This soft coconut milk cake is inspired by the tropical flavors of Oahu and is topped off with a heavenly pineapple cream.
Pastel de Nuez is an old Sephardic walnut cake family recipe. It is a delicious, moist kosher recipe that is perfect for passover, but you can totally enjoy it all year round.
This triple layer chocolate mousse cake is rich, smooth, creamy and full of flavor. It features a layer of chocolate soufflé cake, rich chocolate mousse and white chocolate mousse on top. Garnish with spring berries for a pop of color.
This gluten free breakfast skillet cake is a breeze to throw together and bake for your next spring brunch. Plus, it’s loaded with yogurt and blueberries so it will actually fuel you for the day.
A sweet cake is perfect to share during parties or just enjoy for a dessert with the family. Sweet potatoes bring delicious moisture to the batter and pecans and chocolate chips bring delicious flavors to make the perfect sweet potato cake.
This recipe may seem simple, but it’s depth of flavor thanks to the almond batter, citrus on top and a dollop of yogurt when serving, make it out-of-this-world beautiful. Inside and out.
This tall almond and fig cake is soaked in amaretto syrup, layered with fig jam and orange blossom ricotta buttercream and finished with a robe of chocolate glaze. It is truly decadent.
Thoughtfully arranged ingredients leave these crowd-pleasing cakes with an incredibly moist, pudding-like texture. Try experimenting with your favorite toppings of varying textures—fresh berries, chopped nuts, ice cream, fresh whipped cream—or all of the above!
This Candy Bar Cappuccino Cake is a sweet treat stacked with layers of chocolate cake soaked in caramel sauce and topped with a malted milk chocolate frosting and chopped candy bars.
This just might be the easiest cake ever. Just toss everything into a food processor, then pour into pans and bake. It’s soft, full of lemon flavor and sandwiches a sweet mascarpone cream.
The no-fuss nature of the sheet cake makes it an ideal choice for potlucks, picnics and cookouts. Easy to prep, store, transport AND serve—these cakes will see you through an entire season of buffet-style festivities.
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.
Get your paper and pen out bakers and beer-heads (the folks who live for micro-brews and shudder at the thought shot-gunning a Miller Light), we’ve got some invaluable advice coming your way courtesy of Jackie Dodd (aka The Beeroness).
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!