You may simply think that whipped cream is a commercial product, but with recipes such as Sweetened Whipped Cream, Nutmeg Whipped Cream, and Lavendar Whipped Cream, you can make your own tantalizing topping for desserts.
Yogurt and whipped topping mix give the coffee and chocolate filling a creamy smoothness. Just before serving, decorate the frozen pie with a drizzle of chocolate syrup.
Crushed, round crackers add a salty touch to the chewy, nutty meringue crust of this dessert. Chocolate curls add a sweet topper to the torte.
You need only four ingredients for this super easy frozen dessert. Simply layer snack cakes with ice cream and freeze.
Everyday spice cake goes uptown when it's topped with whipped cream and adorned with homemade praline candies.
These mocha-orange desserts are elegant, yet surprisingly easy to make.
This recipe is an updated version of Indian pudding, New England's classic cornmeal and molasses dessert. The cream sauce makes it especially elegant for the holidays.
This angel cake is flavored with cocoa powder and generously frosted with sweetened whipped cream.
Make this towering cake to celebrate any anniversary.
Blend rich whipping cream and crisp, citrusy lime juice with tequila to make this sophisticated dessert. Use packaged cookies and pine nuts to make the crunchy crust.
Strawberry soup is a fun spin on the dessert course. Ingredients such as vanilla bean and a cinnamon stick add depth and flavor to make this a dish you can serve all year.
Thick maple syrup and juicy apples combine in this sweet dessert casserole. Top it with whipped cream or ice cream.
A buttery brown sugar and cinnamon streusel meets sweet golden peaches in one of summer's finest desserts.
With its pink, green, and white layers, this stacks up to one festive cake for the holidays. Fill and frost the layers with a heavenly whipped cream frosting and add a sprinkle of coconut.
This cake recipe is lighter and airier than many, thanks to the beaten egg whites.