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    Dream of These Desserts

    Or at least get ready to drool over them!

    Dream of These Desserts

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    What's more exciting than seeing a piece of fairy bread in your lunch box? Fairy bread roll-ups, of course!

    Ramp your fairy bread up a notch by baking a massive slice of "bread" (okay, it's actually cake) and add a few candles on top for the most magical birthday cake ever.

    You've probably had spoon bread as a side, but we added a rich caramel topping to this sweet potato version make it a little more dessert-appropriate.

    These edible roses may look intricate and difficult to emulate, but even a culinary novice can make an apple into a masterpiece.

    18 bite-sized mini cheesecake recipes that prove the cuter your dessert, the better it tastes! They're perfect for parties and entertaining guests or for kids.

    We went ahead and put all your favorite things into a single pie recipe.

    This is the best pie recipe for Maple Granola Pecan!

    Need a low maintenance pie recipe? This one requires zero fancy crimping.

    A no-frills pumpkin pie recipe should be in your repertoire.

    Forget the marshmallow topping. This is officially our new favorite pie recipe.

    This pie recipe basically yields a Snickers bar... in pie form.

    Your search for the ultimate chocolate cake recipe ends here.

    Back to school isn't always their favorite time of year, but come September, they'll be thankful to have a pretty patterned pen to get them through the day.

    The shredded squash makes the bread delectably moist.

    Make this refreshing parfait instead. Bonus: It tastes like a fruity crumble dessert. Win.

    Look at that color. Who knew something so beautiful could be created in two seconds without actually cooking anything at all?

    This ricotta spread literally tastes like a cannoli.

    In microwave, melt two tablespoons butter in a shallow bowl. In another bowl, mix together cinnamon and sugar. Dip the top edge of cone in melted butter, and then in cinnamon sugar mixture.

    In a microwave-safe bowl, melt white chocolate chips in 30-second intervals, stirring. Then, dip the top of the sugar cone in the melted chocolate.

    Using a small spatula, spread marshmallow crème on the outside rim of a sugar cone. Press chopped, chilled peanut butter chips onto crème.

    Using a small spatula, spread peanut butter on the outer edge of a sugar cone. Press mini chocolate chips into the peanut butter.

    Spoon Nutella into the bottom of a sugar cone.

    Drizzle caramel syrup into the bottom of sugar cone. Using a small spatula, spread the rest of the inside and outer rim of the cone with syrup.

    This coconut sheet cake's recipe also calls for whipped coconut icing —double the yum!

    If you're looking for a summertime dessert, this lemon sheet cake is it.