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.
Few desserts are as rich and indulgent as cheesecake. The prospect of whipping one up, however, can be a little intimidating to the novice chef. Rest assured, while the textures and flavors are complex, the traditional cheesecake recipe is pretty straightforward. Once you master the basics of how to make cheesecake, you can try your hand at some deliciously decadent variations.
If you're in charge of desserts for Thanksgiving, knowing how to make a pumpkin pie is a requirement. But you don't have to wait for November to enjoy this fall favorite. Grocery store shelves hold canned pumpkin year round. Pumpkin, even the canned variety, is packed with beta-carotene and other nutrients, making it a dessert you can feel good about eating any day of the year.
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.
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.
It's only fitting that pecans are joined by another product of the South, peanuts, in this holiday pie recipe. Peanut butter gives an additional peanutty boost to the sweet filling.
This creamy vanilla pudding requires just five ingredients to prepare. Garnish this dessert with raspberries to add a colorful, fruity touch.
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.
These chewy cookies are spiced with a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg. Keep them at home as a family favorite, or share them. They make the perfect food gift when packaged in decorative boxes or wrapped in colorful cellophane.
The cream cheese filling makes this rich and buttery dessert stand out among other cake recipes.
This sweetened mix of cheese crackers, cereal, nuts, and pretzels makes the perfect anytime snack recipe. Make a double batch and serve it on game day.