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It's time to take your sweet treats to the next level.
No tricks, only treats here! These Halloween brownie recipes are scary good.
A spooky spin on the classic black-and-white cookie, these treats will weave a tangled web of fun on the Halloween dessert table. A novice-friendly decorating technique makes these Halloween cookies easy to pull off, while a juicy 'black widow spider' made of raspberry gummies and black licorice sets a polished trap.
We're especially in love with the edible recreation of old-school Pyrex dishes.
From classic sugar cookies to decadent whoopie pies, these delicious cookie recipes will leave you (and your family members!) hungry for more. Download our complete holiday cookie guide for tasty and festive recipes, decorating tips, and packaging ideas.
Mostly not in the refrigerator.
Classic sugar cookies take baking back to basics. But in their simplicity lies their perfection: It's hard to beat the delicate flavor of cookies with only the most elemental of ingredients. We veered from tradition a little by adding sour cream for softness and candied citrus for zest. This recipe appears in our cookbook "Martha Stewart's Cookie Perfection" (Clarkson Potter).
Solutions for cracked cheesecakes, burned cookies, broken cakes, runny frosting, and other challenges a home baker might face.
Next time you want to bake and you're without the standard equipment, give one of these sweet recipes a try.
Say "bonjour" to a French dessert that's a unique and beautiful way to showcase these ubiquitous nuts.
As used by Martha for the most glorious egg-shaped cookies.
Her embellished eggs, chicks, and rabbits are almost too cute to eat.
Just when you thought you'd tasted everything possible in chocolate chip cookies? Using a little buckwheat flour in addition to the usual all-purpose and a dash of sea salt gives these treats a toasty undertone that sets off the semisweet chocolate perfectly.
Layers of different-colored dough are rolled into a log for these slice-and-bake rainbows. They're baked and halved into arcs while warm, then the lucky pots of gold are added. Allow time for chilling and freezing the dough, the actual hands-on cookie making and baking takes just over an hour.
Some claim cowboy cookies hail from Texas, a state many cowboys call home. Others say the treats were named for their ability to withstand long days in a saddlebag. Whatever its origin, the combination of oats, chocolate, pecans, and coconut is undeniably delicious.
Enjoy all the toasty feels of s'mores, no campfire required, by making a few tweaks to a standard batch of puffed-rice-cereal bars.