Freshly sliced bananas and pineapple meet soft vanilla ice cream and a savory cinnamon-flavored sauce to give you one decadent
dessert. Fresh fruit is always best, but for the sake of convenience, the precut variety works well too.
Small pearl tapioca combined with coconut milk and fresh pineapple makes a simple tropics-inspired treat. The key to success
is using small pearl tapioca, not instant or minute tapioca. Fresh mango or papaya works equally well as a substitute for
the fresh pineapple.
Low-and-slow cooking lends itself well to whipping up homemade candies, such as these festive coated pretzels. Since very
little prep work is required, this recipe is a great way to get little ones involved in the kitchen.
No fondue pot? No problem. Slow cookers are a great way to prepare fondue and keep it warm throughout the party. Just combine
caramels and condensed milk and cook on LOW for 3 1/2 hours, then serve with apple slices and pound cake squares.
Satisfy your craving for sweet-and-savory treats with this super easy candy recipe. The combination of chocolate bark coating,
semisweet chocolate morsels, and German chocolate baking squares will delight even the most demanding chocoholic!
Bread pudding is to dessert what French toast is to breakfast: A delicious concoction that starts with bread soaked in eggs,
milk, cream, butter, and sugar. This dish gets even richer flavor by calling for cinnamon-raisin bread instead of white, and
features cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and chopped pecans as well.
Savor the sweetness of fresh or frozen peaches with this easy 7-ingredient dessert. Fresh peaches will yield the best flavor,
but there's no need to thaw frozen ones if you're making this out of season.
Treat your family to this ooey-gooey cake featuring chocolate, coffee, cinnamon, and vanilla. Toasted pecans add savory crunch
and make this an irresistible treat! Serve with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream.
The incredible smells wafting from your slow cooker while preparing these apples will make it hard to wait the full 6 hours
to try a bite! The sweetened dried cranberries keep the dessert from being overwhelmingly sweet, while cinnamon and maple
syrup lend plenty of autumn-inspired flavor.