Hazelnut Espresso Sandwich Cookies

These addicting cookies are a great way to start your day. You will love the nutty flavor and crispy texture, as well as how easy they are to make!

Hazelnut espresso coffee is a type of coffee beverage that is made with espresso, hazelnuts and whipped cream. It can be served either hot or cold. Read more in detail here: hazelnut espresso coffee.

Hazelnut Espresso Sandwich Cookies


Sandwich cookies have a particular place in my heart. They act as though they are an integral part of my existence. You’re almost eating two cookies at once. Then there’s the chocolate in the center. Come on, what’s not to like about that? This is especially true when the cookies are hazelnut espression sandwich cookies. Hello…do you come here often? (that’s my pick-up line).

My mom sent me this book, The Perfect Cookie, for Christmas, and I couldn’t stop dog-earing every other page while I was at home since each recipe looked absolutely… perfect. Mom cooked two meals from the book in the two weeks I was home, and they were both ridiculous. Then, since my mother is the greatest, a few weeks later, she sent me some cookies and a copy of the book in the mail. I felt I had to do something for you all right now, and here we are.

What are Hazelnut Espresso Sandwich Cookies, and how do you make them?

These Hazelnut Espresso Sandwich Cookies are every bit as delicious as they seem. Before these cookies, I had no idea that hazelnut and espresso were a good match. And now I’m completely devoted to it. There’s also a chocolate ganache in the middle. So, I’m a huge fan.


Sandwich Cookie Making Instructions

Each sandwich cookie recipe differs somewhat, but they all follow the same fundamental steps:

Make the cookie dough first.

Cookie dough, cookie dough, cookie dough, cookie dough, cookie dough, cookie dough, cookie You whisk the butter until it’s light and fluffy, then add the rest of the ingredients and go about your business. The fact that the dough must be chilled before rolling out makes these espresso hazelnut cookies a bit different. This keeps the dough from expanding too much in the oven.


2. Make the cookies in the following manner:

This step may differ somewhat amongst sandwich cookie recipes, so choose whatever way works best for you. I used a cookie cutter to make circles out of the dough for these chocolate espresso biscuits. However, I’ve also produced sandwich cookies by scooping out equal quantities of dough, rolling them into balls, and then flattening them slightly in my palms to achieve the appropriate shape. Both techniques need time and patience, so choose the option that best matches your needs.


3. Bake the cookies as follows:

There’s no surprise here! Don’t overbake these cookies since they’re so little and thin. They may not seem to be done in the oven, but they are.

4. Allow time for the cookies to cool:

Allow the cookies to cool fully before adding the ganache filling.

5. Put the sandwich cookies together:

Dollop some filling onto one cookie and sandwich another on top after it has cooled completely. You have the option of drizzling chocolate on top or leaving them plain.


How should sandwich cookies be stored?

If you fear you’ll have too many sandwich cookies left over, freeze a couple of them before putting them together. Then, when you’re ready to eat, create a small quantity of ganache and devour the sandwich cookies straight away. Put the cookies in an airtight container and store them on your counter if you believe you’ll be eating them before the end of the week. Before you know it, they’ll be gone!



Hazelnut Espresso Sandwich Cookies: a luscious chocolate ganache sandwiched between two hazelnut espresso cookies makes for a delicious treat.


  • 1 cup roasted and peeled hazelnuts
  • 2 1/2 cups flour (all-purpose)
  • a half teaspoon of salt
  • baking powder (1/2 teaspoon)
  • 1 cup softened unsalted butter
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar (granulated)
  • 1 big egg yolk + 1 large egg
  • 4 tablespoons espresso powder (instant)
  • vanilla extract (two tablespoons)
  • 3/4 gallon of heavy cream
  • 3 cups chocolate chips (bittersweet)


  1. In a food processor, pulse hazelnuts until finely ground, approximately 30 seconds. In a mixing dish, combine flour, salt, baking powder, and ground hazelnuts.
  2. 3 minutes on medium-high speed using a stand mixer equipped with a paddle attachment, beat butter and sugar until pale and fluffy. Beat in the egg and yolk, one at a time, along with the espresso powder and vanilla extract until well blended.
  3. Reduce the speed to low and add the flour mixture in three increments, scraping down the bowl as required. Divide the dough in half on the counter. Refrigerate for 1 hour after forming each half into a 5-inch disk and wrapping it securely in plastic wrap.
  4. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Preheat oven to 350°F. Line two baking pans with parchment paper. Allow 10 minutes for refrigerated dough to soften on the counter. On a lightly floured surface, roll 1 disk of dough into a 14-inch circle, approximately 1/8 inch thick. Cut 30 circles with a 2 1/2-inch round cookie cutter; position rounds 1/2 inch apart on prepared sheets. Reroll scraps once more, cut circles out of them, and place them on prepared sheets.
  5. Bake for 7 minutes, or until sides are gently browned, flipping sheets halfway through. Allow 5 minutes for cookies to cool on sheets before transferring to wire rack. Rep with the second dough disk. Allow cookies to cool fully before serving.
  6. In a small saucepan, heat cream over medium heat until it begins to boil. 1 3/4 cup chocolate chips in a mixing bowl Cover and set aside for 5 minutes after pouring hot cream over chocolate chunks. Whisk the chocolate mixture until it is completely smooth. Refrigerate ganache, uncovered, for approximately 40 minutes, stirring regularly.
  7. Cover bottom half of cookies with 2 tablespoons ganache, then top with remaining cookies, pressing gently to adhere. In a microwave-safe basin, melt the remaining 1 1/4 cup chocolate chips at 50% power for 2 to 3 minutes, stirring regularly. Drizzle chocolate over the cookies and leave in the refrigerator for 30 minutes before serving.

Espresso, coffee, dreamy, hazelnut, and nutella are some of the phrases that come to mind while thinking about this recipe.

More sandwich cookie recipes may be found at:

Sandwich Cookies with Espresso Brownie

Sandwich Cookies with Chai Latte

Sandwich Cookies with Dark Chocolate and Peanut Butter

Linzer Cookies with Gingerbread

Sandwich Cookies with Lemon Poppyseeds

Chilling To Focus

This hyperconnected 12-hour-a-day dinging, chiming, buzzing, and ringing, as well as scrolling, browsing, clicking, refreshing, typing, messaging, and laughing-crying-emoji-ing? Is obstructing your ability to concentrate.

It’s time for you to relax, brah.

So you can think about what’s going on in your company.

So that you may re-energize.


Here’s what I’ve been up to in the hopes that it would be of use to you:

1) In the morning, instead of turning over, I check my phone. Before I can even look at it, I have to be awake for an hour.

2) Throughout the day, take a lot of calm, deep breathes.

3) I put on my BeatsX Earphones and began working. They’re even better than earplugs in blocking out sounds. To the point that, when jogging with them outdoors the other day, I was nearly hit by an Escalade. Seriously, I can’t hear anything. When you work with them in, you feel hyper-focused. Then, if you need to watch a video, the sound quality is excellent.

