If you love frosted sugar cookies but are running short on time to roll and cut heart-shaped cookies, here's a simple fix to satisfy your pink frosting fix on Valentine's Day.
A blondie with a layer of dulce de leche in the middle is finished off with a thin layer of sea salt.
Dense carrot cake makes the cut in manageable bite-sized bars.
These dense chocolate brownies packed with melted chocolate chips are finished off with a chocolate drizzle.
This simple lemon cake is best eaten warm and brushed with a lemony soaking syrup.
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.
These are that kind of Christmas cookie that fill your house with that lovely, spicy holiday smell. The bars are dense and chewy, so cut them into small squares.
These easy toffee cookie bars will easily feed the crowd at your holiday party.
Spicy and sweet cookies packed with dried fruit and sometimes nuts, hermit cookies are a classic New England treat.
This is a classic German gingerbread cookie recipe perfect for a Christmas tea.
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 ice cream pie has a smooth pumpkin finish over a gingersnap crust.
A cherry pie so good everyone will forget their political opinions at Thanksgiving dinner.
For Chicago Cubs fans what could be sweeter than celebrating a World Series win after 108 years? A victory party with chocolate cake inspired by Chicago's Portillo's restaurant.
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.
A classic Southern chess pie meets a sweet potato pie on a buttermilk crust.
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.
Grated ginger amps up the flavor of this prize-winning pumpkin pie.
A coconut cake with cream cheese frosting that's not too sweet.