At our house, we believe that every great meal deserves a sweet ending. I hope you find something here to satisfy your sweet tooth!
These Christmas-y brownies bring together two favorite flavors for a ‘simple meets special’ holiday treat.
Not quite a tart and not quite a pie, a galette is a simple rustic dessert, and this fig-apple-cranberry combo is just right for the holidays!
Just when you thought s’mores couldn’t possibly get more ooey-gooey, sticky sweet and delicious—well, these!!!
I’m embracing my inner child, with this kid-friendly flavor combination, a perfectly sweet finish to National Ice Cream Month!
A few simple ingredient swaps resulted in this creamy, indulgent ice cream that just happens to be half the fat of a regular condensed milk ice cream recipe.
This refreshing dessert is made with watermelon, hibiscus and ginger beer—it’s perfect for Juneteenth or any other summer celebration, and very easy to whip up, with or without an ice cream machine.
Couldn’t I have chopped up some Almond Joy candy bars and added them to my brownies? Sure, but this was a lot more fun!
The luck o’ the Irish was with me when I got the bold idea to combine Irish coffee with a smooth and creamy homemade ice cream.
I rounded up all the sensual, luscious components of Bananas Foster, a New Orleans classic, and churned it into an ice cream. Happy Mardi Gras!
With a homemade version of cherry and chocolate ice cream, a sweet-tart cherry syrup and a crispy, chocolatey waffle, this over-the-top dessert is delicious, times three!
This deliciously festive holiday ice cream is infused (literally) with the flavors of Christmas candy canes and bits of dark chocolate peppermint bark.
A few autumn-themed twists on a classic tiramisu resulted in this dreamy, no-bake dessert that can be made ahead for Thanksgiving. And it’s so easy, I made it without a kitchen!
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