4) I tidied up my workplace. This helped to clear my thoughts.

5) The rule of two tabs. Chrome should only have two tabs active at a time. And typically it’s only one; but, there are moments when I need to switch between reading and taking notes, so there are two.

6) Everything simple is postponed to the afternoon. Mornings are for complicated, creative jobs — the stuff that pays the bills. Anything a drunk chimp could do after 2 p.m. has to happen after that. It is a more efficient use of energy.

7) An hour of cardio every day is recommended. Period. If I’m in bad shape, it’ll be a long walk, but it needs to be done. When I do this, I feel more happy and think more clearly.

8) Get some fresh air. It doesn’t matter whether you’re doing exercise outdoors or driving with the windows down. Side note: if you’re feeling down, psychologically or physically, get in the hooptie and go for a ride. There’s something about that movement that appeals to me. It’s soothing. And, although I understand that it puts children to sleep, it almost gives me a second wind.

9) Spend less time working and more time reading, reflecting, and thinking. It never fails: when I’m the busy and most stressed? These are the moments when I make the least money.

10) During cardio exercises, I listen to The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch, which I re-listen to approximately once a month. In business, I haven’t had many ah-ha! moments, but this is one of them — and by far the most crucial.

Chili peppers are available in a variety of forms, sizes, and hues. You may find anything here, from orange and red striped variations to entirely black ones.

The black pearl pepper is one of the numerous types planted for decorative reasons. Dark foliage and dark peppers that ripen from purple to red characterize these lovely plants.

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Black pearl pepper plant with ripe red podsPlant with black pearl peppers.

Characteristics of the Black Pearl Pepper Plant

While most pepper types are planted for food, decorative pepper variants are often used as landscape edging. This is due to the fact that the variations were created with aesthetics in mind.

The Capsicum annuum species of chilies produces the black pearl pepper plant. Plants grow to reach around 1-2 feet tall and yield tiny, berry-shaped fruits with a diameter of about 1/2 inch. This renders the plant unfit for human consumption, although it does look lovely!

Unlike virtually every other type I’ve produced, the leaves have a dark, practically black gloss. The darker the foliage becomes, the more sun it receives. In 2006, the AAS awarded the black pearl an award for its outstanding qualities.

Black pearl peppers are deep purple in color and become red when mature. The presence of anthocyanins, or the “purple pigment,” which is triggered by light, gives the leaves and peppers their dark color.

Ornamental black pearl pepper plantUnripe fruits on a black pearl pepper plant.

Before the peppers appear, the blooms are a rich and brilliant purple hue, putting on a display. When placed behind brighter blooms or foliage, the black pearl plant’s dark hues provide a striking contrast.

Is it possible to eat black pearl peppers? Although black pearl peppers are mostly used for decoration, they are also edible (and rather hot!). The taste is comparable to that of a red bell pepper, but it has a bit of a bite to it.

Scoville Scale for Black Pearl Peppers

Though many people cultivate these plants for their aesthetic value, they may also be used to flavor meals. The heat is comparable to that of a cayenne pepper, with roughly 30,000 Scoville units (SHUs) on the Scoville scale.

Peppers with Black Pearls

Fortunately, cultivating black pearl peppers is simple! Throughout the summer, the plants organically branch out, generating more and more clusters of purple and red pods.

The plants are simple to care for and do not need any trimming or staking. They are extremely drought and heat resilient, needing minimal maintenance during the growing season.

Young Black Pearl Pepper Plant.Plant of black pearl pepper, young.

Plant black pearl peppers in full sun to moderate shade. The darker the leaves and peppers get as the plant receives more sunlight.

Plants take 120 days or more to completely develop pods, but they are visually appealing from beginning to end. I propose combining the black pearl with other plants, such as flowers or other pepper kinds, in a big pot.

Variety of peppers:

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One of the first s! Calvin enjoys traveling and performing music when he isn’t gardening or learning more about peppers and botany.

To Hong Kong Wide Open 4+ Passengers, American Airlines First Class Awards

on November 24, 2021 by Gary Leff

Premium class international saver award space is nearly never available on American Airlines. However, you may be able to discover availability for a few extra miles on occasion. This implies that American AAdvantage members have access to the seats, but partners do not. This is the case with American Airlines’ Dallas Fort Worth – Hong Kong trip, which is set to resume operation by the end of March 2022.

There are plenty of days available in April, July, August, September, and October 2022 for two travelers in first class on the Dallas – Hong Kong journey for 84,000 AAdvantage points each. There’s a chance that next year, you’ll be able to visit Hong Kong or use this trip to continue your journey around Asia on American’s partner Cathay Pacific.

Because Dallas is an important connecting point for much of the nation, availability on American’s Dallas route is excellent. There’s enough room for two people here, but from July to October, there’s practically enough room for four or more passengers at this price.


The Boeing 777-300ERs are the only long-haul aircraft in American Airlines’ fleet that have first class.

1624545067_425_American-Airlines-Gifting-Free-Elite-Status-To-Many-Flyers-Cheapening Credit: American Airlines, Boeing 777-300ER First Class

When it was originally launched over a decade ago, the American Airlines first class seat wasn’t one of the best in the business. Even when you consider the service that American’s flight attendants frequently fail to offer in the cabin, with dinner service that is closer to business class and bar service that also lags, American’s international first class isn’t a competitive product.

It does, however, include access to American’s Flagship First Dining, which has reopened in New York and Miami, and is expected to reopen in Dallas shortly. Those are genuinely fairly great amenities.

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1623259388_765_American-Is-Re-Opening-Its-International-Business-Most-First-Class Corn Chowder in Miami with Corn Fritters

I don’t like it when American doesn’t make these prizes accessible at the saving level, even when it’s cheaper than saver, as it often is. The balance of payments is unbalanced when partner frequent flyer programs can’t redeem on American but AAdvantage members may. Because of the stinginess of its inventory management, American experiences a net cost for partner rewards, not because of the high redemption activity of its own members.

Nonetheless, with net cash out the door paying partners for rewards (unabated by awards their members claim on American), it’s easy for the program to determine that its partner award expenditure is excessive — and discount partner award prices to compensate. In other words, although it may seem like American is conserving space for its own members at first appearance, making seats accessible solely to its own members may result in devaluation in reality.

More From the Wing’s Perspective

This Blueberry Coconut Layered Smoothie is the supermodel of breakfasts, and it’s a nutritious and delicious way to start your day.


Everyone have a wonderful Monday! It’s time to add some spice to your morning routine. This layered smoothie with coconut and blueberries is a must-try.

While brunch is one of my all-time favorite pastimes, I’ve never been a major breakfast enthusiast. Eggs, bread, or cereal aren’t always welcome in my stomach. It’s all too much for me, and I’m tired of it.

