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Desserts Recipe Videos

  • Apple Custard Pie

    This apple custard pie is an heirloom recipe found by the Brass Sisters.

  • Apple Tart

    A perfect apple tart should have a firm bottom to its crust but be flaky and flavorful as well.

  • Quick Apple Pie

    Homemade apple pie can be made much more quickly using a high quality refrigerated pie dough. The secret ingredient here is butter.

  • Saint Lucia Day Pudding

    Saint Lucia Day, a Sicilian holiday, is December 13 and a pudding is traditionally eaten. It is made with wheat berries, milk, sugar and cornstarch.

  • White Chocolate Bows

    If you decorate your own cakes these white chocolate bows will add an attractive dimension to your next gift cake.

  • Mom's Apple Pie

    Making a mile high apple pie like this requires putting as many Cortland apple slices into the pie as possible.

  • Nana's Bread Pudding

    This bread pudding recipe from Nova Scotia is actually made with day old donuts. The filling is a custard, meaning that it is made with eggs, sugar, m

  • Peanut Butter Pie

    This dessert is based on Reeses candy and has three layers; a graham cracker crust, a peanut butter filling and a chocolate topping.

  • Pumpkin Bread

    Pumpkin bread is a holiday tradition and treat for many. Serve this with the honey butter recipe.

  • Vanilla Whipped Cream

    Whipped cream can be flavored with vanilla or else try coffee, chocolate, orange zest or liqueur.

  • Making A Buttercream Rose

    Making a buttercream rose is one of the basic lessons in learning the basic art and craft of cake decorating.

  • Gluten Free Baking Tips

    With just a few tips from gluten free baker, Madeleine, you will have the know-how to prepare delicious masterpieces for your gluten free dinner.

  • Gluten Free Blueberry Gingerbread

    Madeleine's recipe for Gluten Free Blueberry Gingerbread Cake originated from the Settlement Cookbook, published in 1903, and features native wild Maine blueberries and gluten free flour.

  • Chocolate Cake In A Mug

    Warm chocolate cake in minutes, using only common baking ingredients, a mug, a spoon, and a microwave?

  • Beet Carrot Cake

    Adults and kids alike will enjoy this cake. Don't worry, telling everyone they are eating vegetables is optional.

  • Snowman Cupcakes

    Cake decorating takes many forms and varieties as shown in these clever snowmen made out of buttercream frosting.

  • Frosting a Cake

    The techniques shown here on how to frost a cake are very easy to follow but Kelly recommends that you have the right equipment on hand.

  • Cake Types

    With egg foam's fluffy and spongy texture, cream cake's savory splendor and yeast cake's perfect balance, choosing a favorite is never easy.

  • Gluten Free Lemon Cake

    This spring, tempt your family and friends with a slice of spring on a plate. Light and soft as pillows with a hint of tartness, Madeleine's recipe for Gluten Free Lemon Cake is sinfully delicious.

  • Lemon Buttercream Frosting

    This Lemon Buttercream Frosting is an elegant blend of sweetness with a hint of lemon. Add it to your next vanilla cake or glaze the tops of your next batch of homemade sugar cookies.

  • Gluten Free Chocolate Cake

    Set aside your guilt and enjoy Heather Atwoods recipe for Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake. This is indeed THE chocolate cake that one could call a healthfood!

  • Angel Food Cake

    Perfect for a romantic Valentine's dinner or to enjoy with the fresh fruits and berries of the summer, the Angel Food Cake unlocks a world of desserts and sweet treats for you to enjoy.

  • Midnight Crackle Cookie

    With its rich chocolate taste and slight crunch, these cookies are also perfect for the sweet tooth that often accompanies the end of a warm meal.

  • Chiffon Cake

    Chiffon cake tastes as elegant as it sounds. Set aside the boxed cakes this holiday season and really dress up the dessert table with an elegant Chiffon cake.

  • Genoise Cake

    Although a cake as elegant as this may seem difficult to bake, Mr. Cake takes the time to break down each step for this Genoise Cake.

  • Apple Cranberry Compote

    With the fall comes orange leaves, colder air and baked apple dishes. Chef Annie Schennum has an Apple Cranberry Compote that seemingly captures fall on a plate.

  • Turtle Candy

    Make your own candy with this helpful video tutorial for Turtle Candy. From melting chocolate and caramel to making cute edible creations, this how-to video teaches you many useful techniques.

  • Limoncello Biscotti

    Learn how to make your own homemade Limoncello Biscotti in this how to recipe video. The lemon flavor in tandem with the sweetness of the frosting and pastry allows for a perfect mix of sweet and sour that appeals to all.

  • Chocolate Turtle with Coconut

    In this recipe, host Rosanne LeBlanc makes an easy summer dessert out of the most basic ingredients: chocolate, caramel, nuts and coconut. Learn how to make your own candy with Chocolate Turtles with Coconut.

  • Chocolate Turtle with Kelp

    Kelp adds a salty depth of flavor to the already sweet and rich chocolate turtle candies. Follow along with this how-to video and make your own Chocolate Turtles with Kelp.

  • Almond and White Chocolate Biscotti

    Biscotti make for a classic Italian dessert or snack. Learn how to prepare the Almond and White Chocolate Biscotti, an easy treat calling for just four ingredients you may already have your pantry.

  • Chocolate Turtle with Dried Cranberries

    Easy to make with ingredients you are sure to find in your cupboard, these candy turtles are the perfect summer dessert. Learn how to make these Chocolate Turtles with Dried Cranberries in this how-to recipe video.

  • Rocky Road Biscotti

    Who can resist a marshmallow? It doesn't get any better than melted chocolate, walnuts and marshmallows in this Rocky Road biscotti rendition!

  • Turtle Candy Topping for Biscotti

    Turtle lovers will be charmed with Rosanne LeBlanc's combination of caramel, chocolate, brazil nuts, pecans, hazelnuts, almonds and cashews as she molds her biscotti into an irresistible sweet creation.

  • Chocolate Covered Pretzel and Marshmallow Bones

    Spooky edible bones are quick and easy to do. All you need are pretzel sticks, marshmallows, white chocolate and dark chocolate. The Mystery Chef strikes again, with the boneyard party, making chocolate covered pretzel and marshmallow bones. These white and dark chocolate treats are a great centerpiece to your party table.

  • Anise Biscotti

    Why buy biscotti when Rosanne LeBlanc shows us how easy it is to make homemade anise biscotti, the most traditional Italian type? With some basic ingredients and 10 minutes of baking time, you can create the biscottis to use with many of Rosanne’s recipes.

  • Apple with Cranberry Sauce and Goat Cheese Dessert

    Apple, along with goat cheese and cranberry are a great match that make a surprisingly delicious dessert. All you need for this dessert is something out of your grandmother’s pantry, an apple core peeler. The cone-like slices that the apple core peeler makes are the key, as they add delicacy to the taste.

  • Pear with Cranberry Sauce and Blue Cheese Dessert

    Once in a while, a dessert comes along that challenges our taste buds. Here it is with the combination of blue cheese and cranberry sauce. At first this sounded highly unusual, however the taste is unbelievably addictive.

  • Holiday Food Gift and Decorating Ideas

    Create holiday excitement in gift giving and decorating with these ideas that make you smile and revive your senses of the season.

  • Chocolate Reindeer Pops

    These chocolate caribou cuties, Rudolph and his pop pals, are made from our favorite combination of dessert favorites: chocolate, pretzels, M&Ms and nuts.

  • A Guinness Cake

    A St. Patrick's Day Cake hat celebrates the Guinness beer tradition of Ireland. Learn three cake decorating techniques.