From bread pudding to nutty caramels, these tasty Thanksgiving treats will delight kids (both young and old).
Deep, dark chocolate finds the perfect partner in the citrus-y zest of these cookies. Serve with mugs of hot, steaming tea or rich hot chocolate for double the pleasure.
A flavor pairing that's unique and utterly delicious -- and sure to please your most ardent white chocolate fans. Citrusy orange balances any sugary sweetness, and when coated in nuts, these morsels are pure decadence.
Swirls of white chocolate gives these rich, satiny brownies a glamorous finish, and a flavor combination that's irresistible. Perfect for parties, potlucks, or any special occasion.
These rich, no-bake morsels are utterly decadent and packed with chocolate-y flavor. Make the night before so they have time to properly set, then unveil and impress your guests.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a much-loved combination, and these easy, no-bake bars get extra yummy-ness from both. Make a batch at the beginning of the week for special after-school treats or simple weeknight desserts.
This super-simple recipe gives you all the flavor of old-fashioned homemade fudge, with a mere ten minutes of prep. Leave out the nuts if you have chocolate lover's who'll object, or add mini-marshmallows for an extra-sweet surprise.
Great for a Teddy Bear's picnic, tea time treat, or birthday party.
This shortbread recipe is amazing. Wheaty and buttery and carmelized, gritty and salty and sweet. They are not docile, melt-in-your mouth cookies; they are never-a-dull-moment cookies!
This is not your usual cakey, raisiny, cinnamony kind of oatmeal cookie. No, these oatmeal cookies are buttery-edged and crisp and teeth-stickingly chewy at the same time.
A tasty snack recipe inspired by the Disney movie Cinderella.
Decorated apples and oranges become delicious and healthy treats for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving, or Kwanzaa parties.
These mini pecan pies are the perfect holiday treat.