Treat your family to these cookies, cupcakes, and other homemade sweets.
Our delicious Halloween desserts look so pro you'd think they came from a bakery -- but they're a cinch to make at home.These delicious cupcakes, cakes, and cookies will impress trick-or-treaters of all ages. Don't be surprised if everyone starts asking for your Halloween recipes!
Whether you're serving a slice of pie at the end of a grand holiday meal or as the sweet finish to a weeknight dinner, we've got a recipe for you.
Frosted cupcakes make the witch's head and chocolate ice cream cones make her hat for a dessert that's perfect for Halloween.
These gorgeous birthday cakes are a snap to make using your favorite cake mix and simple white icing.
Easy to prepare in the slow cooker, this classic fruit recipe is the perfect weeknight dessert. Serve with a scoop of ice cream.
Even breakfast-phobes won't mind eating the most important meal of the day if they can have these hearty, sweet and moist cookies. They boast the flavors of carrot cake with the nutritional goodness of quinoa, dates, carrot, pecans and oats.
Cut refrigerated breadstick dough into finger shapes, add a sweet coating, then bake over a foil log for crooked finger snacks that are perfect for Halloween parties.
A sweet, ocean-themed cupcake that's perfect for a child's birthday party for kids.
Intricately decorated with white icing, this recipe makes an attractive addition to your holiday platter. Make these orange-flavored treats with purchased sugar cookie dough to reduce preparation time to less than 30 minutes.
Fall harvests create endless dessert opportunities. Apples, pears, pumpkins, cranberries, and oranges are at their best in sweet recipes, from cakes and pies to cookies and cobblers. You'll find something for every member of the family to love in this collection of recipes that celebrates the season's best flavors.
Craving a cookie like mom used to make? Look no further. These recipes turn out delicious favorites that are easy to whip up and even easier to enjoy.
Even if you aren't a pastry-maker, you can make this homey pot pie recipe thanks to frozen phyllo dough. Once you spoon into the golden flaky crust, you'll find a creamy chicken filling complete with potatoes, carrots, and green beans.
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Dried cherries and cherry juice give this classic recipe a new spin. Prepared in the slow cooker, this creamy dessert will be ready and waiting when you get home.
These spicy fall treats are a definite kid-favorite recipe. Enlist your kids to help frost and decorate these adorable treats.
You'll need a cookie press to make these buttery spritz cookies. Look for small red candies to use as berries for these holiday wreaths.
These almond-flavored bite-size cookies are a definite kid-favorite recipe. Make a batch for snacking or wrap some up to give away as food gifts.
Decorate these cookie and candy pops for a party favor to give each child or guest.