salt.

Mini Frittatas

These individual frittatas are great for brunch parties. Potatoes make them a satisfying main course that needs just a salad to become a complete m...

Chocolate Shortbread Sandwiches

Melted chocolate glues the cookies together and keeps them snappy while balancing their sweetness with its bitter edge. You can use chopped bit...