Prebaking, or blind baking, means to bake a crust before filling it. The technique is often used with single-crust pies. It is useful when the filling doesn't need to bake as long as the crust or would make an unbaked crust soggy. Some recipes have you partially bake the crust, while others call for it to be completely baked.
Pumpkin desserts are synonymous with the fall season, most especially at Thanksgiving time. And pumpkin pie is just the beginning! In our collection of easy pumpkin desserts, you'll also find crowd-pleasing recipes for pumpkin cheesecake, cookies, bread pudding, and even a knockout pumpkin-almond tiramisu.
The classic nutty-sweet combo of peanut butter and jelly has escaped the confines of the sandwich and landed in a tart. With the help of a skewer, it becomes artfully (yet easily) swirled. It's versatile, too: Swap in almost any type of jelly -- we like raspberry and strawberry as much as the typical grape. Whatever you choose, it's a nostalgic treat for all ages.