This was one of the first desserts I made on morning television. They were a hit with the hosts and producers of the show.
Cherries seem to only be in season for a short time. When they are, have this recipe handy.
Pecan pie can be a rich dessert on its own. Add chocolate and bourbon, and you have a decadent dessert that's perfect for the holidays! This Chocolate Pecan Bourbon Pie is easy to make and will be a memorable showstopper to just about any meal. You'll love that this easy pecan pie recipe is filled with an assortment of flavors and textures, too.
Use this crust for pies with fall flavors. The rich hazelnut taste amplifies the filling of the pie tenfold.
Try a rich chocolate crust instead of a regular flaky crust. It will enhance any berry or pumpkin-type pie.
These are the beautiful tarts that you see in French pastry shop windows. I’m always amazed at how expensive they are when they’re so sim...
A tart crust, unlike a pie crust, needs to be able to stand on its own outside of a pan. This rich and buttery crust will enhance your ta...
The original recipe for this cake was first published in the 1970s in Southern Living. It is a very similar to a moist carrot cake without carrots.
Here’s a chocolate fudge cheesecake that’s so rich you’ll need a glass of milk to wash it down!
If you love both chocolate and white cakes, this one will satisfy all your needs in one luscious cake.
My favorite cake includes this frosting and dark chocolate layers.
This cake has made a comeback. It is a rich red color, making it great for Valentine’s Day or your anniversary.
When given a choice of wedding cakes, the groom invariably picks this one.
Light and tart. I like to fill these cupcakes with Fresh Lemon Curd.
A wonderful raspberry flavor is hidden inside this dark, rich truffle.
Originally this was a dessert that used up day-old bread or cake.
Made famous by Brennan’s Restaurant in New Orleans in the 1950s. It is still served up today at their “typical” New Orleans breakfast. Th...
The first time I discovered bear claws was when I worked at Dick’s Bakery in San Jose, California. I was in charge of making the filling....
This is a finishing touch for all breakfast rolls.
This dough is the base for all of the yeast breakfast rolls.
Nutty scones with a hit of sweet chocolate.
Here is a classic recipe that will suit all of your pie-making needs. Once you master making the dough by hand, try the food processor v...
The food processor makes the creamiest and smoothest frostings! You don't even have to sift the confectioner's sugar.
This rich icing has so many uses.
Light and creamy like whipped cream, yet sturdy enough to make detailed decorations.
I use this frosting when the flavor of a cake calls for cream cheese with tropical-island flair.
This frosting was made famous in the 1950's. With the revolution new electric mixers, wit would only take seven minutes of mixing to cre...
This is a perfect whipped cream for icing cakes and pastry when you need to have it sit on a table for a while. Extra fat from cream che...
When it's my birhtday, the only cake I still want my Mom to make is a chocolate one with this frosting.
This is the richest icing I know. Use high-quality chocolate for best results.
Tart yet fresh, this lemon frosting will make any citrus lover pucker up!
Use this classic topping on almost any cheesecake or cake.
This cake is quick to make and moist. I like to use it as a base when I make English Trifle. It also makes a nice layer cake.
The essence of vanilla will fill your home with sweet smells. This is a staple in a pastry kitchen.