These desserts start with a crispy, spiced speculoos cookie and get topped with a fluffy, homemade marshmallow. The whole treat is dipped into rich dark chocolate for a riff off of the classic Mallomar candy. Eat them while they’re soft, airy and fresh!
Paper thin slices of tart apples are layered with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon and baked until caramelized and tender. Serve this apple beehive with vanilla bean ice cream for a light and comforting Fall dessert.
These yeast- raised, potato doughnuts are light and fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside and smothered in finger licking amounts of cinnamon and sugar. Enjoy them while they’re hot, fluffy and radiating the smell of rich cinnamon.
These baked apples with a chewy streusel topping are the perfect Fall treat. The apples are peeled, halved and baked in a bath of apple cider until soft. Then they're stuffed with a butter, honey, oat streusel and baked again until the topping is crisp. Serve these warm or at room temperature, and definitely over ice cream. This is a dessert recipe you’ll return to year after year.
These dark chocolate ginger scones are tender, flaky, and filled with crystallized ginger and chunks of dark chocolate. The perfect Fall scone!
This pudding has a rich chocolate flavor, luscious texture and a fragrant lift from coconut milk. It’s topped with crispy toasted coconut for a decadent treat you’ll crave all summer long.
An airy, silky coconut semifreddo topped with toasted coconut flakes and fresh mango. Learn how to make this elegant, tropical summer dessert.
This white balsamic berry tart should be your go to 4th of July dessert. The vinegar gets cooked down and softened, and what’s left is transformed into a refreshing, completely addicting, perfectly balanced custard. Add to that a thick shortbread crust and fresh, juicy berries, and you have the most delicious (and beautiful) summer fruit tart.
This is a summer dessert that everyone will enjoy: a pillowy marshmallow filling, sandwiched between chunky peanut butter cookies, dipped into rich dark chocolate, and sprinkled with salty chopped peanuts. What’s not to love?
A riff off of the traditional strawberry shortcakes, these scone cakes are sturdier (all the better to absorb the delicious strawberry juices) and are more fun, with chucks of almond paste scattered throughout. Enjoy with freshly whipped cream, a sprig of mint, a sunny summer day, and a glass of prosecco!