Smoothies, on the other hand, are a huge hit with my stomach. “Weee, gimme!” shouts my stomach. They simply seem simple and healthy. 


This dish is not only simple and healthy, but it’s also delicious. It’s the smoothie equivalent of Gigi Hadid.

It’s packed with antioxidant-rich blueberries, delectable coconut flakes, and protein-rich greek yogurt.

To get the layered look, the smoothie must be completely frozen in between layers. Trust me, I was impatient and attempted to pour all of my layers at once. To put it bluntly, the end product isn’t a layered smoothie.


In other I’m-in-Europe news, I’m now seated in Ferrol, Spain, after a rainy but really fun bike ride around town. Tomorrow, we’ll go to Gijon to go on a cider tour and enjoy the countryside. It’s been a lot of fun so far, and I can’t wait to keep exploring!

Follow me on Instagram and Snapchat to keep up to date with my adventures (username: sarahfennell).




The lowest layer is composed of

  • 1/4 cup greek yogurt (non-fat)
  • 6 tbsp coconut milk (from a can, similar to almond milk)
  • 1 cup blueberries, frozen

The middle layer is made of of

  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup greek yogurt (non-fat)
  • 1/2 cup blueberries, frozen
  • coconut milk (1/2 cup)
  • 2 tbsp. shredded unsweetened coconut

The upper layer is composed of

  • 1 banana
  • coconut cream, 6 oz.
  • 2 tbsp. shredded unsweetened coconut
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup or agave nectar
  • Toppings: a handful of fresh blueberries and coconut flakes


  1. Combine all of the ingredients for the bottom layer in a blender. Blend until completely smooth. Pour into two 14 or 16 ounce glasses equally.
  2. To harden the glasses, place them in the freezer for at least 20 minutes. Your smoothie layers will mash together if you don’t do this.
  3. Make your middle layer when it has cooled. Combine all of the ingredients for the center layer in a blender. Blend until completely smooth. Using a funnel, slowly pour over the bottom layer.
  4. To harden the glasses, place them in the freezer for at least 15 minutes.
  5. Make your top layer after the bottom layer has cooled. To make the top layer, mix all of the ingredients in a blender. Blend until completely smooth. Using a funnel, slowly pour over the center layer.
  6. Serve with fresh blueberries and coconut flakes on top of smoothies.


Melissa Lou Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge quotes: the greatest lines from the vocalist.

“Believe in yourself and your gut instincts. That is where your strength will come from.”

“The beauty of accomplishment comes from doing something you genuinely believe in.”

“Don’t listen to anybody who tells you that you have to be someone or anything. Be one of a kind. “Be who you are.”

“I’d want to be an inspiration to everybody who has a desire, anyone who wants to create more of their life than what is laid out in front of them,” she says. “You can do it!”

“Of course. It’s critical to look back on your accomplishments and say, “Yeah, I achieved that; now I have more aspirations to pursue.” It’s also beneficial to feel appreciative for what you’ve accomplished.”

“The most essential thing in our lives is joy.” We can’t live if we don’t have pleasure or creativity.”

“The only thing that never changes is change itself.”

“Don’t allow individuals who live in fear and hatred dictate how you spend your life.”

“I’m experimenting with the age and knowledge that comes with circling the sun 50 times. ‘Oh, I’ll never truly do it perfect,’ I’ve discovered. I’m never going to finish it.’ But it isn’t the goal of this discussion. The trip is the goal.”

“What’s going on this month, I check in and say, ‘Hey.’” Right now, you’re riding the crest of a wave. Take a look around and appreciate it since it won’t last long.’ The wave dissipates. It has no bearing on how excellent I am or how valuable I am. It’s simply the way things are.”

“Someone will always have a different point of view than you. I admire them and would never say they are incorrect. I’m hoping they’ll extend the same respect to me.”

“My faith is that I exist on this planet, that I am an energy that is going ahead, that I am capable of making decisions, and that I am in command.” I know that no matter how much darkness I have, there will be at least as much light, because that’s simply the way it is.”

“I believe I’ve been on a high-stress road since I was a child.” I placed myself, my work, in front of me like a huge, juicy carrot for the rest of my life.”

“Expectations are nothing more than pre-planned disappointments.” I’ve tried and largely succeeded in staying in the present throughout my life. To go for what I wanted, but I discovered along the road that popularity, or famous success, or whatever you want to call it, is a graph that just goes up and down. You must also be able to fall down with it, since you will not be able to maintain the high portion. You have to lock it up and go play with your kids at the end of the day.”

“When your tape of life runs out and there’s this quiet of your own – that’s when I came to know myself.”

“In exchange for freedom, I’ve sacrificed my soul.” It’s sad, but it’s also lovely.”

“Seeing a country pulled apart by its own greatest strength — diversity – breaks my heart.”

“Every day, gay individuals are born.” That is something you will never be able to legislate away.”

“Well, I consider myself lucky if I can inspire or assist someone in standing on their own and declaring, ‘This is who I am.’ I like being able to assist others. Being called that way isn’t an issue at all.”

“Since you were a child, I’ve been a rock star.” But cancer is the most powerful thing I’ve ever seen.”

“Cancer provides a chance to sit down and examine oneself in order to get the answers.” It’s serious, but it’s not the be-all and end-all.”

“I may look at cancer as a sickness that targets me and wonder, ‘Why me?’ or I can look at it through the lens of love and say, ‘This is a wake-up call.’ This is my body’s way of saying, “Hey, you’re off balance here.” It’s time to get your act together.’

“I was no longer terrified of anything once I beat breast cancer.”

“I’m not afraid of dying.” I still have a lot of work to do.”

“I don’t have a bucket list since I’ve made a commitment to live there every day of my life.” Because I’m doing it that day, I don’t have a bucket list. I don’t want to go to bed thinking, “Oh, I wish I had done that.”

“‘Do not enter, no trespassing permitted,’ reads the notice. I go against the throng with hopes of salvation.”

“I’m two steps behind my ambition, one step ahead of my history.”

“I’m a songwriter,” she says. I do get to sing about my own experiences.”

“The tunes are based on my own experiences. They are sometimes greater than my actual life, and my life is more than simply my songs.”

“Life occurs, and wherever I go, I write about it.”

“It’s funny because Bruce Springsteen is one of my idols, yet he’s always been very lovely to me.” I’ll never forget seeing Bruce and Paul McCartney’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We were in the bar, when Bruce turned to me and said, “I can’t believe I’m talking to Paul McCartney!” “I can’t believe I’m speaking with Bruce Springsteen, who is speaking with Paul McCartney!” I said.

“I’m really blessed to have such a lovely family and loved ones around me.”

“I’m often asked, ‘Is being a parent the be-all and end-all?’ ‘Oh, it’s up to the individual,’ I answer, ‘and it’s tough, it can be very difficult, and it can also be tremendously therapeutic.’ That’s what I’ve discovered: the kids are mirrors. Everyone is a mirror, but children are more so since they are awake at all hours of the day and night.”

