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Easy Desserts to Make at Home
Not all easy desserts recipes are going to be created equal. Sometimes, your dessert will take longer to make than others, but no matter what you choose, they all require minimal prep.
Whichever delicious option you go with, you can cut down on cooking time by adding store-bought ingredients like pie crusts or instant pudding.
Whether you’re headed to a family get-together or a community block party, this list of fun desserts to make has something for everyone.
I know you’re probably used to peanut brittle being a long and drawn-out process, but you can actually make it right in the microwave in half the time!
You won’t need any of the kitchen supplies brittle is known for, like candy thermometers or cooling equipment, just be careful about burning your hands from holding the hot bowl.
You’re going to start with microwaving the sugar and corn syrup and then add some peanuts about four to five minutes after. The last ingredient will be your baking soda.
Have a tray prepped with some non-stick parchment paper so you can spread your brittle to let it cool.
If you’ve ever melted caramel before, you know how messy it can get.
With the homemade caramel corn recipe, you can keep the caramel on top of the popcorn without getting it all over your home!
What many people don’t know is how to use baking soda at the end of the cooking period.
The baking soda causes the caramel to aerate and bubble up, making it much easier to mix in with your popcorn.
You’ll need a Silpat mat to rest the popcorn on top of to make sure the caramel has time to cool down. You can even stick it in an air-tight container and put it in the fridge for better results!
This is one of the better quick dessert recipes you can make that will satisfy the whole family.
This is another one of those desserts that seem complicated because of the added layers.
That couldn’t be farther from the truth. All you need for this cake is some graham crackers and lemon pudding.
You’ll lighten up the pudding by using cool whip and the graham cracker will begin to soften the longer it’s in the fridge.
Baklava isn’t known for being an easy-to-make dessert. Not to mention it can really eat up your time.
If you follow this version of the tasty middle eastern dessert, you won’t have to deal with nearly as many layers as normal Baklava.
On top of that, you won’t need any sugar syrups either. All you need is some butter, nuts, and honey to create the same flavor palette with half the work.
You might have had sopapillas before and you might have had cheesecake, but nothing beats mixing the two together.
These bars are sure to please any guests once they take a bite of the flaky, buttery, cinnamon-sugar toppings.
Once you get your ingredients together and pop it in the oven, it will take no time at all.
If you’re the kind of person that keeps cookie dough in the freezer at all times this recipe is for you!
It’s incredibly easy to make and all the ingredients are common items in any home.
You don’t even have to use all the dough you create, you can bake the amount you need and store the rest in your freezer for up to three months.
Then, pull out your dough again and break off a piece for any occasion!
You might have already heard of the irresistible girl scout cookies of a similar name. Well, now you have your own batch right in your home.
Just like the other layered desserts on this list, the total time to make this instant classic is only 25 minutes.
You’ll be adding your ingredients from the base up, starting with nilla wafer and coconut crust, then caramel, chocolate pudding, and faux-cheesecake.
If you really want to get your sweet fix, add some extra caramel and chocolate drizzle on the top.
When you think of a layered dessert with several different kinds of ingredients, you wouldn’t normally think it’s easy to make.
That doesn’t stop this peanut butter goodness from being both delicious and show-stopping.
This is one of those ingredients you can use shortcuts with like instant pudding, whipped cream, and boxed brownies can cut your prep time down significantly.
After you’re all done, guests will be asking you how long it took to make.
Looking for an easy dessert you can bring to your next party that will knock people’s socks off?
The rootbeer float cupcake is unlike any other dessert and the flavor is unmistakable.
To get the same great taste as the drink, you have to use root beer extract and root beer in the batter and frosting.
You’ll sub milk in the frosting for root beer but you want to go slow at first. Too much root beer could cause your cakes to be too strong.
There’s no better shortcut when creating easy dessert than using cake mix.
The cookies turn out extremely moist and the cake batter contains most of the ingredients you’d use anyway.
