Delicious on their own, beer and dessert are two-times tastier together. It’s hard to screw up the combo, but for simplicity’s sake, here’s a golden rule to remember: pair like with like. In other words, beers with fruity notes complement juicy cobblers, crumbles, or pies. And ones with frothy textures make creamy desserts even more luscious. Bottoms up!

Made from cashews and sweetened with maple syrup, this dairy-free cheesecake is so creamy and rich, even non-vegan guests will be going back for seconds.

You're just five ingredients away from this tangy treat, which mimics a Key lime pie without the time-consuming crust. Instead, cream cheese, powdered sugar, and lime juice combine to create a refreshing filling for the hollowed-out strawberry.

Creamy mascarpone cheese (flavored with vanilla and fresh lemon juice) is a delicious complement to the juicy fruit. Use a microplane or cheese grater to finely grate chocolate over the tops of each berry.

Oreo cookies and cream cheese combine to make the fudgy chocolate truffles that fill these strawberries. But don't stop there: dipping the tops in chocolate is what makes these a true chocoholic's dream.

Between the creamy vanilla custard and the caramelized sugar topping, these sweet strawberries are real crowd-pleasers. If you don't have a chef's torch, caramelize the sugar under your oven's broiler.

Enjoy all the goodness of cheesecake in just one bite—no beating or setting required. Slice the pointed ends off the strawberries to help them stand up straight on a platter.

This strawberry boasts all the delicious components of tiramisu, deconstructed to fit inside the berry. A slice of ladyfinger and a light dusting of cocoa powder make it party-ready.

Fluffy chocolate mousse is the star of these strawberries, which are topped with chopped nuts for a toasty, crunchy finish. Can't wait until dessert? Eat these as an afternoon snack.

Strawberry Buckle With Pecan Streusel

Fresh Strawberry Panna Cotta

Strawberry Ginger Slab Pie

Strawberry and Vanilla Bean Semifreddo

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumb Bars

Chocolate and Nutella taste great in a crepe, so it's no surprise that they're just as delicious on their own. Refrigerating the Nutella before piping it into the strawberries will help it firm up and make it easier to work with.

You'll want a hearty helping of this banana split filling, so be sure to use the largest strawberries you can find. Top with your favorite ice cream sundae toppings, such as fudge sauce, sprinkles, and a cherry, of course.

Dirt cups are a classic birthday party favorite, so kids will love this playful twist. No Oreos on hand? Use crushed chocolate graham crackers instead.

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Oat, Raisin, and Nut Bars | Upgrade this take on an oatmeal cookie, which is packed with raisins and a handful of mixed nuts, with a drizzle of melted chocolate.

Easter Candy Recipes to Use Up All Those Leftovers | Peeps, Reese's Eggs, and even chocolate bunnies are folded, dipped, and sprinkled into these festive desserts.

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While it’s always fun to find a chocolate bunny nestled in your basket, they’re often too large to eat in one sitting. Instead, melt them down into a creamy chocolate dip, which pairs impeccably with buttery almond shortbread.

Don’t let those pesky Peeps sit around and get stale. Melting them with sea salt and brown butter gives these treats a nutty, caramelized flavor. Use pink and blue Peeps to achieve the purple hue.

With their crisp outer shell and solid chocolate interior, Cadbury Mini Eggs are a popular Easter treat. These brownies feature them in two delicious ways—folded into the batter and sprinkled over top.

Folding a handful of jelly beans into light and fluffy meringue is the perfect way to use any extras. Lightly sweetened whipped cream holds the sandwiches together.