“The kids come to my room and say, ‘Mom!’ because I’m so awesome.” “Turn down the volume!”

“Tell your children, mothers, that they must be swift and powerful. Life is full of surprises, and love never fails. Keep in mind how they trained you, and how much of it was based on fear. Refuse to pass it on — here is where the heritage ends.”

“You are more powerful than you realize, and you are stunning exactly the way you are.”

“Life is full of surprises, and love never fails.”

“When you choose love, there is no fear.” The more you choose love, the more love you will encounter. It becomes more simple.”

“As we become older, wiser, and more independent, we become more free.” And once you have the insight and the truth, you will have the freedom and strength to gaze forth. Keep an eye out.”

“I’d suggest don’t sweat the minor things,” says the author. Do more sit ups and love yourself as much as you want others to love you!”

“Be strong and trust in yourself; be strong and believe in your feelings.”


Sushi checks all the boxes when it comes to dining out. It’s nutritious, inexpensive, and there’s no need to wait. However, persuading children and even adults that it is delightful may be difficult.

Sushi comes in a broad range of tastes and textures, which is great news. For newcomers, certain menu items are much superior than others. We’ve made life easier for finicky eaters by curating the ideal sushi assortment. The key is to start small and gradually expand your horizons.

6 Sushi Types to Try If You’re a Picky Eater

Choose mild-flavored California rolls, inari, or makizushi if you want exquisite sushi that won’t give you any unpleasant shocks. Nigiri, sashimi, and even ikura are all wonderful possibilities as the consumer grows more daring.

1. Rolls from California

Why it’s good: The tastes will be recognizable, and the nori (dried seaweed) in the centre is minimal.


The California roll is an excellent method to introduce newbies to sushi, but uramaki must be used. This is a “inside out” sushi roll in which the rice is on the outside and the contents are on the inside. Beginner sushi eaters will be more at ease with rice than with seaweed, which is a common technique to wrap sushi.

Mild-flavored fillings include crab, avocado, and cucumber. The rolls may be eaten plain or dipped in soy sauce after you’ve made your decision.

2. Inari

Why it’s good: Inarizushi is sweet and mild, and few people can say they don’t like it.


Inari sushi, also known as Inarizushi, is made by stuffing sticky sushi rice inside deep-fried tofu pockets. Although kids and tofu aren’t usually a good match, this may be an exception. The tofu is sweet, chewy, and tasty as a consequence of the cooking procedure. They won’t know it’s tofu if you don’t tell them.

3. Sushi Makizushi

Why it’s good: There’s something for everyone’s taste buds thanks to the many ingredient possibilities.


Makizushi, often known as maki sushi, is a popular variety of sushi. Uramaki is a form of maki sushi that we’ve previously covered. These rolls, on the other hand, feature a seaweed wrapper on the outside and vinegared rice and other stuff within. If chopsticks are too difficult, you may eat them with your hands.

Picking the perfect fillings is the key to impressing fussy diners. The following are a few of the greatest choices:

  • Unobtrusive poached shrimp in a Boston roll
  • Vegetarian – a good meat-free alternative
  • Salmon skin roll – wonderful wow OMG yum yum nice
  • smoked salmon from Philadelphia
  • Tempura roll has a crunchy fried inside.
  • Soft shell crab spider roll
  • Tuna wrap with spices — a famous and well-known dish.
  • Cooked king crab roll with a nice texture

4. Nigiri

Why it’s great: You can see exactly what you’re receiving, so there are no unpleasant surprises.


Nigiri is a kind of sushi that consists of an oval mound of sushi rice topped with one additional component. It’s straightforward, which is generally the preference of picky eaters.

There are many different types of nigiri, but we like tamago nigiri. A slice of Japanese omelet is placed on top of the rice and fastened with a thin piece of nori. It works well for soaking up soy sauce.

Tuna, salmon, and shrimp are some more nigiri options to consider.

Try eel (unagi or anago), octopus (tako), geoduck (mirugai), or salmon eggs for a bit additional oomph (ikura). Most finicky eaters will be turned off sushi forever if you order them first.

5. Japanese sashimi

Why it’s good: This dish is perfect for someone who like fish but dislikes rice.


Rice isn’t for everyone. If that’s the case, none of our earlier choices will appeal to you. Instead, serve sashimi, which consists of thinly sliced fish or seafood eaten alone. Salmon, tuna, and shrimp are all popular sashimi options.

Octopus, crab, red snapper, and bass are some more sashimi possibilities that aren’t overbearing or fishy.

6. Ikura

Why it’s good: The texture that pops in your mouth is a hit with many youngsters.


Ikura is a hit-or-miss fish. It is, for some children, the most enjoyable aspect of eating sushi. When bitten into, these fish eggs have a bright orange hue and a wonderful burst. They have a faint fishy flavor. Serve them up and see how well they go down with your family.

What about the side dishes that come with sushi?

Sushi usually comes with a few extras, such as wasabi, pickled ginger, and soy sauce.

Soy sauce is popular with children, although wasabi should be avoided by novice sushi eaters due to its high spiciness. You don’t want to turn them off right away.

Picky eaters typically dislike the strong flavor of ginger, despite the fact that it is less forceful in taste.


Sushi-related tips for getting youngsters interested in the cuisine

Start with foods that most youngsters are acquainted with, such as rice, tuna, shrimp, cucumber, and avocado. Look for menu items like a slither of fishy, salty eel that have these contents without any shocks.

Visit a sushi restaurant with a conveyor belt: what could be more entertaining than seeing hundreds of sushi items pass by on a carousel? Even if it’s as basic as edamame beans, there’s certain to be something that will appeal to a picky eater with so much variety.

Order a range of dishes: Sometimes it’s better to just order a bunch of different things and let them choose.

Create new titles for strange meals to make them more welcoming: create new names for unusual sushi to make it more friendly. Fish sticks might be a new moniker for fried shrimp tempura.

Try out chopsticks: chopsticks are difficult for first-time users of any age. But they’re also entertaining to practice with, and they’ll give a refreshing change of pace from the usual fare.

Select the ideal location: Keep it simple for their first time eating sushi. We recommend looking for a laid-back, family-friendly restaurant or purchasing it in a mall. Quiet, high-end restaurants are not the best places for newcomers to try out Japanese food.

Start with banana sushi to familiarize youngsters with the notion of sushi at home. Slice bananas into sushi-sized pieces and cover the outsides with a coating of mayonnaise. Coconut, chocolate, rice crisps, or crushed pistachios may all be used. Chopsticks are recommended for serving.

Questions that are often asked

What sushi has the least fishy flavor?

Crab, salmon, and tuna are the greatest non-fishy sushi selections. They’re perfect for sushi newbies because of their mild taste and delicate texture.

An Alaska roll is a kind of roll that originated in Alaska.

