Pamper yourself or someone you love with this decadent Pinot Noir caramel sauce. It’s so luxurious drizzled over ice cream, warm brownies and more.
Naked cakes popped up a few years ago and quickly became a huge trend. But these stripped cakes seem to be here to stay! Here’s how to make them.
With a layer of cake and a homemade cappuccino ice cream layer, this double mocha ice cream cake is a perfect end-of-summer treat.
What better dessert to celebrate spring that a gluten free tiramisu with Ladyfingers (sponge cookies that in Italian are called “Savoiardi”), a delicious dairy free “mascarpone” cream and a hint of coffee that creates the most amazing contrast of flavors?
Learn more about the founders and vendors of New York City’s first ever dessert festival, Dessert Goals.
Use your mashed potatoes in a whole new way. Check out this video recipe to learn how to make creamy, dairy-free chocolate truffles.
An array of nuts, candied ginger, winter spices, and dark chocolate make for a festive and delicious Italian dessert with a bit of crunch.
At Dessert Goals, New York City’s first ever festival dedicated to all things sweet, guests left with the sweetest sugar high and best dessert pictures imaginable.
Let a warm plate of aromatic scones made with a milk thistle, barley, and orange peel tea brighten a cold morning or easily feed a holiday brunch crowd.
A delicious polenta cake with ground almonds that is soaked in a sweet lemon syrup and topped with smooth lemon glaze.
Brioche Col Tuppo is a traditional Italian sweet bread. Aromatic and flavorful, it can be served by itself or with a fruity granita!
Homemade rustic nectarine crostata made with sweet and juicy nectarines, and a dash of cinnamon, is the perfect end of summer dessert!
Put two of our favorite desserts together? You don’t have to tell us twice. Here’s how to make ice cream sandwiches with the chewy marshmallow rice krispie treats.
These gluten free scones are easy to whip up and glaze with a simply delicious ginger icing.
A quick and easy muffin recipe that is nutritious enough for breakfast and fragrant enough to get you salivating.
This homemade pistachio ice cream is loaded with real pistachio nuts for an amazingly cool, creaming, and flavorful dessert.
No ice cream maker? No problem! Whip up this cool and creamy vegan dessert made with coconut milk and Dream’s new Ultimate Almond.
Butter, sugar, biscuit dough, and chocolate. We’re sold! Here’s how to make this chocolate and nut filled monkey bread.
A perfect dessert for spring, this bright lemon cake can be made and glazed in a flash.
Fried dough? Count us in! Check out this easy process for making cinnamon-sugar donuts.
Favorite sweet and salty flavors of trail mix make their way into soft cookie dough. We will never look at the outdoor snack the same!
Honest Cooking’s got a treat for you! We’ve combined forces with Smitten Ice Cream and present to you the recipe for their seasonal blood orange with pistachio cookies topped with a strawberry prosecco sauce.
These yeasted donuts have just the right amount of springy, sweetness that you crave from a good donut. Make them for yourself at home.
If you’re a serious chocolate lover that adores a classic chocolate cake this is for you. Soft, decadent, and rich, this is the ultimate chocolate cake.
A crumble is the perfect way to feature whatever fruit is in season, from apples to berries. Here is the perfect formula to have on hand, simply insert your fruit of choice.
Be inspired by this quick snapshot of how to make beautiful orange blossom meringues for a plated dessert.
There’s nothing quite like creamy, light soft serve ice cream on a warm day. Without a fancy machine, recreate the classic chain restaurant dessert in your own home with regular ingredients.
Grandma makes the best pie crust, but it is time to perfect the recipe. Play around with fats and keep the ingredients cold to create flaky crust dough.
You will probably adore this homemade Starburst candy more than the chewy original, but of course this version has better ingredients and will be fresh.
A creamy cheesecake mousse is layered with biscuit crumbs and strawberries for a beautiful dessert that doesn’t require the oven.
Made with a buttery, laminated, yeast dough, like croissants, the Kouign-Amann is a delightful pastry. Sweet and salty with plenty to of delicious flake.
Learn how to make the smoothest custard center with a crunchy, unburned sugary crust.
Sweet and savory, learn how to create this tall, flecked soufflé dessert. This dazzling dessert is an impressive kitchen feat or skill to master and have forever.
Learn how to make the chocolate and coconut candy bar, but with all natural ingredients.
Sea salt brightens this rich nut butter candy that is flecked with coconut flakes and sweetened with honey.
From the tree to the bottle, see a small part of the maple process and enjoy the fresh syrup in a delicious apple butter.
Snowshoe Candy Co. in Omaha was started by a farmer who wanted a project during off season. She spends her winters making candies when not growing veggies.
In the winter, sometimes citrus is our only option when it come to the freshest fruits. Try canning marmalade this winter complete with fiber-rich chia.
The Brooklyn been-to-bar chocolate makers are not only business partners, but brothers too. Get an inside look at their amazing chocolate.
The small cakes are simple to make and will be mixed and out of the oven in less than an hour. Enjoy the warm and nutty flavors of winter with this dessert.
A comforting food that is best served warm with a slab of butter, try this simple soda bread with a hot mug of tea.
Before this cake is flipped, apples are nestled into a bottom layer of caramel and then topped with a simple, sweet batter. Serve warm with ice cream.
The Cook’s Atelier, a small cooking school, wine shop, and culinary center in Beaune, France, places importance on the freshest ingredients, and patience.
Yeast-raised sweet breads are great to cozy up with during the winter. Mix in dried fruits and soak in rum syrup after baking for a fun treat.
Whether it is cold or rainy, baking takes the chill out and adds a sweetness to the day. Try this recipe for a bundt cake on your next afternoon inside.
Once you have it down you will be craving to hear that perfect crack as your spoon dips into the crust of caramelized sugar and dives into the custard below
Perfect for entertaining, this candy is simple and sweet with only four ingredients.
Forgo the waiting in the cold by the bonfire for the sticky sweet treat. Keep warm inside and enjoy the classic favorite with a fall or winter twist.
Learn how to make autumn a bit warmer and sweeter with these scrumptious apple fritters. The fritters are rolled in cinnamon sugar and fried to perfection.
The beauty of a galette is that it doesn’t require precision to make a beautiful tart. Gather your favorite fall apple and create this simple dessert.
Learn how to master the iconic soufflé and then top it off with a crème anglaise.
Small cakes flecked with pecans and sprinkled with raspberry-lime salt are the perfect cure for sleepless blues.No baking required.
All you need for this crumble is the best apples around. Chop the fruit, add flour, sugar, butter and spices and get a kitchen that smells like heaven.
Delicate shortbread tartlets with a hint of herby-citrus is filled to the brim with rich chestnut mousse.
Deep fried, sugary dough plunged in to smooth dark chocolate sauce may be just the pick-me-up you need. What’s not to love?
This multi-layered chocolate cake is fit for a royal occasion. Or make it simply for fun and decadent consumption.
In just three ingredients, create a perfectly packable snack that also doubles as a delicious cookie.
A sweet midday snack with a punch of protein to get you through until the next real meal.
Soft, chewy chocolate cake soaks up a sweet butterscotch sauce for a delightful dessert. Top with walnuts for the perfect crunch.
Mini vegan tarts with a flavorful crust are the perfect vessel for fall’s apples. Dust with cinnamon and sweeten with dates for a delicious dessert.