New Year's Desserts
Golden butternut squash makes the perfect stand-in for pumpkin -- especially with sweet maple syrup and crunchy pecans.
Ring in the New Year with a refined dessert that will keep your guests light on their toes.
With such a rarefied name, you'd never know how easy this dessert is. Serve these chocolate and walnut-filled crepes with coffee.
Cardamom is a warm spice that gives chai its distinctive flavor. These iced, star-shaped cookies are perfect with hot tea or coffee.
Dazzle their eyes and delight their taste buds with this puffed chocolate souffle. A scoop of ice cream and a dollop of hot fudge make it a dessert fit for an emperor.
Store-bought cookies and ice cream keep this recipe simple, but the pretty layers make it sophisticated.
These delectable cakes are topped with a hazelnut custard and seedless raspberry jam.
This impressive looking tower of meringue, orange cream filling, and raspberry sauce can be made and assembled hours ahead.
This decadent dessert is simplified by the use of frozen puff pastry. Pears and fresh ginger: a match made in heaven.
The espresso gives a wonderful depth to this rich dark chocolate dessert.