The uramaki, or inside-out sushi roll, is also known as the Alaska roll. The rice is on the exterior, with imitation crab, salmon, cucumber, avocado, and spicy mayonnaise as fillings.

Is it possible to order non-Japanese food at a sushi restaurant?

Sushi restaurants often feature more recognizable menu items to appease picky diners. Beef skewers, dumplings, short ribs, and egg rolls are all popular dishes. Although the okonomiyaki, or Japanese pancake, is a Japanese dish, it is likely to appeal to people of diverse tastes.

To sum it up

Sushi is popular for a reason: it’s generally inexpensive and delivered quickly. Many of the recipes are fairly moderate and will appeal to the majority of people.

It doesn’t have to be tough to introduce finicky eaters to sushi. Begin with the fundamentals, such as California rolls, inari, or makizushi. Introduce new alternatives like as nigiri and sashimi over time to observe how popular they are.


Michelle Fee, the founder and CEO of Cruise Planners, was honored this year with the newly created “Executive of the Year” award at the CruiseWorld industry showcase on November 11 as part of the 7th Annual Travvy Awards, which honors the industry’s best suppliers, destinations, attractions, and more.

Unlike the bulk of the other Travvy awards, the “Executive of the Year” is decided by Northstar Travel Group, the parent company of, rather than by a vote of travel advisers.


Candidates must be able to lead with integrity, enthusiasm, and positivism, as well as have made significant contributions to their company and show the strategic business approach and forward-thinking required in the travel sector.

During the epidemic, Michelle Fee received the honor for her unflinching support for her 2,500 Cruise Planners agents. Cruise Planners created a new virtual series called “Where2Next” under her direction, which reached 18,000+ members and generated $20 million in sales during the epidemic.

Fee also provided twice-weekly livestreams of new information and interactions with suppliers to the agents. At the 2021 Cruise Planners Conference, Cruise Planners also revealed more than twenty new projects.

Fee remarked, “I am sincerely delighted to be the winner of Magazine’s Executive of the Year Award.” “To be honored for this during one of the hardest years in our industry’s history only goes to show that persistence and endurance will get us through any challenge.” I’m really proud of my whole staff, as well as the network of Cruise Planners advisors who work relentlessly with me to bring our amazing business forward every day.”

Fee founded one of the first home-based franchising companies in 1994 after starting her own independent travel agency. Cruise Planners has been able to give its agents with the assistance and resources they need by focusing on technology and marketing. Cruise Planners sells more than half a billion dollars in travel each year and has been named Entrepreneur’s No. 1 Travel Franchise for the eighth year in a row in its Annual Franchise 500.

In addition, Cruise Planners received gold in the area of Best Host Agency, silver in the category of Best Travel Consortium, Cooperative, or Franchise organization, and silver in the field of Best Travel Technology Provider.

Cruise Planners At the 2021 Travvys, Cruise Planners won gold in the Best Host Agency category. (Photo courtesy of Cruise Planners)

Michelle Fee now has the CLIA Hall of Fame Honoree, EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Hospitality and Leisure, Florida Trend’s Florida 500 Most Influential Business Executives in Hospitality, South Florida Business Journal’s 250 Power Leaders, South Florida Business & Wealth’s Distinguished CEO Apogee Award, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year among her awards. Fee is also AmaWaterways’ AmaSerena’s godmother.

“We couldn’t be more proud of Michelle for her unwavering dedication to maintaining Cruise Planners’ industry leadership,” stated Vicky Garcia, COO and Co-Owner of Cruise Planners. “Every day, she knocks through obstacles and strives for excellence with honesty, tenacity, and humor.”

Women in executive roles are uncommon in the travel sector and the rest of the corporate world, accounting for fewer than 30% of all executives. According to the World Travel & Tourism Council, women make up 54 percent of the travel and tourism industry’s workforce worldwide. Michelle Fee’s achievements will not only motivate other women to pursue executive positions, but will also highlight the advantages of being a female executive.


When I think of Easter, I remember spending it at my grandmother’s place one year. We ran as quickly as our small legs could carry us to the location behind the backyard wood pile where there was bound to be an egg or two, looking for Easter eggs strewn around the grass. As we searched, we clutched our painted wicker baskets securely, mindful not to drop anything over the basket’s edge and onto the grass.

My father then forced Rebe and me to pose on a bed of bluebells. We sat there in our pastel dresses and tights, oblivious to the fact that we were being shot. After all, there were Easter eggs filled with goodies. We were accustomed to posing for photos as the offspring of an on-air news reporter and overall nostalgia buff. We swiftly got into a side-by-side posture on the ground and grinned instead of dragging things out with objections. As soon as Dad was satisfied with the shot, we sprang to our feet, tiptoed out of the bluebells, and raced for our chocolate eggs.

Today’s Easter egg cake recipe is just the right bit of festive while being completely traditional. Also, take a look at those beautiful, thick vanilla cake layers. The enclosing chocolate buttercream slices are just as seductive. A spun sugar nest with chocolate Easter eggs stands atop the cake. It’s completely edible, and it’s not difficult to create at all.


What is the best way to bake an Easter egg cake?

This Easter cake with a spun sugar nest seems to be rather elaborate, but it’s really quite simple to create. The essential procedures for creating this cake are as follows: 

Make the cake layers — This Easter egg cake is made up of three vanilla cake layers. It’s as easy as mixing everything together and baking it! 

Make the buttercream frosting – The chocolate buttercream isn’t difficult to make. Before you begin beating the butter, make sure it is at room temperature; otherwise, it will not become light and fluffy. The buttercream should also be made using unsweetened cocoa powder. 

Make the spun sugar nest — This is the one portion of this Easter cake recipe that is little difficult, but I assure you can do it! To create a spun sugar nest, combine sugar and water in a small pot and cook until the sugar becomes a wonderful golden brown hue. Remove the sugar mixture from the heat and set it aside to cool for a minute or two, or until a fork dipped in it clings to the sugar and you can draw it out in a long, continuous stream. Pour the sugar into a greased basin and let it aside to cool before gently removing the nest. 

See? So simple! Leave a comment below if you have any questions about preparing this Easter egg cake or the spun sugar next. 


Do you want to start baking? This cake recipe was created in collaboration with Dixie Crystals, so go here to view the entire story on their website!

PS. You could make this cake even more amazing by sprinkling rainbow sprinkles on top and calling it a birthday cake.

More Easter treats may be found at: 

Cupcakes with the Easter Bunny

Donuts made with Robin’s Egg Carrot Cake

Petit Fours with Coconut Lemon Curd

Tea Cakes with Rhubarb and Almonds

Strawberry Shortcake Cake in a Giant Pull Apart

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Sheryl Suzanne Crow

Sheryl Crow quotes about persistence, wisdom, seeking the perfect song, suffering with breast cancer, family life, and more.

“Rather of going where the route may go, go where there isn’t one and create a trail.”

