Even those who claim to hate white chocolate will like these cakes. The white chocolate flavor comes through and the edges become slightly toasted, and the cakes are not too sweet or greasy. Balance out the rich sweetness with a gastrique of Cabernet vinegar and blackberries.
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An iced down twist on the classic Kir Royale, this updated version incorporates spicy ginger beer.
The definition of refreshing, this sangria works well for party since it's ready and prepped in the fridge.
This moist, blackberry-studded cake is topped with a layer of big buttery crumbs.
This light ice box pie is full of sweet blueberries and blackberries in a crunchy pretzel crust.
Crepes are livened up with a compote of tart rhubarb and sweet blackberries. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to turn this breakfast into an easy dessert.
Blackberry preserves get an unexpected exclamation point with fresh thyme and lemon zest in this crumbly, buttery cake that's a cinch to make.
Blackberries present a stunning contrast against the stark white buttermilk filling of this pie. Adapted from a tart recipe by Martha Stewart, the tangy filling will remind you of panna cotta and serves as the perfect backdrop for fresh fruit of all kinds.
This ice cream pairs a bright, slightly spicy lemon-ginger base with a dark, sweet, and tart blackberry swirl.
These thick, buttery bars are topped with chunky blackberry jam and toasted almonds.
The uses for this near-effortless syrup are endless: Stir it into summery cocktails, flutes of Champagne, or lemonade, swirl it into yogurt or oatmeal, or drizzle it over ice cream, cakes, and pies.
Blackberry liqueur, also known as creme de mure, is a summer must! It has the brightness of berries and the richness of a sophisticated liqueur all rolled into one.
Blackberries and lime form the backbone of this simple gin-based summer sipper.
This cake is rich and tangy with mascarpone cheese, spiked with sweet white wine. Once baked, the berries sink into the cake and burst, becoming a built-in layer of fresh jam, while the crumble melts and crisps into a cookie-like crust that provides wonderful textural contrast. Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or at room temperature with a cup of steaming coffee in the morning.
In this breakfast version of panzanella, croissants are toasted with cinnamon sugar and combined with a variety of fresh summer fruit.
You usually think of sage as a savory herb, but its camphorous, slightly minty aroma works well in this sweet drink made with blackberries and lemon.
This beautiful lemon layer cake is accented with blackberry preserves, white chocolate icing, and wafer cookies.
Made with blackberries and basil, this juicy and fresh vodka cocktail is the ideal thirst quencher on a hot day. Simply multiply the portions to serve out of a pitcher for a crowd. At Lucy's, they use Dripping Springs vodka.
These airy muffins have large pockets of fruit and a buttery crumb topping.
I love icebox cakes in the summer, when the thought of turning on an oven is too much to bear. This cake veers a bit from tradition, adding blackberries, pistachios, and pomegranate molasses in between layers of tea biscuits and rose water-infused whipped cream. It's sweet and creamy like an icebox cake should be, but tart berries and nutty pistachios keep things interesting.