The perfect chocolate cake might just be the Chocolate Cola Cake. The two secret ingredients—pudding mix and cola—tells the story of how this cake can taste so decadent and rich. The cola accents the chocolate, elevating the chocolate’s natural floral flavors and adding new depths. The pudding mix adds extra creaminess to the cake itself, which makes the fudgy frosting even more delectable. Chocolate Cola Cake will be your new go-to for parties and special occasions and will have guests asking, “How did you make this!?”
Mardi Gras celebrations are heavily associated with New Orleans, and few New Orleans’ Mardi Gras traditions are as recognized as traditional King Cake! This delicious sweet bread recipe stems from an older French recipe, with the trio of royal icing colors traditionally represented on the King Cake signifying justice (purple), faith (green), and power (gold). For extra authenticity, you can hide a tiny, oven-safe baby in the King Cake, as finding it in your slice is a sign of good luck and prosperity for the year to come. King Cake is royally good and is sure to get your own party going!
You can actually see just how delicious a Strawberry Trifle is before you even take a bite; you can see the layers of soft cake, ripe juicy strawberries, and zesty creamy pudding, building on top of each other. Not only is it beautiful and delicious, but Strawberry Trifle is also easy to make, requiring only a few ingredients mixed together. Wow everyone at the party with one of these sweet marvels!
The holidays just aren’t completely without Classic Gingerbread Cookies! These cookies are sweet and enchantingly spicy, adding a wonderful warmth to your dessert table! They’re also endlessly customizable, so you can sprinkle them, frost them, or otherwise decorate them in whatever way fill you with holiday cheer! You’ll be dashing through the snow to get more Classic Gingerbread Cookies.
A flaky, delicious pastry filled with apples, cinnamon, sugar, and more! This Austrian Apple Strudel won't disappoint and you're sure to make it time and time again. The first known strudel recipe dates back to 1696, and apple strudel has been a family favorite ever since! Dust your finished Apple Strudel with powdered sugar for a dainty look or top with vanilla ice cream.
Do you anxiously await Girl Scout cookie season to enjoy Samoa cookies? Well, now you can enjoy the flavors of your favorite cookies anytime! This Samoas Dessert lasagna recipe recreates the cookie in four perfect layers. Topped with toasted coconut and drizzled with caramel and chocolate, this Samoa Dessert Lasagna is sure to get you through your cravings once your last box of cookies runs out!
What can be said about Classic Apple Pie that hasn't already been said? How can anyone say no to tender cooked apples, sweetened with molasses flavors and autumnal spices? Is it even possible to resist Classic Apple Pie's buttery crust and golden color? We can't imagine the answer to that question being no, because this pie is just that good. What's unquestionable is how many smiles you'll see when you start slicing into this fantastic fall dessert!
No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake for Two is a romantic gesture in delicious creamy cake form. Smooth, sweet, and luscious, these cool cheesecakes are perfect for enjoying on starry summer nights with a friend or a special someone. Topped with the bright crimson fruit, No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake for Two can be made without breaking a sweat in the kitchen, so you can instead focus on what matters…such as eating these treats with someone you care about!
There's a good reason people go nuts for pumpkin: the delicious, sweet, and spiced flavor so perfectly encapsulates the autumn season! It warms the soul even as the afternoons grow crisp. With Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pumpkin Cookies, you can enjoy that fall taste in a delectable new form. These cookies really do melt in your mouth with their pillowy soft texture. Topped with a molasses-smoky-sweet and creamy frosting, you'll never feel like you've had enough; you'll always want just one more bite of melt-in-your-mouth perfection!
Petit fours, also called mignardises, are a long storied tradition in French pastry-making. At first glance, they might seem out of reach for the home cook and more in the realm of professional bakers. But you can try making them for yourself with Lemon Berry Petit Fours For Beginners! Delicate and sweet, lemon berry petit fours are beautiful bite-size mini cakes. They’re ideal for weddings, parties, tea time, bridal and baby showers and more. Delicious and classy, Lemon Berry Petit Fours For Beginners makes the process easy for even first-time bakers. Get ready to open a little cafe in your kitchen!