And just in time for Thanksgiving! This tart has the slightest bite, the twang from the cranberries pairing beautifully (both literally, as you can see, as well as figuratively) with the nutty, crumbled crust.
This adapted version is gluten free and without any refined sugar. Woo hoo!
Though its a slightly time consuming one to make, the end result is gorgeous, as well as divinely delicious. In fact, one of the best desserts Ive ever had the pleasure of sampling, and its made by none other than Master Chef Maxx. Yes, this is his recipe :-).
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Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone 😀
Its been about one year since I began Sweet. Raw. Free, so yippee to it being a year of delicious desserts and enticing entrees (at least, I hope so), provided for both your tasting and viewing pleasures. I have certainly reveled in cooking, baking, and photographing up a storm in hopes that others will enjoy the fruits of my creativity and passion.
Additionally, also close to one year ago I posted a recipe for pumpkin cheesecake, as both cheesecake is one of my all-time favorite, most loved desserts, and pumpkin being an ever adored ingredient of mine (for both sweet and savory things).
That pumpkin cheesecake from a year past was pretty good. The spices in it were especially awesome. However, it wasn’t sweet enough. I knew this back when I made it (and totally spaced on altering the recipe to reflect such!), and recently a close family friend reflected a similar sentiment, reminding me of this. So with that said, I set out to create a new and improved version of my pumpkin cheesecake. With Thanksgiving seeming like a fitting time for such a venture. Here is the result: the new and improved Pumpkin Spice Gingersnap Cheesecake.
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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Obviously Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated here in Germany, so I am imagining all the people I love in the US crowding around full tables (probably at this very moment actually) with their families and loved ones, the surfaces heaped with DELECTABLE food in all manner of dishes, conversation, stories and laughter filling the room, candles aglow along the length of the spread. I love all of this. After the meal, a game of cards might break out, or everyone may cozy down in front of a movie. And of course, watching Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade here and there throughout the day as fun background filler is a must. And finally, once dusk gives way to night and people start to get the late night munchies, they head back into the kitchen to assemble a small plate of…drum roll…one of the best parts about Thanksgiving…LEFTOVERS!!!!
Therefore I thought with recipe #16, I would stick to the traditional-thanksgiving-foods theme, so here is an awesome Pumpkin Pie for you to sample and fall in love with. Alongside of stuffing (though not literally eaten together. That would be gross :-p), pumpkin pie is the most sought after item on the Thanksgiving spread for me. I could easily kill half a pie if you twisted my arm (or, even if you didn’t).
Yes, the crust on this recipe is a tad complicated but its WELL WORTH IT.
What is the must have item on your Thanksgiving menu?
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