Just as cranberries taste good when it's not Thanksgiving and Fourth of July lemonade can soothe the palate year-round, flourless desserts can perform not only at Passover, but also long after the seder. They're a category of sweets unto themselves, distinctly different, but able to hold their own against their starchier cousins.
Elaborate layer cakes, triple-chocolate cheesecakes, devil’s food cupcakes, moist Bundt cakes, easy no-bake cakes, and so much more: browse our collection to find the perfect chocolate cake for any occasion.
Of all the sweet treats we enjoy during the holiday season, fudge is perhaps the most iconic. Soft, chocolaty, and oh-so-sweet, fudge can be made the old-fashioned way, with careful temperature monitoring and lots of beating by hand to achieve the perfect texture. Or, take advantage of our easy fudge recipes that rely on marshmallows to create smooth, foolproof results. Whichever recipe you choose, be sure to make enough for sharing!
Take a sneak peek at our newest cookbook, "Martha Stewart's New Pies & Tarts: 150 Recipes for Old-Fashioned and Modern Favorites." We've handpicked 10 delicious and diverse recipes from the book, including Strawberry Icebox Pie, Leek and Olive Tart, and Frozen Chocolate-Peanut Butter Pie.