Free up your oven this Thanksgiving with this stovetop fruit crisp. The trick is in toasting the streusel in a skillet, which keeps it nice and crunchy.
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Yogurt-based panna cotta is a simple make-ahead brunch, easily elevated with a touch of vanilla and a topping of your favorite fruits and granola.
We all know the best part of a coffee cake is the crumb, which is why there is a heap of sweet pecan streusel topping this moist banana cake.
Streusel-topped coffee cake in single servings.
These muffins take the premise of the double chocolate muffin and twist it around. Chunks of roasted cocoa nibs in the streusel give you the essential bitterness of chocolate while chocolate bits in the crumb add sweet punch.
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The aromas from the simmering and baking quince make this pie more than worth the effort—and it's delicious, too.
This tart is simple but elegant. Feel free to substitute other fruit preserves if you have them on hand.
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