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Fried dough, or sometimes known as "Beaver Tails," is a common staple of fall fairs and was once thought to only be enjoyed at the fair. Not anymore! Now you can bring the experience of fried dough right to your grill, and the best part is you can add...
May 17th is National Cherry Cobbler Day! Celebrate with a nice, warm, gooey slice of cherry cobbler – you'll be glad you did! The best part is this recipe is super easy to make!
Chocolate Chip cookies are nice, but sometimes it can seem a little... generic. This super quick and simple recipe takes an ordinary cookie mix and spices it up with fresh mint flavor.
This Easter season, try a light and fresh Lemon & Blueberry Cake for dessert. This confection tastes as good as it looks, and boy does it ever look good! The light lemony flavor of the cake pairs perfectly with the tart blueberries. The cream cheese...
You can never go wrong with the three C's: coffee, caramel, and chocolate. This recipe beautifully brings all three together in the prefect blend of warm, gooey chocolate with a pinch of bold flavor from the coffee. And don't forget that nice drizzle...
Apple crumble is like the sweet, little cousin of apple pie and apple cobbler. It has that warm, gooey filling of apple pie, yet slightly resembles a cobbler with a thinner, crispier layer on the top. This serves well warm with a scoop of fresh ice cream!
The Smoked Bourbon Pecan Pie is a great way to combine BBQ, alcohol, and dessert. Combine sugar, butter, salt, bourbon, pecans, and more to create this delicious dessert that will have everyone asking for the recipe.
Summer baking never has to stop when you can use your wood pellet grill to bake anything from cookies to pie! In this recipe, we will show you how to bake a delicious barbecued strawberry rhubarb pie without turning your kitchen into an oven.
Not only do crêpes provide endless stuffing possibilities, they’re also extremely easy to make right on your Evo grill.
Upside down cake is a cake that is baked with all the topper ingredients at the bottom of the pan. This is a seasonal spin on the traditional pineapple variant, using cranberries instead.