Once you create them you can store them in the fridge and snack throughout the week. Even better, grab yourself a scoop of ice cream on the side.
They only take 30 minutes, so even if you don’t usually make desserts, you can pull this off.
What a delicious mouthful these long-titled snacks are.
Mix in a little health with your treat by taking bananas and cutting them into little slices.
Put some peanut butter in the middle, dip them in chocolate, and you have a fast and easy dessert you can prep for any occasion.
You’ll want to freeze the bites so they stay fresh for even longer.
There are few desserts more simple to make than a melt-in-your-mouth popsicle.
Only four ingredients are needed to cool down with these pops so they are one of the quick desserts you can make.
Tart lovers can use less simple syrup if they prefer the raspberry and lemon flavors.
If you’re feeling wild, you can even add chunks of fruit inside each one!
Have a large group of people coming over? No need to fear, these bite-sized candies are perfect for serving large groups without having to make extra food.
As long as you keep them in mini-cupcake liners, you can decorate any plate or platter and guests won’t be able to take their hands off them.
These billionaire’s candies mix classic flavors like melted caramel, Rice Krispies, and pecans for a sweet and crunchy texture.
Cover them in chocolate and add a pinch of sea salt to make them irresistible.
This scrumptious dessert might seem time-consuming, but it takes no time at all.
Although in appearance it might resemble an apple crisp, this recipe intentionally lacks the oats, making it more of a shortbread.
The apples need to be sliced pretty thin to cook thoroughly and the topping is made best if you have a pastry cutter.
If you have any lumps while mixing, no worries, they’ll melt away when you start baking. Add a scoop of ice cream on the side to make it even better.
Although this treat promises to be just as delicious as any other on the list, you’ll need to be careful with how you cook it.
Microwave too long and you’ll have a dried-out and hard cake. Don’t microwave enough and your cake will be too gooey to enjoy.
Check your cake at 10-second intervals to make sure it cooks properly all the way through but still leaves some moisture.
If you really want to take it over the edge, you can use extra Nutella and Cool Whip on top when you’re done.
Don’t make these without other people around, otherwise, you just might devour the entire batch yourself!
Essentially, before freezing, the dish is just chocolate pudding. Except you don’t have to worry about temps because there are no eggs.
Mix it all together and then comes the worst part, waiting!
These are a perfect snack to make around the holidays. Savory with sweet, they make a perfect combo for any cold day.
These are simple enough for even beginner dessert makers to try.
All you need to do is top your pretzels with the candy, Rolo and bake them for a few minutes.
As soon as the Rolos start to melt, but not too much, smush a pecan on top and then let it all cool down.
You can change this recipe to include any nut or chocolate candy you prefer.
Has it been a long week? Work getting you in the dumps? There is no better fix than this monster of a treat.
All you need is to bake some cookies using store-bought cookie dough and then put some marshmallow cream and chocolate sauce on one half.
Smash the other half on top to complete your masterpiece. Just watch out for any drips!
If you’re wanting a dessert that’s easy, the two-ingredient sorbet is right up your alley. What’s even best is you can make a bunch at once without feeling worn out.
You can add some more toppings to make this treat even more delicious, but that depends on how much time and energy you have.
Once you mix all the ingredients together you will have to wait for them to freeze over to make the ice cream but it will be well worth your time.
These lemon-flavored cookies taste just as good as they look.
To get the best result, mix your butter with powdered sugar until you can get it silky smooth. Mix your flour next with cornstarch and lemon zest.
Don’t mix the dough too much if you enjoy cookies when they are crunchier.
To get a perfect combination of crunch and gooey-ness, take out your cookies before the edges start to change color.
Not all desserts are going to look like the classics and this pudgy pie couldn’t be more different. Did you ever think you’d try a dessert that looked like a grilled cheese?
Instead of placing different cheeses in the middle, you’ll add pie filling, chopped almonds, and chocolate chips.
If you want to make it special for your family, you can use any pie filling you all like.
