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This delicious recipe is called typically called Pithiviers, but on January 6 the French call it Galette des Rois, or king cake—much like our lucky Mardi Gras treat!
A welcome addition to any celebration, these whoopie pies are festive, fun, and delicious!
This moist, flavorful cake is like autumn in a pan. Bake it just before guests arrive…the delicious aroma will greet them at the door.
I don't care if you make this for breakfast or dessert…just promise me you'll make it. It's warm, dense, decadent, and the very definition of comfort.
Snickerdoodles are a traditional recipe for the holidays and apples are a fall staple. We combined both to create a truly irresistible cookie.
Better than apple pie! Not only does this recipe encompass all the flavors of fall and apple pie, but you don’t have to fuss with a pesky dough!
Scoop up apple-pie goodness in a chilled summertime treat with this recipe for homemade ice cream that has pie filling and shortbread cookie mix-ins.
I've always wondered how to make a lattice crust and was surprised by how easy it really is. Just take your time…you can do it. The end result is truly worth it.
A saltine cracker-crust and creamy filling gives you the perfect balance of salty and sweet.
Sometimes a lighter dessert is nice after a heavy holiday meal. These colorful, candy corn-like parfaits taste like a light, fluffy pumpkin pie minus the heavy crust.
Everyone knows an apple a day keeps the doctor away, so why not spice up your morning fruit with these Baked Stuffed Apples—like an inside-out bowl of yummy oatmeal!
Dish up the popular flavors of a banana split in an easy-to-serve dessert. This cool treat is made with strawberries, banana pudding, and whipped topping—plus cherries on top, of course!
This recipe combines the richness of a moist and flavorful bread pudding with a famously delicious sauce. This is the dessert to make when you’ve got guests to impress!
Beignets are a classic Louisiana dessert. Much like funnel cake, the fried batter is sweet, light, and airy—in other words, you'll never be able to eat just one!
We originally named this recipe "Holiday Dessert Lasagna," but switched the title after an ITKWD taste-tester told us it was better than Christmas!
A dual dessert! Turn the always delicious black & white cookie into a bowl that holds another sweet treat.
Enjoy a layered twist on this rich, decadent cake. It's the perfect way to update a classic.
Transform a simple white cake mix into a treat that's sure to delight—at breakfast time or anytime!
An ode to the blueberry! This pound cake showcases those tasty, antioxidant-rich berries beautifully.
Don’t worry about forming perfect folds in the crust—this is a more rustic type of tart that welcomes imperfections.
With so many yummy flavors in one recipe, you're bound for deliciousness!
David’s Note: The decadence of bread pudding is made easy with straight-from-the-store rolls.
Cookies are always around at the holidays and so are friends and family! Serve these brown butter cookies made with ingredients you have on hand.
These are adorable, edible Easter decorations! Make them the centerpiece on your table, stage on a drinks/dessert table, or even make them place settings.
This cake is part of my childhood. My mom would make this as my birthday cake almost every year, starting with my first birthday! It never loses its charm, and pulls on my heartstrings every time I see it.
This easy crème brûlée recipe will impress all of your dinner guests with its beautiful caramelized top over a smooth and creamy custard.
David’s Note: When you sprinkle on a smattering of candy, this pie goes from downright delicious to out-of-this-world decadent.
Take the cannoli…wherever you're headed this holiday! This easy-to-make recipe gives that classic cannoli a little holiday flair.
A Traditional cannoli recipe has a bit of citrus, so that's what I've incorporated into my Cannoli Cups. The result is just a hint of orange flavor that doesn't overpower the sweetness of the filling.
The rich flavor combination of caramel apple and cheesecake makes these decadent bars a quintessential autumn dessert.
Contrasting layers really set cookie bars apart! Thanks to store-bought cookie dough and a box of cake mix, you get all of that goodness with less of the work.
This is one of the cutest recipes we've made yet. And, they'll absolutely impress everyone who is lucky enough to have one.
Hosting guests? This is the perfect dessert to serve…your culinary skills will be the talk of the party!
This recipe was inspired by a famous Southern cola. We used a popular lemon-lime soda and lemon zest to make the fluffy cake, but then incorporated fresh cherries in the icing.
A friend of mine sent me homemade rugelach a few years ago and I just loved it. I’m thrilled we now have our own recipe in the In the Kitchen with David collection.
If you love biting into salty & sweet fudge at the beach, then this homemade variety will hit the spot!
