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New Dessert Recipes for April 2018

Sunday, April 1, 2018 - 6:45am

new dessert recipes - april 2018

It’s already the first day of a new month! April 2018 brings us Easter and hopefully a bunch of great days to bake some tasty desserts. The dedicated team at Solo Foods are continuously adding brand new recipes centered around our baking products to our website, so here’s a handy monthly blog post series to keep you up to speed on all our newest recipes!

5 Amazing Spritz Cookies to Leave Out for Santa

Friday, December 22, 2017 - 12:15pm

spritz cookies for christmas eve

Don’t forget one of the most important Christmas traditions this year -- leaving cookie out for Santa! Here are five brand new recipes on our website for spritz cookies that Santa Claus is just sure to love. Since the base for each cookie is so similar, if you plan it out just right, you can make all five cookies in a single big batch or two!

Make the Perfect Fall Cobbler Recipe this Year

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 1:00am

the perfect fall cobbler recipe for autumn 2017

Get ready for the cooler weather with this treat that will warm up your kitchen and your belly. Incorporate some bourbon into this incredibly easy recipe, and then you’ll have a delicious Pumpkin Bourbon Cobbler dessert.

This dessert is perfect for a fall treat, or for bringing to the Thanksgiving dessert table with your family.

The Easiest Homemade Raspberry Ice Cream Recipe You'll Ever Find

Friday, October 20, 2017 - 12:45pm

easiest homemade raspberry ice cream recipe ever

Craving a little taste of summer during unseasonably warm fall weather? We’re here to help! Make this Simple Raspberry Ice Cream today!

The best way to create this dessert is to allow for overnight cooling. This means that you’ll need to give yourself enough time before that picnic to allow your ice cream to freeze properly.