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Texas Sheet Cake Recipe

Brownie Pizza

Calling all coconut and chocolate fans (you know who you are)! This recipe for German chocolate cake turns up the dial on the chocolate and then gets slathered in a luscious homemade frosting that’s loaded with pecans and shredded coconut. This may be the best layer cake of them all.

German Chocolate Cake

If you’re looking for the fluffy, perfect vanilla-scented cake your grandma (and mine) used to make, this recipe for Hot Milk Cake is definitely the one. Made with scalded milk, this lovely, old-fashioned cake is soft, sweet, and absolutely foolproof.

Hot Milk Cake

You can thank the French for coming up with cherry clafoutis: the easiest, most delicious dessert you'll ever make. Even if you've never been a great baker, this foolproof recipe is so forgiving and simple to whip up that you just may surprise yourself.

Cherry Clafoutis

A good lemon meringue pie is the stuff dreams are made of. Just one look at this swoon-worthy dessert, with its tall, glossy peaks and tart lemon custard and you’ll want— no, need— an extra large slice. Maybe you should make two...

Lemon Meringue Pie

Light and heavenly, meringue is little more than egg whites and sugar, whipped into clouds of pure delight and gently baked. Billows of it can be used to top a pie, but it’s equally wonderful on its own, too, piped into cookies, kisses, cakes, and nests for fresh fruit. 

How to Make Meringue

Blueberry Cobbler: not quite a pie, not exactly a cake, but a piece of Americana worth celebrating (all by itself or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!). This made-from-scratch cobbler is just as easy as the ones made with cake mix and it tastes better, too. It brings pie lovers and cake lovers together with its perfect combination of sweet baked dough and summer fruit.

Blueberry Cobbler

If you’re looking for the irresistible cream puffs that have been served at the Wisconsin State Fair since 1924, you’ve come to the right place. These light-as-air pastries are filled with a lightly sweetened whipped cream and topped with a dusting of powdered sugar. Everyone has their own special way of eating them, but absolutely no one can resist the power of a cream puff.

Cream Puffs

Frog Eye Salad is a a sweet, pudding-based fruit salad that can be made with convenient ingredients or homemade whipping cream, we call it a salad just as an excuse to have two desserts! Sweet, chewy, and decadent, who knew Frogs' Eyes could taste so good!

Frog Eye Salad

This easy Deviled Eggs recipe is my family's most trusted and the only one you'll ever need. They are creamy, delicious, and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!

Easy Deviled Eggs

An easy recipe for Chicken Fried Steak. Battered in buttermilk, fried until crispy brown and smothered in a delicious, creamy homemade gravy.

Chicken Fried Steak

Egg Muffins make a healthy, freezer-friendly breakfast or snack option! Make a batch to keep on hand and customize with your favorite fillings.

Egg Muffins

For mushroom lovers, these Mini Mushroom Quiche are your new favorite brunch item! Make ahead/freezer friendly and so easy thanks to store-bought pie crust.

Mini Mushroom Quiche

An easy Pizzelle recipe for the classic Italian cookie. Lightly sweetened and flavored with vanilla or anise, they are perfect for holiday gift-giving!

Pizzelle Recipe

These Mini Spinach Quiche are so easy thanks to store-bought pie crust. Make them in advance and keep them in the freezer. Great for parties and brunch!

Mini Spinach Quiche

Meet Wisconsin's official state pastry! This Danish Kringle Recipe tastes EXACTLY like the real thing, but it has been adapted so you can make it at home.

Danish Kringle Recipe

My grandma's Homemade Crescent Rolls are legendary. Pillowy soft with a sweet, buttery taste, you'll be spoiled from store-bought crescent rolls forever.

Homemade Crescent Rolls

The best Apple Pie is made from simple, delicious ingredients and is ready in just one hour. Buy a pie crust or use my easy homemade pie crust recipe!

The Best Apple Pie

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