Homemade lemon curd is a solid start to any recipe, and these lemon bars are no exception. The use of coconut oil instead of butter in the crust, which is also spread lightly on top of the bars, gives an extra hint of flavor to every crumbly bite.
National Ice Cream month extends summer fun beyond the Fourth of July. Delight the kids or friends with ice cream sandwiches made with homemade chocolate chip cookies and stuffed with vanilla ice cream.
Apple oatmeal muffins made with nonfat yogurt and whole wheat flour are breakfast treats as well as a quick pick-me-up snack.
Peanut butter-lovers unite! Use any jam (or jelly) of your choice to add a flavorful filling for these fun muffins.
Craving a comfort dish inspired by warmer climes? Invite some friends over and serve up these spicy enchiladas.
Still stuffed from the holidays, but not quite willing to give up desserts? Try this cheesecake made with Greek yogurt. Use honey and walnuts for a baklava-like topping, or top it with fresh fruit.
Love lemon bars? You'll love them more with a splash of orange juice. Amp up the orange flavor by adding the zest of one orange.
With a shortbread crust, an apple-cheesecake filling, and a crunchy walnut streusel topping, this dessert has it all. Save this recipe for a holiday dessert, or make it now for an afternoon treat.
This cake is moist and packed with plenty of apples and fall flavors. Topped with a cream cheese frosting, it's sure to be the hit of any autumn gathering.
For grad students with busy schedules, a pancake party was the perfect way to unwind after a week of classes and tests.
This fall salad works a number of ways. Substitute bulgar wheat with your favorite grain, butternut with your favorite squash, and toss in whatever vegetables you have on hand.
This is a recipe for frosting fanatics. Mix and match this strawberry cream cheese frosting with your favorite cupcakes.
For your next celebration consider this pistachio-flavored cake layered with mascarpone filling and fresh apricots, and topped with whipped cream frosting.
These delicious bar cookies are layers of graham cracker, coconut, sweetened condensed milk, raspberry jam, almonds, and chocolate.
It's spring, and that means Girl Scout cookie season. If you can resist long enough, save a sleeve of your favorite cookies and use this cake recipe to create a special treat.
There's a cookie monster inside many of us, and that calls for a monster cookie. This do-ahead recipe is all about the chocolate; chocolate chip cookies rolled in mini M&Ms.
Winter still got you down? Transport yourself to somewhere sunny and summery with these bright and beach-y tacos. They're quick enough for a weeknight meal.
Spring is almost here, and in some parts of the world it's cherry blossom season. These cupcakes can be made with fresh or frozen cherries. With a creamy, dense frosting they're divine.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner; this frittata works for any meal. Whipping it up in an oven-safe skillet is a breeze, there's no flipping or crust required. Serve it with toast and cream cheese, for breakfast or with a side salad for lunch.
This light, citrusy cake is the perfect way to celebrate the new year, a birthday, a deep abiding love for chocolate, or any occasion. A cream cheese frosting and a layer of chocolate ganache puts it completely over the top.