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Curtis Stone says his love for cooking began with his granny's fudge. If there wasn't any in the fridge waiting for h...

The addition of almond meal in these sweet-and-tart raspberry bars makes them super-tender and addictive. Slideshow...

These currant-cardamom oatmeal cookies are a mash-up of traditional oatmeal cookies and crispy tuiles, with nicely br...

This crisp cookie-jar classic is jam-packed with quick-cooking oats that almost disappear into the buttery dough as t...

Using confectioners' sugar in the dough in place of granulated sugar gives these cookies a light deliciously crumb. ...

These buttery cookies are full of creamy white chocolate chips, tart cherries and luscious macadamia nuts. Slideshow...

Crunchy natural peanut butter gives these crisp and buttery cookies a deeply peanutty taste, but any peanut butter wi...

Joanne Chang makes her moist, lemony, fresh-tasting cupcakes with honey instead of refined sugar, which keeps the swe...

At first glance, this appears to be a very classic cherry crumble, but there are three genius details that add layers...

Bark is the easiest chocolate bar you can make, and you can tailor it to your taste. Top Chef winner Nicholas Elmi li...

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