In the summer, desserts are both easier and harder to make. Easier, because there's so much incredible ripe fruit available, from beautiful berries to stone fruits like peaches, and harder, because it's hard to turn on the oven when the temperature is rising outside...That's where these strawberry parfaits come in.
Making candy at home is nowhere near as tough as it sounds. With just five ingredients and some careful attention to bubbling sugar, you can make these cider caramels, which have a deep, slightly tangy apple flavor and are utterly addictive. Best of all, wrapped up in little squares of wax paper, a handful of these caramels makes an incredible edible gift (or a trick or treat!).
This five ingredient blondie recipe is the ideal easy dessert. The bars are delicious on their own, or dressed up with any of your favorite toppings.
A traditional English treat served in school cafeterias, Eton mess is as simple as it is summery, made from layers of seasonal fruit, whipped cream, and store-bought meringues. With big, juicy farmers market blueberries, it's an ideal last minute dessert.
This trifle is somewhere between a traditional Italian Cassata cake and the famous Cleveland variation. It's a great way to show off ripe summer fruit.
Icebox cake is the perfect dessert for your end-of-summer gatherings. Why? Because there’s absolutely no baking involved. After all, there’s nothing better than a recipe that doesn’t require you to turn on your oven when it’s especially hot out. As the name implies, all you need to make this delectable treat is an icebox—which is just an old-fashioned way of saying refrigerator.
Croissants bring a lot to the table in this incredible five-ingredient lemon bread pudding.
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