Desserts

Karen Hancock

Believe it or not, Tiramisu can be taken to a higher level by topping a classic recipe with cute sponge cake ghosts and serving it at your Halloween BOO-ffet. This one can be made ahead and is delicious.

Karen Hancock

Here's a great make-ahead dessert to serve at your annual Halloween BOO-ffet. It's made of chocolate meringue layers filled with chocolate whipped cream and pomegranate curd.

Karen Hancock

Candy Corn makes everything look like like Halloween. These yummy bars include not only candy corn, but also peanuts for a great crunch. You'll love these easy bars.

Karen Hancock

Chain restaurant salad bars often offer a substandard version of this pudding. While it's made with instant pudding mix, real whipped cream is added to this superior version, which is less sweet and much better tasting.

Karen Hancock

Use those luscious fresh local peaches in this easy, moist cake. You can throw in some fresh berries for color, if you like. Either way it is delicious, especially served warm with ice cream.

Karen Hancock

Three ingredients make a good dessert that everyone will love. This dump cake uses fresh apples, which make it extra juicy and good. You can your favorite kind of baking apples, and the only other ingredients are a cake mix and melted butter.

Karen Hancock

This is a great dish to use those fresh locally grown peaches in. It is three layers, a shortbread crust with plenty of butter, fresh peaches in the middle, and a sour cream topping. Yum!