A cinch to make. The rhubarb lends tartness, the berries sweetness, and the ginger some sweet heat.
These baking powder biscuits morph boring pantry staples into stunningly tender, buttery, pull-apart biscuits that scream to be eaten hot from the oven.
Mustard Baked Ham is practically a Christmas requirement. Succulent ham is baked with a sweet mustard crust until it’s dripping with flavor. The ham makes great sandwiches, too
An Oreo cookie crust is filled with a rich custard made from bittersweet and semisweet chocolate. Vanilla-infused whipped cream is crowned high on top.
What’s with the thankfulness, you ask? For starters, this sleek, sophisticated, tender-crumbed cake smothered in butterscotch and stacked to the heavens.
This almost flourless pecan torte is rich with pecans, eggs, and sugar. On top is a dollop of bourbon-spiked whipped cream. The torte is great with coffee.
Shortbread wedge cookies rife with ginger and lemon zest are baked to a lightly golden then topped with a creamy lemon glaze. A perfect tea treat of dessert.
A classic cake. Vanilla cake layers are slathered with a coconut-almond-oatmeal-cookie filling and frosted with meringue topped with cherries.
Know how sometimes you taste something and can’t help but sigh with content? This cake does that to us each and every darn time.
Outrageously popular in Portugal, these cute little custard cups known as pasteis de nata boast a silken filling, a flaky pastry, and quite the dedicated following.
Buttery, cake-y, crisp at the edges, and with a slight lilt of lemon, this cookie launched a thousand memories—and a literary masterpiece—for Marcel Proust.
Ham glazed with cranberry fruit cocktail provides a tart sweet combination. Garnish with cranberries and oranges for a colorful holiday main course.
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