“It’s not about getting what you want, but about wanting what you already have.”

“Making miracles is difficult work, and most people give up long before they occur.”

“There will be hurdles if you are striving to accomplish anything.” They’ve happened to me, and they’ve happened to everyone. Obstacles, on the other hand, do not have to stop you. Don’t turn back and quit up if you hit a brick wall. Determine if you can climb it, pass through it, or work around it.”

“When you let go of your picture of how things should be, the world usually provides you with precisely what you need.”

“We speak about defining events, but I don’t believe you can be defined by anything. They’re all moments of refinement. You’re always working to improve yourself and your life.”

“You simply take one day at a time because life is so rich.”

“That we all have the ability to spark a change movement.” That the part of us that intuitively springs up from compassion is the finest part of us.”

“There’s nothing like remorse to make you realize you’re still alive.”

“We may gain wisdom in three ways: first, by meditation, which is the greatest technique; second, by imitation, which is the simplest approach; and third, by experience, which is the most painful.”

“The cheapest energy is the energy that isn’t used at all.”

“Let’s face it, life is a never-ending struggle. It’s full of unanticipated twists that only you can figure out.”

“Every record company in L.A. turned me down.” Three-quarters of the game is perseverance. Talent is merely a part of the equation. Being able to resist the word “no” on a regular basis might help you develop a strong skin. At the very least, I knew if I simply continued at it, I’d grow better at my skill.”

“Wildflowers will bloom in the midst of nowhere, no matter how chaotic it is.”

“It can’t be that horrible if it makes you happy.”

“It’s these key moments, these turning points, that introduce you to yourself.” I believe that it is through these tiny or large catastrophic occurrences in your life that you meet yourself.”

“If you want beautiful eyes, search for the good in others; if you want beautiful lips, use only kind words; and if you want poise, walk with the certainty that you’re never alone.”

“Respect is quite important. Respect for the environment, as well as appreciating and loving the organism that keeps us all alive. Also, strive to make every choice with compassion in mind, which includes how you treat the earth and each individual.”

“My writing approach is very much the same every time — it’s a lonely experience for me.”

“Music, art, and literature offer us a sense of who we are, our past, and our future, and they should bring some kind of consolation.” It’s not only entertainment for the sake of enjoyment; it’s a financial investment.”

“When you let go of the tale you’re telling, it often opens up a whole new realm for other things to come in.”

“I believe that everything you write does not have to be excellent for everyone. Certain of the things I write will anger some people, especially my parents. Then there will be individuals who will be drawn in because of the sharpness of some things.”

“Most authors want to remain anonymous in some way.”

“Musicians have a lot of integrity; you still want to improve and be excellent, to be the greatest version of yourself you can be.”

“I suppose the idea in myself that the finest stuff is yet to come is what keeps me pursuing the perfect music.” As you cross through the next gateway, you have a sense that the next thing you write will be more open and honest.”

“As you grow older, your work changes by virtue of the fact that you’re ideally acquiring knowledge and you’re beginning to see things from a different perspective.”

“People go through difficult times when they lose loved ones and their lives are endangered by disease and genuine sadness. They do, however, make it through. And it is a tribute to the human soul, that we are both vulnerable and heavenly.”

“This year, I’ll be one of the more than 200,000 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m inspired by the courageous women who have gone before me in this fight, and I’m thankful for the love and support of my family and friends.”

“Being diagnosed with cancer made me realize that anybody may get cancer and that we don’t have control over our life, even if we believe we do.”

“It took being diagnosed with cancer for me to learn that happiness is something I had to work on for myself.”

“I strive to keep a sense of lightness in my life.”

“Don Henley phoned one night, and I told him I was cleaning dishes in cycle shorts.” ‘The greatest inspiration may be found in the domestic exercises of life,’ he added. And he was absolutely correct.”

“There’s nothing I can do about regrets, so I don’t spend much time thinking about them.”

“I had the luxury of falling down and getting back up as a stronger version of myself a few times.”

“I’ve been around for quite some time.” I didn’t get there till I was much older. I went through a time when women weren’t being signed, especially if they were composing lyrically driven songs.”

“I have a golden Lab that follows me around everywhere. “He’s an excellent leveler.”

“I believe I was holding to a mental image of how things was meant to be.” I loved the concept of everything falling into a lovely order: you meet someone great, you marry, you buy a home, and you have children. But it’s pointless to hang on to that image if it doesn’t turn out to be true for you. It makes life more constrained. As a result, I made the decision to be open to whatever came my way.”

“Are you capable of becoming my man?”

“I feel grounded and comfortable in understanding the sequence of things at this stage in my life.” ‘I stink as a parent; I can’t do anything properly,’ I’ve thought on occasion. But, in the end of the day, nothing compares to family. “I’m very fortunate.”

“When you have children, your priorities shift dramatically. Consistency seemed to me to be the most vital factor.”

“I’m not dead,” says the narrator. I mean, I’m not dead, even if I’m growing older!”

“I don’t set too many objectives for myself, but I’m constantly striving to create that one fantastic song,” she says.

“Everyone gets high, and everyone gets down; these are the days when anything may happen.”

The sponge cake is a classic, fluffy Italian pastry dish that is one of the most adaptable and easy to make at home. Unlike a typical cake, this moist sponge cake recipe uses a lot of beaten eggs instead of baking powder or baking soda. In truth, flour, eggs, and sugar are the main components.

The eggs must be fresh and beaten for a long period with an electric whisk at room temperature; this will result in a high, soft, and spongy cake without the addition of baking powder, as tradition dictates. The use of a weak flour, such as all-purpose flour, combined with a little amount of potato starch (or cornstarch), would result in a dough that is less elastic – due to the lack of baking powder – and a final product that is even softer and alveolate.

Sponge cake is a culinary delight; you can layer it with custard or ganache, use it to make a delectable trifle, or use it to create more intricate cakes for parties and special occasions. There are many other variations, such as the egg-free sponge cake and even the savory one, which can be loaded with meats and cheeses and is great for appetizers and wonderful aperitifs, as with many classic sweets.

At this point, all you have to do is attempt our tried-and-true recipe; we can’t promise it’ll be simple, but we can guarantee the end result. You may let it cool before stuffing it with creams, jams, and other wonderful fillings, or you can eat it straight out of the oven, soaking in a cup of hot milk for a memorable morning.

Origins of Sponge Cake

Despite its apparent simplicity, it may conceal a number of traps. In truth, this recipe, which most cooks despise, first debuted in the Berlin school’s stringent pastry chef certification program in 1855.

The sponge cake was created in Madrid, but thanks to a Ligurian chef, Giovan Battista Cabona, who, for a banquet in the Spanish capital, created a light and fluffy cake with the same ingredients as the Piedmontese Savoyard; this delicacy was so well received by the royal family that it was first dubbed “pan Genoise” (Genoa bread), after its creator.

