Sometimes you just don't want (or don't have time) to turn on the oven. No-bake recipes for favorites like cookies and cheesecake make preparation a breeze; it's about pulling everything together and getting the no-bake creation to table.
Create little edible cabins to display and as snacks.
Let your creative side out with these crafty candies. Make it into an activity for kids of all ages to decorate their own dreidels.
Impress guests with this three-ingredient holiday dessert. Make sure the white chocolate is almost set before adding the peppermints to ensure the candies don't melt.
To make this dessert even more tiramisu-like, sprinkle a bit of espresso powder on top along with the cocoa powder.
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.
Hats off to these chocolate temptations made from ice cream cones and purchased cookies. Each cone is filled with candy treats before it is attached to the base, making for a sweet surprise.
Make the creation of these kid-friendly truffles into a fun activity. Have everyone dip, sprinkle, and taste test!
Enjoy a fruity dessert in just 15 minutes! Serve these caramelized bananas on their own or on top of a bowl of vanilla ice cream.
Assemble these easy make-ahead desserts for a playful treat. Carve your "cups" around snack time to avoid wasting the oranges.
Brighten your holiday dessert options with a tropical take on this classic. Toasted coconut and candied pineapple top smooth white chocolate to complete this easy recipe.
Melted white chocolate would also be delicious as a cone coating in this tropical dessert recipe.
Ready in just 15 minutes, this easy recipe instantly awes guests. Brown sugar, bananas, and a splash of liqueur are warmed and poured over ice cream for an enticing dessert.
Swapping Greek yogurt for the heavy cream and sugar traditionally found in this British dessert makes for a healthier version.
This chocolaty fruitcake bar cookie recipe seems wet after it's pressed into the pan, but it sets up nicely after a night in the refrigerator. The diamond shapes make a lovely holiday presentation.
In this simple bark recipe, dark chocolate is complemented perfectly by toffee, roasted almonds, and dried cherries or cranberries.