Sifted: Quick Cinnamon Rolls, Maple-Cookie Butter Granola + More
By: Allison Milam
- When you have a hankering for fluffy, sticky cinnamon rolls — but no time or crowd to help you eat them — Dessert for Two's small-batch recipe comes to the rescue. Not only do these Quick Cinnamon Rolls come together using no yeast, they reach that delectable, buttery status with just 15 minutes in the oven.
- Blend the last of your stone fruit loot into a tangy Apricot Barbecue Sauce that can go on just about anything. Deepened with molasses and ignited with jalapeno and chile powder, this recipe may come from the herbivorous blog, Vegetarian Ventures, but we won't tell if you slather it on a meaty main.
- Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote is the kind of cake that will elicit ooos and aaahs with the very first look. Fine hazelnut meal makes for a nutty, toasted cake flavor under the vegan cream cheese frosting. Dolly and Oatmeal adds a couple of pristine figs tothe top tier for a striking, simple garnish.
- Financiers don't get nearly as much oven love as good ole' brownies, cookies and bars. But Honestly Yum's take on the small French cakes — Pistachio, Saffron & Rose Financiers — should change that. These beauties are the perfect excuse for a tea party, especially with a sugar-encrusted rose petal crowning each one.
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