Cherry season is fleeting, so let's make the most of it while it's here. To make this incredibly easy dish, macerate fresh cherries in a sweet-sour mixture of honey and red wine vinegar, top them off with black pepper, then serve them with ricotta cheese, crushed Marcona almonds, and mint.
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This delicious fruit mousse is wonderfully light and incredibly easy to make. It just takes five minutes, three ingredients and a food processor. The result will delight even your pickiest guests.
Swiss buttercream is silky-smooth, incredibly creamy, and unbelievably delicious. Because it's made with Swiss meringue, it holds up pretty well in warmer temperatures. The meringue base also makes it a lot lighter in color than most buttercreams.
French buttercream is a gorgeously smooth, velvety and rich buttercream. Because it's made with an egg-yolk foam (technically called pâte à bombe), it naturally has a bright yellow color.
Italian buttercream is creamy, velvety, and delicious. Because it's made with Italian meringue, it's a lot lighter in color than most buttercreams and it looks almost pure white against a dark chocolate cake. It also holds up pretty well in warmer temperatures, so if you're planning a summer party outside, this is your go-to buttercream!
This classic American buttercream is deliciously creamy, super sweet, and incredibly fluffy, and one of the easiest buttercreams to master. It's just a matter of beating softened butter until it's fluffy, adding powdered sugar, cream and a little vanilla and whipping it all together. No cooking required!
Philadelphia-style ice cream doesn't have eggs, which means you can make it start-to-finish in just 30 minutes. It'll be the freshest, fluffiest ice cream you'll ever tast.
Free up your oven this Thanksgiving with this stovetop fruit crisp. The trick is in toasting the streusel in a skillet, which keeps it nice and crunchy.
We use the rapid cooking power of a the microwave to make lighter-than-air sponge cakes that pack in the flavor of rocky road ice cream with three forms of chocolate, marshmallows, and toasted walnuts. The best part? They bake in under a minute!
In need of an off-the-charts chocolate fix? Look no further folks. This cookie is as chocolaty as can be.
It can't be helped. These teeny tiny macaroons are just adorable. Bonus: they're tasty and gluten-free.
Need a dessert pronto? Stir this up in the pan and 5 minutes later you're eating a delicious fudgy cake.
These peanutty bar cookies are jammed with Reese's Pieces on top for an extra pop of chocolate-PB flavor.
This spooky chocolate treat is filled with chopped up marshmallows and comes together in a flash.
Decadent, fudgy brownies with a kick of espresso and a handful of crunchy sweet cashews. Extra whisking will give you a crustier top.
The fastest chocolate fix ever—this warm and fudgey cake-for-one is zapped up and ready to eat in mere minutes.
Treat yourself to this rich and creamy pudding made of bittersweet chocolate and nutty hazelnut-chocolate spread.
Get your peanut butter on with these buttery, honey roasted peanut-y, Captain Crunch Peanut Butter cereal bars.
Though many pudding recipes do not include eggs, I like yolks in my vanilla pudding for a little extra richness and color, and for that "French vanilla" flavor.
Buttery, milk-malty, and chocolatey, these one-bowl cookies are eggless too.