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Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies with Coffee Ganache


We need chocolate and hazelnuts and coffee in our life. Right now. Full stop.   These chocolate hazelnut brownies come together so quick…in a flash. All your wet ingredients mingle together in a make-shift double boiler so that the chocolate and sugars get all melt-y and delicious. A quick whisk of the dry ingredients (and a sift if you’re feeling…

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Cherry Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe | recipe via DisplacedHousewife | rebecca firth

GIVEAWAY (yay!) + Tart Cherry Streusel Coffee Cake


GIVEAWAY CLOSED!!! First order of business, there’s a giveaway!!! I am so excited to partner with Oregon Fruit Products to give away a Nespresso VertuoPlus Coffee Maker + Espresso Machine + 12 beautiful fruity cans of Oregon Fruit Products, so you can make this gem year round!!! All you have to do is comment below on your favorite holiday breakfast,…

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Chocolate Pomegranate Holiday Parfaits Recipe | DisplacedHousewife

Chocolate Pomegranate Holiday Parfaits


Hey friends! We’re in full holiday mode right now…are you feeling it? I try to simplify everything this time of year because I’ve found I have a tendency to overdo and say yes to everything. Are you like that too? Nothing sucks the fun out of the holidays faster than being too busy to enjoy them. I’ve partnered with FAGE…

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Creamy Roasted Walnut Tahini Dip Recipe | DisplacedHousewife

Creamy Roasted Walnut Tahini Dip


This Creamy Roasted Walnut Tahini Dip post was done in collaboration with Diamond of California. A big thank you to them + you for supporting the brands I work with! xo Nut milk…nut creams…ladies and gentlemen, the time has come for nut dip. Yep. It’s happening.  I was really hard-pressed to not just feature roasted in-shell nuts. They remind me…

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Crème Fraîche Chocolate Chunk Cookies Recipe | Displaced Housewife

Crème Fraîche Chocolate Chunk Cookies


Aren’t you sick of cookies?!? It’s a question I get asked a lot since The Cookie Book came out and the answer is nope, not even a little bit. If you had witnessed how many cookies I consumed while testing this recipe, you would already know the answer to this question. I couldn’t stop. This is a really good cookie. It’s…

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Radicchio With Crispy Bacon, Creamy Avocado, Tillamook White Cheddar Dijon Dressing & Jammy Six-Minute Eggs


Have you been to Oregon? More specifically, the Tillamook Creamery? More importantly, have you mingled with Tillamook cows? I mean, I don’t want to start off bragging…but I experienced all of these things several weeks back. I’ve been working with Tillamook throughout the past year and when they flew me out to hang with them for just shy of a week,…

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Pecan Manchego Multigrain Crackers


Why haven’t we all been making our own crackers? This is the easiest (dare I say, foolproof?) dough that you will mess around with. It’s completely flexible…you pick the nuts, the cheese, the flours and make it your own. Crackers are one of those things that I never seem to have a fresh box of when I want them (does…

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Lemony Brussels Sprout Pignoli Pizza


Man oh MAN have I had some pizza cravings lately. And this combination of flavors has been my current go-to: bright bursts of lemon zest, slightly charred and crispy Brussels sprouts, bitter radicchio and toasted bits of pignolis (aka Diamond of California pine nuts). Sometimes I’ll add prosciutto (which is heaven) and other times sun-dried Kalamata olives (which I can’t…

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Dark Chocolate Dipped Alfajores With Olive Oil Dulce De Leche


This is part of a two-part post on my trip to Argentina with Lucini Italia to meet the growers (and learn more about) their Everyday Extra Virgin Olive OIl. Part One (here) has the recipe for these Dark Chocolate Alfajores With Olive Oil Dulce De Leche that were inspired by the trip. Part Two is all about where we went and stayed…

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Savory Pesto + Roasted Red Pepper Beer Buns


I have been playing with this recipe for Diamond of California for quite some time. I wanted to start with a dough that was nice and yeasty, full of life. I wanted it to be easy: a dough we could through together on a Wednesday, stash in the fridge and then come Friday or Saturday we could quickly roll it out…

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Almond Scented Meringues With Roasted Rhubarb + Berries


It’s been too long, hasn’t it? Working on my cookbook rekindled my love affair with meringues. So much so, that I wanted to make a beautiful dessert with it and was due for another recipe with Diamond Nuts of California, so voilá, here we are. These meringues are shatteringly crisp with just the essence of almond in there. To drive…

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Savory Truffle Mustard Knots


{This post is sponsored by Maille} I hope you have lots of festive occasions coming up this month and if so, I have the perfect holiday appetizer to share with you. I use one of my favorite doughs as a base (it’s a brioche dough with eggs and butter and lots of richness) and then fold in Parmesan, fresh thyme…

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Pumpkin Hazelnut Cheesecake


What’s that you say? You need one more holiday dessert to choose from? Ok. Yep. I got ya covered. This takes a nod from one of my first posts on DisplacedHousewife. It was a Salted Caramel Pumpkin Cheesecake and it went CRAZY on Instagram. It might have been my first recipe to do so. I wanted to reinvent her this…

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Dark Chocolate Pretzel Buns With Toasted Walnuts


I’ve been a wee bun obsessed as of late, have you noticed? I first saw pretzel buns several year’s back when Izy Hossack had a recipe in her first cookbook. I loveeddd the photo. And sometimes that’s all it takes with me. This particular dough recipe is the one I use for most of my breakfast roll/bun recipes…but this time…

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Overnight Raspberry Buns With Crème Fraîche


I’m thinking these raspberry buns should be on your Mother’s Day table… These are make-ahead raspberry buns that are given a quick rise the morning we’re brunching. We throw the dough and jam together the night before (or up to several days before) and then just let everything rest and flavor mingle. Our biggest concern will be champagne or screwdriver. I was…

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