This oddly named dessert promises juicy berries topped with biscuity dumplings-and there's no need to turn on the oven. But it can easily become a soggy, bland mess.
This simple recipe mixes lemon slices, sugar, and eggs to form a custardy filling. But unless you macerate the lemon slices for 24 hours, the pie turns out bitter. Could we speed up this recipe for modern times?
This easy-to-make pudding looks impressive and is lighter than most steamed puddings.
Peach Puzzle relies on an inventive technique to elevate the simple combination of flaky biscuit dough, sweet peaches, and brown sugar syrup.
This coffee cake with the odd name-so called because the girl who created it for the Pillsbury Grand National Baking Contest said that teenage boys found it irresistible-is a moist cake with blueberries and a light streusel topping.