Dark brown sugar is key and a dollop of mascarpone makes for superior tenderness. Walnuts optional but encouraged.
Featuring custardy flan, towering layer cakes, sky-high pies, elegant tarts, and homespun cookies, our best Christmas desserts will sweeten your entire holiday season.
Keep spirits high and ovens warm with a big batch of our best holiday cookies.
Molasses keeps these cookies magically fresh and chewy for days.
What makes this the best chocolate chip cookie recipe? Crispy edges, chewy centers, and classic cookie flavor with every batch. Oh, and no mixer required.
Inspired by the refreshing sweet-tart flavors of mango lassi, this cold and silky mousse hits all the spots for a perfect after-dinner treat.
The secret ingredient in this recipe for ultra-silky flan is cream cheese. It adds richness and stability to the custard dessert so that unmolding is a breeze.
Tangy, floral citrus soaks up dark, smoky caramel for a sweet, sticky sundae unlike any other.
This light, coffee-flavored cake is a fun twist on the decadent classic, with layers of Kahlúa-soaked ladyfingers set between a sweet mascarpone filling.
This flourless chocolate cake features meringue both in the batter and on top, which bakes into a light and crispy shell with beautiful swirls.
Make these irresistible melt-in-your mouth shortbread-style cookies, which are topped with lime glaze and zest for a tangy and citrusy punch.
Caramelized bananas in a boozy, butterscotch-y sauce served over creamy mascarpone makes for a delicious dessert paying homage to a classic.
Caramelized almonds make this dense, velvety chocolate mousse party-ready.
Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, these raspberry-jam-filled almond thumbprint cookies are the perfect teatime snack.
These simple sugar cookies are crisp yet tender, keep their shape when baked, and yes, taste great too.
This sufganiyot recipe delivers golden brown pillowy doughnuts filled with strawberry jam. Make them on Hanukkah—or anytime you want to impress your guests.
Everyone’s suddenly an artist with this foolproof sugar cookie royal icing that will have you decorating in no time.
Nutty, buttery, and fruity, these traditional Sicilian cookies known as cuccidati are perfect for the holidays.
This recipe makes a bright condiment for your Thanksgiving or Christmas table, but it's also a delicious, zesty topping for a breakfast of steel-cut oats.
These desserts go way beyond your average pie. (But don’t worry, there’s plenty of pie too.)
A sleeper hit from Bon Appetit’s 1974 Thanksgiving menu, this mincemeat pie recipe is deeply fruity and loaded with warm spices.
Inspired by coconut-based mithai, these irresistible baked cake doughnuts have a plush, lightly spiced crumb and a sweet glaze, all thanks to coconut milk.
This giant hazelnut butter cup is like the store-bought candy but bigger, better, and filled with smashed ice cream cones.