This classic Southern dessert takes me back to my childhood. I'll never grow tired of it. Make it and see why!
David’s Note: A boxed brownie mix & tub of premade frosting are the shortcuts you need to sweeten up the season!
Show your sweetheart you care by making this...repeat after me, "very difficult and time-consuming recipe!"
Chocolate stuffed with cookie dough has to be one of the yummiest combinations on the planet. Serve them without mentioning the surprise inside for a major wow-factor!
With a warm, melted chocolate center, this cookie recipe is a deep-dish version of the classic all-American cookie!
Brownies may be the world’s easiest and most perfect dessert. These blondies take a close second. They’re fast, easy, and have a perfect sweet/salty balance.
Walnuts, cranberries, blueberries…you can put just about anything into zucchini bread...I love chocolate chips!
We love chocolate. We love bacon. Why not combine them to create a jaw-dropping, delicious dessert? See if friends & loved ones can guess the secret ingredient!
I have a family of coconut lovers…and these bars always get rave reviews when I make them. Imagine a chocolate-coconut cream pie on a shortbread cookie crust…it's a slice of delicious!
I can never decide between bread pudding and chocolate cake when both are on a dessert menu. So, I created this decadent dish to combine the two. Now I get seconds!
I can never decide between bread pudding and brownies when both are on a dessert menu. So, I created this decadent treat. Problem solved!
Chocolate AND pasta? You heard right! Twirl every homemade chocolate noodle like it's your main course.
These are the perfect cookies to take camping. All the ingredients are shelf-stable so no refrigeration required!
These chocolaty brownie-like cookies are not only delicious, but they make a beautiful presentation.
Growing up, my mom always made me a peanut butter and banana sandwich instead of PB&J. This is our grown-up version of a childhood classic...it's ooey, gooey, and an incredible dessert.
Give peanut butter cups their day on the dessert tray by mixing them with whole milk ricotta, whipped cream cheese, and confectioner's sugar for this delicious dip.
Vanilla fried ice cream is good; this recipe is just heavenly! Try it and you'll see what I mean!
Two of the world's most perfect foods come together to make a fun and delicious dessert! The kids will love it!
This rich recipe is for all my fellow dessert lovers. I can’t decide which part I like best…the sweet velvety truffle filling, the salty peanut butter layer, or the cookie crust!
This recipe calls for just three ingredients (okay, four if you count the cooking spray). Yet, this dessert has rich, satisfying depth and showcases the combination of chocolate and strawberries.
Fresh strawberries and whipped topping are stuffed between layers of chocolate cake in this flavorful, beautiful dessert.
I don't remember my Grandma Bauer as much of a cook…but, I do remember her as an excellent candy maker! She had a BIG sweet tooth (I come by it, honestly!) and she had some great recipes. This one is great for that can't-resist chocolate craving.
David’s Note: Every part of this recipe oozes decadence! Chocolate, truffles & s’mores are delicious on their own, but they’re even better (and sweeter!) together.
Celebrate award season or special occasions with dressed-up & absolutely delicious strawberries.
You don't have to be a chocolatier to make truffles. You can even do the decorating yourself...all you need is a paintbrush!
David’s Note: The combination of dark chocolate, cherry & wine makes this a decadent dessert you can't wait to dig in to.
Serve up something equal parts sweet and savory with this decadent dessert.
Have you ever dipped a French fry into your milk shake? These two diner classic are the inspiration for these absolutely addictive Chocolate-Dusted Fries.
Our thanks to Tina Verrelli, who represents KitchenAid on QVC, for this amazing cheesecake recipe! Who can resist a dessert topped with chocolate ganache?
Look no further for an easy chocolate mousse recipe—my Chocolate-Raspberry Mousse Cups feel special and elegant. No culinary degree required!
There's nothing that brings back childhood quite like an ice cream sandwich…or fudgy popsicles. In this recipe, we put both together, added even more chocolate, and instantly became kids again!
Merry Christmas from France! This beautiful Yule Log will make your dessert table seem so much more festive than a typical chocolate cake.
Made using crescent dough sheets, this babka is an easy, yet impressive, dessert. Serve it with coffee and tea at your next gathering!
This easy recipe is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dessert. If you like, sprinkle some chopped walnuts or pecans on top of the maple syrup before adding the biscuits.
A different dessert! Sweet and savory ingredients will tantalize your taste buds.
Thanks to this easy recipe, you can make your favorite carnival treat any time you like!