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Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream Sandwiches

Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream Sandwiches

Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream Sandwiches

Ice cream sandwiches have that magical ability to remind you of being a kid again. Instead of buying them from the ice cream truck this year, try your hand at making your own! From the recently released cookbook Cookies & Cream: Hundreds of Ways to Make the Perfect Ice Cream Sandwich, author Tessa Arias graciously… Read More »

Cherry and Marzipan Pound Cake

Cherry and Marzipan Pound Cake

Pound cake, named for its basic ratio, is one of the simplest and most adaptable cakes. Marzipan is an almond-meal confection sweetened with either sugar or honey, and is very commonly used in European baking and cake decorating. While it isn’t difficult to make yourself, marzipan can also be found in the baking aisle of most… Read More »

Wild Berry Cheesecake Bars

Wild Berry Cheesecake Bars

Cheesecake is one of those desserts we all love to enjoy at a restaurant, but can be difficult or laborious to make at home. Michelle’s recipe puts a simple spin on cheesecake by turning it into bars where the filling is prepared, baked, and then set to chill all at once in the refrigerator. Fresh… Read More »

Strawberry Shortcake for Two

Strawberry Shortcake for Two

There are tons of wonderful strawberry desserts to choose from, but when America’s favorite berry is in season, the simple preparations are best. Heather’s classic strawberry shortcake is the perfect example: the strawberries are only lightly macerated with sugar, which draws out their juices yet maintains their fresh-picked flavor. The sweet, buttery shortcake is the… Read More »

Easy Avocado Hazelnut Chocolate Mousse

Easy Avocado Hazelnut Chocolate Mousse

Whether it’s salty or sweet, sometimes the only way to satisfy a craving is to feed it. For a guilt free experience, feed your need for dessert with Kathleen’s hazelnut, chocolate, and avocado mousse. This healthy treat combines avocado’s subtle taste and creaminess with the dark and distinct flavor of dark chocolate. Kathleen’s added touches… Read More »

Lemon Mascarpone Parfaits

Lemon Mascarpone Parfait

Lemon curd is one of those amazing sweet ingredients that makes for the flawless end of a celebratory meal. To polish off your Mother’s Day dinner, lunch, or brunch gathering, serve up Jackie’s easy-to-make parfaits with rich whipped mascarpone, refreshing lemon, and with the sweet crunch of Biscoff cookies. These are perfect for putting together… Read More »

Chocolate, Caramel, Marshmallow, Whiskey & Bacon Bark

Whiskey Bacon Bark

We don’t know about you, but the idea of adding bacon and whiskey to anything generally strikes us as an excellent idea. For this week’s sweet treat, Dianna’s inventive bark recipe takes candy to a whole new level combining caramel and chocolate sweetness with salty bacon, plus a secret kick of whiskey-infused marshmallow. Warmer weather… Read More »

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel Tart

Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel Tart

Soft or crunchy, dipped in mustard or chocolate, as a sandwich roll or in a snack bowl, pretzels are a great crowd pleaser. We especially love them as a salty counterpoint in sugary desserts. A lot of recipes incorporate pretzels as an accent rather than a key ingredient, but Lindsey’s Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel… Read More »

Tres Leches Cake

Tres Leches Cake

Have you ever found yourself doctoring a sad, dry, crumbly slice of cake with a scoop of ice cream or having to wash it down with cold milk? This classic Latin dessert, meaning “three milks” in Spanish, is the answer to your cake-prayers. Tres Leches is a surprisingly sturdy sponge cake, first baked, then soaked… Read More »

Chocolate Crepe Cake

Chocolate Crepe Cake

Crepe cakes were a huge hit last year and the blogosphere exploded with tons of creative and complicated spins on this sweet dessert. From dulce de leche layers to thick chocolate amaretto frosting, the crepe cake went from what should be a light indulgence to a heavy and decadent dessert . Nina’s recipe brings this… Read More »

Soft Salted Caramels

Soft Salted Caramels

April 5 is nationally recognized in the foodie holiday world as a day to indulge on the sweet, sticky goodness that is caramel. On this National Caramel Day, the time is ripe to try your hand at making homemade caramel candies, an endeavor that is simpler than it sounds. Making caramel at home requires a… Read More »

Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns

Easter meals are all about tradition – families gathering around the table for brunch, lunch, or dinner over a delicious meal. For thousands of years, one of the staples of the Easter table (specifically eaten on Good Friday) has been the Hot Cross Bun. Popularized though the children’s nursery rhyme (Rememember? One a penny, two… Read More »

Rustic Olive Oil Cake with Honey Syrup

Rustic Olive Oil Cake with Honey Syrup

Olive oil cake might just be one of the best undiscovered desserts, especially when you’re looking for something rustic, simple, and not too sweet. The beauty of this recipe is that since it calls for an entire cup of olive oil, the flavor of whatever oil you use can really shine through (so use a… Read More »

Irish Cream White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Irish Cream White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Are you one of those people who really looks forward to an ice cold glass of Irish cream liqueur after dinner? Wait, that’s only us? Either way, a rich, vanilla-laden Irish cream like Bailey’s (or your favorite brand) is best known in the cocktail world. With its sweet flavor and creamy consistency, Irish cream adds… Read More »

Homemade Peanut Butter Filled Oreos

Homemade Peanut Butter Filled Oreos

Whether you’re a twist-and-lick or bite-right-through kind of person, there’s no denying that Oreos were a childhood favorite cookie. Though a package still sneaks its way into the pantry here and there when we’re having a particularly vulnerable day at the grocery store, there’s nothing quite like re-making a nostalgic treat at home. Inspired by… Read More »