Dreaming of a white Christmas? These luscious white cakes, cookies, and custards will make your days merry and bright.
Top these creamy, two-bite tarts with sweetened whipped cream and a snowy drift of flaked coconut.
Readers have told us over and over that they like the convenience of cake mixes, but when we doctored a mix for the revered cover cake, we received a barrage of phone calls and emails. How dare we take a shortcut? What was the world coming to when the Southern Living Christmas cake was made from a mix? Lesson learned.
Served in stemmed glasses, these silky smooth Italian custards make an elegant ending to any meal.
A decadent trio of dark chocolate cake layers is the delicious surprise inside this festive package. There's no need to worry
about picture-perfect swirls of frosting – just spread it on. Then decorate like a pro simply by pressing finely chopped white
chocolate and almonds into the top and sides of the cake. Tie on a ribbon, and you have a stunning dessert that tastes every
bit as good as it looks.
It’s anyone’s guess as to how Japanese fruitcake became such a huge holiday hit in the fifties, or why it was called that in the first place. We decide to cash in on its retro charm with a fresh, delicious version of the traditional by Test Kitchen pro Pam Lolley.
Test Kitchen Tip: When you make Snowflake Shortbread or other sugar cookie cutouts, omit the leavening or choose recipes without
it so the cookies keep their shape during baking.
What better way to show your appreciation of friends and family than by giving packages of these delicious holiday confections.
With its creamy white frosting and luscious citrus filling, Lemon-Coconut Cake is three layers of heaven.
These nutty cookies are much like traditional wedding cookies. Let your kids help roll the dough into logs and bend them into
This cake is hands down the tastiest of the many takes on tiramisù we ran across during judging of our White Cake Contest. Michelle Matile's runner-up recipe offers the delicious flavor of traditional tiramisù but the decorating opportunities
of a layer cake.