Rich, chewy dates, heart-healthy almonds, and cashews are blended and infused with a hint of vanilla and earthy cacao powder in these nutritious no-bake balls. As an added bonus, they take a spin in sweet shredded coconut for a tropical kick. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of tasty two-bite treats.
They may look like ice cream in cones, but don’t be fooled. Take a closer look. These tiny treats are actually homemade cupcakes topped with swirls of frosting, a great idea for a birthday party when you want to serve something fun that’s a little different from a classic cake. Learn how to make the recipe now.
If you want to bake something that will definitely impress at your next cookie exchange or party, our homemade pretty flower cookies look fresh as a daisy. Learn how to make these beautiful botanicals with royal icing and sprinkles with a simple piping technique. Read more now for the full floral tutorial.
Let your spoon take a deep dive into this divine fruit salad parfait. It’s a bright blend of vanilla-spiked fruit, fresh herbs, thick Greek yogurt, and crunchy granola with dark chocolate shavings, toasted coconut, and nuts. Read on to add this easy recipe to your collection of cool and creamy sweet treats.
Is there anything more impressive than a homemade chocolate soufflé? If you want to tackle this masterpiece so you’re able to serve it tall and proud when it’s fresh out of the oven, save our recipe. Learn how to make this beautiful dessert with Foodal’s expert guidance. Read more now for the best advice.
Celebrating Valentine’s Day at home? If you’re looking for something fun and playful to serve for dessert, you’ll fall in love with our recipe for chocolate-dipped creamy strawberry milkshakes. We combine ice cream with fresh strawberries, and serve it in a glass dipped in chocolate. Read more now to get the recipe.
Do you want to steer clear of the refined sugar, milk, soy, and stabilizers that are often found in store-bought chocolate chips? Learn how to make them from scratch right in your own kitchen. It’s much easier than you might think, with just four popular pantry ingredients. Read more now for the recipe.
In this sweet and salty treat, dried cherries are nestled into a pool of melted chocolate and topped with flaky sea salt. The homemade bark gets a boost from woody cinnamon and fruity paprika, and a kick from cayenne and crushed red pepper flakes. Read on to add this recipe to your collection of sweet-tooth favorites.
Can you make a tasty chocolate chip cookie that’s vegan and gluten free? It may seem impossible, but our delicious chickpea chocolate chip cookies will destroy any doubt. Garbanzo bean flour is a great gluten-free base, and these cookies are easy to make, with a slightly firm crust and chewy centers. Read more now.
With a dense vanilla-flavored base that resembles a muffin or cornbread, these unique cupcakes are finished with a homemade salted caramel frosting. Perfect when you’re craving a heartier dessert! If you want something different than your typical soft and light cupcake, read more now for the recipe.
Are you trying to find easy ways to incorporate healthier ingredients in your baked goods? Our whole grain chocolate cake is a great place to start. The recipe uses whole wheat pastry flour, cacao powder, and vegetable oil as healthier alternatives to typical ingredients in baking. Read more now for the recipe.
Making a delightfully sweet and light frozen dessert is easy with our recipe for pomegranate orange ice cream. You don’t have to worry about making a custard, or churning the base. Instead, you simply freeze soft and fluffy whipped cream mixed with sugar, pomegranate juice, and freshly grated orange zest. Read more.