A great use for times when you have extra hardboiled eggs around the house. I don’t move fast enough to call this a quick recipe but it’s quickly becoming a family favorite. You can work ahead to make it a quicker dinner by stopping after the sauté step, cooling it a little, then mixing in the cheese, and putting the filling in the fridge overnight, then mix in the raw egg, assemble the tart and pop it in the oven when you’re ready to eat.
I’ve heard from other parents that the rainbow cake can be a nightmare – too much cake. If you slice it thin so it’s a reasonable amount of cake, it falls apart, if you split the layers so each kid gets 2 or 3, kids complain they didn’t get the colors they wanted. Then you have this awkwardly tall leftover cake hanging around. Well, the state of Maryland has a solution for you. I baked a rainbow cake, Smith Island Style (with white chocolate icing) and it worked on 8 levels.
A boozy banana dulce de leche milkshake inspired by a recipe from Santiago Giorgini, an Argentinian Chef and TV presenter. Bananas and dulce de leche are a classic Argentinian combination, the milk and bananas are the creamy foundation from which the Scottish (or Irish) cream and dulce de leche sparkle.