by Regan Burns in Recipes, June 17th, 2016
by Amy Reiter in News, June 13th, 2016
Contrary to popular belief, not every dad turns into a hardcore tie collector or grilling aficionado on Father’s Day. Some guys just want to be appreciated, indulged and subtly reminded about how they’re No. 1. And what better way to say, “Dad, you’re the best” than by baking up a homemade sweet or savory treat? We’ve rounded up some can’t-miss ideas for the man in your life.
Carrot Cake or Cheesecake—or Both?
It isn’t fair to ask Dad to choose between his two favorites on Father’s Day, and now he won’t have to. Combining the best parts of two beloved desserts, tender carrot cake is crowned with a halo of tangy cheesecake in this showstopping mash-up.
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by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, May 14th, 2016
Attention, trend watchers: Retro pastries a la France are currently very much a la mode in New York City.
New York magazine food writers Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite have detected a recent “proliferation of classic French desserts” in eateries throughout NYC, declaring, “This is a moment for meringue, for lush pastry cream, and for looming souffles.”
by Lauren Piro in Recipes, May 10th, 2016
Forget everything you know about homemade desserts because these two-ingredient beauties are reinventing the sweet-treat wheel. Neither tricky nor time-consuming to make, fuss-free picks like flavorful ice cream, fruity sorbet and chocolatey ice pops are indeed easy to make with products and produce you likely have on hand. Read on below to see how the cast of The Kitchen put them together on this morning’s new episode.
by Regan Burns in In Season, Recipes, May 8th, 2016
There’s nothing quite a like a milkshake to make you feel like a kid again. But next time you’re filling the blender for a whipped-up treat, try one of these ideas for a fun twist on the classic.
Wake it up with coffee.
A little bit of espresso powder gives this Vietnamese Iced Coffee Milkshake (above) a pleasing jolt.
by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, May 6th, 2016
We’re edging into strawberry season, which means that in warmer parts of the country those fragrant, ruby-hued berries are popping up at the farmers markets, and pick-your-own operations are finally open for business. In cooler areas, we’re relying on supermarket berries for now, but even those are flavorful and juicy at this time of year.
by Regan Burns in Holidays, Recipes, May 2nd, 2016
A bouquet of flowers will never go out of style, but these fresh, floral spins on Mom’s favorite things will have her feeling all warm and fuzzy on her special day. From flowery cocktails garnished with petals and sprigs to springtime confections that taste just-bloomed after baking, any one of these special treats will prove the perfect companion for your Mother’s Day brunch.
You’d better be extra-sweet to Mom on Mother’s Day, and baking her this pretty-in-pink cake is one festive way to do it. Anne Burrell’s Victorian Rose Geranium Cake for Food Network Magazine is imbued with the essence of real rose geranium leaves, both in the pink-tinged frosting and in the cake itself.
by Lauren Piro in Recipes, April 24th, 2016
Whether you’re truly celebrating Mexico’s triumph over the French in 1861’s Battle of Puebla or merely looking for a reason to eat your weight in churros, Cinco de Mayo is a great time of year to revisit dessert recipes that celebrate the flavors and ingredients of Mexican cuisine. From classics like rice pudding and tres leches cake to new interpretations like Mexican chocolate brownies and margarita pie, we’ve rounded up our favorite Mexican-inspired sweets.
by Maria Russo in Community, April 24th, 2016
If you told the childhood version of yourself that one day you’d flip for a cake filled with a vegetable, you surely would have laughed. But this tried-and-true dessert is endlessly craveable no matter how you make it. And yes, there are many ways:
by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, April 21st, 2016
Not just for sandwiches, the classic combo of PB and J can star in dessert, too, as it does in this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Ina Garten makes a sweetened dough to feature as both the base of the bars and the topping. And in the middle, it’s all about the jam; Ina opts for raspberry, but you can use your favorite flavor if you prefer. For welcome texture, blanket the dessert with chopped peanuts before baking.
For more impressive dessert recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.
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For those celebrating Passover, the day before is spent in preparation. Kitchens are scrubbed clean, seder tables are set, matzo is purchased in bulk and food preparations are well underway. Though nothing can beat your bubbe’s matzo ball soup or flourless chocolate cake, these inventive and creative Passover-friendly sweet treats are here to punch up your holiday dessert spread.
When life gives you unleavened bread, make cake! But not just any cake. Layer together a super-fun No-Bake Matzo Stack Cake with whipped cream, chopped nuts and, of course, crunchy matzo.