- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes
- Extra Sticky Maple Pecan Sticky Buns
- Nutella S’mores Bars
- Tres Leches Cake Doughnuts
- Brown Sugar Cheesecake with Oatmeal Cookie Crust & Butterscotch
- Speculoos Cookie Butter Bars
- Easy Chocolate Cheesecake Bars
- Glazed Apple Cider Doughnuts
- Banoffee Pie
- Carrot Cake
- Vegan Chocolate Cake
- Blueberry Orange Brunch Cake with Agave and Pistachios
- Pecan Pie Brownies
- Fruity Pebbles Meringues
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake
- Chocolate Chip Popcorn Cookies
- Hot Chocolate Souffle
- Banana Split Cake
- Dulce de Leche Cronuts
- Coconut Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting
- Strawberry Ricotta Cake
- Tahini Scotcheroos
- Fried Scones
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes
This recipe is an absolute must for cookie dough lovers everywhere. Rather than traditional frosting, these cupcakes are topped with a faux cookie dough icing and cookie cereal. Not to worry, it doesn’t contain raw eggs or flour, so it’s perfectly safe to eat!
Extra Sticky Maple Pecan Sticky Buns
It just doesn’t get any more indulgent than these sticky buns. The fluffy pastry is baked with a spiced maple syrup and pecan caramel that you won’t be able to stop yourself from eating. Combined with the cinnamon sugar swirl, these buns are perfect for Sundays. Find the recipe here.
Nutella S’mores Bars
Relive the summer with these bars. Inspired by the campfire favorite, this recipe starts with a brownie base and adds nutella, marshmallow fluff, and graham crackers into the mix. The result is a craveworthy dessert you’ll be thinking about all week.
Tres Leches Cake Doughnuts
Why go out for doughnuts when you can enjoy this easy recipe in the comfort of your own home? These fluffy doughnuts are packed with incredible flavor, thanks to the nutmeg in the batter, but the real star is the tres leches glaze that not only gets into every nook and cranny, but also seeps into the doughnut itself.
Brown Sugar Cheesecake with Oatmeal Cookie Crust & Butterscotch
This cozy cheesecake is perfect for the changing season. The brown sugar gives this dessert a beautiful caramel-y flavor, especially when covered in the butterscotch sauce. And the oatmeal cookie crust is the proverbial icing on the cake. Get the recipe here.
Speculoos Cookie Butter Bars
Speculoos, a spiced cookie that’s somewhere between a graham cracker and a gingerbread cookie, gets turned into an irresistible treat in this recipe. Starting with a buttery speculoos crust, these bars feature layers of cookie butter and cream cheese frosting.
Easy Chocolate Cheesecake Bars
Rich and chocolaty, these cheesecake bars are the perfect indulgence for lazy Sunday afternoons. The buttery Oreo crust is topped with creamy chocolate cheesecake, and finished off with a layer of ganache. Try the recipe here.
Glazed Apple Cider Doughnuts
Do-nut worry, these impressive doughnuts are incredibly easy to make—and even easier to eat! Filled with cozy spices and apple cider, these cake doughnuts are baked, then glazed with a sweet and creamy icing. Check out the recipe here.
Banoffee is a combination of banana and toffee flavors that’s popular in British baking, but here on the other side of the pond, we’re not complaining! This luscious pie starts with a graham cracker crust and is filled with dulce de leche and bananas. An airy whipped cream topping sends this recipe out of this world.
There’s just something so appealing about carrot cake. The soft layers of cake enjoyed with sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting make it an instant crowd-pleaser. This recipe is spiced just right so that the carrots really shine through.
Vegan Chocolate Cake
Whether you adhere to a plant-based diet or are just exploring new baking techniques, you need to give this recipe a try. The intense chocolate cake is topped off with a creamy vegan icing that’s made with a secret ingredient: sweet potato!
Blueberry Orange Brunch Cake with Agave and Pistachios
You don’t need to plan a brunch to enjoy this cake, but you might want to invite some friends over to help you eat it! The moist citrus cake is topped with whipped cream frosting that’s sweetened with agave syrup. The pistachios add a lovely bit of crunch, and the blueberries are incredibly refreshing. Try the recipe here.
Pecan Pie Brownies
Fudgy brownies and crunchy pecans—what’s not to like? In this recipe, the nuts add texture and cut some of the richness of the chocolate, but the caramel adds another dimension to the flavor.
Fruity Pebbles Meringues
These meringues are reminiscent of the cereal milk left in your bowl as you watch Saturday morning cartoons. This recipe calls for just four ingredients to make the melt-in-your-mouth treat that’s filled with crunchy cereal.
French choux pastry is the base for many delectable goodies, like eclairs and cream puffs. This recipe leaves them unfilled, preferring instead to revel in their perfect simplicity. The result is a satisfying morsel that you can top with pearl sugar or chocolate chips.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake
Peanut butter and chocolate is just one of those undeniably perfect combinations. The rich chocolate cake is layered with silky peanut butter buttercream, then finished with dark chocolate ganache, creating a cake practically made for Sunday afternoon. Find the recipe here.
Chocolate Chip Popcorn Cookies
Switch things up by making these surprisingly easy chocolate chip cookies. This recipe uses an oatmeal cookie base, which complements the maple syrup caramel popcorn perfectly. You’re definitely going to want to make these again and again. Try the recipe here.
Hot Chocolate Souffle
Just like your favorite steakhouse dessert, this hot chocolate souffle (a.k.a lava cake) is a great way to end the day. With crisp sides and a warm, melted interior, the only thing more this cake needs is a scoop of ice cream. Check out the recipe here.
Banana Split Cake
This no-bake dessert is truly a fun way to spend your Sunday. Featuring the classic elements of a banana split, this cake is piled high with creamy filling, banana slices, crushed pineapple and chocolate fudge. Get the recipe here.
Dulce de Leche Cronuts
Don’t wait in line for a cronut—make them at home with just five ingredients! Flaky, buttery and sweet these cronuts are exactly what your Sunday Funday has been missing. Drizzle them with the dulce de leche sauce to really put them over the edge. Here’s the recipe.
Coconut Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting
For a pound cake that tastes just as luxurious as a layered one, check out this recipe. The moist coconut cake is perfectly balanced by the tangy cream cheese frosting, giving it a nice complexity of flavor.
Strawberry Ricotta Cake
If you need to take it easy before starting the week ahead, but are still looking for a sweet tooth fix, then this cake is right up your alley. The ricotta cheese makes this dessert wonderfully fluffy and moist, while the strawberries give it a boost of natural sweetness. Try the recipe here.
Scotcheroos are typically made with peanut butter, but this fun recipe swaps that out for allergy-friendly tahini. These butterscotch bars are every bit as irresistible as the original, with its layers of rice krispies, and butterscotch-chocolate. Since this recipe uses coconut oil, it’s also vegan!
Sure, brunch simply wouldn’t be the same without your favorite scones, but have you tried fried scones? This dessert (or breakfast, who are we to judge) is similar to a yeasted doughnut, but the magic happens when you cover this bad boy in honey butter. Your life will never be the same again. Get the recipe here.
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