This Mini Chocolate Sheet Cake is inspired by your favorite devil’s food cake. The crumb is light, rich and super flavorful. The frosting is fudge-y and delicious, incorporating melted chocolate and heavy cream. This is the perfect alternative to a large classic sheet cake. Top it with your favorite homemade sprinkles!
This Easter is going to look differently—there’s no doubt about that—but it doesn’t mean we can’t try our best to make it nice. Here are 15 recipes to make for Easter. I have a few new recipes coming later this week! In the meantime, here are a few from the archives that will hopefully make your day a bit more delicious:
This Classic Flan recipe is a silky smooth, classic version of this traditional Latin American dessert. This caramel-topped custard is gently cooked in the oven until it’s firm to the touch. In this recipe we’re using evaporated milk (leche), sweetened condensed milk and the perfect ratio of eggs. This is a super easy flan recipe. Plus, it’s silky smooth with the best texture.
This Tres Leches Cake is absolute perfection. It’s airy, light, decadent and delicious. This Latin American dessert consists a sponge cake topped with a three milk mixture. After the milk is absorbed it’s topped with fluffy whipped cream and a sprinkling of cinnamon!
If you’ve been here for a bit, you know that I love a crinkle cookie. These Berry Crinkle Cookies were a smash success last Valentine’s Day and I decided that for the holidays we needed a new crinkle cookie, so here we are: Gingerbread Crinkle Cookies.
These are heavy on the spices and molasses. They’re a bit chewy but mostly soft and delicious. They taste like heaven on a plate. A true holiday cookie.