Every good baker needs a staple chocolate frosting recipe that is rich, smooth and totally fudgy. This can be yours.
Soft, fragrant vanilla bean cake is frosted with a purple berry frosting that tastes like spring, but can use a jar of preserves or jam tucked away in your fridge.
Filled with berry preserves, these doughnuts are fluffy, sweet, and perfect brunch.
Muffins are a breakfast food, even if they are double chunky chocolate chip muffins, right?
It’s Friday. Time for a treat! These chocolate chunk cookies with pretzels will satisfy your end-of-the-week indulgences.
What goes better with chocolate than espresso? Bake a batch of these fudgy brownies and top with a cinnamon butter cream and a one more layer of chocolate.
It is the perfect time of year to cozy up with a warm, sweet scone and a hot drink. Add in chocolate, nuts, jam and more.
Mini chocolate bundt cakes are sliced in half and filled with fluffy buttercream, topped with some crunchy, sweet cereal and drizzled with chocolate.
Soft peanut butter cookies team up with their delicious teammate, chocolate ganache, for a sweet dessert sandwich.
Simple, buttery biscuits are amped up with creamy blue cheese and a hint of rosemary. The savory combination is perfect at any meal.
Swirled cinnamon cookies hold the secret to happiness, aka cinnamon roll glaze in frosting form. These soft cookies with cream cheese icing are dreamy.
The combination of coffee and donuts is iconic. This delicious recipe topped with a ganache and walnuts combines the two in a great new way.
A soft, domed black and white cookie can be enjoyed outside of New York City. Recreate the classic with this recipe.
Magical mood changers, these lemon bars feel like spring and will brighten up the kitchen for sure.
This simple layered dessert uses up the the last of the pretzels, baking chips, and dried fruits that are sitting in you cupboards.
A bowl of triple chocolate ice cream a day keeps the doctor away. So does an ice cream cake. Use a spring form pan for a simple summer dessert.
This pastry is a total pecan and sugar bomb with icing. Wash it down with a cup of black coffee and your morning is automatically on the right track.
Take the iconic classic and make it yours.This is a four ingredient recipe. Yes, 4 ingredients. And no bake time. It’s so easy, it’s almost cheating.
This almond cake is so easy. Just combine ingredients into two groups and mix. The result is a moist cake with beautiful height. Perfect with fresh fruit.
An indulgent brownie for adults and also a perfect sweet treat for children. These brownies are moist and flavorful with the addition of buttermilk and a icing to top them.
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If you’ve got a birthday or other celebration coming up, this just might be the sweetest, happiest, most colorful cake you can make.
These powdered sugar-covered holiday cookies live up to their name with a super delicate, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Canned pumpkin gives this rich chocolate cake a fudgy texture and keeps the whole thing moist.
We know it’s not easy but be sure to let these donuts cool completely before dusting them with powdered sugar.
Filled with spices and topped with a rich cream cheese and ricotta frosting, these cupcakes would be a great addition to a holiday party.
The ricotta adds a richness and density, much like sour cream would, but also creates a fudgey consistency.
The fruity flavors in the Swedish cider lend this quick bread a sweetness that is enhanced by a zesty glaze.
You don’t even need a recipe for this semi-homemade dessert, just assemble the ingredients and consider your sweet tooth satiated.
To keep chocolate chip cookies soft and chewy in the center, pull them from the oven just as the edges reach a golden brown color.
Who says too much of a good thing can’t be even better? Instead of just one type of chocolate chip, these cookies have three – and an extra drizzle of each on top.
The hoppy notes in the Weissbier cheese blend perfectly with the garlic and beer to create a addictive dip that’s perfect with crackers, bread or even just a spoon.
Here is a soft pretzel recipe for you. No segue. This is a post about kindness and pretzels.
The filling for these cookies is made from fresh strawberries which makes it even more mind blowing than it already is.
This is a classic yellow cake recipe with just a little bit of cocoa powder and hazelnut extract added.
The kale slaw is meant to compliment the flavor, but it’s not a must. You could also make a corn and black bean salad and top your masa cakes with that.
Here is the secret no baker wants you to know: Bread is easy to make. Don’t be intimidated by it needing to rise twice and everything else that goes with it
Hummingbird cake is a classic Southern cake. It is moister than most cakes and is usually paired with cream cheese frosting.
Some things are just better by handful. Popcorn, soy nuts, skittles, and yes, you guessed it, blueberries.
These are very simple but very delicious. They’re best served warm with some powdered sugar on top.