These adorable brownie pops will outshine everything else in your Easter baskets.
Mix up some chocolate and coconut for these neat candy cups.
Kids' baking know-how will reach new peaks when they prepare these scrumptious meringue sandwich cookies.
These treats are perfect for a spring morning or Easter brunch.
This cake is so creamy and delicious, no one will guess your no-sweat secret.
Pretty in pink lemon squares are a sweet-tart addition to any dessert table.
Combine cranberries and apples for a sweet-tart crumble that makes a delicious warm dessert on cool autumn evenings.
Try a delicious dessert from the Hundred Acre Wood!
Brown sugar and vanilla give these bite-size muffins a rich flavor, while the "jewels" -- dried blueberries and cherries -- offer a delightful burst of sweetness.
While this traditional dessert is usually made with mascarpone cheese, cream cheese will do fine and is cheaper and easier to find. This is single-layer-quick for those times you want the flavors of tiramisu, but don't have the time for a larger dessert.
Add a little magic to dessert time with these whimsical winged treats.
The searing heat of the grill caramelizes the natural sugar in the peach slices for added flavor. Here, the peaches' sweetness is balanced by a rich gingered whipped cream sauce.
This cake is quaint and old-fashioned and perfect with a side of fruit.
Grapefruit cupcakes are nothing new, but using the very attractive Ruby Red variety makes these extra pretty. Freshly flavored and delicately pink, they are the perfect spring treat.
Kids will flip for these sweet summertime treats, and beginning bakers get plenty of chances to pitch in.
This is a dense, buttery cake dotted with sweet-tart plums that have gone silky in the oven. It takes just a few minutes to get it into the oven, and comfortably knife-wielding kids might like to help by halving the plums and tugging out their pits.
During National Strawberry Month, serve up this refreshing berry parfait with a zippy new twist: lemon-flavored whipped cream.
A cake with salt, and no butter? Just wait for it. It's easy peasy, and scrumptious.
With this fun and adorable recipe, you can decorate your very own edible Easter basket cupcakes. Fill the little nests with jelly beans, chocolate eggs for some jolly Easter fun.
Moist, delicious and versatile, this bread can be served for breakfast or as a tempting dessert, topped with an optional Coconut-Lemon Glaze.
Easter Bunny Brownie Pops
Merry Meringue Treats
Berry No-Bake Cheesecake
Pink Lemonade Bars
Cranberry and Apple Crumble
Rabbit's Easter Cupcakes
Little Gem Mini Muffins
Grilled Peaches with Ginger Whipped Cream
Ruby Red Grapefruit Cupcakes
Pineapple Upside-Down Cupcakes
Edible Easter Basket Cupcakes
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