Break off a piece of summer with these berry-packed, sunny bars.
To brighten up these picnic-perfect bars even more, we add fresh lime juice to the batter for a citrusy sweet-tart kick. Customize with your own mix of available farmers’ market berries or try pitted fresh cherries, too, for equally delicious results.
Both sweet and tart, lemon bars are as at home at a ladies’ luncheon as they are at a picnic. They’re like the little black dress of Southern sweets. This recipe will keep you stocked up all summer long.
Time to celebrate! Whip these fun bars up for a quick birthday treat. Because really, you can’t ever go wrong with funfetti and rainbow sprinkles.
Rich, dense, and packed with chocolate, these are not your grandma’s brownies. The orange marmalade adds depth and keeps the brownies moist.
These party-perfect bars are creamy, crumbly, and crispy all at once. For the best results, we suggest refrigerating overnight. But if you’re in a hurry, you can cut that time down to at least 1 hour before serving.
When carrots are cooked in the oven, their natural sugars become deep and rich all on their own. A not-so-sweet version of a shortbread cookie, these cookies from food writer Chadwick Boyd are inspired by traditional tea cakes in India and allow the delicious sweetness of fresh carrots to shine through in a surprising yet subtle way.