Have your cake, and eat fruit too! Try one of these fruity cakes.
Cost per serving: $1.79
Slice strawberries or other seasonal fruit onto the dish to add color and flavor.
See recipe: Lemon Roulade
Cost per serving: 83¢
A delightful, citrusy twist on an old standby, this cake looks elegant when garnished with thin slices of lemon and lime and topped with grated zest.
See recipe: Lemon-Lime Pound Cake
Cost per serving: 79¢
We use lemon in this classic dessert but other citrus fruits are also delicious. Try orange or lime zest and juice or use half lemon and half lime or orange.
See recipe: Lemon Curd Cake
Cost per serving: 82 cents
This classic dessert bursting with blueberries and a sweet, tangy glaze is the perfect touch for any celebration. For best results, grease the Bundt pan with melted butter and a few tablespoons of flour to prevent it from sticking.
Try this potluck recipe: Lemon-Blueberry Bundt Cake
Cost per serving: 64¢
Enjoy this yummy dessert without guilt―at 238 calories and 8 grams of fat per serving, it’s light and luscious.
See recipe: Banana Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Cost per serving: 47¢
Don't just settle for banana bread—these moist cupcakes topped with a chocoate buttercream will be the hit of the block party. To get the best banana flavor, make sure your bananas are super-ripe.
See recipe: Banana Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting
Cost per serving: $1.31
This spicy, comforting cake is the perfect sweet finish to a classic Thanksgiving feast.
See recipe: Apple Spice Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Cost per serving: 41¢
Serve up the delicious flavor of an apple coffee cake in just minutes with these minis.
See recipe: Mini Apple Crumb Cakes
Cost per serving: 32¢
Even if you’re in a hurry, you can still enjoy these sweet treats―they’re ready in 30 minutes.
See recipe: Apple Cinnamon Cupcakes
Cost per serving: 82¢
Pumpkin recipes are surefire fall favorites and this scrumptious treat is no exception. If you don’t have pumpkin pie spice handy, swap in 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, 1/4 tsp. nutmeg, a generous pinch of ground ginger and a small pinch of ground cloves.
See recipe: Pumpkin-Chocolate Chip Cake
Cost per serving: 76¢
Don't stress if you can't find canned pumpkin for this cake, sweet potato puree is a great substitute. Use the same amount as you would pumpkin, and follow the rest of the recipe as written. Be sure to use 100 percent pure sweet potato puree, not candied yams, which make the cake too sweet.
See recipe: Maple-Glazed Pumpkin Spice Cake
Cost per serving: 89¢
This comforting, scrumptious cake, with its combination of juicy tart cherries and rich, buttery cake, is a slice of heaven. Plus, you can have it in the oven in 10 minutes, and it only needs a dusting of confectioner’s sugar to make it look beautiful. For less than $1 a serving, it’s a perfect summer treat.
See recipe: Tart Cherry Cake
Cost per serving: $1.49
Make your meal complete with this decadent twist on strawberry shortcake. And enjoy this sweet treat in moderation with portion control built into the individual serving size.
See recipe: Strawberry-Rhubarb Shortcakes
Cost per serving: 70¢
It’s just like serving everyone their own little peach cobbler. Top simple, buttery warm biscuits with peaches and whipped cream for a sensational dessert. It couldn’t be easier, and all for less than $1 per serving. Try it with nectarines, plums, berries, or any other summer fruit you love.
See recipe: Cornmeal Peach Shortcakes