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Taste of Home Magazine Dessert Recipes

Browse desserts from our Taste of Home Magazine including cakes, cookies, ice cream recipes, and more dessert recipes from our magazine.

Baked Cranberry Pudding

Baked Cranberry Pudding

Baked Cranberry Pudding

This is an old-fashioned pudding that's a cranberry lover's delight. Serve warm topped with whipped cream for an elegant look, or in bowls with rich cream poured over for a homey touch. —Lucy Meyring, Walden, Colorado

Banana Pudding Dessert

Banana Pudding Dessert

Banana Pudding Dessert

This creamy dessert with mild banana taste is 'comfort food' that tastes like you fussed.—Hazel Merrill, Greenville, South Carolina

Banana Split Cream Puffs

Banana Split Cream Puffs

Banana Split Cream Puffs

"These fruity cream puff 'sandwiches' are a treat that our family has always found scrumptious," notes field editor Sandra McKenzie of Braham, Minnesota. "For a nice variation, use whipped cream instead of the ice cream."
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Berries in Custard Sauce

Berries in Custard Sauce

Berries in Custard Sauce

This is a refreshing treat highlighting the fresh berries of summer. The custard is not overly sweet to over-shadow the berries.—Leona Luecking, West Burlington, Iowa

Big Batch Cookies

Big Batch Cookies

Big Batch Cookies

It's nice to offer a little homemade taste when feeding a hungry horde. These cookies also freeze well, so you can make them when time allows.—Diana Dube, Rockland, Maine

Blackberry Cake

Blackberry Cake

Blackberry Cake

Wild blackberries are plentiful here, so I started making this cake to put that pretty crop to good use. Everyone loves it.—Doris Martin, Bostic, North Carolina

Blueberry Custard Parfait

Blueberry Custard Parfait

Blueberry Custard Parfait

A retired nurse whose hobby is cooking, Mildred Stubbs, Hamlet, North Carolina shares this refreshing dessert.

Blueberry Grunt

Blueberry Grunt

Blueberry Grunt

The name may make you smile—and the flavor of this stovetop treat is guaranteed to have the same effect. Make this traditional dessert in a skillet with a tight-fitting lid, and you’ll hear it “grunt” as it cooks! —Iola Egle, Bella Vista, Arkansas

Breakfast Bread Pudding

Breakfast Bread Pudding

Breakfast Bread Pudding

Alma Andrews of Live Oak, Florida notes, "I assemble this dish the day before our grandchildren visit, giving me more time for fun with them!"

Brown Sugar Icebox Cookies

Brown Sugar Icebox Cookies

Brown Sugar Icebox Cookies

My daughters and I have been "fair-ly" successful competitors at county fairs and bake-offs for more than 20 years. This is one of the those winning recipes.—Eilene Bogar, Minier, Illinois

Buttery Black Walnut Brittle Candy

Buttery Black Walnut Brittle Candy

Buttery Black Walnut Brittle Candy

Here in the Ozarks, black walnuts are very plentiful and are often called "Black Gold." We usually start harvesting the nuts from the trees on our property in the beginning of October so I can use them to make this Christmas candy.—Anne Medlin, Bolivar, Missouri
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