All hail dessert! We all turn into a kid when confronted with a freshly baked apple pie, a towering chocolate layer cake, or a plate piled high with chocolate chip cookies after dinner. Dessert recipes tend to get passed down from generation to generation, because we all crave the sweets we ate when were children, whether it's a creamy lemon pudding, gooey chocolate brownies, or a stacked strawberry shortcake. Skip the premade stuff at the supermarket and take the time to make your own - half the fun is letting the kids help you bake. We're always told to save room for dessert, but let's be honest - room or not, we'll eat it anyway.
We blended classic s'more flavors in one ridiculously decadent milk shake. The recipe offers several ingredient variations, such as peanut butter, malted milk powder or cinnamon graham crackers, so it's easy to adapt the shake to your flavor preference.
It's that peanut butter and chocolate duo that is a delightful combination. Always a Christmas cookie favorite, this treat can be frozen for make-ahead convenience.
The carrots should be finely chopped or they may sink to the bottom of the pan during baking.This dessert is a delight for birthdays or special occasions.
Zucchini and carrots make these small cakes moist and delicious. Prepare them in a mini bundt pan to set them apart from the rest of the muffins on your brunch table.
Croissants replace the bread in this favorite dessert casserole, increasing the rich flavor.
A creamy butter made with cashews and brown sugar turns ordinary sugar cookie cutouts into ultra-buttery treats.
This edible barn and silo recipe is the perfect kid's activity for a rainy day. Just make sure you have graham crackers, pretzels, vanilla frosting, and wheat crackers on hand.
Fresh blueberries are folded into the filling to make this luscious cheesecake recipe. Additional berries tossed in raspberry jam are piled on top for a truly eye-catching dessert.