A strawberry fluff is a quick and easy dessert that's especially refreshing in summer. And the good news is that you don't have to heat up the oven to make it. Lots of variations exist, so find the best strawberry fluff recipe to suit your palate.See Popular Strawberry Fluff Recipes
This airy low-calorie dessert is a delightful way to end a meal. If you wish to further cut the fat, use reduced-fat sour cream.
This chilled strawberry dessert gets creaminess and a touch of tanginess from reduced-fat sour cream. Topped with some ruby-red diced strawberries, it makes a delightful ending to any meal.
Don't reserve peanut butter and jelly for just lunch. Try the classic combo at dessert in these impossible to resist moon pies!
Ah, spring has definitely sprung, and there's something in the waft of a balmy breeze that turns our thoughts in a decidedly sweet direction -- really, though, it doesn't take much to turn our thoughts to dessert. But no, this time of year is different. In winter nothing satisfies our sugar cravings like rich chocolate cake (the denser the better), warm slices of cinnamony apple pie with that golden flaky crust, or a super-moist spice cake topped with snowy white cream-cheese frosting (the winter blues have a knack for disappearing on the scent of spice cake baking in the oven).
Sweet things abound at Easter time--its secular side is practically devoted to candy, from those ubiquitous gooey creme eggs to jewel-toned jelly beans. But man (and kid) cannot survive on candy alone, and once the dishes have been cleared from the Easter feast, it's time for dessert. What makes a dessert an "Easter dessert?"