These potato chip cookies are the perfect combination of salty and sweet. The shortbread base is packed with pecans and crushed potato chips, then topped with chocolate and sea salt.
This lemon pistachio biscotti is as delicious as it is beautiful. It’s dipped in white chocolate to add an extra layer of sweetness.
These bourbon balls are holiday treats with a kick! Cocoa, powdered sugar and pecans help balance out the booze, making these a popular cookie at holiday parties.
These pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are super soft and full of the best fall flavors. Hints of nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon make them a delicious seasonal treat.
You’ll never be able to tell there’s zucchini hidden inside this delicious chocolate cake. The built-in moisture from the summer squash makes this recipe foolproof.
This simple dessert lets summer’s fresh fruit shine. Topped with a slightly-sweet mascarpone whipped cream, this is the perfect red, white and blue dish to serve for your July 4th celebrations!
This sweet cherry galette has a savory twist thanks to the addition of woodsy rosemary and tangy goat cheese. It’s a sophisticated dessert that home cooks of all skill levels can conquer.
These banana blondies are a kicked up version of a classic. They’re full of chocolate chips and topped with Nutella. Does it get any better?
This buttery, white sheet cake will melt in your mouth. It has a slight almond flavor and is easy to throw together — even for the inexperienced baker. This is the perfect cake to feed a crowd.
These recipes will help you feed a crowd on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re easy to whip up and will leave your guests feeling happy, no matter what team they’re cheering for!
These soft, banana cookies are among my most-requested recipes. They’re perfectly moist and topped with a melt-in-your-mouth banana frosting. This is the perfect way to use up any overripe bananas you have sitting around your kitchen.
This banana bread is perfectly moist, thanks to the addition of almond butter and Greek yogurt. It’s sweetened with honey instead of sugar, resulting in a healthier version of the classic treat.