Looking for a unique homemade gift idea? Well, look no further! This sweet surprise is a Christmas decoration they can display, then devour.
A storebought snack cake gets all dressed up for Halloween with a layer of ooey-gooey chocolate and frosting bandages.
Looking for a fun Halloween project to do with the kids? Well, look no further! These candy-dipped apples look just like a friendly jack-o’-lantern or ghost and are as much fun to decorate as they are to munch.
Heather Baird of Sprinkle Bakes shares five quick and easy Easter treats that are almost too cute to eat.
Dye marshmallows instead of eggs this Easter.
These colorful speckled egg cakes make a cute addition to Easter baskets or spring dessert buffet tables.
With only three ingredients, you can make these tasty treats last minute.
These no-bake coconut almond candies are easy to make, and both kids and adults will love them.
Make this all-edible Easter basket from chocolate-covered wafers.
Make these ice cream sandwiches for your next outdoor party to help keep your guests cool.
This fluffy confection is baked in a 10-inch pan and is piled with marshmallows, caramel and peanut butter cups. Slice it like cake, and serve it warm with ice cream.
Applewood smoked salt is the secret ingredient for this clever recipe. Not only do the cookies taste like bacon, but they look like it, too.
Red wine is an unexpected ingredient to incorporate into desserts. These lollipops were created with Port wine, but you can try your favorite variety of red.
This delectable whiskey cake can be made in various-sized glass canning jars. You may also choose to bake it in a 10-inch Bundt pan that has been greased and lightly floured.
This cookie recipe is made with graham flour, which gives the dough a flavor reminiscent of graham crackers. They are best served alongside strong coffee.