Use frozen puff pastry in this elegant dessert that boasts a lemon-infused cream cheese filling.Get the recipe.
A topping of brown sugar and pecans adds a crunchy sweetness to an already outstanding berry cake.Get the recipe.
Ripe, juicy plums make this mouthwatering cake look as fabulous as it tastes.Get the recipe.
This no-bake pie gets its unusual crispy crust by mixing melted chocolate with rice cereal and freezing until firm.Get the recipe.
Salty and sweet, cool and crunchy, this ice cream cake will satisfy every craving.Get the recipe.
With just three ingredients, you can whip up this scrumptious cake that's fit for company.Get the recipe.
Mix pureed raspberries with sugar syrup and freeze to create this refreshing palate cleanser.Get the recipe.
Top off plain vanilla ice cream with toasted coconut and apricots cooked in honey syrup for a light yet satisfying dessert.Get the recipe.
You can make these simple treats ahead of time and freeze for up to three days.Get the recipe.
The essence of the season is perfectly captured in this strawberry-and-peach double-crust pie. Get the recipe.
Drop spoonfuls of batter on sliced peaches and bake until golden brown and bubbly for a warm, comforting summer dessert.Get the recipe.
The biscuit topping soaks up the sweet, tantalizing juices the blueberries release as they bake.Get the recipe.
Rolled oats and almonds add a crispy, chewy texture that complements the tender peaches.Get the recipe.
This pretty dessert mixes sweetened fruit with its own juices and vanilla ice cream.Get the recipe.
A baked peach half holds a delightful surprise—a scoop of ice cream hidden inside a golden brown meringue shell.Get the recipe.
To drastically cut down prep time, use store-bought biscuits and layer with mixed berries and freshly whipped cream.Get the recipe.
Spike sweet syrup with a little orange liqueur and toss with the berries to add a hint of citrus punch to this simple dessert.Get the recipe.