Carrot cake is a classic dessert at Easter time, but why stop there? Try our recipes for flower-topped angel food cake, chocolate cake, and more for surprising Easter desserts.
A classic vanilla cake gets special treatment with a sweet malted buttercream frosting. Decorate with malted milk balls, other candies or frosting flowers.
Bright herbal flavors and the pretty shape will lure party guests to this sweet cake.
Olive oil keeps the cake layers nice and firm, yet the creamy lemon frosting makes this dessert still feel light as air.
Amaretti are crisp macaroon cookies that contribute to the crisp crust for this richly satisfying and light-as-air dessert recipe. They are great for any occasion.
This fruit-filled spice cake is topped with cream cheese frosting then decorated with chopped pecans.
This fruity dessert is traditionally made in a cast-iron skillet--ideal for caramelizing the pears into a lush sweetness that complements the spicy cake. Kids love the fact that the cake is turned upside down for serving.
This dessert recipe is for caramel lovers. It's in the filling, the frosting, and it's drizzled on top.
Decked out with rose petals, this orange-glazed cake is perfect for Mother's Day or a bridal shower. If you don't have a Bundt pan, bake it in a 10-inch tube pan.
This sweet sensation needs little embellishment beyond a light lemon glaze. Yogurt and beaten egg whites make this cake light and tender.
Unlike many poppy seed cakes, this one is baked in layers and generous with the seeds--about 1/4 cup per layer. The lemon buttercream filling is perfect with the nutty tasting cake.
For a refreshing variation on basic bundt cake, add thyme, lemon juice and zest to the batter, then top the finished dessert with a creamy lemon and powdered sugar glaze.
The light and fresh blend of almond and orange matches the light and airy appearance of this stunning three-layer cake.