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Pies, cookies, and cakes for every table.
Broiled just to the point of barely bursting.
Meet the secret love child of Key lime pie and lemon meringue.
Honor your nana with this kicked-up grasshopper pie.
Roasted butternut squash and homemade condensed milk are the secret ingredients to the best pumpkin pie around.
Tender pears, gently spiced with vanilla and cardamom.
A no-fuss method for classic apple pie.
Done right, chocolate cream pie is a study in contrast: rich and light, creamy and fluffy, chocolate and vanilla, too.
A fully DIY approach to a Southern classic.
Beautiful and crisp.
This is the pie for all you gooey-pie-lovers out there (and you know who you are).
Apple pie and pecan pie unite to form a pie that may be greater than either of the originals.
No pie plate? No problem! This easy to assemble rustic tart is even easier than pie.
The secret is a one-two punch of almond flour and almond extract.
For all the pumpkin spice lovers out there.
A hearty pineapple-banana cake, baked in a cast iron skillet and topped with cream cheese frosting.
A new way to make this classic cake.
A surprisingly light and airy gluten-free dessert, infused with apple and spices.
A bold dose of molasses and spices, plus buttermilk for a moist but fluffy crumb, makes this the perfect holiday dessert.
A classic autumn spice cake, flavored with pumpkin purée and finished with cream cheese frosting.
Brown butter and toasted pecans make a carrot cake that's extra nutty and rich.
A timeless classic.
It's loaded with coconut at every step.
A simple three-egg layer cake with vanilla buttercream frosting.
A no-fuss method to make classic coffee cake even easier.
A brown-butter twist on French sablés, with toasted sugar and malted milk powder for extra richness and complexity.
A childhood favorite, reimagined.
Like mainlining brown butter, in cookie form.
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.
Who says rugelach have to be sweet?
Fragrant, chocolaty, and rich (but just a little playful, too).
Soft and chewy hazelnut cookies with a light drizzle of milk chocolate.
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.