Spruce up the usual chocolate chip cookies with shards of Andes mints candy.
These muffins are coated in cinnamon sugar and bake up to be light and fluffy, just like a perfect doughnut, except this time they’re made in the oven.
Tis the season of baking. But do you know what kind of butter to use? Check out our butter guide to different kinds of butters and what we like to use them for.
Revamp your usual coffee cake and make them softer and more flavorful with almond butter and cappuccino powder. Plus, bake them in muffin tins for easy serving.
Make this special breakfast treat, a braided cinnamon danish made with homemade laminated dough.
With a gingersnap cookie crust, these brownies are a delightful chocolate treat for the winter months.
No scooping required, these brown butter cookie bars are loaded with dark chocolate chunks to make an insanely delicious dessert combo.
These classic cream puffs are filled with a Nutella cream filling and topped with chocolate glaze.
This apple cake is flavored with almond paste, cinnamon and orange zest, and full of apples in every bite. It’s great for both breakfast and dessert.
Instead of the usual charcuterie board or crostini, make your smoked duck into a buttery, impressive braided smoked duck pastry appetizer. It’s sure to blow your guests away.
Planning for a cookie exchange or a holiday dessert spread? Check out our favorite cookies of the year. PS It’s National Cookie Day, get baking so you can celebrate.
These soft pumpkin streusel muffins have a crunchy-sweet topping and big flavor, but are still able to be vegan and gluten free.
What could be a better appetizer than salty, crunchy cheesy Parmesan twists? Pair them with a bottle of Chardonnay and the party is off to a great start.
Sticky toffee pudding is a hallowed British dessert which is essentially a warm date cake served with a toffee sauce. It’s deliciously rich and comforting treat, perfect for a chilly evening.
Braided with roasted garlic paste spread between the layers of dough, this garlic bread can be devoured right out of the oven or served with a bowl of soup.
This soft oat and apple cake is easy to make and can be served with honey or as-is with tea, cider or a glass of milk. A simple, sweet treat.
These paleo pumpkin magic bars are a gluten free and vegan-friendly version of the classic dessert, but this time packed with fall spices.
Made with olive oil and whole wheat flour, these pumpkin spice muffins are not too sweet and come with a bit of a healthy spin.
A sweet cake is perfect to share during parties or just enjoy for a dessert with the family. Sweet potatoes bring delicious moisture to the batter and pecans and chocolate chips bring delicious flavors to make the perfect sweet potato cake.
Dig into this tender spiced caramel apple upside down cake with a gooey apple topping that can’t be resisted.
These pumpkin pie crumble bars are like pie, but better! A crumb topping, thick, creamy texture and a drizzle of icing make this fall dessert a real winner.
All your favorite taco ingredeints are layered in a pan with dough to become the most delicious savory monkey bread. Dig into this taco monkey bread while you’re watching your next football game with friends.
This sweet, soft, stunning pound cake is made with sweet potatoes to be extra delicious and special.
These cranberry chocolate chunk cookies are loaded with so many rich flavors thanks to whole wheat flour, oats, brown sugar and big chunks of dark chocolate. Make a big batch and share cookies with everyone you know.
Celebrate fall and winter with this warm-tasting spice bundt cake doused in a stunning cream cheese glaze.
These fall-hued French macarons are filled with a sweet and seasonal pumpkin spice buttercream.
Perfect for a breakfast treat, these sweet potato muffins are packed with nuts and nutrients for a great bite on the go or a relaxing baked good with your morning coffee.
With a puff pastry crust, this just might be the easiest salted caramel apple galette you could ever make.
Espresso and pumpkin spice come together in these cream cheese-topped cupcakes to taste like the best pumpkin spice latte, but in dessert form.
These gluten free hand pies are loaded with an apple pie filling and drizzled in a sweet cinnamon glaze.
These soft pretzels are chewy, flavorful and totally gluten free. Top with cheese, herbs, salt, or whatever your tastebuds desire.
Sweet, spiced and floral, this date challah is braided with a sweet cardamom filling complete with rose water. It’s a show-stopping presentation, too!
Filled with an icing made with mandarin juice, these mandarin shortbread cookies use the zest and juice citrus fruit.
This recipe may seem simple, but it’s depth of flavor thanks to the almond batter, citrus on top and a dollop of yogurt when serving, make it out-of-this-world beautiful. Inside and out.
These gluten free and paleo almond flour brownies are topped with an amazingly delicious almond butter frosting. They’re rich, dense and a perfect pick-me-up.
Perfect with a warm mug of tea, coffee or hot cider, these gluten free pumpkin spice sones are soft, buttery and so festive for fall.
An easy chocolate sheet cake is topped with fluffy coffee-cocoa frosting and a sprinkling of sea salt. It’s about to take you to dessert paradise with one bite.
All the mix-in’s for these almond butter blondies make their name quite the mouthful. We bet you wish you had a mouthful of these right now.
An Oreo crust, an espresso-spiked batter and served with a Kahlúa whipped cream. This espresso cheesecake sure satisfies our sweet tooth.
The dough of these baked pumpkin doughnut holes is made with pumpkin puree and rolled in a sweetly spiced cinnamon sugar mix.
Without the typical butter or yogurt that is often seen in naan preparations, this garlic naan bread with satisfy your carb cravings without lacking in flavor or the usual soft texture.
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They’re rich, decadent and can be made in one bowl. Introducing apple walnut blondies topped with a whiskey caramel sauce, a perfect fall dessert.
With almond extract in the batter and a topping of hazelnuts, pine nuts and whipped cream, this pear cake is simple, but simply stunning.
These easy olive oil brownies are chewy with crisp edges, can easily be stirred together and are made without dairy.
Brunch just got a whole lot better thanks to these Bacon and Caramel Glazed Sticky Buns. Besides tasting great, they can be ready in just an hour.
Made with honey and Greek yogurt, this almond fig cake is soft and delightful with a sweetened whipped mascarpone topping.
This walnut banana cake made in one easy sheet will melt in your mouth with its buttery flavor.
This Fig and Mascarpone Tart is an elegant and delicious way to say goodbye to summer and welcome fall.
These soft, gluten free peanut butter zucchini muffins are loaded with extra flavor thanks to the nut butter.
Besides the fact that these gluten free brownies are pure magic, they are also topped with magic bar ingredients, like nuts, coconut and chocolate chips.
This indulgent, flourless, dark chocolate torte is paired with a sweet cherry compote to be quite the rich, seductive dessert.
This tall almond and fig cake is soaked in amaretto syrup, layered with fig jam and orange blossom ricotta buttercream and finished with a robe of chocolate glaze. It is truly decadent.
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Tangy, sweet lime curd macarons are just what your day needs. They’re fun to make, look at, give away and eat. Check out the tips to a perfect macaron, too.
Chewy, chocolate-loaded peanut butter brownies are gluten free, flourless and loaded with chopped peanut butter cups.
Pick your poison errr, we mean your filling. Choose a vanilla mascarpone or chocolate filling for these stunning summer fruit tarts and celebrate the product of the season while it’s around for the next few weeks.
These luscious, tropical-tasting coconut cheesecake bars are drizzled with chocolate to be a glorious dessert.
The ingredeints and instructions are simple, but this buttermilk bundt cake tastes truly spectacular.
Add some extra crunch to your next batch of double chocolate cookies with peanuts. It’s the perfect flavor and texture combo.