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.
An apple crisp mixed with salted caramel sauce and then melted into a shortbread cookie base.
A sweet Southern dessert made perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The caramel bottom provides a nice sweetness that complements the tartness of the apples, caramelized pecans add a nice crunch, and the brown sugar cake pulls this fall dessert together in a lovely way.
This classic recipe has a sweet-tart tanginess from fresh lemons with a firm filling.
It's fall and pumpkin spice has returned. Use it to add a taste of autumn to crisp peanut butter cookies.
Don’t skip toasting the pecans! Toasting brings out the flavor and also adds a nice crunch to these oaty chocolate cookie bars.
This cake is like the love child of a traditional super-rich and fudgy flourless chocolate cake and a light toasty-edged angel food cake.
A peachy coffeecake with a flavor similar to cobbler or even shortcake.
Pineapple upside down cake is a classic dessert. The addition of chewy coconut gives this not-too-sweet dessert added flavor.
Quick! Before summer ends enjoy this fast, frozen blueberry treat flavored with maple syrup and coconut milk.
Peaches combine with flowery basil for a summer time dessert.
Sage is often used in savory dishes. But used in baked goods it offers an elusive herbal undernote, especially when baked with berries.
This easy-to-make, refreshingly sweet snack is the perfect dessert for the summer heat and will quickly become a fan favorite.
Change up regular chocolate chip cookies by using only brown sugar and adding chocolate chunks instead.
The sweetness of beets can boost the flavor of dessert, too.
Pull out your Bundt pan to make this sour cream pound cake. Sprinkle with some powdered sugar and serve for second breakfast or afternoon tea.
What screams summer more than ice cream? Absolutely nothing. 'Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream' will have you churning out hip flavors in your own kitchen.
Summertime desserts should be dreamy and easy. Try a little different take with Asian limes to make a no-bake calamansi cloud pie with a Marie Biscuit crust.
The versatility of ricotta cheese and in-season strawberries combine for simple, lightly sweet cake.
Rhubarb is in season for just a short time so get cracking and don't miss this dreamy flavor combination.