Cupcakes inspired by the traditional Mardi Gras King Cake.
These bars meet all King Cake flavor requirements, but are simpler to make and to serve.
A flaky, buttery crust hugs a warm apple filling.
A flourless, molten chocolate cake will warm up National Chocolate Cake Day.
Celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day with a simple chocolate sheet cake.
For a decadent peanut butter treat, try these peanut butter blondies topped with buckeyes and encased in chocolate.
Celebrate National Pie Day with a slice of black bottom banana cream pie.
Sometimes, all you want is just a really good brownie.
Dried cherries, pecans and orange zest and juice flavor this not-too-sweet cake, perfect for a holiday breakfast or with coffee and tea.
Latkes and doughnuts are a tradition during Hanukkah. Here is a doughnut recipe that can be also used to make doughnuts holes.
Tutti frutti chocolate fudge and crispy peanut butter snowballs are just a couple of recipes to get you started.
Red velvet cupcakes dress up the holidays.
Cookies just the way Grandma used to make them.
A sweet treat to wrap up and give as a holiday gift.
Vanilla cookies dipped in caramel and rolled in nuts, a perfect treat-on-a-stick for holiday parties.
Festive red velvet cookies add a colorful touch to holiday cookie plates.
A candy cane treat to put you in the holiday mood.
Amazingly simple to put together and makes a great addition to any holiday treat collection.
What to do when you don't have time for things to 'go wrong' in the kitchen.
Sweet potato is almost a dead ringer for pumpkin. Make your own purée by softening the spuds for 10 minutes in the microwave.
Seasonal favorite pecan pie is even better with a little chocolate.
Planning ahead can help eliminate cooking-related stress over the holidays.
Cookies easier to eat than a caramel apple but just as delicious.
Most little kids like gross, scary things that are also fun to eat. And if you are not careful, the family dog will like these, too.
A delicious treat for Halloween care packages.