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.
Try the dessert sensation that’s taken the culinary world by storm—deep fried layers of flaky dough, in donut form.
Strawberry Basil Creamsicles
This combination of herbal and fruity flavors make these creamy, four-ingredient popsicles a real treat.
Chocolate Avocado Ice Cream
Avocado adds a creamy richness to this ice cream, while cacao provides plenty of intense chocolate flavor.
Skillet Cornbread with Maple and Bacon
Maple cornbread batter, studded with smoky bacon and brushed with a maple brown sugar glaze. Savory-sweet at its finest.
Mocha Banana Nice Cream
This creamy (but dairy-free and churn-free) ice cream is made mostly of frozen bananas, so you can indulge in its mocha goodness guilt-free!
Patisserie Made Simple: Creme Caramel
Baked custard topped with caramel for a sweet, simple comfort.
Patisserie Made Simple: Chouquettes Recipe
A simple pastry topped with pearl sugar or chocolate chips—the perfect slightly-sweet snack.
Pavé au Chocolat: Four-Ingredient Chocolate Truffles
Traditional miniature French chocolate truffles, finished with a dusting of cocoa powder.
Fried Plantains with Condensed Milk and Jam
Easy fried plantains, topped with sweetened condensed milk and a generous serving of tart fruit jam. Best snack ever.
Lemon and Raspberry Yogurt Loaf Cake
This moist, fruity cake is as delicious served with a hot cup of tea in the afternoon as it is with a spoonful of cream for dessert.
Bacon Buttermilk Biscuits with Chocolate Gravy
Smother your homemade biscuits in this warm chocolate gravy sauce.
Peanut Butter Coca-Cola Cupcakes
Coca-Cola cupcakes topped with creamy peanut butter frosting and a sprinkling of gray sea salt.
Gooey Butterscotch and Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
Ooey, gooey, decadent, and best served straight from the skillet with a generous serving of vanilla ice cream.
Magic Lemon Pudding
This “magic” pudding separates during cooking to form a cake topping with a tangy lemon sauce beneath.