Kale, apple and pecan salad with maple dressing

Kale, apple and pecan salad by Bake Bellissima

I love a good fall salad, and this kale, apple, and pecan salad with maple dressing has it all! This recipe is adapted from Once Upon a Chef, an amazing site full of great recipes and ideas. These kinds of hearty salads, full of colorful ingredients, make me crave vegetables, which I admit is not […]

Low carb rosemary and parmesan crackers

Gluten free rosemary crackers

These low carb rosemary and parmesan crackers are so easy to make, it takes only minutes to put these together and you have yourself a healthy and delicious homemade cracker! This recipe can be personalized to your taste. Not a fan of rosemary? No problem, replace with basil or thyme! You can also replace some […]

Romaine wedge with Joe’s dressing

This delicious salad is inspired by a favorite at Joe’s Stone Crab in South Beach, Florida. The dressing is slightly sweet and the colorful veggies make it appealing to the eye. You could serve this on any type of lettuce wedge for a fabulous appetizer course. Enjoy! Romaine wedge with Joe’s dressing   Print The […]

Spinach quiche, 2 ways

Spinach quiche by Bake Bellissima

You cannot go wrong with a classic spinach quiche for Mother’s Day brunch. It’s a crowd pleaser and very easy to prepare. It can be made a day ahead which is perfect for brunch, because who wants to wake up early and start slaving in the kitchen? Especially on Mother’s Day? I definitely don’t! I […]

My mother’s Passover vegetable soup

My mother's Passover vegetable soup by Bake Bellissima

  This  delicious vegetable soup is famous in my family. It is my mother’s recipe, and we all looked forward to eating it at every holiday meal. While it is a simple vegetable soup, to me it is the taste of family togetherness and a warm home. This year, I will be hosting the passover Seder […]

Cheese Straws a la Puttanesca

Cheese Straws a la Puttanesca by BakeBellissima.com

These cheese straws remind me of the parties my mother would frequently throw when I was a young girl. Her tables were sumptuous and she would always set up an aperitif bar in the living room for guests to nibble as they sipped their co

Aioli with vegetables

Aioli with Vegetables

Aren’t we ready for Spring? Trees will only start to blossom here around April and there is still plenty of snow on the ground, which is why in the meantime, I try to bring Spring indoors with bright colours and pretty vegetables.