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Enjoy a mini indulgence with these popular bite-size brownies. Moist and chewy with a hint of raspberry. They freeze well and are great for take-along snacks or for a dessert tray.
This is a delicious, dense dark chocolate torte that uses dried plums to add moisture and reduce the fat content. It is best served at room temperature with a small dollop of freshly whipped cream.
The sweet walnut crust makes an ideal base for this decadent cheesecake. Toasted walnut halves are stirred into the caramel bourbon sauce and spooned over the cheesecake just before serving.
This walnut-apple pie has a streusel topping that makes this dessert extraordinary. Serve alone or accompanied with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, custard or a sliver of aged cheddar.
Welcome the in-laws with a former outlaw. English Puritans once banned this fragrant dessert for being sinfully rich. Steeped in the traditions of the English Christmas season, plum pudding was originally baked with small silver charms for the coming year, which were kept by the person receiving the serving. These were later replaced by tiny silver coins. Here’s a charming, updated version that includes walnuts.
The great taste of California-grown walnuts makes these soft and chewy macaroons so delicious
From Nonna’s kitchen. A traditional Italian holiday specialty, panettone is derived from pane di Toni, or “Tony’s bread,” from the Italian servant who, in a pinch, improvised a high round cake with pieces of candied fruit, raisins and nuts. Gather your friends and family and wow them with the walnuts in this easy new holiday classic.
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