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Chocoholic: Easy No-Bake Indoor S'mores Bars

Yvonne Ruperti Post a comment

Take the campfire inside with these toasty marshmallow treats. More

Chocoholic: Creamy Chocolate Raspberry Summer Pudding

Yvonne Ruperti 1 comment

To make this no-bake dessert, soft bread is soaked in a chocolate custard and layered with a zingy raspberry sauce. More

Pie of the Week: Blueberry-Blackberry Pie with Pretzel Crust

Sarah Baird 6 comments

This light ice box pie is full of sweet blueberries and blackberries in a crunchy pretzel crust. More

American Classics: 7 Best No-Bake Desserts

American Classics Alexandra Penfold 7 comments

It's hot. You don't want to turn on your oven, but you do want dessert. This is my nightly summertime quandary. Fortunately in my search for retro classics and regional gems, I've come across a number of low-effort, high-reward, no-bake desserts perfect for when you don't want to heat up the kitchen. These are my favorites. More

Pie of the Week: Peanut Butter Pretzel Ice Cream Pie

Lauren Weisenthal 5 comments

The crust of this pie is made from crushed pretzels, which do double duty by lending crunch and salty satisfaction to a cool mix of creamy peanut butter and sweet vanilla ice cream. It's a pie that's sure to please on these scorching days and sultry nights. More

Share Your Sweets: No-Bake Desserts

Share Your Sweets Carrie Vasios Mullins Post a comment

From Rosemary Olive Oil Bavarois to Peanut Butter Pie, these 15 desserts show that there is no need to turn on your oven to make a delicious sweet. More

American Classics: Classic Icebox Cake

American Classics Alexandra Penfold 7 comments

With summertime upon us, I find myself looking for no-bake desserts that still satisfy. Just because the weather's hot doesn't mean I don't want cake—I'd just prefer not to have to heat up my apartment to get my fix. Enter the icebox cake. More

8 Icebox Cakes We Love

Carrie Vasios Mullins 5 comments

After Memorial Day, there are unsaid certain rules: wear white, drink iced coffee, and only turn on the oven when necessary. That's why we love icebox cakes. More

Let Them Eat: Mango Icebox Cake

María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

It may have been the '80s entertaining scene or remnants from my mother's childhood, but I remember in candid detail some rather outré desserts being served at parties at home. "Merengón" was a popular one—the large version of Floating Islands, filled with some tropical fruit-based sorbet, as was Baked Alaska, and other icebox cakes that looked exotic and kitschy. For some reason, most of these recollections take on a fading yellowish hue in my mind, like old photos in an album. More

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