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We’ve scoured the Web for the best, freshest, and wackiest recipes for you to make at home.
SECRET INGREDIENT: coffee
Chiffon cakes tend to feature delicate aromas such as lemon. This cake takes a different route to flavor with rich-tasting cocoa powder, cinnamon, and brewed espresso. Walnut oil gives the cake a … Read More
SECRET INGREDIENT: granola with raisins
With a rich butter crust and plenty of juicy apples, this tart is about as classic and comforting a dessert as you can get. What’s different in this version is that the apples are crowned… Read More
SECRET INGREDIENT: granola
This simple twist on dessert also makes a tasty and healthy breakfast. Store-bought granola stays wonderfully crisp when layered between plain yogurt and warm sautéed bananas.
Decorate your next party with an edible summer centerpiece that anyone can make. It all starts with a watermelon!
Try cooking with flowers using these delicious dessert recipes.
Celebrate the cooler fall weather with one of our favorite pumpkin pie recipes. Whether you’re craving something frozen or something just a bit spicy, we’ve got a pumpkin pie recipe for you. So grab some fresh pumpkin or your … Read More
Creamy Greek yogurt and fresh strawberries blend well in this honey-sweetened dessert.
Delicious frozen pudding pops are a perfect summer dessert with only 120 calories per serving.
Quick dinner and dessert recipes for any day.
Treating your special someone to a homemade, decorated treat doesn’t have to mean destroying your kitchen and your sanity. Make things easy for yourself by using your favorite boxed cake mix and having fun with store-bought frosting and… Read More
Sorbet and herbs make a refreshing dessert – proving that basil is not just a good accompaniment for savory dishes. For a variation, you could try mango or a mixture of raspberries and alpine strawberries instead of the honeydew melon… Read More
Try this sorbet as an exotic alternative to ice cream. Coconut milk makes the mixture creamy.
What’s better than a gooey and crunchy peanut butter cookie? Simple: one that you don’t have to bake! This amazingly simple four-ingredient recipe will become a kitchen standard.