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This mandarin orange marmalade is made from leftover oranges.
Fudgy and decadent churro blondies filled with dulce de leche that are easy to make and can be served with your favorite ice cream.
This Lemon Meringue Pie Fudge is ridiculously light and creamy and packed with lemon flavour and meringue pieces atop a shortbread base; it’s definitely the most addictive Spring treat you’ll make!
Loukoumi is the Greek name for Turkish Delight made and enjoyed throughout Greece. Cooks make this sweet in their own kitchens or buy them from specialty candy making shops.
Nokshi or Nakshi Pitha originated in the rural areas of Bengal. The traditional hand carved nokshi pitha is extremely popular in the rural areas during weddings, festivals, and Eid. For generations, these work of art delicacies has been sent to the groom’s family as gifts.
How about ditching the roses for a sweet treat this Valentine’s Day?
Have you guys ever had the problem of deciding between a cookie and a cake? Well, why not have both? Whoopie pies are like a cake-cookie-sandwich. It’s made with cake batter, but in a form of a sandwich that’s easy to hold and eat. There are no forks, knives, or plates needed. Just pick up with your hands and chomp away!
Specially made tokens of affection are more appreciated than a card and a bouquet of flowers. Treat your Valentine with these wholesome sweet treats minus the refined white sugar, and the guilt.
Soft, thick, and slightly chewy Red Velvet sugar cookies slathered in rich, velvety cream cheese frosting!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and these red velvet crinkle cookies are the perfect way to celebrate.
This brownie recipe is the perfect pair of almonds and chocolate.
This chocolate cheesecake cake with Nutella frosting is made with 2 layers of chocolate cake sandwiching a baked chocolate cheesecake and filled and frosted with Nutella frosting.
An easy, everyday pavlova.
These Romanian vanilla walnut cookies will pair perfectly with a hot, cozy cup to warm your hands on a chilly day.
Try this fun dessert with a bubble waffle maker! Add some bananas and a drizzle of chocolate, and these Nutella bubble waffles are complete.
These Paleo Chocolate Truffles are a sweet, guilt-free treat that anyone would love. They’ve got a soft, creamy center and have a crisp chocolate coating.
Chocolate dipped candied fruit is what you’ll want to pair with your cup of hot tea.
These baked chocolate donuts have brewed espresso in the batter and chopped espresso beans on top of the rich, chocolate glaze. You can have your morning cup of coffee and eat it too!
“The whipped cream-filled brioche that no Roman can renounce.”
In Italy, the “Confetti” candies are the sweet symbol for the most important stages of life.
We all know what every food loves to do with golden luscious maple syrup… pancakes!…
These mini pear pies are perfect for the holiday table.
It’s time to grab your favorite winter warmers and cozy up for a cocktail hour spent fireside. Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you.
There are those times what you order at a restaurant turns out to be something so amazing that you want to replicate it at home. This chocolate chip cookie recipe from Castle Hill Inn in Rhode Island is one of them.
Muffins are a breakfast food, even if they are double chunky chocolate chip muffins, right?
Hanukkah is a traditional Jewish holiday celebrating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Also known as the Festival of Lights, the celebration is a time of gift giving, games, and eating oil-based foods. Enjoy the eight days of Hanukkah with these 15 traditional and holiday-themed desserts from across the web.
To make this challenging multi-layered elegant dessert would be quite the accomplishment, and totally worth it in the end.
Having a crowd over for Christmas dinner? Satisfy all the sweet tooth cravings with this decadent toffee, pecan, and sweet potato slab pie.
Looking for a different flavor to frost your Christmas cupcakes with? Try butterbeer frosting – butterscotch chips and cream soda. It’s next on the baking to-do list.
Typical Sicilian cookies, these pine nut delights are delicious and naturally gluten and dairy free so all your eaters may enjoy them.
Elevate your pie-making skills this holiday season with this easy-to-follow, made-from-scratch pie crust.
Similar to gelato, but without the churning, this cool dessert is sure sweet, but tart cherries bring the perfect touch to round it out. Adapted from New Zealand’s Food magazine.
This Chocolate Gingersnap Tart is a decadent holiday dessert that is perfect for sharing. A gingersnap crust is filled with a rich chocolate filling and baked until the chocolate sets into a thick custard.
This shoofly pie has all the flavors of a molasses ginger cookie mixed with a buttery streusel in a flakey pastry crust. The rich, spicy, sweet filling just melts in your mouth bite after bite (slice after slice).
Make this salted caramel pumpkin cake the dessert centerpiece on your holiday table.
This French cake is a special autumn treat when pears are firm and juicy.
A holiday classic loaded with a hefty dose of luxuriously sweet salted caramel!
This seasonal, earthy, and sweet treat is like biting into fall.
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.
Know why various ingredients and techniques and approaches are proselytized, and why someone might choose one ingredient over another or why all recipes say to take a certain step. Different methods will work better or worse for various people, and you’ll have to find what works best for you.
For this tall, classic carrot cake topped with a rich white chocolate frosting and macarons, one slice may be all you need – depending on how you cut it!?
Kuchen is a German cake. This Kuchen is made with apples, honey, and ginger and is the perfect dessert, tea time snack, or with morning coffee.
This Sicilian mozzarella and ricotta tart is a super simple, but delicious, brunch dish.
With only five ingredients, this peanut butter sea salt cookie recipe is so easy to make!
These baked and glazed donuts are a better alternative to the fried ones for someone who enjoys eating donuts for breakfast.
Delicious, and simple pure mango flavor. This is the sort of recipe that easily adapts to whatever dietary needs you or your guests may have.
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!
This No-Bake Orange Yogurt Cheesecake is citrusy, light and rich.
Unless it’s a macaron, almond cookies barely get any attention in the cookie world, but they should! Try this cookie recipe made with almond butter and dipped in cacao nibs and fleur de sel. It will be almost too beautiful to eat.
This Chocolate Zucchini Coconut Oil Bread is made healthy with plenty of zucchini, whole wheat, and coconut oil instead of butter. It’s decadent, moist, and utterly satisfying for breakfast or dessert.
Say what? This decadent dessert sounds even more enticing with this gluten-free recipe option!
October is National Caramel Month. Apples are in season. Everybody loves pie. Celebrate with this simple caramel and apple pie!
Hot toddy and caramel popcorn meet to create this unforgettable and cozy hot toddy caramel popcorn. Is there anything better than a boozy cocktail-inspired caramel popcorn?
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.
Pumpkin cheesecake crumble bars. The name says it all! These bars are full of the best flavors and topped with a crumbly oat topping! The sweet sour cream layer adds a tang that goes well with the pumpkin cheesecake. You will love these!
Just in time for the hot summer weather, Amorino Gelato opens its 4th door in NYC serving traditional Italian gelato and a sweet flower called the Macarose.
A chewy peda sweet is similar to fudge, but made with a cooked dough spiced with cardamom and saffron and topped with dried fruits or nuts.
These thin crepe-like pancakes make an excellent addition to afternoon tea, or spread with jam and folded up with whipped cream, they are a delicacy fit for festive occasions.
It’s too warm to turn on the oven, instead try one of these low temperature desserts that are beautiful crowd pleasers.