Alabama Lane Cake made it's debut in 1898. Mrs. Emma Rylander Lane, from Alabama was ahead of the Amazon game and self-published her cookbook with this sweet treat. Plus, it even got some mentions in To Kill A Mockingbird.
Meyer lemons are a bit of a mixture of lemons and oranges, so you know they are going to be amazing. There are so many good things about this cake - buttermilk, Meyer lemons, butter, frosting...shall I keep going?
I couldn't find a dessert for Colorado, which is where I grew up, so I decided to come up with my own. We ate a lot of chocolate growing up and you just can't go wrong with chocolate, so Chocolate Lasagna is my official Colorado State Dessert.
Huckleberries hold a special place in my heart after living in Montana about 25 years ago and eating huckleberries in every way possible. So, just over the border in Idaho, they love their Huckleberries, too. And huckleberry pie is a great way to enjoy the tasty little fruits.
"Derby-Pie" is the state dessert for the wonderful state of Kentucky, but there's a copyright on that, so we're making butter crunch cake our dessert for this post-and you won't be a bit sorry. It's filled with buttermilk, cream cheese, and all of the best ingredients and topped with coconut, almonds, cream cheese, and powdered sugar. Drooling yet?
The great thing about popcorn balls is that there are so many different ways you can make them. You can add chocolate, caramel, holiday candy decorations, and so much more. And, kids and adults love them!
I can remember the first time I heard there was such a thing as chocolate fondue. I was elated. It makes a great party addition (sometimes centerpiece) and everyone loves to find something to dip in chocolate fondue.
Cheesecake is one of those desserts that I long for. I don't make it very often, but I should because it's not as intimidating as you'd think. It's a wonderful and sweet dessert that is versatile and pretty amazing.
Christy, from Southern Plate, is from the sweet state of Alabama, but she can make a darn good chocolate fried pie. Fried pies are one of a kind. You can fill them with chocolate (yay), lemon, cherry, strawberry, or just about any type of filling you'd like.
I'm pretty sure that Rhode Island speaks my love language. Coffee is my main staple in life and coffee milk is right up my alley. Cheers to Rhode Island for making this your state drink. We're just going to let it be dessert, too.
Y'all already love banana pudding, but how about on top of a poke cake? Yes, you say. Well, did I mention there's sweetened condensed milk, along with bananas, and vanilla wafers, too? Oh yeah. It's that good.
Texas is the place where I first came into this world and pecan pie is my Dad's favorite dessert. So, it's fitting that I share this recipe that he made a couple of Christmases ago while we were down at his house for the holidays.
S'mores are one of those things that you just have to make when you're around a campfire. It makes the night complete, and they taste pretty darn amazing. Spoonful of Easy added a few extra yummy ideas to her S'mores list to give the dessert a new twist.
What is the most popular dessert in the US?
New York Style Cheesecake – good stuff!
What’s the most popular dessert in the world?
You’ll get some different opinions on this, but I’m seeing Tiramisu, cheesecake, macaroons, and baklava.
What are the different types of desserts?
Pies, cookies, pudding, cakes, custards, sweet breads, ice cream, and so much more!