Whether it's for a special occasion or you just want to show appreciation for family and friends, check out our collection of featured treats from the past months for delicious recipes!
Disguised as a certain pumpkin-flavored dessert, this oversize sugar cookie will add a whimsical touch to your Thanksgiving table.
These festive treats, designed to look like candles, can brighten any holiday gathering, from Hanukkah to New Year's and all the celebrations in between.
These pinecone look-alikes make a tree-mendous after-school snack or fall party food.
Celebrate the start of a new school year with these faux-apple cupcakes.
These noteworthy pencil-shaped snacks are sure to earn high marks as a treat after school or at the next classroom gathering.
The centers of these moist, delectable treats ooze with irresistible sweetness.
This topsy-turvy cake makes a dramatic centerpiece for any party, but it would fit in especially well with a Mad Hatter's theme.
Fairy tales can come true with this sweet rendition of the extra-sensitive princess and her super-tall bed. Despite the cake's magical appearance, you won't lose sleep worrying about making it!
Made with cotton candy vapor and a cardboard-tube neck, this cake is modeled after a real piece of lab equipment: a Florence flask.
This sweet, bubbly drink looks like something scooped up from a deep, dark bog and makes a great Halloween party beverage or spooky after-dinner treat.
Need a snack to tide the kids over until the big Thanksgiving feast? Here's a healthy option they can have fun making themselves.
These lower-fat, bite-size chocolates make a thoughtful thank-you for your teacher at the end of the school year.
This lovely dessert is easily assembled by chilling layers of gelatin and condensed milk -- and, even sweeter, it's low-fat.
Here's what little leprechauns look forward to on St. Patrick's Day: a magical snack that can add color to the grayest March afternoon.
On April Fools' Day, trick your family with a tiny breakfast that's really a cleverly disguised dessert.
This Mother's Day give the moms in your life the royal treatment by serving up these tiny sweets.
No seamstress skills are required to make these Mother's Day cupcakes, with stitches made of licorice lace.
Moist, delicious and versatile, this bread can be served for breakfast or as a tempting dessert, topped with an optional Coconut-Lemon Glaze.
This snack-time staple has applesauce for moisture, and diced apples because, well, they taste great.
With all those rich chocolate chips set against a striking orange background, this kid favorite isn't just delicious, it's pretty too. For a healthier option, substitute raisins for the chocolate chips.
No longer is it necessary to go to the local bakery for great-tasting cinnamon rolls made from scratch. With this recipe, you can bake a sweet and buttery batch that everyone will find irresistible.
This clever trio of mini cakes is a tasty way to honor the King of the Grill on Father's Day.
These cute cookie kicks are sure to make a splash at your next pool party.
Kids come up with a pearl every time they dive into one of these sweet under-the-sea-style snacks. They're perfect for ocean-side picnics, beach-themed parties, or any gathering celebrating the sunniest season.
Easy as Pie!
A Light Dessert
Pining for a Snack?
The Apple of Our Eye
Chew on Your Pencil
Chocolate Lava Cakes
The Princess and the Pea Cake
Fantastic Flask Cake
Gobble Me Up
Truffles for Teacher
Eat Your Heart Out
Taste a Rainbow
Fakin' and Eggs
Queen for a Day Cupcakes
Sew Sweet Cupcakes
Double Apple-Walnut Bread
Chocolate Chip-Pumpkin Loaf
Sweet Cinnamon Rolls
A Grate Gift for Dad