From sundae bars and birthday cookies to mushroom pot pie, this book is full of magical yet approachable dishes.
This chewy, nutty, and subtly sweet cake is simple enough to make on the fly but elegant enough to serve at any celebration.
Chewy chocolate meets nutty tahini in this simple marbled cookie recipe.
Make Dominique Ansel's celebratory gluten-free yule log for your next holiday gathering, complete with rich chocolate biscuit, creamy chocolate mousse, and lavish decorations.
Make this nostalgic cake right at home, complete with 2 layers of homemade ice cream ribboned with cookie crunchies and covered with dark chocolate ganache and vanilla icing.
Marshmallow cream is sandwiched by two soft and chewy oatmeal cookies in this homemade take on the nostalgic snacking pie.
A show-stopping triple-tiered cake is easier to accomplish than you think in this straight-forward vanilla buttercream rendition.
This Haitian upside-down dessert features studded, glistening pineapple, caramelized maple syrup, and a moist, paleo-friendly cake.
Named after a famous concubine from the Tang dynasty known for her hedonism (particularly when it came to food), this sweet, sour, and slightly spicy dish is sure to satisfy every one of your cravings.
Warm spices and a sweet, crunchy cereal-cookie mixture encase silky vanilla ice cream, perfectly paired with the notorious fried dough carnival cake, plus a homemade hot fudge sauce.
Sure, you could buy the pre-made stuff, but there’s something special about simmering sweet cream and buttery chocolate on your stovetop for the ultimate sundae topping.
This rich and velvety classic dessert is spiked with a touch of orange and a not-so-light touch of chocolate.