How to Make the Best Sponge Cake

If you’re not sure about the egg whipping, sprinkle a teaspoon of baking powder into the flour with the flour.

To avoid sponge cakes from shrinking or coming apart midway through baking, use tiny amounts of eggs.

Allow the sponge cake to cool completely before covering or wrapping it, since the moisture trapped within will cause the top to become sticky.

Other tastes, such as orange peel or vanilla essence, may be substituted for lemon if desired. You may also make a chocolate sponge cake by adding cocoa powder.

Read our advice on avoiding errors for a completely faultless finish.

How to Keep Sponge Cake Fresh

In a suitable food bag, the sponge cake may be kept at room temperature for 4-5 days. It may be frozen whole or in slices for up to a month.

Sponge Cake: A Step-by-Step Guide


Collect the eggs in a basin or the bowl of a stand mixer once they have been shelled (1).


The granulated sugar (2) is added next, followed with the grated lemon zest.


Start whipping at full speed with the electric whips (3). Add a tablespoon of lemon juice after a minute and continue to work for at least 15 minutes.


Sift the flour in the meanwhile (4).


When the dough has quadrupled in size, it should be golden in color and creamy and frothy in consistency, rather than liquid (5).


Add the sifted flour at this stage (6).


To prevent fracturing the mixture, add one spoonful at a time and mix from the bottom up (7).


Continue until all of the flour has been used up (8).


Pour the dough into an oiled and floured 22 cm diameter pan (9).


Gently distribute the dough so that it does not break (10).


Bake the sponge cake for around 50 minutes at 340° F, without opening the oven for the first 40 minutes (11).


Turn off the oven and slowly open it once the baking time has passed, allowing the sponge cake to cool within for a few minutes. When it is entirely cool, remove it from the oven (12).

The Caribbean is known for its beautiful white-sand beaches, which are as ubiquitous as air and sunlight. A beach must have a certain appeal or unique character that is frequently indescribable, but unmistakable and compelling to be considered one of the greatest in the area.

Many of these beaches may be found in the US Virgin Islands. The incredible variety that distinguishes the territory’s three major islands — St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas — extends to the beaches.


The US Virgin Islands, from awe-inspiring blue-water places deep inside verdant mountain valleys to miles-long expanses of white sand in pristine national parks, provide some of the best beaches in the world, let alone the Caribbean.

While all have magnificent blue seas and smooth white dunes, ten stand out from the others, with almost dream-like natural beauty and appeal, as well as a unique taste and orientation. Here is our ranking of the top ten beaches in the US Virgin Islands:

St. John’s Cinnamon Bay Beach

Cinnamon Bay Beach, one of St. John’s longest beaches, offers snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking, and other watersports, making it ideal for active travelers. Visitors may tour the ancient beachside Danish structure, which holds a temporary museum showing some of the National Park Service’s archaeological finds from digs in the region, which is situated inside the Virgin Islands National Park. Travelers may also hike the half-mile Cinnamon Bay Trail, which is shaded for lengthy parts by coconut palms and sea grape trees.

St. John’s Beach, Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay Beach, St John, US Virgin Islands St. John’s Trunk Bay Beach, US Virgin Islands (picture courtesy of cdwheatley/E+)

This is St. John’s most popular beach, not least because of its stunning beauty. A natural paradise is created by a quarter-mile of silky white powdery sand, towering coconut trees, and azure blue sea. The beach at Trunk Bay, which is also part of the Virgin Islands National Park, has a self-guided underwater snorkeling route with underwater signs that provide information on coral formations and marine life. A snack bar/grill, souvenir store, showers, bathrooms, public telephones, and lifeguards are all available.

St. John’s Salt Pond Beach

The crescent-shaped bay’s shallow water beach has good exposure to the sun and soothing breezes. The sheltered cove is reached through a modest trek from the main road, but it is well worth the effort since the lovely white-sand beach provides great swimming.

Trunk Bay also has some of the best snorkeling in the area, with spots like a rock hump in the bay’s middle and sea grass beds frequented by sea turtles, rays, and huge hermit crabs. Salt Pond is also close to a number of hiking and tourist routes.

St. John’s Honeymoon Bay Beach

Honeymoon Bay, which is also part of the Virgin Islands National Park, is accessible by boat and hiking route and has silky white beaches, shallow seas ideal for snorkeling, and towering coconut palm trees for shelter. The beach is one of the island’s great treasures, although it may become crowded when cruise ships dock and during the peak winter season, so prepare ahead. A watersports shack has just been erected, where beachgoers may hire kayaks and stand-up paddleboards, as well as masks, fins, and beach chairs.

St. Thomas’ Hull Bay Beach

Hull Bay Beach is a popular fishing and surfing spot in the area. When there is a north swell, this beach is reputed to provide the greatest surfing on St. Thomas. It is not as vast as other surrounding beaches on the island’s north side, but since sunbathers flock to those other stretches of sand, tourists will have no trouble finding a space to spread out.

Due to its pristine and usually quiet waters (in the absence of the north wave), the beach is a popular choice for families. Sea grape trees cover the beach and give shade during the day, and the beach is also one of the few places where night snorkeling is recommended.

Off the beach, there’s a diving and watersports store, as well as a complete bar and restaurant that presents live music and entertainment on a regular basis.

St. Thomas’ Magen’s Bay Beach

Magen's Bay, St. Thomas in US Virgin Islands Magen’s Bay in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands (photo by Lauren Breedlove)

This is the most popular beach on the most visited of the US Virgin Islands, which should alert discerning tourists to stay away from the beach and its alleged crowds. Even when cruise ships are in port, the site — in a heart-shaped sheltered harbor surrounded by verdant hills — makes this a must-see destination.

Arthur Fairchild dedicated the one-mile beach to the Virgin Islands as a public park. The ocean is normally tranquil, and the sand is as smooth as any seen across the Caribbean.

A shack right off the beach rents beach chairs, floats, paddleboards, and kayaks, while a snack bar provides burgers, pizzas, and other fast meals. Every day, lifeguards are on duty, and there are two nature paths just off the beach.

St. Croix’s Jack’s Bay Beach

This is an excellent choice for travelers looking for a beach that is off the main path. A wildlife sanctuary protects Hawksbill and Green Turtle nests at Jack’s Bay Beach, which is only accessible by foot or boat.

Parrot fish, blue tangs, four-eyed butterfly fish, and sergeant majors are among the 400 kinds of fish that inhabit the neighboring coral reefs. The conservancy invites visitors to study turtle behavior and the landscape around Jack’s Bay on guided hikes designed to educate visitors and collect funds to support turtle monitoring and protection programs. Beach access may be limited during some periods of turtle nesting season, and the conservancy invites visitors to study turtle behavior and the landscape around Jack’s Bay on guided hikes designed to educate visitors and collect funds to support turtle monitoring and protection programs.

