Transform super-moist vanilla cake pops into adorably-sweet ladybugs with just a few simple kid-friendly decorating steps. This is a great one to bring the kiddos into the kitchen for. With a bit of plastic wrap, a ribbon, and cute tags, they also make a fun alternative to standard classroom Valentines.
This super simple, incredibly tasty dessert will have them screaming, "More please!" after every meal. An updated take on a retro favorite, this recipe uses fluffy peanut butter whipped cream and delicious cookie layers in this impressive-seeming, make-ahead, no-bake treat.
Grill up juicy peaches for a brilliant BBQ dessert that could go on the fanciest of dinner tables. A delicious brandy glaze gives them a perfect touch of flavor while creamy mascarpone and crumbled amoretti cookies send it over the top. It's just as pretty plated or served in small cups as parfaits. Prepare to swoon!
A tasty take on traditional bangbelly, a rich fruit & spice rice pudding., this version uses fresh tangy blueberries. What's great is that it uses up leftover cooked brown rice!
Try these tasty little bites for a delicious combination of tangy and rich berry filling with chocolate sandwich cookies. Serve them as a pretty dessert for a shower or summer party.
Make these rich and tangy parfaits for a tasty dessert for your next brunch or summer BBQ. They pair a vanilla crust with a rich lemony filling and so-simple fresh blueberry topping for a perfect treat.
Moist, sweet and flavorful maple-glazed baked apples are finished off with a drizzle of vanilla yogurt and scattering of crunchy pecans for a delicious treat.
These mini versions of everyone’s favorite peanut butter pie are super sweet little bites. Try them as a surefire hit at your next summer party.
A Riesling wine reduction perfectly complements the sweet juiciness of summer peaches in this elegant dessert. The special touch? A sprinkling of minced crystallized ginger. Try it at your next summer dinner party.
Takes the flavors of mango and blueberries up a notch with a delectable apricot-ginger glaze. Try it as a dessert after an Asian-flavored meal or as a great addition to a special brunch.
These super moist muffins are a hit with kids of all ages. And none of them will ever guess the secret ingredient is puréed squash! Try them as a great snack or on-the-go breakfast. You can even dress them up as “cupcakes” using a light cream cheese frosting.
A great addition to your holiday dessert buffet, adorable, lightly sweet cheesecakes are delicious anytime butternut squash is in season. You can also substitute canned pumpkin purée (not pumpkin pie filling) for the squash.
These tasty lemon yogurt cakes are to die for! Light and delicious on their own, they get an amazing upgrade from an easy-to-make strawberry sauce that puts them over the top!
This unbelievably simple yet impressive no-bake, make-ahead dessert is guaranteed to be a hit at your next summer gathering!
A perfectly light and crispy sweet treat. Try playing with flavorings for these too: can use mint extract in place of the vanilla for a refreshing touch.
Decadently delicious, these bar cookies bake up quickly with very little fuss. Try swapping out almonds or pecans for the walnuts to suit your taste.
Vanilla yogurt in the batter is the trick to these super moist and fluffy muffins. Delicious hazlenut spread creates a rich and creamy frosting for the perfect finish.
Adorable individual cheesecakes are perfect for spring and summer parties. Greek yogurt and whipped cream cheese combine to create a delicate and light filling you'll love!
Like a personal, upside down apple pie, delicious cooked apple, top light ice cream and are covered with a crunchy cookie topping. It's the perfect dessert for fall!
These decadent treats are a deceptively easy must-have to end any party on a sweet note. Fill crispy pre-made filo shells with simple one pan ganache that is sure to wow your guests every time.
These delectable pumpkin pie cheesecakes are easy to prepare an, for their mini size, make a big impression. Try them at your next dinner party or take them to a holiday potluck for a tasty take on a classic dessert.
Sweet and tangy honey-lime give a brightened up approach to boring old fruit salad. This dish is a great addition to any dessert buffet or picnic lunch. To speed prep, grab pre-cut fruit at the market.
Make the whole crowd cheer with these adorably decadent football-shaped chocolate cake pops. Decorate them team colors or logos to up the wow factor at your next home gating party or for your kid's football-themed birthday.
Ginger-spicy and lightly sweet, these buttery, crumbly scones are perfect for a coffee time treat or weekend brunch. Enjoy the unique nuttiness of toasted oats and feel free to substitute other dried fruit for the cranberries. Chopped apricots or cherries, for example, would be amazing in this recipe.
It's like having an individual-sized peanut butter pie, but in an ice cream version that'll have them screaming for more. Try them as a fun afternoon treat for the kids or as a super sweet dessert for your next summer barbecue!
Stash a few bananas in the freezer to make whipping up these thick, rich shakes a snap. They're creamy, chocolatey and are sure to be a hit!
Impress your guests with this sophisticated summer treat. Try peaches in place of apricots for a fun twist, depending on what looks best at the market!
Shot glasses are a great way to present these adorable, delicious key lime pie parfaits. Try them for your next summer party or afternoon brunch. They're the perfect combination of sweet and tangy, and they're incredibly easy ... and super impressive.
Serve these adorable party desserts in shot glasses for a fun, festive presentation. Instant pudding is the key to this super simple mudslide-flavored mousse.
Don't be intimidated by the thought of making your own soufflés. They're a lot more do-able than you think, and they're super impressive on any dinner table. The perfect romantic treat, these are extra tasty thanks to a warm salted caramel drizzle.