3 French Desserts That Are Easier Than You Think & Perfect For The Holidays!

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  1. I am curious about my ancestry! Pick me pick me LOL😂😌 . I love your recipes, I will definitely give them a try this Christmas! Thanks for sharing!. CONGRATULATIONS on your baby!

  2. Hi there, I would love to have one for my children and grandchildren to be able to know where they are from. As African-Americans we have no idea of our true ancestry and it would be fun to find out if we have Native American blood as well, thanks for a chance to know.

  3. of course, I'm watching this about half a year after it's been posted XD because I've been mom-ing it up myself for the past year 😛 but slowly I find the time to catch up :3 anywho – you make these look easy! I always believed I can pull off a souffle or a creme brulee, but seeing it step-by-step, I now think it won't be as big of an endeavor as I thought before.

  4. These look sooooo delicious🤤
    I’m french and I love clafoutis (especially with cherries).
    If I may, you should add a bit of kirsch to your barrer(this is an alcohol made gril cherries). This would give a perfect taste to the clafoutis😘

  5. Delicious food. Ancestry is data collection, more than social media and online banking. Many of the results are fake and they sell your DNA to labs for experiments. If you participate, enjoy your fantasy results and know that you are doing your part to build the Brave New World to come (take a good look at China).

  6. I loved this video! It reminded me of my dad who swears he is also 100% French, but when my sister took a DNA test it only showed 7% French in her, so we are all so curious to see what background my dad is actually from! I’d love to gift him this ancestry DNA kit!

  7. I know for sure her new baby shower will be a girl for sure because all our cooking show with wonderful and I hope the daughter who will keep on the fire for cooking to keep on going

  8. I would gift this to my brother. Both of our grandfathers passed before we could meet them and he is very interested about our ancestors. I think it would be very interesting for him!

  9. The new updates to ancestry results are so cool too. I found out I am 85% Anglo Saxon 8% Scot and 7% Scandinavian. Interestingly many (majority) of the people in my area (Southeast) have almost identical results. Also that most are more Anglo than the average Englishman/woman. I'm thinking bc families got here around 450 years ago and didn't have contact with others. It's all so fascinating!

  10. Congrats to the winners! ( : I'm adopted & my biological parents have passed away, so I look forward to doing ancestryDNA in the future. It's fun to imagine what the winners of this will find out! Have a great weekend everyone : )

  11. I love your videos! But I have to say, this is probably my favorite one that you've done 🙂 You make these look so easy – I'll have to give them a try!

  12. The first dessert you made is one that we call in Spanish “leche asada.” It is one of my mom’s favorite. I would love for my mom or both my parents to fully know where our ancestors traveled and brought us where we are today. Your belly is so cute and the date is coming near. I wish both of you a healthy delivery. 😊😊😊
    Hugs to you!

  13. Love these recipes! I did my ancestry DNA last year & it had some surprises! It’s amazing how much family lore is often incorrect. My mother’s side wasn’t such a surprise, as I’d traced that lineage pretty well about 20 yrs ago. However, there was some French & Italian that goes way back to the 1600-1500s I’d not ever traced. I also joined the site, so was able to confirm the DNA results when I built my tree. Once my mom & dad had their DNA kits done, I had every piece of the puzzle. It was my dad’s southern family that had the most misinformation about our heritage. Several ethnicities that’d been passed on as fact thru generations were never in the family as far as DNA & the family tree can tell. And Ancestry has been able to go back centuries! I would love to give my hubby a kit. He never knew his father & would love to know more about that side of his heritage/lineage. It’s helpful info if he ever decides to do his own tree, or if I decide to build one for him off of mine, thru his tab as my husband. I’m so excited for your baby darling! As a January (Capricorn) baby, I can assure you that your baby will be a perfect little human 😉😊.

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