Who said lunch couldn't have dessert? We say it should and offer these recipes for the best desserts that have that lunch quality--easy to make, easy to eat, and not too heavy.
Make your feelings known by creating light and airy meringue letters and shapes to spell out any message. Slip some in a kid's lunch for a sweet surprise!
These cakelike bars are just like brownies--only blond, hence the name. The added chocolate adds extra decadence.
Toasting the hazelnuts to heightens the nut flavor in this bar cookie recipe.
This bar tastes just like pecan pie, but an assortment of your favorite snack nuts takes the place of the pecans.
Decorate your choice of cake mix to create flavorful Christmas ornament cupcakes. Tint creamy white frosting with different colors, cut white rolled fondant icing into shapes, and add luster dust for a light sheen.
The rich peanut butter base for these delicious bars can be made ahead and frozen according to the recipe. Before guests arrive, simply thaw and top with jam and strawberries for a last-minute dessert.
These rich dessert bars are much easier to make than traditional panforte--an Italian fruitcake-like pastry.
You can make these spice bars ahead and keep them refrigerated until party time.
Peanuts and chocolate are a most favored special treat. Cookie lovers of all ages will adore these candy- and peanut-studded delights.
Strawberries are the sweet stars in this layered gelatin dessert made with a cream cheese layer over a cookie-like base studded with pecans.
Breakfast just got a little crunchier with these super-healthy oat squares made with almond butter, coconut, chia seeds, and brown sugar. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to one week.
Serve this red velvet dessert family-style in a trifle dish or as single servings in mason jars or any clear glasses you have handy.