7 Favorite Summer Fruit Dessert Recipes

Summer is the perfect time make fruit based desserts because many popular fruits are in season. Here’s a list of some our favorite fruit-based summer desserts:

4 Ways to Serve Cheesecake at Your Wedding

Cheesecake is a versatile dessert that has universal appeal. This means that your wedding guests will love it! Here are some interesting ways to serve cheesecake at your wedding:

How to Make Peach Cobbler

Biting into a juicy, ripe peach is one of the joys of summer! Stone fruits such as peaches and nectarines are in season when the summer sun is at its hottest. Peaches are wonderful on their own, but also make a delicious ingredient in cobbler! Here’s a recipe you can try:

Strawberry Cheesecake Smoothie Recipe

Are you looking for a way to get all the flavor of strawberry cheesecake without all the fat and calories? Try making a strawberry cheesecake smoothie instead! This healthier twist on the classic dessert uses strawberry Greek yogurt to replace most of the cream cheese. It’s so rich in flavor that you won’t even notice… Read More >

Celebrate National Cheesecake Day!

As far as food holidays go, National Cheesecake Day, which falls on July 30th, is amongst the tastiest. To celebrate, enjoy a slice of your favorite cheesecake or cheesecake-flavored baked treats. You can also try one of these recipes:

Make These Classic Summer Cocktails

When the temperature rises, it’s only natural to reach for a cold beverage. These classic summer cocktails are all served either frozen or over ice so they’re sure to keep you cool! Make a big pitcher when you’re entertaining, or simply keep it in the refrigerator for when you need a special treat. The cocktails… Read More >

The Best Desserts for Your Summer Barbecue

Summer barbecues may focus on what’s on the grill, but you can’t forget about dessert! Here are some ideas for desserts that are absolutely perfect for your cookout.

How to Make Blueberry Cheesecake

July is National Blueberry Month. This year, why not celebrate by making a blueberry cheesecake? This recipe uses fresh blueberries when they’re in season, but you can always substitute them for frozen blueberries when they’re not. Here’s the recipe: