Serve up these subtly sweet Belgian waffles made with pearl sugar for your next special breakfast or dessert.
Learn more about the founders and vendors of New York City’s first ever dessert festival, Dessert Goals.
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.
These perfectly golden, flaky Pumpkin Spice Croissant Doughnuts are ridiculously easy to make and utterly divine. Got 30 minutes? Then you have time to make these!
Autumn is off to a sweet start with National Caramel Month. It’s 10 times better this year with these 10 boozy caramels to pair with, or decadently drizzle, all over your desserts.
Warm up a traditional old fashioned cocktail with classic vanilla sugar. This is sure to be a winter favorite.
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.
No need to feel crummy this holiday season because you are busy, staying up late, going out, and eating festive foods. Here are a few tips to eating well, plus a fun appetizer recipe.
Swap out the flour in a traditional peanut butter cookie with cocoa powder for a perfect pair that is ready to devour in no time.
Soft, flavorful cinnamon cake is filled with crisp apples. One sweet bite and it will truly feel like fall.
This gluten free lava cake is loaded with a rich, oozing whiskey caramel sauce that emerges to mingle with the deep chocolate and pecans.
The stretched fried dough, shaped like the tail of a beaver or ear of an elephant, is unique to Canada, but so delicious when doused in cinnamon-sugar that everyone should try it.
A beautiful loaf of sweet bread with a swirled design that is easier to accomplish than it may appear.
Buttery, sweet, and flaky with caramel flavors, palmiers are so easy to make. Once you master puff pastry, you are on your way to having these French sweets
A soft cake that is sweetened just by the high-quality chocolate used so that it is overpowered by the taste of sugar and the chocolate flavors can shine.
Fragrant lilacs are a sure sign of spring. Preserve the blossom for seasons to come in a sugar that is perfect for baking or tea.
These delicious lemon cookies are the perfect food to get you out of a winter funk and into the spring mindset.
Caramelized citrus slices, like Meyer lemons, add intrigue to a simple green salad with a honey dressing.
Salty, sweet, and perfectly crave-satisfying, these almonds are a perfect snack to give you a much-needed burst of energy.
Ripe plums in this moist cake are absolutely divine. Grab a fork and dig in while they’re still in season.
Gluten-free cookies similar to the flavor of the coconut caramel Girl Scout version. Sprinkle with espresso sugar for added flavor.
If you want to make your man love truffles, add beer. Tamara Novacoviç with a tip that gives satisfaction across the gender gap.
Candied ginger – sweet treats and perfect for fighting viruses or for stomach pain.
Bar cookies ease of transportation make them great for bringing to a tailgate or outdoor party. The rich caramel icing and soft lemon sugar cookie will appeal to guests of all ages at your next party.
John Nevado takes on the ultra classic dessert Tarte Tatin, and adds even more romance to a legendary dish.
Enjoy a fantastic and super-cute beehive cookies recipe from Sherron Watson.
When the apple butter is done, try some on a bit of toasted bread before you store it in the freezer. Warm apple butter on toast is wonderful.
The lavender sugar topping comes out crunchy on the bottom and serves as a good contrast to the soft baked fruit on top of the upside-down muffins.
Since sorbet isn’t ice cream, it’s basically diet food, right?
A delicious, rich, spiced cake that is beautiful as well.
These cookies look best (and cutest) when rolled in coarse-grained colored sugar, which you can find these days in most supermarkets or hobby stores.
Sweet and spicy, this Indian Mango Chutney makes a delicious spread, dipping sauce, or condiment to add to your curries.
Dutch sugar loaf (sûkerbôle) is a delicious sweet, sticky and gooey Frisian luxurious bread specialty.
Halva is a popular Indian sweet dish, very similar to a pudding made with either a type of flour, ground nut, vegetable or fruit as base.
Candied orange peel dipped in orange flavored chocolate. Looks and tastes great.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a delicious suggestion for a Cinco de Mayo snack recipe.
Queijadas is Rochelle Ramos’ favorite Portugese way to accessorize an espresso.
A semi-melting dessert to freshen you up, comes from Kalle Bergman today. Elderflower cordial sorbet.
Pam Kanavos with some valuable tips on how to succeed with those lovely French desserts.
A traditional seasonal recipe filled with emotions to share with your family and friends.
K.M. Robbins starts her weekend with some creative breakfast cooking.
A simple yogurt muffin with chopped plums and crystallized ginger chips, and a sprinkling of raw sugar and cinnamon for an added crunch.
The key player in this very decadent recipe is the orange juice which is used to make the suzette sauce.
Sarah Kenney sends her husband to the hardware store, and then goes about making the perfect Crème Brulée.
Is there anything easier, better and more honest than a brownie? Jules Clancy doesn’t think so.
Natalie McLaury considers herself a bit of a hoarder when it comes to magazines.
Brooke Dowdy gets a book that inspires her to dig deeper into the world of flours.
Unless you insist on picking the berries yourself, this dessert is so simple we’re not even sure it’s a recipe.
True love is behind this Raspberry Mazarine, as the creator of the recipe is actually allergic to it herself.
Brooke Dowdy sings the praises of blood oranges, and gives the trendy blood orange olive oil cake a test run.
Mehan Dossani has found her favorite flourless chocolate cake recipe, perfect for a friday night dinner at a friend’s house.
Bria Helgerson stopped trying to de-glutify recipes, and instead went for naturally gluten free foods for the cabin weekends with her girlfriends. Enter Valrhona.
Don’t tell anyone that these Chocolate Brownie Bites are really Vegan Date Nut Truffles before they have actually tried them.
At Honest Cooking, we absolutely love to bake. So why not use this Sunday to go through the best baking recipes from last week?
Our Paris correspondent Hervé Palmieri serves up a lovely northern specialty that has very little in common with the Canadian version.
This tart is not too sweet, but full of natural goodness of the berries and the walnuts.
Springtime in Tuscany is perhaps best enjoyed on a sidewalk café in Florence. But if you can’t make it there, you can get a bite of it with Giulia Scarpaleggia’s fantastic Apple Tart.