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Bunny Cakes and Beyond: Our 7 Cutest Easter Desserts

Some may ask, “Why bother with a cute Easter dessert when chocolate bunnies and creme-filled eggs are so plentiful?” Listen, the truth is that they’re just…not…cute enough! Chocolate bunnies are sweet…but they’re so predictable. And so I bring you cupcakes that are too pretty to go unnoticed. Rainbow cakes that are equal parts daring and darling. Bunny cakes that command attention with their eye-catching adorableness. Easter is an opportunity for total cuteness overload. And with these seven recipes, that’s exactly what you’ll deliver!

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Top 5 Mini Christmas Desserts

It sounds clichéd, but I believe that good things come in small packages…especially during gift-giving season. Little boxes can hold big things like diamond rings, keys to a new car or plane tickets to Tahiti. If you don’t see those in your future, try these mini Christmas desserts—they’ll inspire just as many “oohs” and “ahhs” (OK, maybe *almost* as many). Tiny tiramisu, cheesecake, pineapple upside-down cake and more—the little holiday dessert gang’s all here.

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When Pies Compete, We All Win

This year’s biggest face-off won’t be televised.

Bringing distinctly different styles to the table, three opponents will battle for one coveted title. Households across America will forever be shaped by the outcome. In the end, a victor will be chosen and the runners-up—well, they’re still delicious. But once and for all, we will decide which pies are the big winners: pumpkin, apple or coconut cream.

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You’ve Never Done This With Coconut! Plus the Best Dessert to Make With It

Growing up, one way my mother expressed her love and appreciation for our family was through the effort she put into the delicious Thanksgiving desserts she tirelessly made from scratch every year. Bringing a homemade dessert to the holiday feast is my way of sharing that loving feeling, passed down from my mom, with my friends and family. Continue reading

The Only 3 Knives You’ll Ever Need & How to Use Them

For years I struggled to completely wrap each noodle around my fork, just like they do in the movies. The end result was never picture-perfect and inevitably, a splash of sauce would find its way into my eye or onto my clothes. It was at a small café in Florence that I was first served my pasta with a fork and spoon. With the help of a spoon, I could tightly and accurately wrap my linguine, spaghetti and angel hair pasta into a twirl so flawless it was almost a shame to eat it. Undeniably, when it comes to cooking and eating, the right utensils make for a much more enjoyable experience. Continue reading