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Black Bottom Cherry "Sunflower" Pie

Black Bottom Cherry "Sunflower" Pie

This pie is sunny, too – full of juicy cherries and a surprising, rich ganache base. It’s great with or without the floral effect (you can bake it as a regular double crust pie, no problem)!

The Best Cherry Pie

The Best Cherry Pie

The best way to showcase our delicious fresh cherries! It's always crispy on the bottom, flaky on the top, and nothing but sweet-tart perfection inside.

Apple Cider Magic Cake

Apple Cider Magic Cake

A rich and dense bottom and a fluffy top makes the most moist cake you’ve ever had. It's the textured, dessert version of the ombré trend.

Jasmine Apple Cider

Jasmine Apple Cider

This recipe has to be one of the easiest to make. You are simply making jasmine tea by steeping it in apple cider rather than water. It’s a new way to enjoy the bloom, and it’s amazing to see how this simple change can allow the bloom to sing a different tune.

Unsweetened Applesauce

Unsweetened Applesauce

A simple, classic applesauce recipe.

Can be scaled up or down as needed.

Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Syrup

We grow the Elderberry varieties Coomer and Berry Hill (both varieities were developed in Vermont by  Lewis Hill). A good friend gave us cuttings several years ago, and we have continued to take more (in April) and share every year...

Raw elderberries are considered mildly toxic!

Apple Butter Cinnamon Swirl Bread

Apple Butter Cinnamon Swirl Bread

A beautiful bread swirled with apple butter and cinnamon-sugar. If you’re not just eating it straight from the loaf, we suggest toasting it and topping it with a bit of butter, honey butter, or *even more* apple butter.

Apple and Fig Custard

Apple and Fig Custard

We call this delightful apple and fig custard recipe “dessert for breakfast.”

Whole Grain Harvest Apple Butter Cake

Whole Grain Harvest Apple Butter Cake

Harvest Apple Butter Cake makes one want to shun all other cake recipes for being boring and cloyingly sweet fluff. The whole grains lend a heartiness and complexity of flavor that are exciting in their rustic, perhaps even homegrown, simplicity.

Holiday Apple Kuchen

Holiday Apple Kuchen

This German Apple Kuchen is a cross between bread and coffee cake. A yeast bread on the bottom, topped with an apple pie layer, and finished with a sweet streusel coffee cake top. We love this recipe because it isn’t super sweet like most coffee cakes.

Asian Pear Cobbler

Asian Pear Cobbler

Believe us, you’re gonna want to try this recipe. Especially if you like buttery fruit desserts. Bonus: it’s super easy – you can whip it up quickly with just a few ingredients.

Red Currant Sourdough Pie

Red Currant Sourdough Pie

Tart red currants fill the base of this simple, rustic pie. Similar in flavor to traditional cherry, red currant pie is a bit more sour, a bit more complex.  We love currants paired with this flaky sourdough pie crust whose innate tartness complements their flavor.

Melted Apricots with Fresh Raspberries

Melted Apricots with Fresh Raspberries

These fresh apricots positively melt in the heat of the pan before you toss them with fresh raspberries and sprinkle them with the lightest dusting of pistachios for an easy, no-fuss, one-pan dessert with no added sweetener.

No-Drip Raspberry Popsicles

No-Drip Raspberry Popsicles

Ruby red, delicately floral and sweet with a punch of tartness, raspberry popsicles always seem to have a place in the freezer, tucked away for lazy afternoons.

Fresh Cherry Tart

Fresh Cherry Tart

You don't actually cook the cherries in this oh-so-fresh tart, which shows off their peak-season flavor. 

Cider Donut Bread Pudding

Cider Donut Bread Pudding

In the search for warm, comforting desserts not much tops bread pudding. This tasty version uses cider doughnuts instead of bread as the base, and adds a creamy custard with a hint of vanilla. You just can't go wrong here.