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It’s true that these treats won’t make you tipsy (the alcohol is minimal or bakes out), but they will make you very, very happy!
Flan is a rich, sweet custard topped with caramel sauce. It looks fancy, but it’s actually quite simple to make.
With chunks of sweet apples nestled in a tender and buttery rum cake, this is the only apple cake you’ll ever need. And it’s easy to make to boot.
Spiked with Baileys Irish Cream, these chocolate brownies with a swirl of tangy cheesecake are out-of-this-world.
This is a homemade version of the famous Duncan Hines rum cake that my grandmother was known near and far for.
With layers of espresso-soaked ladyfingers and mascarpone cream, Nigella Lawson’s tiramisu looks and tastes impressive.
This cake is tender and moist with tremendous depth of flavor— and the taste of honey shines through.
This boozy French toast casserole with a caramel bottom makes the perfect company-for-brunch dish.
When topped with vanilla ice cream, this warm chocolate bread pudding tastes like a grown-up brownie sundae.
With a tender pecan crust, pumpkin pie filling, and crunchy streusel, this pumpkin torte is an easy alternative to pumpkin pie.
This banana pudding is a little more gourmet than most, but still tastes nostalgic and delicious.
This pretty tres leches cake is topped with a rum-spiked dulce de leche glaze.
Made with brown butter and bourbon, this pecan pie has a richer, more complex flavor than your typical pecan pie.
Piled high with layers of fresh raspberries and boozy whipped cream, these parfaits make a light and elegant dessert.
A lovely mash-up of French toast and apple pie, this prep-ahead baked apple French toast has all the makings of a special holiday brunch dish.
Rich, creamy, and intensely bittersweet, these Baileys chocolate truffles are pure, all-encompassing bliss.