Do you always crave something sweet after dinner? Here are our 11 best easy dessert recipes, which are all about the goodness and sans the fuss.
Dessert Recipes- Does digging into a luscious pudding or heavenly chocolate cake take the edge off a not-so-great-day? You're not alone. A little bit of sugar, indeed, goes a long way. And when a craving strikes, it's nice to get just what you want. Now, we may love making weekend projects out of elaborate pies and scones, but in our hectic everyday lives, who has the time to spend hours toiling in the kitchen or be in fear of getting a recipe wrong? Presenting: Our 11 best easy dessert recipes, ranging from quintessential classics to microwave-friendly wonders. So whether you want to bask in the glory of your next dinner party, or end your usual weeknight on a delicious note - step this way, please. These desserts are not only ready in the blink of an eye, but also bring an interesting blend of flavours and textures onto your plate. (And are sure to make you drool)!
Go on, become your family's hero in just a few minutes! Between a scrumptiously simple coconut barfi and to-die-for chocolate fudge, our luscious collection of desserts is so epic – you'll be tempted to indulge even before you start your meal. (Note: You've been warned).
Let's face it, there's nothing a piece of good chocolate cake cannot fix. And this easy cake can be put together with just five ingredients, in less than half an hour, and doesn't even require any flour! Top it off with flaked almonds, and you've got yourself a winner.
There's nothing that a slice of cake can't fix!
Sinful, rich and creamy, this recipe is the perfect finish to any meal. To serve, make sure the lemon pudding is absolutely chilled. And get ready to draw recipe requests!
A sweet and tangy pudding.
Who doesn't love crumble? Juicy apple slices, first coated in castor sugar and almond meal, then baked to perfection and topped off with a hearty crumble mix - hello foodie heaven!
An easy and quick apple dessert to relish with family and friends.
This coconut burfi tastes like heaven on a plate. Made with desiccated coconut, doused in ghee and flavoured with almonds, you know you're in for a treat.
Delicious Indian sweet to indulge in during festivals and special occasions.
Chocolate fudge in a matter of minutes? Yes, please. And this magical recipe is as easy as 1, 2, 3! (You're welcome). Loved by both kids and adults, these are great for post-dinner treats at parties.
Chocolates are a kids best friend, and when made in minutes, who would actually mind?
Take one of the most loved Indian desserts to a whole new level! Mix apples, grapes and nuts into the classic kheer for that added punch.
A refreshing take on the popular Indian dessert.
Soaked in caramel and flavoured with banana, this crowd-pleaser is your one-way ticket to heaven. Even the kids will love it!
A decadent treat for your kids and loved ones.
This Gujrati almond and pistachio shrikand is your dream come true – downright simple and ready in a jiffy. Garnish with chopped almonds and pistachio, and you're good to go.
Luscious, delicious and easy to make shrikhand recipe that would simply melt in your mouth.
Dip bread in saffron infused milk, bake to perfection and voila! This fuss-free dessert really does have that wow factor.
A fuss free dessert made quickly and easily.
The simplest (and sweetest) in the fondue family, serve hot with marshmallows, churros, fresh fruits, nuts, cookies, and pretzels. Tip: Add a splash of orange, cherry or coffee liqueur for a slight twist, and extra flavour.
A decadent chocolate dessert for your loved ones.
If your chocolate addiction is real, this glorious recipe is one of the best ways to enjoy your all-time favourite treat. Well, two of your favourites - chocolate coffee! The creamy center with that quintessential kick of caffeine is pure perfection. Indeed, great things do come in small packages.
Chocolate rounds with a creamy center that has an extra kick of coffee powder, yummm!
Treat your loved ones with a homemade dessert post every meal, one sweet at a time.