I admit it. I love desserts much more than I should. I’ve gone through just about every phase of dessert cooking there is from light fruit desserts to rich decadent treats that no dieter would be able to look at without gaining a few pounds. Since I love sweets so much, it is only normal that I would be looking for the best dessert recipes to feature on my blog. If I make them all, I will eat them, so sometimes I just drool instead.
A Baker’s Dozen Delicious Desserts.
Right now, I am trying to watch what I eat. But that does not mean that I can’t enjoy a nice desserts. It just means that the portion size must be small and I can’t have one after breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack!
Here are some of my favorites. The recipes range through all types of desserts. There is something for all taste buds here. My only requirement for a recipe to land on this page is that it must taste good, and it must look good. I truly believe that 3/4 of the appeal of a recipe online is the photograph of it.
With the holidays soon to be upon us, we all need some inspiration for new dessert ideas. So, grab a cup of coffee, relax and wander through my culinary delights. Bon Appetit!
Key Lime Coconut Bars – Recipe –>>> A feathered Nest
Butterscotch Mascarpone Cream Layer Cake Recipe –>> Tartalette
Easy M & M Cake . Source Making Life Delicious.
Mudslide and brownie trifle. Looks so delicious – recipe –>> Bakers Royale
Do it yourself Gourmet Apples – Recipe –>> Our Best Bites
Oreo Frozen Peanut Butter Dessert – Get the recipe –>> Kraft
Strawberry Chocolate chip Mousse – so easy and fast but just delicious – One of my own recipes –> The Gardening Cook
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cake – Bake or Break
Chocolate pears dipped with Almond Crunch. Bakers Royale
Strawberries dipped in yoghurt and then frozen. Yummy! Glamor health and diet.
Dark Chocolate roses – Tutorial –click here–> Sweet revelations
Polka Dot Cheesecake. What a presentation! The Baker’s Daughter
Scrumptious looking Cookie Dough Fudge. Recipe Jam Hands
Broken Stained Glass Jello – so colorful. The kids will love it! See how to make it –>> The Food Librarian.