A little bit of sugar never did anyone harm—and these Southern dessert favorites always seem to hit the spot.
Showcase two of the South’s most beloved products—peaches and pecans—in this old-fashioned peach cobbler recipe.
For a richer flavor, try using dark corn syrup. Both variations received high marks in our Test Kitchens.
You can’t get more basic than chess pie. Remarkable for its simplicity and timeless appeal, chess pie is the ultimate Southern
Your family will ask for this chilly treat over and over again. Best of all, the six-ingredient mixture requires no cooking,
If chocolate chip cookies are your favorite, whip up a batch of these all-time favorite cookies. They're the best of the best.
This pie is wonderful with fresh or bottled Key lime juice.
This moist chocolate red velvet cake is filled with layer upon layer of sweet cream cheese frosting.
Just seven ingredients—and all of them common pantry staples—are all you need for this classic pound cake. Top with ice cream
or seasonal fruits for a tasty combination.
With juicy strawberries spooned over sweet and tender biscuits, old-fashioned strawberry shortcakes are the perfect dessert.
If the berries are very sweet, decrease the sugar to suit your taste. Drop the dough easily by using a lightly greased 1/3-cup
Fluffy marshmallows, chopped pecans and chocolate frosting—who knew mud could be so delicious?
Starting with a boxed cake mix makes this cake both easy and delicious. Kids and adults alike will love the creamy peanut
butter mousse between layers of chocolate cake. Garnish with chopped roasted peanuts and serve with a scoop of ice cream.