This soft, sweet Apple Cider Bread is a delicious fall treat. It is gluten free and sweetened only with honey – it’s perfect for a quick breakfast or snack.
These Apple Blondies are made with brown sugar, applesauce, fresh apples, and a touch of cinnamon. A honey and whiskey-laced Hot Toddy Glaze crowns this delicious fall treat.
With a shortbread crust and a soft, sweet center, these brown sugar bars are our new favorite sweet to bring to potlucks.
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.
An Oreo crust, an espresso-spiked batter and served with a Kahlúa whipped cream. This espresso cheesecake sure satisfies our sweet tooth.
Grab your slow cooker and get ready to make one of the easiest apple crisps of your life complete with a touch of peanut butter.
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.
Fruity and chocolatey, these blueberry brownies are a perfect summer dessert served with ice cream.
This sweet and salty peanut butter pretzel cheesecake even comes with a layer of chocolate. It’s bound to be a new favorite dessert.
With lemon curd in the batter and topped with more curd and torched meringue, this lemon cheesecake is a sweet-tart delight.
These chocolate-loaded Mississippi Mud Brownies have a brownie base that is topped with peanut butter, marshmallows, pecans, and a light chocolate frosting. Just like the pie!
This simple, rustic strawberry galette is made extra special with a basil butter crust.
Loaded with chocolate, caramel, and coconut, these mini samoa bundt cakes are the perfect sweet treat.
Take some time for you and for this little piece of cake heaven. Invented by Italian priests, this dessert really is a slice of paradise.
While these banana muffins are exquisite, it’s the deep, rich butterscotch whiskey sauce that will really win you over. Besides using it to glaze the soft muffins, drizzle it over ice cream, cakes and more.
Suitable for a sweet winter snack, this Italian favorite with dried figs and nuts is soft and great with wine or a glass of milk.
This delicious Italian crostata is ideal for a winter breakfast or snack and filled with a vibrant blood orange marmalade.
Harvest pumpkin brownies are made with a delicious ingredient, tea, for the ultimate autumn treat. Dark chocolate and pumpkin batters are swirled for a simple and stunning sweet.
The perfect pie is when you can use your own, seasonal fruits that you have just picked from the tree. Try this recipe for a wonderful cherry cake.
Make an Italian style pear strudel common to the Trentino Alto Adige region of Northern Italy.
When it’s too cold to roast marshmallows over a fire, make these brownie s’mores bars with a graham cracker crust and marshmallow topping.
Made with nutty brown butter and swirled with sweet caramel, these blondies are true perfection.
Somewhere between a crumble, crisp, and pie are these gluten free apple cranberry bars that are so easy to make.
Easy to put together in minutes, this soft lemon poppy seed cake is made with nutty almond flour and farmers or ricotta cheese.
Soft, chewy peanut butter blondies are filled with smooth Nutella for a heavenly dessert that can’t be resisted.
Baked spiced apple donuts are coated in a simply sweet honey glaze for a delicious bite.
Fall apples are dusted with cinnamon sugar, cored, filled with caramel, and wrapped in buttery puff pastry. Serve with ice cream for a simply stunning dessert.
A perfect rendition of fall flavors, these baked donuts are a sweet, spiced treat you have to make now.
These glazed peach scones taste like a peach pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and they are anything but dry.
Soft baked gluten-free donuts are packed with great flavor from Greek yogurt and lemon for a bright dessert that is versatile enough for many eaters.
Filled with fresh berries and blueberry jam, these blueberry streusel squares are easier to make than a pie, but still a great way to showcase seasonal summer fruit.
Made with a blend of gluten-free flours, baked blueberry donuts with cinnamon are beautifully dressed up with glaze and blueberry “sprinkles”.
These baked doughnuts are filled with malt powder, topped with a silky milk chocolate glaze and crushed malted milk balls.
Topped with whipped cream, this jammy cake is similar to strawberry shortcake but more rustic and tart from buttermilk and rhubarb. Fit for all summer long.
Gluten-free Madelines are so simple to make you’ll be able to whip a batch in no time. This flavor is zesty with a delicious crunch of chopped macadamias.
The banana-pineapple spice cake with southern charm is topped with smooth cream cheese frosting, candied pecans, and drizzled with buttery salted caramel.
A spiked coffee cheesecake sits atop a chocolate-pecan crust for delicious dessert bars. Serve with chocolate covered coffee beans for more delicious crunch.
A version of pie bars with buttery shortbread and a crumble top. The perfect gluten-free thing to make to get back to the delicious basics.
Delicate cupcakes that pack a real flavor punch. A passion fruit coulis inside and on top of the frosting make them vibrant enough to welcome spring.
Walnuts and bananas make this cake snack-worthy and so delicious. Top with a coconut whipped cream for rich flavor and no diary.
Sweet peaches baked to tender perfection under a blanket of cheese-laced biscuits. The duo of the peaches and the tangy, creamy jalapeño Havarti is divine.
A buttery tart filled with frangipane and topped with caramel-rum bananas and a caramel whipped cream. Rich and decadent, just how we like it.
Magical mood changers, these lemon bars feel like spring and will brighten up the kitchen for sure.
The aromatic notes of sea salt chocolate give a unique flavor to these cakes, and bring out the beautiful flavors of hazelnuts.
Swirled with sweet chocolate and hazelnuts spread, these lights as a feather meringues may just be the easiest and most delicious cookies to make.
A cake for celebrations big or small, covered in honey buttercream, a croquembouche tower on top, filled with caramel crème and glazed in toffee and caramel
Learn a fool-proof cake ratio and get creative with this delicious Irish coffee glazed cake.
Also known as a poke cake, try this take on a traditional cannoli. Without buttercream, this cake is not too sweet with ricotta and mascarpone topping.