Impress dinner guests with a delicious souffle -- a baked, puffed-up treat often served in a ramekin. We have recipes for chocolate souffles, bread pudding souffles, and even savory souffles that make a great breakfast or a surprising side dish.
You likely have the five ingredients you need for this sweet chocolate souffle recipe in your cupboards right now. Melt some chocolate, fold into the egg mix, and bake. Dessert is on the table in 30 minutes.
Individual pumpkin souffles gain extra sweetness from an easy molasses sauce spiked with bourbon. This fluffy change of pace from pumpkin pie still offers the traditional flavors of ground nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger.
Finely shredded lemon peel adds sweet tang to this souffle recipe. Basic ingredients and 25 minutes of hands-on time allows this light souffle to become a weeknight dessert.
Pair summer's favorite fruit with the whipped texture of souffles for a deliciously light dessert.
Pair warm with cold and chocolate with coffee in this irresistible treat. Our souffle features cocoa powder and was inspired by a comforting cup of hot cocoa.
A little heat from ground red pepper provides the kick in this savory souffle. A homemade cheese sauce gives it a lush taste.
Hidden inside these adorable mocha souffles is a pinch of instant espresso coffee powder. You'll love how it brings out the richness of the cocoa.
Light and sweet, these chocolate ganache souffles are simple and a good first start to your souffle baking. Serve warm for the ultimate indulgence.
Provide your family with a vegetable side dish courtesy of a savory souffle. Havarti cheese provides the perfect companion for fresh whole-leaf spinach in this bake.
Two batters -- chocolate and peanut butter -- marry in this delightful souffle. Swirl them together to achieve the namesake look and taste of this dessert.
Serve this pumpkin souffle with our homemade Creme Anglaise -- a delightful vanilla bean and whipping cream glaze -- for a warm, gooey take on dessert.
Utilize farmer's market zucchini in a fresh souffle. Shred the zucchini and cook it with crumbled feta and Parmesan cheeses. At less than 200 calories per souffle, this makes a wonderful dinner side dish.