This homemade version of Boston Cream doughnuts makes sure every component rocks thanks to a dark chocolate glaze, vanilla bean pastry cream, and tender yeasted dough.
Like their store-bought counterparts, these graham crackers have a mild chocolatey flavor while still retaining that slightly salty, honey-tinged wheatiness of a regular graham cracker.
These traditional sweet Easter buns are filled with raisins and cherries and topped with a frosting cross.
Lucky Charms! They're magically delicious. And if you're a marshmallow lover like me, what could be more magically delicious than adding extra marshmallows to make marshmallow squares?
If you're looking for something delicious and fun to put everyone in the Fat Tuesday spirit, try out this Mardi Gras-themed tie-dye cake.
Egg creams have been a popular beverage at soda fountains and delis in NYC for well over a century. Here's how to make the classic concoction at home.
Easy chocolate brownies are dolled up with tinted buttercream for Valentine's Day.
With a heart-shaped cookie cutter it's easy to make a special treat for your favorite doughnut-loving Valentine.
For a quick snack for a crowd, try these easy peanut butter cereal bars topped with dark chocolate.
A tangy chocolatey pudding that's quick, easy, and a great way to use up leftover buttermilk.
In this sherbet, the balsamic and strawberries are up front and center on the initial taste but it finishes with the tang of buttermilk.
What could possibly make ooey gooey pull apart monkey bread better? Using eggy sweet challah as the base.
This tender, buttery, fruit or nut-filled pastry takes its name from the Danish word for pretzel. But make no mistake, it's not your supermarket Danish.
These cookies are a hybrid of a classic Italian and a classic American treat. They're soft and chewy like a really good sugar cookie, but with more than a hint of pucker from lemon juice, zest, and extract.
These fudgy, cakey cookies are perfect for those of us who love brownies but perhaps don't trust ourselves around a full unguarded pan. My favorite thing about making my own homemade "bake and slice" logs is that it allows you to enjoy these cookies at their peak, ie fresh and warm from the oven, as you need them.
When it's turkey time, pumpkin pie takes center stage, but a humble squash can still steal the show especially when it's dressed up with browned butter and plenty of spices.
When it comes to cheese infused apple pies, cheddar isn't the only game in town. This Pushing Daisies inspired pie pair the tartness of Granny Smith apples with nutty Gouda cheese.
These gooey apple caramel sticky buns can be made from start to finish in about an hour.
This spooky chocolate treat is filled with chopped up marshmallows and comes together in a flash.
Pumpkin ice cream is studded with Oreo cookies in this merger of two great treats.