Like magic, pudding cakes separate into two layers during baking: airy and soufflé-like on top, dense and custardy below. We wanted a foolproof recipe for a creamy pudding, tender cake, and bright lemon flavor.
Once an award-winning recipe, this no-bake pie has an incredible light and fluffy texture-but we wanted to amplify the chocolate flavor.
This little-known Dixie dessert-a rich, caramel-y custard pie dressed up with dried fruit and nuts-deserves a national introduction.
Most versions of this old-fashioned cookie bake up rock-hard and overly spiced. Our recipe revives this New England specialty to what it should be: soft and chewy, with a perfect balance of sugar and spice.
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.
These once-popular cinnamon-sugar cookies are now mostly forgotten-maybe because the dough is so hard to work with. We wanted to resurrect these thin, crisp, buttery cookies with an easier recipe.