Have you ever baked a soufflé? Many of us are intimidated by this cooking technique. The whole idea of timing everything so you end up with a poofy delight can be overwhelming. I urge you to try this as soon as you can (it’s not as hard as you think!)
Every page is a visual feast. Gluten free recipes that will have you dashing to the kitchen to explore, create and tantalize your family and friends.
Aran grew up in the Basque region of Spain. She lived in a small town and learned about quality ingredients and cooking techniques at a young age from her family.
Recently I got to know her well on our Alaskan Culinary Retreat. She is a gal filled with knowledge, wisdom and is a true treat to know!
When Aran came to the US she was a pastry chef at the Ritz Carlton. When her and her family were diagnosed with a gluten intolerance she took action to make sure sure that her family could enjoy the foods they were used to ~ with a gluten free twist.
These days as more folks are getting diagnosed with intolerances we need books that bridge gaps so no one misses out on the great foods they love. The friendly tone, simple directions and easy to find ingredients will have you cooking recipes you never imagined possible!
In Small Plates & Sweet Treats you get to experience sweets and savories with recipes arranged by season.
The photos! I cannot begin to tell you how beautiful they are (though if you regularly visit Cannelle et Vanille than you know how talented she is) ~ this book would make a gorgeous gift and would display proudly on your coffee table.
Every recipe is accompanied by a photo. A feast for the eyes before you even get into the kitchen!
I am so proud of Aran. We both are mommies to 2 small children. We carefully balance careers that keep us on our toes. Aran is a true inspiration in so many ways. Her photography is stunning, her personal taste extraordinary and her skills in the kitchen ~ AMAZING!
Life here has been crazy busy. With that my recipes often need to be adapted to ingredients I have on hand.
I did make a few changes and adaptations to Aran’s recipe. The flavor and results were still wonderful! I used to stress over not having all of the ingredients for a recipe. These days I embrace that as an opportunity to learn more in the kitchen.
Lately I crave crispy, buttery fried sage leaves. Have you ever had this? Gently mix some fresh sage leaves in a pool of bubbly salted butter.
Watch as they transform into crispy, irresistible nibbles! I could eat them by the bowlful. They compliment the sweet potato soufflés nicely.
Enjoy this recipe, it’s the perfect season for comforting rustic flavors like this!
This recipe was adapted from Small Plates & Sweet Treats cookbook.
Soufflé Recipe Links
- Celeriac and Potato Soufflé Cook For Your Life
- Greek Yogurt Soufflé Jules Food
- Organic Chocolate Soufflés with Pears Fine Dining Lovers
- Salmon Soufflé Cooking Melangery
- Spiced Pumpkin Soufflé with Molasses Bourbon Chew Out Loud
- Three Cheese Soufflés The Food Fox