When apple season rolls around you'll be looking for delicious, and interesting apple recipes. These blondies are easy to make with juicy apples, sweet cake, and decadent brown butter flavor. Perfect with a cup of cider!
Homemade cakes, cookies, bars, and more...we have all the homemade and from scratch dessert recipes you could want! For a special occasion, birthday, or just because you want to bake a cake on the weekend...we have all the best classic and old-fashioned dessert recipes with a few new favorites, as well.
Our chocolate cake is a reader favorite and can't be missed! And the lemon blueberry cake is full of amazing flavor and quickly taking over the #1 favorite recipe spot around here.
Ooey, gooey, and decadent dessert perfect for the chocolate lover. This slow cooker chocolate lava cake has a rich chocolate cake and fudgy sauce, takes only a few minutes to prepare, and then the slow cooker does all the work!
This coconut milk ice cream is creamy and decadent, full of chocolate chunks, almonds, and coconut goodness! Vegan!
This rustic blueberry tart is full of sweet blueberries on a buttery, flaky crust. Easy-as-can-be, this sweet dessert will be your new summer delight!
With a cream cheese layer on top of a puff pastry sheet, and topped with fresh berries this is the perfect 4th of July dessert!
Ready for the freezer in 5 minutes, these Orange Julius popsicles are full of creamy, citrusy flavor just like the drink you got in the mall. Smooth, creamy, with a lovely citrus and vanilla flavor.
This is a crazy easy cake to make! Using only 3 ingredients (strawberry or white dry cake mix, canned strawberries, and butter) and a crock pot...this cake is as delicious as it is easy!
Nothing beats these creamy, Oreo studded popsicles for an easy summer treat. You'll love how simple and fast this recipe is to whip up and how gorgeous it looks. Keep a batch of these Oreo popsicles in your freezer to pull out for a refreshing treat.
You can make your own marshmallow fluff with or without corn syrup! So easy to do! We have 2 recipes so anyone can find the perfect
Carrot cake cupcakes are always a winning cupcake recipe loved by everyone. Best of all, in my opinion, is that this is a from scratch recipe reminiscent of the one Grandma made.
We adore gingerbread cookies around here, because they never fail to make us feel warm & cozy, happy & healthy, & full of joy! This recipe is tried and true with a good snap and great flavor. You'll love this gingerbread cookie recipe! I simply adore my
Fluffy peppermint filling all rolled into a chocolate cake for a delicious swiss cake roll recipe. Easy treat to make that the whole family will love!
This gingerbread Christmas tree is much, much easier than a gingerbread house. A fun and easy holiday craft for kids to make!
This list of Christmas Cookies to make with kids features lots of no-bake options, and easy recipes perfect for little ones to make by themselves or with light supervision. Get the kids in the kitchen making Christmas Cookies!
A recipe I grew up on! With some simple ideas to change up this simple recipe and keep it as simple, easy, and delicious as ever!
Are you looking for an easy Christmas cookie? These sugar cookie cups are filled with creamy caramel sauce for a delicious and easy cookie! Top them with a bit of sea salt for a perfect flavor combo.
Yummy buttery toffee with light crisp crunch and just the right amount of chocolate and nuts. Simple ingredients made with love...perfect classic candy!
Thumbprint cookies are a Christmas cookie classic that are baked and frozen in mass quantities in preparation for the Holidays. These easy and tasty cookies are such a favorite that I carve out a few hours on a weekend to bake up a batch.
These easy chocolate pumpkin brownies are flourless and vegan. Make with pumpkin puree, and natural sweeteners these are a healthy and gluten free option for your favorite chocolate treat!
An old-fashioned recipe made by generations with creamy pudding layered on top of soft graham crackers and topped with a homemade chocolate topping. This version is made on a cookie sheet to create a bar format that stretches the recipe to feed a crowd (like my family was ;)). Note: keep reading for some fun old photos of my family!