A tie between German Chocolate Cheesecake (this one in particular)
...and a super dense, rich, underdone brownie.
2. What is your favorite dessert to make? I probably have made Gooey Bars more times in the last 10 years than any other dessert. The main reason is that they are a hit anywhere I take them and they can be frozen/thawed very easily.
3. What do you NOT like in desserts?
*Nuts (however there are exceptions)
*Hunks of fruit (if I'm going to consume large amounts of dessert calories...why would I waste them on fruit???)
*Edges and corners of any bar cookie
*Crispy cookies (must be underdone)
*Plain ice cream (needs chunks of something)
4. What dessert have you never tried but want to?
I've always wanted to try bread pudding. I think the traditional kind has raisins (blek!), so this recipe (minus the rum) is more what I think would be REALLY yummy.
5. What is your spouse's favorite dessert? Chris isn't super into dessert, but he does like German Chocolate Cake, cheesecake, and Cookies n' Cream ice cream. From the first time I made these, probably 8 years ago, Fudgy German Chocolate Cookies would be his favorite of the desserts I've made.
*I think "cake batter" flavor is a little nasty
*Peanut butter and chocolate is the best combo
*Butterscotch and chocolate is a close second
*Despite being non-chocolate and store bought, I think Lofthouse sugar cookies (found in grocery bakeries) are wonderful
*I prefer my bowls of ice cream melted to almost a milk shake consistency
*With that said, I don't care too much for milk shakes because there are no chunks
*If I walk into a Sweet Factory, I will completely avoid the entire gummy/sour section, which sadly is the largest section
*I have NEVER tasted a chocolate dessert that was too rich. Only wimps say things like, "Oh, I can just eat one bite. It's just so rich!" Paaalease :)