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Desserts

“I don’t cry over spilt milk, but a fallen scoop of ice cream is enough to ruin my whole day” - Terri Guillemets

Desserts are probably our favorite part of any meal. Cakes, cookies, pastries, mousses, custards, and pies sweets always manage to find a way into even the most satiated stomach. Our unique desserts will satisfy those sugar cravings, because this section is about some things very, very good to eat. It’s as simple as that.

 
Rum and Eggnog Bundt Cake with Snowy White Meringue
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Dreaming of a White Christmas? This snow-capped cake iced with meringue and flavored with eggnog and rum celebrates the season with every bite.

Holiday Strawberry Milkshake
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Like a kid in a candy store, this festive beverage brings out the child in all of us!

Nana’s Olde Tyme Gingerbread Cookies
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Making, baking, decorating and eating gingerbread cookies is our favorite Christmas ritual. Baking with our grandmother as children symbolized the start of the holiday season. Laughter and the wonderful aroma of spices from the cookies baking in the oven filled her kitchen with excitement and joy. To this day, baking up a big batch of these cookies evokes many happy memories. The spirit of Christmas lives on in every bite.

Our grandmother always added vinegar to her dough recipes. This added ingredient provides a built-in protection against toughness ensuring the dough will be soft and tender. Don’t worry. There is no hint of the taste of vinegar in the cookies.

Recent Recipes - Desserts

Rum and Eggnog Bundt Cake with Snowy White Meringue

Rum and Eggnog Bundt Cake with Snowy White Meringue

Dreaming of a White Christmas? This snow-capped cake iced with meringue and flavored with eggnog and rum celebrates the season with every bite.

Holiday Strawberry Milkshake

Holiday Strawberry Milkshake

Like a kid in a candy store, this festive beverage brings out the child in all of us!

Nana’s Olde Tyme Gingerbread Cookies

Nana’s Olde Tyme Gingerbread Cookies

Making, baking, decorating and eating gingerbread cookies is our favorite Christmas ritual. Baking with our grandmother as children symbolized the start of the holiday season. Laughter and the wonderful aroma of spices from the cookies baking in the oven filled her kitchen with excitement and joy. To this day, baking up a big batch of these cookies evokes many happy memories. The spirit of Christmas lives on in every bite.

Our grandmother always added vinegar to her dough recipes. This added ingredient provides a built-in protection against toughness ensuring the dough will be soft and tender. Don’t worry. There is no hint of the taste of vinegar in the cookies.

Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Cake With Brown Sugar Glaze

Old-Fashioned Gingerbread Cake With Brown Sugar Glaze

This super moist cake bursts with the flavors of rich molasses, spicy goodness and a brown sugar glaze.