Love carrot cake? These Carrot Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting are perfectly portioned individual servings of carrot cake. They’re delicate and moist, with an irresistible spice blend. No mixer is needed for the cupcake batter; everything is whisked together in a bowl! You won’t believe how easily they come together.
The best banana bread is soft and tender, with plenty of banana flavor and a delicate crunch from toasted walnuts. It should be soft and not overly heavy. There’s no better way to use overripe bananas! This banana bread recipe hits all the right notes.
This classic yellow cake recipe is soft, buttery and moist, with a delicate crumb, and just the right amount of sweetness. Its simple vanilla flavor is perfect for showcasing your favorite frosting or enjoying on its own. Best of all? This yellow cake recipe is made entirely from scratch.
You are going to love this easy pineapple cake recipe! One of my readers entered it into a baking contest, and it won second place. While I love layer cakes, sometimes simple is best. This pineapple cake needs no frosting, though it’s amazing with freshly whipped cream. It’s soft, moist, eggy and delicate.
No-bake desserts are a perfect solution to summer entertaining, and this Strawberry No-Bake Cheesecake recipe is an excellent option when the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven! It’s a crowd-pleasing, flavorful dessert that isn’t overly sweet or dense. I’ve teamed up with California Strawberries to create a strawberry cheesecake recipe
This Sour Cream Chocolate Frosting is creamy, tangy, and it comes together in no time! It works well with many cake and cupcake recipes, and can be customized for more or less sweetness. You can also adjust for a thicker or thinner chocolate frosting consistency. While I’m typically a meringue buttercream loyalist, there’s something about
Italian Meringue Buttercream Frosting is made from sugar, egg whites, and butter. Unlike American buttercream, it’s light, fluffy, and never cloying. This step-by-step tutorial includes options for vanilla, chocolate or strawberry buttercream, as well as suggestions for additional flavors. It may appear a bit daunting at first if you’ve only prepared American buttercreams, which are
This foolproof, easy bread pudding recipe is made using kitchen staples: bread, eggs, butter, cream, cinnamon, vanilla and raisins. The results are incredibly soft, decadent, buttery, and yet somehow not too heavy. It’s a classic bread pudding that is perfect for parties (or whenever you feel like treating yourself to the ultimate comfort food dessert). If
You’re going to love this decadent Blood Orange Olive Oil Cake. No stand mixer required! Blood oranges add a beautiful visual element, but regular oranges can easily be substituted. This olive oil cake recipe is truly an amazing dessert.
These moist, dark chocolate cupcakes are incredibly soft and rich without being overly sweet. Chocolate meringue buttercream frosting keeps them from feeling heavy, making these a wonderful romantic dessert option for Valentine’s Day, or for any special occasion!