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Made with ordinary limes, this “Key lime” pie tastes every bit as authentic as the real deal — plus it’s easier to make.
Banana Pudding is an old-fashioned Southern dessert traditionally made with layers of Nilla wafers, vanilla pudding and sliced bananas. This version bucks tradition a bit but still tastes nostalgic and delicious.
Calling all chocoholics! With a chocolate cookie crust, silky chocolate pudding center and pillowy whipped cream topping, this pie is a chocolate lover’s dream.
Filled with a creamy coconut custard and topped with heaps of whipped cream and toasted coconut, this pie is what dessert dreams are made of.
This berry trifle is a wonderful summer dessert – it’s simple, gorgeous and you can make it ahead of time.
Made with cream cheese, ricotta cheese and a ground almond crust, this dessert is a hybrid between an American-style cheesecake and an Italian-style cheesecake.
If you’re a fan of Baileys Irish Cream as I am, you’ll love this fun twist on tiramisu. It’s a dinner party regular at my house.
This dreamy ice cream has all the bright lime flavor of key lime pie — even the crunchy, buttery graham cracker crust. It’s a cinch to make and tastes far better than anything you could buy at the store!
Popular in Latin America, this is a light and fluffy cake is soaked with a mixture of three milks: sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, and heavy cream. My husband calls it “heaven on earth.”
Layer store-bought chocolate wafers with peanut butter-flavored whipped cream in a loaf pan, and then chill the dessert overnight. The cookies soften and meld with the cream, creating a dessert that resembles a fancy layered mousse cake.
With this recipe, a creamy, gorgeous, crack-free New York-style cheesecake is totally doable, even for beginners!