Looks like upside-down cake. Tastes like upside-down cake. Yet this sticky citrusy dessert couldn't be more right side up as far as we're concerned.
Whoever first thought to beat sugar and egg whites into pillowy peaks has our gratitude. So does author Annie Rigg for thinking to swirl in cocoa and cinnamon.
A theatrical departure from the norm, these diaphanous beauties shatter dramatically as they deliver untold caramelized, bittersweet chocolate goodness.
A choose-your-own-ending recipe, with varying outcomes depending on whether you use bittersweet or semisweet chocolate. Suspenseful!
Not just the stuff of sweet memories, angel food cake is still in fashion—and still fashionably simple to whip up. Truly heaven sent.
Don't let these delicate, diminutive cakes with the froufrou French name fool you. They're a cinch to toss in the oven--and even easier to toss in the mouth.
This cake, a nod not just to Queen Victoria but British sensibility, defines the very notion of simple yet sophisticated.
Tender and crumbly like shortbread, yet subtly flavored and sweet like cookies, these beg the question, which are they?
This simple caramel sauce was made for weeknight cravings that desperately demand scooping something sweet by the spoonful.
Sometimes it’s nice to just let your spoon sink into something that tastes pure as the driven snow. Indulgently rich, sigh-inducingly creamy, vanilla-enhanced snow.
This lovely melding of cheese course and last course becomes even lovelier with a generous pour of port.
Caramel Pear Tarts12/17
Nothing says sassy like swapping pears for apples in the classic French tarte tatin. What can we say? We like to live on the edge.
Who knew Katharine Hepburn was as agile at baking as acting? These brownies make us think maybe she missed her true calling.
Holiday diet tactic #142: This stunning cookie tree. Because it sorta makes it harder to demolish a half batch of cookies when doing so would demolish the Christmas tree.