I like how homemade rhubarb topping complements creamy vanilla panna cotta for an easy and impressive summer dessert. There is also something rather beautiful about the vibrant pink of rhubarb next to something so simple and light as a panna cotta, it looks so special, nearly elegant.
I have a real sweet tooth and this Honey Yogurt Dip curbs dessert cravings morning, noon, and night by pairing fruit with lightly sweetened yogurt.
Kids love to help out in the kitchen so get them on board with measuring and adding the ingredients to the blender for this “better for you” version of a malt shop classic. For fun confetti rims, add rainbow sprinkles to a rimmed plate. Spread some whipped cream around rims of glasses and then dip in the sprinkles.
Seriously, this is pretty much a perfect dessert and an excellent way to enjoy fresh strawberries. These, easy to make, meringues are filled with tart lemon curd and topped with juicy strawberries. You can interchange any berries that you may have on hand. Make sure to store meringues in an airtight container and the curd in the refrigerator until ready to assemble.
Eton mess is a traditional British dessert that’s wonderfully lazy. Anyone can make it and everyone loves it. You don’t have to be good at making pastries or baking. Your meringues can be overcooked or misshapen, but not matter because whipped cream and fresh seasonal strawberries will make up for everything.
This Berry Crumble is made with fresh or frozen berries and topped with a dairy free brown sugar crumble. An excellent dessert that everyone can enjoy.
This has to be one of the easiest brownie recipes ever. If you’re needing a quick, no-mess, Valentine’s Day dessert you may want to whip up a batch of these brownies.
I like to make this super easy and comforting version of a traditional English bread and butter pudding. If you don’t have apricot jam just use any jam that you may have on hand.