You’ll skip the boxed brownie mix once you try these delicious from-scratch brownies! They are perfectly fudgy and delicious.
If you’ve ever been to a Southern potluck…you know we love our desserts.
Here are dessert recipes for the Southern cuisine loving cook.
You’ll love how easy and tasty these cookies are. They are a no-bake delight! When you need to whip up something quick, these are the go-to cookie.
A moist, perfectly frosted slice of carrot cake is a classic Southern dessert. Carrot cake is perfect for any occasion and is especially lovely when you need the perfect dessert for a special celebration.
This ambrosia fruit salad is a cool summer treat and is different than your Grandma’s recipe. It contains blueberries, strawberries, and bananas.
This colonial American dessert recipe dates back to the 18th century. One taste and you’ll see why it has endured the test of time!
This Easter candy charcuterie board will make your Easter gathering a huge hit!
This pecan turtle candy is a quick and tasty munchie that your whole family will gobble up!
With Thanksgiving coming up, there’s nothing more fun and tasty to make than turkey cookies. These are creative, tasty, and fun.
This easy pumpkin pie cake combines the best of both worlds (pie and cake!) to give you that excellent pumpkin flavor in a cake texture.
This pumpkin pecan cobbler is a yummy fall dessert that combines the beloved harvest flavor of pumpkin with nuts.
The grape hull cobbler is made with scuppernongs right off the grape vine fresh from our family vines. This sweet dessert is a crowd pleaser.
If you’ve got leftoverbread crusts or some stale bread and want a sweet dessert, try this traditional southern bread pudding.