These delicious oatmeal bars can be eaten as a snack, dessert for dinner, or even with your coffee in the morning.
You won’t be able to resist the perfect mix of brown sugar, oats, flour, and butter.
Using blackberry jam is recommended but you could mix in any flavor you like to make this special for you.
Although these only take 10 minutes to bake, you’ll want to wait at least that amount of time for the jam to cool down.
If you love shortbread, these strawberry blondies are to die for! They stay moist on the inside and have little jam pockets inside that explode in your mouth.
With a twist of lemon, each one has the perfect balance between sweet and tart.
Just make sure to make a little extra because as soon as you put them out, someone will gobble them up.
Simple and straight to the point, this buckeye recipe makes perfect bite-sized pieces for any party or get-together.
They taste just like peanut butter cookie dough balls but you don’t have to deal with the flour.
In fact, mixing the ingredients together will give you more of a frosting texture than anything else.
Give them a nice coat of chocolate and they are ready to be presented to guests.
Nothing says an easy dessert like a no-bake option. You get the same great taste as any other dessert, only you don’t have to put in the time.
With only six ingredients, it’s easy to see why this pie is on this list, and you get to use a store-bought crust to get started.
Blend your ingredients as much as possible and then pop them in the freezer to cool down. If you’re feeling even more gluttonous, you can use some whipped toppings.
Fudge is another one of those two ingredient desserts that are really simple to make.
Make a little bit of extra so you can have some snacks to chew on throughout the week.
You won’t need an oven for this one, just microwave the peanut butter and the butter until it’s melted down.
Throw some powdered sugar and stir until it becomes a thicker consistency.
Just add a touch of salt and let it cool down before you can actually start cutting it into pieces.
There’s no better way to guarantee a delicious dessert than by using one of your favorites!
These chocolate-dipped Oreos are already halfway done when you purchase your bag from the store.
Simply melt the chocolate, dip your Oreos halfway, and then use some sprinkles or coconut flavoring to make them stand out.
You can even experiment with using different kinds of Oreos, like the golden flavor or white chocolate.
Beautiful and delicious, these cupcakes go great on any party’s table but they won’t last very long.
Made with a light cinnamon cake, they don’t feel dense on your tummy when you finish eating one. What makes them even more delicious is the mascarpone frosting layered on top.
Sprinkle some chocolate chips on top and you will have a hard time keeping your hands off of them.
You might not think of apples when you buy crescent rolls at the store, but the versatile pastry can do just about anything!
All you need to do is wrap thin apple slices into your crescent rolls, top with brown sugar and butter, then pop them into the oven.
The Mountain Dew might seem odd to add, but you won’t regret the flavor if you do.
S’mores are one of the easiest desserts to make and you don’t have to wait for a campfire to get it done.
Take one part of an oreo and start lining them on a tray. Put your marshmallow and place it on one side of an oreo.
Then, put it in the broiler to get the nice brown coloring and start smashing your other ingredients on top.
With only three ingredients needed, this easy-to-make recipe only needs coconut, vanilla, and condensed milk.
The process can be pretty sticky so try using wafer paper to pour the mix into. They work especially well for sticky stuff.
These macaroons go great on any party tray, but you could also liven them up by drizzling some chocolate on each one.
Nothing says dessert like a soft, sweet, and delicious cake pop. You can cover them in any type of chocolate you like and they take almost no time at all.
If you have ever had cake pops, then these are pretty much the same thing except made into little balls for bite-sized snacks.
You can use any type of cake you want to to create all kinds of combinations.
Just like with the no-bake peanut butter pie, this Hershey’s version is just as easy to make.
You’re going to go with an Oreo crumb crust instead of the traditional graham cracker one to cut down on some prep time.
The rest of the ingredients are just as easy to make. Mix some melted chocolate with some Cool Whip and then stick it in the fridge to solidify.
Add some chocolate shavings at the end to give it a beautiful finish.
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