These frosted cinnamon sugar cookies are so chewy and delicious that it will be hard to eat just one.
Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) with a generous slice of classic chocolate cream pie.
Don't love raisins in your cookies? Try using chocolate covered raisins and adding chocolate chunks.
These butter cookies have a splash of maple syrup and a tiny bit of rice flour to make them extra crunchy.
Persimmon is that strange orange-red fruit you don't quite recognize in the grocery store. With just the right balance of spices its floral notes make for a lovely pie.
Sweeten your Valentine's Day celebration with this delicious and easy to make double chocolate pound cake.
Wow your Valentine with this blushing raspberry cheesecake.
The cinnamon, ground ginger, and chili in these molten chocolate cakes will spice up your National Chocolate Cake Day.
Up your game for your next party by adding candied bacon to a batch of chocolate chip cookies.
A simple cake that retains its moist crumb for several days and sparkles with a festive topping of candied citrus.
A good pound cake has been a part of the recipe repertoire of home cooks since Amelia Simmon's first American cookbook was published in 1796.
Fortify against the polar vortex with these homemade marshmallows the size of your hot chocolate cup.
Moist, fudgy brownies with a hint of toffee that are easy to make.
A shower of crushed peppermint candy adds a festive touch to shortbread cookie bars.
These rich, chocolatey cookies with a hint of holiday peppermint are perfect for shipping and swapping.
How do you spell comfort? A fudge brownie bottom layer blanketed with a layer of Nutella fudge.
Gingerbread has a nostalgic Christmas feel to it. Add cranberries for a boost of seasonal color and flavor for this gingerbread cake.
These fresh cranberry almond soft batch cookies will get you in the mood for holiday baking.
The key to this pumpkin cheesecake is the spices. It will quickly take its place alongside other favorite Thanksgiving desserts.
Why choose between desserts on Thanksgiving? Make this pumpkin and pecan mash-up in one delicious pie.
These coconut laddus, a kind of truffle, is one of many sweets that are used to celebrate Diwali, a celebration recognized by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists, of good over evil.
Apple and ginger shine in this autumn cake. Serve with a scoop of ice cream and eat leftovers for breakfast the next day.
"Three milk" cake is simply a delicate cake soaked in a combination of milks. This pumpkin variety gives it a seasonal flavor.
These Halloween cookies are wicked to the bone.
Nutella is delicious straight from the jar but as a cheesecake it is a doubly creamy rich dessert.