If you want to eat dessert first, you're in good company (and the right place). Our tempting dessert recipes cover every angle, from light but luscious to no-holds-barred confections, cakes and pies.
Kentucky Bourbon Balls
The grandson of the inventor of Bourbon Balls reflects on the holiday favorite and offers a recipe.
Connecticut Pies from The Pie Lady
Recipes and a video how-to from Michele Albano Stuart, a baker known for her classic pies.
Chocolate Cake: Two Loves in One
Tunnel of Fudge, Coca-Cola Cake, Flourless Chocolate Cake, One-Pan Fudge Cake and Fudge Pudding Cake will fix you right up.
Marmalade Muffins, Macaroons and Scones
Simple, simpler, simplest kitchen projects turn you into an artisanal baker, brewer, butcher and canner.
Apple Cake: Bottom's Up
Pay homage to fall’s favorite fruit with five of our favorite apple cake recipes including our Upside Down Apple Cake.
This pie has a surprisingly good splash of lemonade and is best with the sweetest-ripest-and-juiciest peaches you can find.
Ice Pop-ular Treats from Brooklyn to You
Cold sweet fruit–and vegetables and even herbs–are so worth the brain freeze.
The breakthrough in the cheesecake story came in the late 19th century when a New York dairyman came up with cream cheese.
Pudding with Appeal
Make a dessert sensation of homemade custard and bananas under a posh blanket of meringue.
Fit for a Queen
Layers of freshly picked strawberries, light vanilla butter sponge cake and cream make this cake one to remember at summer gatherings.
10 Fresh Strawberry Desserts
From cobblers to cakes, juicy in-season strawberries take center stage.
Palmer House Brownies
A storied-dessert’s roots go back to the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.