46 French Recipes


Rich with flavor and tradition, French dishes such as coq au vin and fruit-topped galettes make for special treats at the table.

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  • Baked Pancake

    Baked Pancake

    Average rating of 3.5/5. (8 Ratings)

    There's something luxurious about eating breakfast for dinner and this baked pancake is simple, sweet and sinfully delicious. To amp up the flavor, sprinkle it with lemon juice and sieved powdered sugar, or cut in big hand-held wedges and spread with jam


  • Chocolate Cake

    Chocolate Cake

    Average rating of 4.5/5. (3 Ratings)

    The dense, rich flavor of this homemade cake will capture the hearts of chocolate lovers everywhere. You can top it with your favorite frosting recipe, though a simple dusting of powdered sugar is all the extra sweetness it needs.


  • Chocolate Fondue

    Chocolate Fondue

    Average rating of 5/5. (4 Ratings)

    Yummy fruit makes for the perfect chocolate delivery system in this fun and super-easy dessert, which you can pull together in a mere 20 minutes.


  • The Best Hot Chocolate

    The Best Hot Chocolate

    9 unique takes|
    Average rating of 3.5/5. (9 Ratings)

    Forget those powdery mixes. This is homemade hot cocoa the way Grandma used to make it -- rich, creamy, and unforgettable.


  • White Chocolate and Orange Truffles

    White Chocolate and Orange Truffles

    Average rating of 5/5. (1 Rating)

    A flavor pairing that's unique and utterly delicious -- and sure to please your most ardent white chocolate fans. Citrusy orange balances any sugary sweetness, and when coated in nuts, these morsels are pure decadence.


  • Chocolate Mousse Torte

    Chocolate Mousse Torte

    Average rating of 4/5. (14 Ratings)

    Deep, fudgy flavor is king in this nearly flourless cake. Simple to make, it'll look and taste fresh off the bakery shelf. But you can have this elegant treat ready to serve in just one hour.


  • Potato Soufflés

    Potato Soufflés

    Average rating of 3/5. (1 Rating)

    The word "soufflé" comes from the French "Soufflér," which means "to puff." When you see these come out of the oven, you'll understand why!


  • French Potato Salad

    French Potato Salad

    Average rating of 5/5. (2 Ratings)

    Unlike its American ounterpart, which is generally smothered in mayonnaise, this potato salad, made with new potatoes, spring onions and an oil and vinegar dressing, is lighter and bright in flavor.


  • Apple and Chicken Crepes

    Apple and Chicken Crepes

    Average rating of 5/5. (1 Rating)

    Good at room temperature or warm this combo of crepes stuffed with chicken, Brie, pecans and apples is sure to please everyone in the family.


  • Friendly Fondue

    Friendly Fondue

    Average rating of 0/5. (0 Ratings)

    This is a very gentle fondue. Feel free to experiment with the cheese and liquid.


  • Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Gorgonzola Cream Sauce

    There is nothing more heavenly than a thick drizzle of gorgonzola cream sauce over a beautiful cut of meat. Beef tenderloin is a delicious choice for a small holiday feast, but this sauce works equally well over a roasted tri-tip or grilled steak.


  • Asparagus with Delicious Dip

    Asparagus with Delicious Dip

    Average rating of 0/5. (0 Ratings)

    As with all vegetable matter, put this out before dinner when your kids are milling around starvingly. They'll eat it.


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