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Christina Lane - Food BloggerGrowing up in a food-obsessed family and spending a lot of time in her Aunt Rose’s restaurant as a child, Christina Lane was destined to be a fantastic cook. Now married and living and working as a private chef in St. Louis with her husband, she mostly cooks for two and (like all of us) has a sweet tooth that needs indulging after dinner.


After becoming frustrated with the lack of recipes made for two, especially in the dessert category, she took matters into her own hands and started her blog, Dessert for Two, to share how she takes Southern classics (and a few surprises) and turns them into recipes that are perfect for just a few people.

 

 

 

 

 

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Apple Cider Tiramisu

Authentic Italian Tiramisu for Two

Cherry Pie Milkshakes

Delicious Dr. Pepper Cake

Fabulous Frito Chocolate Chip Cookies

Four Ingredient Thin Mints

Irish Triple Threat Cookies

Pineapple Upside-Down Cakes for Two

Simple Summer Berry Crumble for Two

Soft Pretzel Bread Pudding

Summer Sangria Sorbet

Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits

Texas Peach Cobbler

Apple Cheesecake Crumb Pie

Champagne Sundaes with Toasted Pound Cake

Vanilla Bean Roasted Acorn Squash

Pumpkin French Toast Waffles

Matcha Marshmallows

Eggnog Cake Mix Cookies

Matcha Lime Snowball Cookies

Cranberry Vanilla Dream Cake Recipe

5-Ingredient Matcha Tiramisu Recipe

Texas Style Moist Chocolate Cake Recipe

Muffin Tin Bread Pudding Recipe

Boozy Peach Pie Bars

Muffin Tin Raspberry Pies

Chocolate Heart Break Cake

Mini Raspberry Chocolate Pound Cakes

Boysenberry Hand Pies

Chai Caramel Icebox Cake

Ricotta Pound Cake Cupcakes

Hummingbird Pancakes with Cream Cheese Drizzle

Sweet and Salty Strawberry Pretzel Parfaits

Super Easy Chocolate Pie Recipe

Simple Cheesecake Popsicles

Black and Matcha Cookies

No-Bake Blackberry Ice Cream Pie

Lovely Lemon Layer Cake Recipe

Simple Strawberry Cinnamon Rolls

Boozy Bourbon Cherry Slushies

 

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In your Comfort and Joy cookbook I decided to try the carrot cake today and realized there was no learner listed. I guessed and put one half tsp of baking powder. It seemed fine but I wanted to be sure that was the correct measurement and whether soda or powder. Thank you, am ordering your 2 other cookbooks. Especially love your recipe for onion soup, sincerely, Caroline

Hi CJ! This recipe did need a leavener, and there will be a correction posted in the next edition of the book! If you have more questions about her amazing cookbooks, you can ask her directly at dessertfortwo.com :)

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