This simple lemon cake is best eaten warm and brushed with a lemony soaking syrup.
A cheesy one-dish casserole with salty ham is perfect for a weeknight dinner on a frosty evening.
Sheet cakes are a classic no-fuss dessert. This one swirls together chocolate and vanilla cake batter into an eye-pleasing pattern.
When the darkest days of the year descend, go darker with these chocolate-y bars.
These ginger molasses cookies celebrate the Yuletide flavors of the season.
Candied pecans and almond butter turn a regular chocolate chip cookie into something a little more special.
These melt-in-your-mouth snowball cookies can help to usher in the holiday baking season.
The dough makes a perfect 'slice and bake' roll, perfect for portioning out cookies for afternoon teas or holiday parties.
This sheet cake is so easy and sweet it almost doesn't need frosting.
A solid peanut butter cookie recipe that makes a cookie that isn't too fragile.
Gooey chocolate brownies topped with Nutella spread and chocolate chips and toffee bits.
You bought extra Halloween chocolate, right? Because you'll need them for these decadent brownies.
These cookies are the perfect size and shape for an afternoon tea. Or, if you are already holiday planning, they would also make a great holiday cookie for a cookie swap.
A coconut cake with cream cheese frosting that's not too sweet.
The hardest part about making an apple cobbler is peeling the apples. Served with vanilla ice cream it's a winner every time.
This is a quick and easy coffee cake with delicious flavors from in-season apples.
Pumpkin season has returned! If pumpkin-spiced everything is not really your thing, you can still enjoy baking with this versatile squash.
The zest and juice of fresh lemons gives this easy sheet cake a delicious flavor.
Do you need cream of tartar to make a 'real' snickerdoodle? This recipe makes an excellent cookies without it.
Toffee bits bring crunch to the topping of this fudge brownies, without interfering with the brownie's dense texture.