Show your puddin' some love
The dessert (or breakfast) that reminds me of childhood—no matter how old or jaded or distracted or far from home I get.
Let America eat haggis already.
What was Hostess thinking?
Yes, these existed
Part lofty soufflé, part cake, and part pudding
How I fell in love with a molten tahini "soufflé" in Istanbul—and recreated the recipe at home.
Grapefruit desserts that shy away from true grapefruit flavor? No more! Here, bitterness is emphasized, celebrated, and enjoyed.
Incredibly light and incredibly rich, mousse is the stuff of dessert dreams.
Use up your leftover pastries while simultaneously making your life's best bread pudding.
Alice Medrich takes a vintage mousse recipe and makes it a little better.
This pistachio and honey crème brûlée is burnin' up.
New-and-improved pudding Snack Packs, minus the little plastic cup and plus a whole lot of adult sophistication.
Whether you take your coffee black, with cream and sugar, or in ice cream form, this pudding will fulfill your caffeine craving.
A fluffier, lighter, more perfect version of tapioca pudding.
The story behind the lemon pudding recipe that Robyn Lea, author of Dinner with Jackson Pollock, found in Jackson Pollock’s unpublished, handwritten recipe collection.
Amanda draws inspiration for this week's lunch from baked salmon salad and a decadent Alice Medrich dessert.
This Valentine's Day, serve this pudding by itself, or top it with cream, whipped cream, or crème fraîche. Your puddin' will thank you.
The most impressive holiday dessert is also the most adaptable. Associate Editor Marian Bull is layering up a trifle, and showing you how to adapt it to your own tastes (and what's in your pantry).
Enjoy a slice of pumpkin pie -- minus the crust.
Ready your spoons (and your Nilla wafers).
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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