Lemon Lush is one of those desserts that totally satisfies your tastebuds on a hot Summer day! It’s lemony, luscious, and light with a buttery pecan shortbread crust that totally compliments the tangy filling. This will become one of your favorite Summer desserts! The other day I was in the mood for a light and… more
This is the most delicious no-cook banana pudding you will ever eat. Whipped cream, sweetened condensed milk, and instant pudding makes this pudding perfect in every way from creamy to light and full of flavor. You just might not go back to Grandma’s old-fashioned cooked recipe!! When I was a kid, my mom used to… more
This decadent and creamy New York Cheesecake is silky smooth and pairs beautifully with fresh strawberry compote or any other topping! I can’t imagine anyone not liking a decadent piece of creamy, satiny smooth cheesecake topped with some homemade strawberry compote. Can you? I suppose there are those who don’t like cheesecake, but I’m betting… more
These big pillowy Vanilla Marshmallows will absolutely melt in your mouth. Eat them as a snack or drop one into your favorite cup of hot cocoa. They are easy to make & simply delicious! Nothing beats a homemade marshmallow when you’re wanting to add a touch of pillowy sweetness to your favorite cup of hot… more
These light and refreshing Mini Lemon Meringue Bites are crispy on the outside and soft and creamy on the inside. The perfect size to satisfy your sweet tooth. They’re also great topped with fruit. more
This super easy Chocolate Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce is one of those special desserts for a special occasion. The bits of bittersweet chocolate melt into the vanilla bread pudding, but the buttery bourbon sauce really sends it over the top. A great derby party dessert too! more
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