These "irish potatoes" are not what they would seem. This great recipe from Philadelphia's Moonstruck restaurant showcases the bite-size coconut cream balls rolled in cinnamon, sugar, and cocoa.
These baked apples may be served as dessert or to accompany mustard-glazed ham and other julbord meats.
These melt-in-your-mouth cookies are dredged twice in powdery sugar to insure the sweetest of treat.
Use this nutty, lightly spiced dough for your favorite Christmas cookies.
Use this rich, buttery dough to make classic Christmas cookies.
The chocolate-covered mints used in these delightful brownies form a soft, chewy middle.
This unusual recipe comes from Italy’s Slavic-flavored Friuli region. Although usually a first course, it can be served as dessert.
This recipe for the famous Italian Christmas sweet follows the more traditional dense and crumbly version.
Planning ahead is required for this fruitcake, which we've borrowed from Maida Heatter's New Book of Great Desserts (Knopf, 1982).
This version of fruitcake—inspired by Italy's pandolce d'oro (literally sweet cake of gold)—is lighter in texture and color, and best eaten sooner rather than later.
So good that one might get greedy when asked to share.
Our best recipe for simple pumpkin pie made with a fresh pumpkin filling.
This fruitcake is so delicious that you will want to savor it as long as possible.
So-called sugar or cheese pumpkins work better for this cake than the “jack-o’-lantern” kind.
The addition of fresh raspberries makes for a sweet surprise in this otherwise standard lemon meringue pie.
We received this recipe from Larry Lagattuta, owner of the Enrico Biscotti Company.
This refreshingly sweet dessert is a variation of a typical Mexican treat.
The celebrated pâtissier Coquelin bought La Pâtisserie Bourdaloue in 1909, and created, among other things, this famous pear tart.
Ginger is one of those spices that adds a rich, warm flavor to any dish. Here it transforms pears into a light, refreshing dessert.
According to tradition, this gingerbread cake was made in the 1780s by George Washington's mother for General Lafayette.