A fabulously festive cake for the holidays and beyond that you can make 1 or 2 days ahead. Rich and excellent on its own, or pair it with pumpkin ice cream.
If you're in a hurry, simply layer the parfait with untoasted panettone and untoasted almonds.
Make this easy sweet treat a day or two ahead. After the chocolate has set, simply store the matzo bark in an airtight container at room temperature until ready to serve.
Sweet potatoes and apples add moistness and natural sweetness to this simple cake.
This is a must for French toast fans: Crisp on top, lusciously moist in the middle, and very easy to share with a crowd. Serve it alongside a big bowl of fresh fruit.
The secret ingredient in these elegant gingerbread cookies is freshly ground black pepper. It adds just enough flavor without making them too spicy for children. Little hands will come in handy for the twisting, so make room for the kids.
Grated butternut squash and fresh nutmeg add earthy notes to these addictive sweets. To grate the squash, use a box grater or food processor. Make up to two days ahead, and cut them just before serving.
Poaching pears in Whole Trade™ jasmine green tea creates a fragrant and delicate dessert. Serve with your favorite gingersnap cookies on the side.
This salad is a spin on classic ambrosia, using creamy coconut milk rather than sour cream or mayonnaise. Make this recipe with regular or light coconut milk.
These baked custards are perfect for entertaining, as they can be made ahead of time and chilled until ready to serve.
Milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate and chocolate hazelnut spread flavor this decadent sweet and sour treat. Fudge holds up well when wrapped tightly and kept refrigerated, so make this a few days in advance, if needed.
Make a boxed cake mix extraordinary with the addition of caramel and fruit. Be sure to have on hand the ingredients needed to prepare the cake mix according to the package directions.