No time for King Cake this year? Make these simple butter cupcakes and dress them up for Mardi Gras with colored sprinkles.
Nothing says Valentine's Day like cutout hearts. Traditionally filled with raspberry jam and sprinkled with powder sugar to finish, you can substitute cookie butter for a decadent alternative.
Valentine's Day can often mean a boring box of assorted chocolate. This year, give your sweetheart a gift tailored to his or her taste, homemade truffles. Black sesame seeds make a bold coating, but you can roll your truffles in any topping you like.
Go all out for Valentine's Day with these loaded brownies. Use peanut butter or butterscotch chips, chocolate chips, and mini peanut butter cups to make an unforgettable topping.
Dried tart cherries and a batter made with olive oil and flavored with star anise and almond extract create a dense, delicious, not-too-sweet dessert – or an illicit breakfast.
These fudgy brownies topped with chocolate frosting and chunks of buttercrunch candy, make bending your New Year's resolutions worth it.
Avocado flesh is dense and creamy, the perfect base for smoothies, sweet drinks, and desserts. This recipe is gluten free, and can easily be transformed into a vegan lower-fat version, too.
Almond milk, sweet cherries, and cocoa powder disguise three cups of spinach in this kid-friendly green smoothie.
Roasted sweet potatoes are transformed from side dish to a layer cake worthy of any special occasion. Molasses buttercream and chopped almonds and cinnamon to garnish put this dessert over the top.
Can't get enough eggnog this time of year? Bake it into a cake! Pound cake serves as a versatile base and makes this festive treat easy to transport.
Give simple butter cookies some holiday sparkle by using red or green sugar. These cookies are easy to prep ahead of time and freeze until you need to bake them.
Tired of the old Christmas cookie classics? Brighten up the holidays with these orange sandwich cookies stuffed with an orange cream filling.
Pecan pie gets even more decadent by swapping corn syrup for maple syrup, toasting the pecans ahead of time, and adding chocolate. Serve a slice with a little homemade whipped cream and guests will be eating out of your hand.
Everyone loves a morsel of fudge over the holidays. Here's a recipe for delicious chocolate fudge with chopped black walnuts.
Gingerbread at Christmas doesn't always have to mean gingerbread cookies. These cakey bars are rich with the deep flavors of traditional gingerbread.
The key to a moist, rich brownie is using good-quality ingredients and not overbaking the brownies in the oven.
These four-ingredient, no-bake truffles are simple enough for even children to assist with making during the holidays.
Not too sweet with a touch of chopped nuts, these jam-filled cookies are the perfect bite-size to go with a cup of coffee or tea.
Rice, coconut milk, and a few simple ingredients work wonders to make a warm, sweet pudding. Add a grate or two of lime zest if you feel like an extra zing.
This Southern classic stands in nicely for traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie.
Don't love pumpkin pie? Go for gold with this caramel drenched pumpkin praline bread pudding.
Banana cupcakes taste even better with a cinnamon flavored cream cheese frosting. Use a star frosting decorating tip for a pretty, finished look.
Roasting butternut squash deepens its flavor and enhances its natural sweetness. It's also a natural choice for a delicious autumn pie.
If you wake up tomorrow with leftover candy or you want to raid your kids' Halloween haul, here's how to bake them into tasty, decadent treats.
Pumpkin Bundt cake with a surprise filling and brown butter glaze is delicious seasonal treat that will have everyone going back for seconds.