Sweater weather is the perfect excuse to indulge in comfort food desserts that warm you up from the inside out. Here are 11 top picks you'll want to make and share all through snuggle season.
If you love pie crust, you'll want to dig into this multi-layered apple pie baked in a skillet and served warm from the oven. Watch the video to see how easy it is to make.
You're just 5 simple ingredients away from enjoying these classic baked apples with a crunchy oatmeal topping.
This easy gluten-free chocolate cake is served warm with a homemade caramel sauce, or with freshly whipped cream if you prefer. Home cook Laura says, "Dense and rich and SUPER chocolaty -- this is enjoyed by everyone, not just those who are wheat-sensitive."
Wrap your hands around a warm bowl of this hearty, cardamom-kissed rice pudding and inhale that delicious fragrance. But if cardamom doesn't do it for you, you can always leave it out and bump up the cinnamon a bit, or substitute freshly ground nutmeg.
The harvest flavor of pumpkin pie meets the no-fuss fix of bread pudding, and together they make an autumn dessert that'll earn you rave reviews. Naomi S. served hers hot out of the oven with pecan caramel ice cream. (We're coming to your house for dessert, Naomi!)
Need to impress the heck out of someone? This gorgeous dessert should do the trick. Watch Chef John show you how to make it. Note that you'll serve the pears cold, but they'll be bathed in a warm fudge sauce.
MomZilla describes this as a "warm, chewy apple dessert with a brownie-like texture." If you don't have a cast iron skillet, just bake it in a metal baking dish.
Staying in for movie night? Here's a hot, melty, chocolaty, dip that embodies everything you love about s'mores but done indoors.
For this easy dessert, you'll toss the apples into the slow cooker, sprinkle it with a walnut crumb topping, and let it cook itself while you go off and have some fun. Come back to a mouthwatering aroma and a slow cooker full of deliciousness.
10. Brandied Bananas
Toasted pecans and sliced bananas get all warmed up together in a sweet, syrupy sauce you can spoon over ice cream or pound cake.
These super-simple biscuit dough apple dumplings are baked in a tasty vanilla sauce and served up hot with a scoop of ice cream.