This rich, gooey, caramel-like frosting is arguably the best part of a German chocolate cake. The chewiness of the shredded coconut paired with the crunch of the pecans and the sweetness of the evaporated milk makes for a frosting and filling that can be eaten by the spoonful.
I've been wanting to make cake pops for a long time now. They are the perfect little bite-sized treat to satisfy your sweet craving, a creative way to use left-over cake and frosting, and cute little party favors or gifts. They also make a fun edible art project for kids.
Made with powdered sugar, this whipped cream frosting seems to be more stable than the whipped cream that I normally make but it is still light and fluffy. Though it is plenty rich, it is lighter and less sweet than buttercream frosting, making it a perfect option for angel food cake and other light summer desserts.
Halloween is almost here and it wouldn't be complete without a batch of sugar cookies to decorate in orange and black. Use the spooky shapes of your choice and let your kids join in the fun!
These banana bars could be the best thing banana that I have ever eaten. They are not too sweet and have a delicate banana flavor. The cream cheese frosting adds a light creamy sweetness and definitely makes them a dessert. But we loved them without frosting, too.
This cream cheese frosting is easy to make and great for many desserts, including carrot cake, cinnamon rolls and banana bars. The addition of the cream cheese makes the frosting more substantial and less sweet than a standard powdered sugar glaze.
This basic buttercream frosting is the perfect topping for any cake, cookie, cupcake or cinnamon roll! Beyond its incredible sweet, buttery taste it is easy to work with and can be piped or spread with a knife.