St. Croix’s Judith’s Fancy Beach

Okay, we’ll admit it: the name is part of the beach’s allure. ANY beach named “Judith’s Fancy Beach” appeals to us, and in this instance, the moniker is associated with a very wonderful setting. The white sand beach at Judith’s Fancy is ideal for surfing, and snorkelers may explore the neighboring coral when the tide is out. This beach is great for swimming, but it’s also a great spot for finding coral and shells washed up on the coast.

St. Croix’s Sandy Point Beach

This three-mile beach, which is part of the 380-acre Sandy Point Wildlife Preserve, is the longest in the United States Virgin Islands. The beach is located on the southwest end of St. Croix, just south of Frederiksted, and is a critical nesting habitat for the endangered leatherback turtle. During the turtle-nesting season, which runs from March to August, the beach may be closed.

While the beach’s tree line begins considerably farther back from the ocean than most other beaches in St. Croix, the long, broad expanse of pure white sand gives a remarkable picture. Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the gravel access road leading to the beach is open.

Turtle Beach, US Virgin Islands Turtle Beach in the US Virgin Islands has crystal clear water (photo Courtesy of USVI)

St. Croix’s Turtle Beach

Buck Island is home to the stunning Turtle Beach. Travelers may unwind on the white sand beach or take advantage of the fantastic snorkeling opportunities. Underwater markers guide snorkelers around the reef on the snorkel route. Turtle Beach is a peaceful, relaxing place to spend the day.

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My family and I had the pleasure of visiting Rhode Island the other weekend. We strolled into town one morning, passing an ice cream stand, a corner store, a sandwich shop, and the town green. Vendors were setting up shop on the green that day, selling arts and crafts, vegetables, and trinkets.

Huge ruby stalks rested on an adjacent table, beckoning my name as I browsed. They were the brightest crimson rhubarb stalks I’d ever seen. It was just a matter of time until I got them. So I grabbed the table’s two largest stalks and took out my wallet. I spent the whole weekend conjuring up new rhubarb recipes before settling on these Rhubarb Bars. The cream cheese shortbread crust is more like a cookie than a shortbread, and it serves as a thick foundation for the light curd above. Bright, lemony, and sweet, the curd is a delight. The rhubarb shows through, melting on your tongue with its bouncy flavor.

They’re the ideal snack size, but be careful. In two days, my stepfather ate roughly ten.

How to make rhubarb bars

Make the cream cheese shortbread foundation using room temperature ingredients — Before creaming the butter and cream cheese together, let them come to room temperature. This will make it easy to combine the shortbread crust and give it a much better texture. 

Choose thinner, red rhubarb stalks – When buying rhubarb at the supermarket or at a farmer’s market, look for stalks that are primarily red and thinner. The sweetness of these stalks will be superior than the thick green ones. 

Chill the rhubarb bars – Just like lemon bars, these rhubarb bars must be chilled fully before cutting into them. Sorry for the inconvenience, but these bars need some time to establish correctly. 


How can you keep rhubarb bars fresh?

These rhubarb bars should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. If kept properly, they should last up to a week! If you’re serving these rhubarb bars at a party, place the serving dish on top of an ice-filled baking sheet to keep them as chilly as possible (at least if you’re serving them outdoors). 

If you have any concerns regarding how to make these tart rhubarb bars, please let me know! 



To make the rhubarb puree, combine all of the ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth

  • 3 cups rhubarb, diced
  • 1 pound of sugar
  • 1 cup of water

To make the cream cheese shortbread, combine the flour, baking powder, and salt in

  • 5 oz cream cheese (low-fat)
  • a half-cup of unsalted butter
  • a third cup of sugar
  • a half teaspoon of salt
  • 1 teaspoon extract de vanille
  • a third cup of flour

To make the rhubarb curd, combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl.

  • 4 eggs
  • a quarter cup of sugar
  • 1 cup pureed rhubarb
  • red dye
  • vanilla extract (two tablespoons)
  • lemon juice (three tablespoons)
  • 1 lemon’s zest
  • a half teaspoon of salt
  • flour (1/2 cup)


  1. Combine chopped rhubarb, sugar, and water in a medium saucepan and cook for 10-12 minutes over medium heat, or until the rhubarb is fully broken down. Puree the contents in a blender until it is completely smooth. Remove from the equation.
  2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Set aside a 9×13 baking dish lined with parchment paper.
  3. Cream the butter, cream cheese, sugar, salt, and vanilla extract in a standing mixer equipped with a whisk attachment until light and frothy, approximately 2 minutes. Reduce the mixer’s speed to low and add the flour.
  4. The dough should be firmly pressed into the bottom of the baking dish and evenly distributed to the sides. 15 minutes in the oven
  5. Make the rhubarb curd while the shortbread is baking! Except for the flour, whisk together all of the ingredients in a large mixing basin. Use as much red dye as you like, but keep in mind that the color may fade somewhat when cooking. Whisk in the flour once the mixture has been well combined.
  6. Place the rhubarb curd on top of the cream cheese shortbread and bake for another 20 minutes to allow the rhubarb to set.
  7. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours before cutting and dusting with powdered sugar!

Desserts with rhubarb from: 

Tea Cakes with Rhubarb and Almonds

Scones with white chocolate, raspberry, and rhubarb

Rhubarb Honey Cake with Almonds

Bakewell Tart with Strawberry and Rhubarb

Donuts with a Rhubarb-Orange Glaze

Speak Like Millionaire

I believe that if you want to be great at business, you must first be better at life. To put it another way, simply be a better guy or woman and see what happens.

I don’t know many entrepreneurs who are enthusiastic, patient, optimistic, appreciative, healthy, nice, hardworking, loyal, responsible, ethical, and level-headed… who are having difficulty putting food on the table Do you think so?

No, I don’t believe so.

So, with that stated, what’s one of the things I’ve been attempting to improve on? Is taking pride in the words that come out of my lips.

Simply simply, I’d want to communicate with honesty.

And, in order to accomplish so, I’ve concluded that the following nine items must be eliminated:

  1. Gossiping.
  2. Judging.
  3. Being pessimistic.
  4. Complaining.
  5. Excuses are being made.
  6. Lying.
  7. Being a closed-minded person.
  8. Explaining.
  9. Apologizing.

Come along with me. You’ll notice how difficult it is immediately away.

The aforementioned are the topics of most informal chats.

What’s more, guess what?

It’s not just petty, worthless talk… but it also makes you seem horrible. And no, you don’t get a pass since it was brought up by Kim and Kyle. You’re all to blame. Even if you simply nodded and didn’t contribute anything to it. It’s like seeing a child being bullied and not intervening — it’s sad.

You’ve all lost your power, your trust, and your respect.

When they’re not present, everyone knows you’ll backstab them – or talk in the same, weak manner.

That’s not cool. Not really a millionaire.

So get rid of these nine no-nos. What’s left are words you don’t mind the rest of the world hearing.

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