Cookies, cupcakes, and more dessert recipes for your game-day guests who always have room for something sweet.
The key to frozen cookies that won't chip a tooth.
Strawberry shortcake, in frozen form.
Fluffy homemade ice cream bars, dipped in a crispy milk chocolate shell.
A childhood favorite, reimagined.
A hearty pineapple-banana cake baked in a cast iron skillet and topped with cream cheese frosting.
Tart tamarind, smoky palm sugar, and hot cayenne get together in this popsicle inspired by the Pelon Pelo Rico candy.
Excellent chocolate chip cookies that just happen to be vegan.
This cake couldn't be easier—it's made, and baked, right in a cast iron skillet.
An old-school Southern classic fit for a crowd.
With Dutch cocoa, dark chocolate, and vanilla, these brown butter brownies have it all.
Dark chocolate and Dutch cocoa make this devil's food twice as chocolaty.
In a cast iron skillet, classic chocolate chip cookie dough bakes up extra chewy and crisp around the edges.
Cakey-cookie lovers, unite!
The classic sandwich, cookie-ized.
Soft, rich lemon bars that slice into neat squares.
Thick and chewy oatmeal cookies with crispy edges and butterscotch-y middles.
With two types of ginger and a dose of molasses, these cookies are earthy and spicy.
Chewy chocolate chip cookies with crisp edges, a rich, buttery, toffee-like flavor, big chocolate chunks, and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Meet the secret love child of Key lime pie and lemon meringue.
Honor your nana with this kicked-up grasshopper pie.
Orange zest in the dough zings in contrast with a jammy filling studded with nuts.
All the flavors of the classic Tin Roof sundae, in rugelach form.
Those impostors in the deli case wish they were these cookies.
Fragrant, chocolaty, and rich (but just a little playful, too).
A scoop of cookies 'n' cream in...cookie form?
Crunchy lemon-ginger cookies with a refreshing creme filling.
Fig cookies that taste as cakey and soft as you remember.
A fast and easy recipe for old-school chocolate chip cookies.
Chocolate and vanilla, together forever.
How to make the world's best caramelized biscuits.
Chewy, chocolaty, and delightfully messy.
Cold and refreshing fudge pops, with just six ingredients.
This summer, you don't even need an ice cream maker to beat the heat!
The sweetest sandwich around.
No-bake cookies made from gooey caramel, creamy milk chocolate, and crunchy rice.
These cookies are like a cross between lemon shortbread and cotton candy.
Fluffy bites of yellow cake swaddled in a messy coat of powdered sugar.
Salty snacks replace the rice cereal in this chocolaty spin on a childhood classic.
A delicious caramel candy coated with chocolate and salted peanuts.
Dark chocolate and creamy Nutella cheesecake on a crumbly Oreo crust.
Fudgy brownies topped with generous dollops of homemade dulce de leche and crunchy sea salt.
This nutty milkshake will make you want to drink your dessert.
Graham cracker cake layered with dulce de leche-spiked chocolate mousse and topped with toasted bourbon-marshmallow icing.
These moist cupcakes get a punch of flavor from coconut milk and chopped coconut.
This is what happens when you bake a chocolate chip cookie onto a brownie.
These rich cupcakes get a double whammy of tangy sour cream in the cake and the frosting.
These peanut butter cereal bars topped with chocolate are a surefire crowdpleaser.
These cookies marry the flavors of brown butter, pecans, and bourbon.
Crunchy salt crystals and butterscotch chips make these oat cookies really special.
These blondies get a boozy hit from whiskey and crunch from toasted walnuts.
This decadent sandwich cookie takes its inspiration from the New England lunchtime classic, the peanut buttery Fluffernutter.
Coconut, chocolate chips, pecans, and a graham cracker base.
This addictive snack is crunchy, salty, smoky, and chocolaty.
Crunchy corn flakes add a crisp, crackly texture to the already awesome combo of chocolate and peanut butter.
These fudgy cookies offer a deep chocolaty richness and a slightly bitter backbone that stands up to the powdered-sugar coating.
Burnt sugar adds nuance and complexity to this Latin American treat.
Chocolate chip cookies are even better when they're big enough to be baked in a pie dish.