Crispy on the outside and packed with juicy blueberries on the inside, these sweet little Blueberry Fritters are what summer breakfast dreams are made of.
This no-churn red, white, and blue ice cream with strawberries and blueberries doesn’t require an ice cream maker and only uses a few ingredients to make a cool and delicious dessert.
These no-bake vegan mounds coconut bars are just like the candy, but this time homemade and without extra ingredeints. Plus, they incorporate coconut in four different delicious ways.
Use fresh or frozen raspberries to make this bright, refreshing sherbet with cashew milk.
This no-bake buckeye bars dessert requires no tedious rolling to make and it comes with a delicious dose of brown butter.
This refreshing and slightly sweet cantaloupe granita topped with crunchy candied pistachios is the perfect thing on a hot summer day.
This cream cheese and candy no-bake pie is perfect for a summer dessert. Simply mix together and freezer for a delicious Butterfinger pie.
Much ado about matcha in Los Angeles
While strawberries are fresh, you should be roasting them! Check out this delicious recipe that amps up the flavor and makes them perfect with ice cream, yogurt, pancakes, or just about anything really.
With a rich mango curd as its base, this mango ice cream is so rich and refreshing at the same time.
This no-bake, dairy free sweet will be a summer favorite. Green matcha combines with creamy coconut and a touch of sweetness to be a cool treat.
It may sound too good to be true (or delicious), but we promise you it is. Here’s how to make vegan, no-churn strawberry cheesecake ice cream.
Soft, fragrant vanilla bean cake is frosted with a purple berry frosting that tastes like spring, but can use a jar of preserves or jam tucked away in your fridge.
This gorgeous pavlova is topped with fresh berries, a mountain of whipped cream, and a drizzle of dark chocolate for the perfectly elegant sweet.
In just minutes, you could be digging your spoon into a rich Nutella mug cake.
Vanilla and turmeric-flavored pannacotta with hibiscus syrup. A) A rich, creamy, colorful dessert, or B) a murder victim on a teaplate? You be the judge! (Hint: It’s A.)
Refresh with a scoop of this easy, two-ingredient spring strawberry sorbet that pairs perfectly with a glass of Pinot Grigio on the back porch.
Make these deep fried cake donuts filled with strawberry preserves as a perfect treat with a big cup of coffee.
Filled with berry preserves, these doughnuts are fluffy, sweet, and perfect brunch.
Breakfast in bed requires a batch of sweet Raspberry White Chocolate Doughnuts. These baked sweets are topped with a white chocolate glaze and a sprinkle of chopped pistachios and freeze-dried raspberries.
What does Mom want for Mother’s Day? To be biting into these fluffy, sugar-coated, blueberry-filled doughnuts.
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?
Try the recipe for this perfectly rich and tantalizing dessert, a flourless chocolate cake and coffee mousse.
What’s the key to avoiding lumpy, crumby frosting? Icing your cake with an expert crumb coat before you go all Ace-of-Cakes on your creation. Staying true to its namesake, the crumb coat is a thin base layer of frosting that’s designed to catch cake crumbs and even out your frosting surface. Think of it as the sanding and priming steps before a paint job.
Layered with whipped ricotta and apricot preserves and topped with a coconut crumble, this is a special bite we could eat for breakfast (or even dessert!) everyday.
With a flaky almond crust, these stunning tarts with apricot preserves and ginger are the perfect sweet treat for a special brunch or Mother’s Day celebration.
A perfect breakfast treat, serve these special ricotta and strawberry stuffed pretzels warm, right out of the oven, at your next weekend brunch.
As the weather warms, make these blueberry waffle ice cream sandwiches for a special brunch or dessert.
Struffoli recipe, along with Babà, “Pastiera”, and “Zeppole di San Giuseppe”, is a classic sweet of the Neapolitan cuisine. Crispy honey balls with a tender heart seasoned with candied fruit, and sugar decorations. In Naples, this is traditionally a Christmas dessert, but in the rest of Italy, these delicious honey balls are a delicacy for all major festivities!
Celebrate Easter with a traditional Cassata cake of ricotta cheese, dark chocolate and candied fruit.
If you read a handful of recipes for chocolate bread pudding, you’ll find that the ingredients are more similar that not. The differences tend to be cream vs. milk, yolk vs. egg, and in the variety of chocolate types and volumes. Bread pudding can be made with all sorts of bread, from challah, to brioche, to cinnamon-raisin bread.
This mandarin orange marmalade is made from leftover oranges.
Serious chocoholics know all about that specific craving that can only be satisfied by intensely dark chocolate. These recipes boast layers of chocolate flavor you won’t be able to get enough of.
Poached pears with porto wine and spices.
Fudgy and decadent churro blondies filled with dulce de leche that are easy to make and can be served with your favorite ice cream.
When you’re craving dessert, but you don’t have a lot of time to spare, nothing beats a dump cake. And this German Chocolate Dump Cake may just be my favorite dump cake ever!
What makes this delicious, crumbly apple pie an Irish apple pie? We can’t say for sure, but if this is what being Irish tastes like, we’re in!
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!
We love cookbooks. We love casually flipping through them, letting them influence our weekly menus, getting them messy in the kitchen or keeping them pristine on our coffee table for visual inspiration. Here are two new sweet cookbooks we can’t get enough of.
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.
Your morning coffee and your afternoon tea time are calling for these grain-free citrus pistachio scones.
We’ll eat anything made by a Hepburn.
Whip up a gorgeous winter pavlova with pomegranates seeds, pistachio brittle, and served with plenty of cardamom cream.
Treat yourself to a slice of sticky, moist, decadent hazelnut cake.
This pie is creamy, it’s dreamy, it’s everything you want in a decadent peanut butter dessert that sits in a chocolate crust. It’s time to treat yourself.
How about ditching the roses for a sweet treat this Valentine’s Day?
Perfect for anytime you need to be able to make a dessert in advance, this matcha panna cotta makes for a stunning color combination with raspberries and is so easy to prepare.
A perfect winter dessert for kids and adults alike, check out this cool ice cream sweet topped with steaming hot chocolate.
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.
Bursting with caramelized honey flavor the toasted meringue recipe is filled with dark silky chocolate mousse and is harmonized with a robust sherry.
Forget the overdone flowers and chocolate, instead, try these decadent wine recipes that will turn date night, galentines or even single’s valentines, a day worth the celebration.