Tarte a l'orange Orange tart @MirabeauWine
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A Twist on Lemon Tart – Tarte à l’Orange

The classic Tarte au Citron works beautifully with oranges instead of lemons to give a lush and softer edge to this light desert. I try and pick good quality, non treated oranges and have decided to reduce the juice a bit to get a more pronounced flavour. I made the sweet pastry myself, but a good quality “pure butter” supermarket version will do the trick and is less prone to failure.

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Clementine Madeleines by @Cocoaandlevender
Cakes & CookiesDavid Scott AllenDessertRecipesTaste

Sweet Citrus Clementine Flavoured Madeleines

A génoise type cake batter flavoured with fresh clementine juice and zest make these light and fluffy sponge cakes even more irresistible.

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Lemon, Almond and Yoghurt Breakfast or Tea Cake #Recipe @MasdAugustine
Cakes & CookiesGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

Easy Recipe: Lemon, Almond and Yoghurt Cake

This is a lovely cake made with Greek yoghurt and is perfect for breakfast, tea, or with ice cream for a delicious dessert.

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Tarte Tatin #Recipe @MasdAugustine
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Recipe for a French Classic Tarte Tatin

This is a favourite dessert that is often the “Tarte du Jour” at Mas d’Augustine. It can be made with either apples or pears and is delicious served with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream.

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Brioche Pudding with Passion Fruit Cream @Masdaugustine
Flans, Puddings & OtherGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

A Sweet Brioche Pudding Recipe

We all love bread and butter pudding, especially when the weather is cold and miserable, but making it with brioche makes it taste even better. And serving it with a passion fruit cream gives a great flavour combination.

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Lemon Polenta Cake @Masdaugustine
Cakes & CookiesGary and Jane LangtonRecipesTaste

A Recipe for Citrus Season in Provence: Lemon Polenta Cake

A sweet and lovely alternative to traditional polenta. This bright and tangy cake stands on its’ own or paired with ice cream, it is a must try.

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La tourte sucree aux blettes @SipTasteShare
DessertPies & TartsRecipesTasteViktorija Todorovska

A Sweet way to cook with Swiss Chard – La Tourte aux Blette Sucrée

Swiss chard may not be something you typically think of an an ingredient for baking, but the subtle flavour adds texture to this sweet snack. Dusted with sugar this square is perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.

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Galette des rois Epiphny Cake @FibiTee
Christmas & HolidayDessertPhoebe ThomasRecipesTaste

How to Make a Traditional Epiphany Cake

shared by our contributor Phoebe Thomas. She makes this French January treat, a delicious, buttery, frangipane pastry, called la galette des rois, which translates to the King’s Cake at home with her kids.

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Cranberry, Pistachio and White Chocolate Biscotti @Goutetvoyage
Cakes & CookiesMartine Bertin-PetersonRecipesTaste

Cranberry, Pistachio and White Chocolate Biscotti for the Holidays

Biscotti are not too sweet- especially for those trying to limit their consumption of sugary cookies and candies- and are really good with a cup of hot coffee or tea.

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