History of Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet experienced an explosion of popularity in the last few years. Besides the namesake cake, Red Velvet is now available in cupcake form along with pancakes, cookies, ice cream, and even lattes! The cake has gained popularity in the 20th century, but its roots stretch further back. Like with many recipes, the Red Velvet Cake’s true origins aren’t completely known. However its history can be traced back over the years thanks to cookbooks, recipes, and advancements in food production.

No Bake Mini Cheesecake for Valentine’s Day

Luckily this year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday. This means most of us have a little extra time to plan something special for a loved one. Whether it is dinner and a show or a nice home-cooked meal, we all want to make sure we spend enough time planning for the special holiday. However, sometimes time isn’t always of the essence. If you’re running out of time, we have a great “no-bake” recipe that make creating dessert a cinch.

Of course you could always forgo cooking and buy one of our delicious gourmet cheesecakes to have delivered by the 14th. Yet, if you’re in a pinch – this “no-bake” recipe for mini cheesecakes with raspberry sauce will really come in handy.

Tell Her You Love Her With Cheesecake!

For Valentine’s Day this year, get something sweet for your sweetheart (and no we don’t mean a generic heart-shaped box of chocolates). Of course your significant other would love a homemade treat, but if baking isn’t exactly in your wheelhouse, we have just what you need to give a decadent and delicious gift.


Christmas Desserts From Around the World: Latin America

Just because Latin America celebrates Christmas with sun instead of snow, that doesn't make their festivities any less fun or delicious. Here are a few traditional Christmas desserts from the Southern Hemisphere!
Homemade Festive Cinnamon Eggnog