Keep our favorite crowd-pleasing treats on hand—they'll disappear fast!
These ultrachocolate cookies are, hands down, some of the best ever to come through our Test Kitchens.
Tequila, lime, and coconut are a tropical trio in this summery dessert. Garnish with powdered sugar and lime rind curls for
an impressive finish.
It's hard to beat the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. Mix in some peanuts and oatmeal and you'll have a more nutritious
You'll love how these scrumptious double-chocolate cookies are similar in taste and texture to thick and fudgy brownies.
Peanut butter sandwich cookies become the crumb crust for these hunky bars loaded with chunks of your favorite candy bars.
Transform simple brownies into Mississippi Mud Brownies by adding toasted pecans and miniature marshmallows.
Dark brown sugar adds surprising richness to this cookie dough. Bake each batch 8 minutes for soft and gooey cookies, or up
to 14 minutes for crisp results.
Ginger and lemon give these bars a little unexpected zip. Try this easy recipe for a weekday dessert or a summer party.
Fabulously rich Chocolate Chunk-Mocha Cookies are simple enough for the most novice of bakers. After the cookies cool completely,
spread with Mocha Frosting.
Decadence abounds in each bite of these chunky, candy-studded brownies full of good things you might already have in the pantry.
This easy recipe puts peach melba into a bar form with a winning combination of shortbread and raspberry and peach preserves.
Garnish with sliced almonds and powdered sugar.
Reminiscent of the white-dusted mountain peaks, these cookies, with white chocolate and a sprinkling of powdered sugar, are
as sweet as snowfall on a school day in the South. Toasted walnuts and nutmeg give them a nice crunch and spicy flavor.
These showy brownies are nice and tall, with pockets of soft caramel. They are wicked enough on their own, but for an over-the-top
dessert, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce.
Use salted butter and bring the filling to a rolling boil before pouring it over the crust.
Rolling these basic sugar cookies in a cinnamon-sugar mixture adds just enough spice and a bit of color.
These indulgent bars are filled with toasted chopped pecans and semisweet chocolate morsels, and topped with a warm Caramel
Frosting. What more can you ask out of a brownie?
Caramels, chocolate morsels, and pecans combine for a fast-disappearing treat.
Just a touch of peppermint extract adds the frosty flavor to the icing in this melt-in-your-mouth favorite.
Cheesecake brownies get a splash of rum flavor and extra richness from eggnog. Cut them into large bars for a special-occasion
A dash of mint extract gives these buttery shortbread cookies an extra zing. Choose peppermint or spearmint extract to give
them the flavor twist you prefer; then serve them with hot mint tea or a tall glass of sweet tea and a slice of fresh lemon.
These nutritious cookies are great with a cup of cold low-fat milk for a super-quick breakfast or healthier dessert. Store
them in zip-top plastic freezer bags in the freezer for up to one month.
Don’t think chocolate when you try these brownies; instead, think pecans and a sweet cream cheese topping. Yellow cake mix
makes the recipe extra convenient for busy cooks to whip up in minutes.
These delicious little treats received our Test Kitchen's highest rating.
In Louisiana it’s “prah·leen.” In Georgia it’s “pray·leen.” But no matter how you pronounce it, these cookies are reminiscent
of the beloved pecan candy tradition from New Orleans, on the Mississippi River, where sugarcane and nuts were cultivated
Next time you make simple brownies, try topping with caramel and toasted pecans. This recipe is easier than you might think.
Shortbread, strawberry preserves, and cheesecake make up the three layers in this delicious bar recipe. You can easily refrigerate
the leftovers, but don't expect to have any!
These gooey cookies are made with Snickers and peanut butter for that decadent chocolate-peanut buttery flavor.
Found in the southernmost tip of Florida, Key limes are small, yellow, and have a tarter flavor than other lime varieties.
Macadamias contribute to the perfect crust for this creamy filling.
Create marbled brownies by swirling in a cream cheese mixture to your simple brownie batter. Not only do they look impressive,
but they're extra delicious, too.
The strong, sweet flavor of molasses balances well with a team of spices in these soft, chewy cookies crusted with sugar.
Chocolate chunks make these brownies fudgy; use the 23-minute baking time to make them extra gooey.
Keep the ingredients for these quick favorites on hand for an anytime treat.
Take these festive bars to your next gathering―you can make them ahead of time and transport them easily.
Everyone loves the chocolate, coconut, and pecan layers of Hello Dolly Bars. But throw in a layer of chopped Granny Smiths
and people will rave!
Our twist on MoonPies has tender graham cookies dipped in chocolate and a few special toppings. And yes, it still pairs well
with an RC Cola.
How do you sneak gooey melted goodness into every oat-filled bite without the extra fat? Replace half the butter with an extra
bar of chocolate.