Bonus: They taste as good as they look.
Create a signature tea blend your guests will love with aromatic ingredients like rose buds, dried vanilla bean, and black tea leaves.
Realistic edible-paper pansies and pretty pastel macarons take this giftable edible bouquet to new heights. Here’s how to make your own.
This year, fill your Easter baskets with homemade sweet treats—like this deceptively-simple chocolate bark.
Give your valentine a blast from the past with these easy-to-customize mixtape cookies.
Inspired by glittery Putz villages, this ’60-inspired cookie house will add retro charm to your holiday table.
Add these tasty treats to your centerpiece or place settings to add a dose of rustic charm to your next gathering.
Send your guests home with something sweet and creative, like these tasty butter owl cookies by Heather Baird.
There’s a creepy surprise inside this delicious red velvet cake.
Why should gingerbread houses get all the glory? This cookie-and-candy haunted mansion is wickedly welcoming.
Discover this bite-size take on a colorful (and irresistible) treat.
Help your dogs keep their cool with a tasty pup pop recipe from Heather Baird of Sprinkebakes.
Making a wedding cake takes a good measure of bravery, but your guests will taste the love. Get started with this step-by-step, customizable recipe.
Build a magical (and fully edible) hideaway using pantry essentials — and a dash of creativity.
Forgo formality and add a delicious dash of fun to the big day with this tasty powdered doughnut recipe from SprinkleBakes.
Two stress-busting activities (baking and coloring) come together in a cookie unlike any other.
Create a visually stunning faux-terrarium — made of candy and chocolate cupcakes.
For the one who lights your fire.
Serve this Scandinavian spiced wine at your next party for maximum holiday cheer.
Wow your party guests or add some magic to snack time with witchy broomsticks by Heather Baird.
Up the ick factor at your next Halloween party with these deliciously scary, science lab–themed sweets.