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.

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Frozen Mud Pie

Frozen Mud Pie

Frozen Mud Pie

Here's one of those "looks like you fussed" desserts that is so easy it's become a standard for me. I love the mocha version, but pure chocolate lovers may prefer using chocolate chip ice cream. The cookie crust is a snap to make. —Debbie Terenzini-Wilkerson, Lusby, Maryland

Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

Hot Fudge Sundae Cake

My husband is a real chocolate lover, so I'm always on the lookout for great dessert recipes like this one, which I found years ago. Who can resist the combination of chocolate cake, ice cream and hot fudge sauce? It gets rave reviews whenever I serve it. —Hildy Adams Alma, Michigan

Chocolate Sauce

Chocolate Sauce

Chocolate Sauce

"I make different toppings so we can enjoy our favorite snack-ice cream sundaes," explains field editor Nancy McDonald of Burns, Wyoming. "This smooth chocolate sauce is always a big hit."

Fruit 'n' Nut Cherry Pie

Fruit 'n' Nut Cherry Pie

Fruit 'n' Nut Cherry Pie

It's a pleasure to serve this festive ruby-colored pie, which tastes as good as it looks! The filling is an irresistible combination of fruits and nuts. Topped with a bit of whipped cream, a lovely slice of this pie is a cool refreshing end to an enjoyable meal. -Ruth Andrewson, Leavenworth, Washington

Jeweled Cookies

Jeweled Cookies

Jeweled Cookies

Candied fruits give a stained-glass look to Raymond, Alberta field editor Ruth Ann Stelfox's specialties. "They're like shortbread, but dressed up," she says.

Chocolate Pizza

Chocolate Pizza

Chocolate Pizza

"People who love chocolate will enjoy this delightfully sweet confection," says Janet Smith of Sunnyvale, California.

Memorable Biscotti

Memorable Biscotti

Memorable Biscotti

The enticing aroma of anise filled the kitchen and wafted through the house as Mom baked these crisp cookies when I was a girl. Mom always kept a big glass jar filled so we had a supply of these traditional cookies on hand. —Cookie Curci, San Jose, California

Pumpkin Apple Pie

Pumpkin Apple Pie

Pumpkin Apple Pie

The first time I made this for my family, they gobbled up this wonderful change-of-pace holiday dessert. It has a scrumptious layer of apples under the pumpkin.—Elizabeth Montogomery, Taylorville, Illinois

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peach Upside-Down Cake

Peaches and coconut give this variation from Terri Holmgren of Swanville, Minnesota a refreshing flavor that's especially nice for spring and summer.

Apricot Coconut Cookies

Apricot Coconut Cookies

Apricot Coconut Cookies

"These fancy, chewy cookies are made without eggs," notes Sara Kennedy of Manassas, Virginia. "Our son's allergy got me searching for treats he can enjoy...and we love them, too."

Play Ball Cake

Play Ball Cake

Play Ball Cake

You won't need any fancy pans for this sporting dessert. The kids always want the pieces that have the red licorice "lacing!" I have found that fresh, pliable licorice works the best for forming the laces on the curved ball cake. —Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
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