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When we think of summer, we think of cones piled high with cool ice cream. But we don’t want just any ol’ ice cream! Being the food lovers that we are, we want fun flavors. One of our all-time favorite ice cream shops and makers, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, is hitting the nail on the head. Check out their new flavors to search out this summer.
We love yogurt. We use it daily in sweet and savory and savory dishes, but would we call yogurt exciting? Not so much. We recently tried Clio’s greek yogurt bars wrapped in dark chocolate. Holy yum.
The cinnamon-sugar coated, fried dessert is one of our favorites. Especially when we have a rich chocolate sauce or bitter coffee to drunk it in. Going beyond just the usual sticks, here are our favorite churro desserts.
Oreos make for stellar dessert additions. And not just for crumbling into a chocolate cookie crust. Check out our favorite Oreo creations for some sweet treat ideas.
We love a good hummus with plenty of tahini singing in the background. We also love the nutty-tasting sesame seed paste stirred into our desserts. Check out our favorite tahini dessert recipes.
Sure, sure, a box of chocolates for Mom is nice, but we’ve been there and have done that. Surprise Mom with a new kind of chocolate. Whip up a big batch of this Basil-Lemon White Chocolate Ganache and drizzle it over an impressive tiered cake, a simple pound cake loaf, cookies and more.
Talented food blogger and Honest Cooking contributor Sarah Bond is releasing her very first cookbook, For the Love of Popsicles! It’s loaded with fun and refreshing popsicle recipes to keep you cool this coming spring and summer.
This easy, but elegant, dessert features a homemade blueberry sauce layered with pound cake and a sweet cream cheese filling that mimics the taste of cheesecake. Perfect for any occasion!
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This homemade pistachio pudding cream pie is layers of graham cracker crust, pistachio pudding cream, and whipped cream. Plus, it is filled with sweet pineapple and coconut. Easy and no-bake.
Peanut butter and jelly, a classic. A flavor combo that takes us back to childhood memories of sandwiches with friends in the school cafeteria. (Also, it’s something we still totally eat as adults.) April 2nd is National PB+J Day. To celebrate, we’re eating ice cream.
This easy recipe for Mini Flourless Chocolate Soufflé Cakes has only 4 ingredients and can be made from start to finish in well under an hour. Gluten free and dairy free optional!
Pastry Chef Kaley Laird of Rhubarb and its sister café-bakery-pantry, The Rhu, in Ashevile, NC are dishing up some delicious matcha sweets. Check out these awesome green creations that are flavorful and boosted with antioxidants from the ground green tea powder.
Yeah, cereal is great simply served with milk in a bowl, but it’s also a great baking ingredient. Check out these awesome recipes to make with cereal.
Peppermint Patty Cold Brew Cocktail is a warm coffee cocktail with all the flavors of your favorite peppermint patty candy. With smooth cold brew coffee and splashes of creme de cacao, peppermint schnapps and Kahlua. It’s the perfect drink to take the chill off on a cold winter’s day.
With a chocolate cookie layer, chocolate mousse and whipped cream, this ethereal, layered chocolate cream torte dessert is rich and creamy. Plus, it’s stunning to look at too.