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Easy Mother's Day Desserts for Dads and Kids to Tackle Together

Check out Food Network's favorite Mother's Day dessert recipes, like trifles, napoleons and crumbles, that dads and kids can make together for Mom.
  • Erica Aullman

    Lemon Tiramisu Trifle. This is the perfect lemon dessert! Sweet, tart, super lemony. I made one with pound cake instead of the ladyfinger cookies. This is my family's new favorite!

  • Cassandra M

    18 Mother's Day Dessert Recipes : Food Network -… Lemon Tiramisu Trifle

  • Emily Wirth

    17 Sweet Treats

  • Stacey Faulkner

    Lemon Tiramisu Trifle Recipe : Food Network Kitchen #lemon #tiramisu #trifle #dessert #recipe #foodnetwork

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Tiramisu cupcake...Oooo...I can't make these fast enough!

  • Jill Conley

    it's all in Italian. I think...I can't really tell what language it is.

  • Maryann Rizzo

    Hi...It's french...just copy and paste the recipe onto Google Translate for the recipe. http://translate.googl.... After you copy, paste and print the recipe go to Google Search for the measurement conversions. I just type 60g of butter = OR 60ml of milk = and the answer pops up. Hope this helps :)

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