These crispy, sweet, cinnamon-scented apple fries make a delicious snack or dessert.
Make crêpes more fun by folding in sweet cookie butter, dark chocolate, bananas and potato chips.
If you haven't tried this recipe for our most famous spice cake yet, don't let the secret ingredient scare you away.
This easy, five-ingredient cake comes together quickly for a fast, easy and flavorful dessert.
Using a muffin tin, Joy Bauer makes three-ingredient chocolate-peanut butter cups that are big on the crunch.
This easy icebox cake comes together with only five ingredients in just 15 minutes.
Serve sweet, crisp, fluffy New Orleans-style beignets any time of the day.
Make rich, fudgy, chocolaty brownies even easier with this one surprising ingredient.
Layer pound cake with whipped cream and fruity flavorings for an easy and impressive dessert.
Top peanut butter cookies with chocolate and colorful sprinkles for a sweet Valentine's Day treat.
Finish this sweet cookie pizza with a decadent peanut butter drizzle just before serving.
Layer crisp cookies with edible cookie dough and buttercream for the ultimate cookie-lovers cake.
This chocolaty, coffee scented chocolate mousse comes together with just five easy ingredients.
Smooth peanut butter and rich chocolate make this five-ingredient cake incredibly decadent and irresistible to any peanut butter cup fan.
Spice up sweet potato pie with warm cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger.
Fruits, nuts and cheese bring satisfyingly complex flavor to dessert.
Dylan reveals her family's favorite recipe for perfect chocolate chip cookies.
This gluten-free version has all the flavor of traditional banana bread but with added healthy ingredients.
Whip up dessert in no time with two-ingredient, two-minute chocolate mug cake.
Dipping an enormous red strawberry into a pot of warm melted chocolate fondue is guaranteed to make just about anybody happy.
Change up classic chocolate chip cookies with sourdough discard and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Nutty, buttery and chocolaty Linzer cookies make the perfect holiday treat.
Laced with fragrant saffron and rich with bittersweet chocolate, the flavor really pops in these crunchy Italian cookies.
These crunchy cookies from India use cardamom for added sweetness and subtle spice.
Black pepper and ginger enliven these irresistible chocolate-hazelnut cookies.
Crushed peppermints and a chocolate drizzle make these brownie cookies perfect for the holidays.
Give classic snowball cookies a red velvet twist with a smooth, sweet flavor and vibrant pop of holiday color.
Transform the Taiwanese tradition of pineapple cake into these sweet, fruit-filled cookie sandwiches.
The flavors of sweet shortbread and earthy matcha tea marry together to make the perfect tea time cookie.
Roll up gingerbread chiffon cake with sweet maple mouse and tart cranberry jam for a seasonally flavored Bûche de Noël.
These Italian Christmas cookies can also double as ornaments for your tree.
These buttery, crumbly, sweet shortbread cookies are made with just five ingredients.
Crunchy pecans complement the crumbly, buttery texture of shortbread cookies.
This buttery tart is filled with the flavors of hazelnuts and raspberries.
Celebrate Hanukkah with fresh, hot, homemade jelly doughnuts.
Pour hot milk over these hot chocolate bombs to magically release the marshmallows and hot chocolate mix.
Fill festive decorated ice cream cones with delicious edible cookie dough for Christmas.
The fluffy texture of the whoopie pies and creamy filling are a lighter and smoother alternative to traditional gingerbread cookies.
Make vegan brownies without any eggs or dairy that are still moist, fudgy and flavorful.
Dylan and her son Calvin love making this unbelievably easy three-ingredient Jell-O pie together.
This make-ahead recipe is quick, easy and tastes just like a pumpkin pie ... but you don't have to turn on your oven to make it!