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54 Easy Desserts to Make with What’s in Your Pantry & Fridge

For years, my girls and I have competed in county fairs and baking contests, and we have had a good amount of success. This is one of our most successful recipes. —Eilene Bogar of Minier, Illinois, who contributed to this article 2/54

Chocolate Chip Brownies

This recipe for rich chocolate chip brownies is so popular that I never take them somewhere without carrying extra copies of the recipe to hand out as well. Because you won’t have to worry about melting icing, these goodies are perfect for taking on a picnic or as gifts. • Brenda Kelly, Ashburn, Virginia, 354 (email)

Marshmallow Puffs

These sweets, made with peanut butter, chocolate, and marshmallows, were a huge hit with our three children when they were younger, and I continue to make them for our two grandkids now that they are older. They’re especially useful around the holidays, when time is at a premium. Doug Cagenello of Simsbury, Connecticut, sent in this message 4/54

Scottish Shortbread

More than 150 years ago, Scottish immigrants arrived in this region for the first time. My mother was of Scottish descent, and she passed on this shortbread recipe to me, as she did with so many of my other favorite foods. Every year at Christmas, I make a quadruple batch of it to enjoy myself and to give as gifts. Selkirk, Manitoba resident Rose Mabee shared her thoughts. 5/54

Peanut Butter Fudge

This peanut butter fudge recipe is a beloved “never fail” quickie dish that everyone enjoys making. • Eleanore Peterson, from Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin 6/54

Grandma’s Rice Pudding

I remember my sisters and I always looking forward to the rice pudding our grandmother would make for us. After Mom died away, I set out to discover the secret of her rice pudding, which I eventually succeeded in doing. My final solution came after many hours of trial and error and trial and error. And I’m delighted to be able to share this simple recipe with you. Ms. Margaret DeChant of Newberry, Michigan sent this in: 7/54

No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars

Because of my daughter’s dietary allergies, I have to be extra cautious when I’m cooking for her, which is why I make these no-bake peanut butter oatmeal bars with certified gluten-free oats instead. When we go to picnics or potlucks, these bars are a hit with everyone, plus I know there will be plenty for my daughter’s dessert! • Angela Lively, a resident of Conroe, Texas 8/54

Peanut Butter Fudge Cups

My husband frequently travels throughout the week, so this easy microwave peanut butter fudge recipe is wonderful for my 2-year-old and myself when he’s not at home with us. — Manhattan, Illinois resident Lori Brow sent this photo. 9/54

Raspberry Almond Strips

Be prepared to get yourself a cup of tea because you will not be able to stop yourself from trying one of these biscuits. Almonds enhance the flavor and texture of these simple strips, which are topped with raspberry pie filling for a festive touch. Kitchen 10/54 in the Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Old-Fashioned Tapioca

My family like traditional tapioca, but I don’t always have the opportunity to prepare it.

So I came up with this easy recipe that allows us to enjoy one of our favorite dishes without having to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. — Ruth Peters, a resident of Bel Air, Maryland 11/54

Cashew Clusters

The traditional tapioca dish is a favorite of my family, but I don’t always have the time to prepare it for them. As a result, I developed this straightforward recipe that allows us to enjoy one of our favorite dishes without having to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. — Ruth Peters of Bel Air, Maryland, submitted this article. 11/54

Chocolate Bread Pudding

Due to the addition of chocolate, this dish is a delightful variation on the conventional bread pudding. It’s a decadent and soothing sweet treat. Mildred Sherrer of Fort Worth, Texas, contributed to this article. 13/54

Crisp Sugar Cookies

I remember my grandma always had sugar cookies in the cupboard, and we grandchildren devoured the entire jar in record time because they were so delicious! I’ve started baking these delicious cookies on a regular basis to share with my friends. Emily Poteet of Hancock, Maryland contributed to this article. 14/54

Chocolate Fudge Brownies

When it came to after-school snacks, my children always looked forward to these fudge brownies from me. Because they’re so dense, they don’t require frosting. The following is a letter from Hazel Fritchie of Palestine, Illinois 15/54

Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding

This warm and cozy dessert is a delicious way to cap off any dinner. As a child, I used to look forward to the first delicious taste with bated breath. My spouse like to top his with a dollop of vanilla ice cream these days. Grandview, Manitoba, resident Sandra Melnychenko shares her thoughts. 16/54

Saltine Cracker Candy with Toasted Pecans

Desserts like this one are a lovely way to cap off any dinner. In my childhood, I used to look forward to the first mouthful of delectable goodness. Topping his burger with ice cream has become a favorite of mine. Grandview, Manitoba, resident Sandra Melnychenko 16/54

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

When my mother (who is now a great-grandmother) sent me this no-flour, gluten-free peanut butter cookie recipe around 15 years ago, I was suspicious because it called for only three ingredients (and no flour?!). But it turned out to be a hit with the family. But, since then, I haven’t had a single failure. Three ingredients are all that are required to make these gluten-free peanut butter cookies. —Maggie Schimmel from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 18/54

Potato Chip Clusters

Three unusual ingredients come together to create a one-of-a-kind, delightful no-bake delicacy. These sweet and salty candy clusters are very simple to create and are perfect for snacking on during holiday vacations or gatherings. They carry nicely in containers since they don’t melt or get softer when in transit. Do you want to know more about Donna Brockett? 19/54

Russian Tea Cakes

Whenever possible, I want to showcase my favorite holiday sweets in a unique way. I stack these freshly made tea cakes on attractive plates that I purchase throughout the year, then wrap them in colored cellophane and present them to friends as holiday gifts. — Valerie Hudson, of Mason City, Iowa, is a writer. 20/54

Chewy Pecan Pie Bars

This dessert is a personal favorite of my husband’s.

I’ve been making these bars for many years, and my family and friends still rave about them. It’s not a problem for me to make this recipe because it’s about as simple as baking can be! Shreveport, Louisiana resident Judy Taylor contributed to this article. 21/54

Double Chocolate Walnut Fudge

Anyone who like chocolate will enjoy this smooth, nutty fudge twice as much as they would otherwise. When the holiday season arrives, I look forward to baking multiple batches. During the December celebrations, it doesn’t last long at our place! —Florence Hasty, from Louisiana and Missouri 22/54

Creamy Rice Pudding

I was lucky enough to grow up in a family of excellent chefs. My mother and grandmother instilled in me the habit of experimenting with recipes, and we attempted a number of different versions on this particular one. It was always delicious, no matter how we chose to dress it up or down. When I prepare this, it brings back a lot of pleasant memories. Laurette German of North Brookfield, Massachusetts 23/54

Orange Crispies

Incorporate a little bit of sunshine into your cookie jar by using this recipe. When I want to spread a little joy, I’ll bake a double batch of cookies to give away. Ruth Gladstone of Brunswick, Maryland, sent in this message. 24/54

Cinnamon Apple Pan Betty

This dish was discovered shortly after my marriage, many years ago. The components for this recipe are simple and likely already in your kitchen. When apples are at their peak in the fall and winter, this dish is a favorite of ours. It takes only a few minutes to prepare and is delicious. Shirley Leister, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, sent the following response: 25/54

Chocolate Lava Cakes

Due to the fact that this dessert is served hot, you may prepare it while you are eating your main dish. It’s also simple to scale up the dish to feed a larger group of people. It’s a fantastic pick for chocolate enthusiasts. —Heidi Wilcox, of Lapeer, Michigan, says 26/54

Flourless Peanut Butter Thumbprints

My brother’s girlfriend (who is gluten sensitive) had requested a dessert, so I went looking for something that was naturally gluten-free. I came across a flourless peanut butter cookie, which turned out to be perfect! After a few iterations of the recipe, including the addition of Nutella and a dusting of sea salt, I was able to create the perfect cookie for her. Pensacola resident Dana Hinck contributed to this article. 27/54

Nut Fruit Bark

An elegant take on the classic fruit bark recipe is presented here. With the addition of espresso powder, dark chocolate takes on a rich mocha taste. If you’re a lover of sweet-salty morsels, be sure to utilize sea salt in your recipe. The author, Thomas Faglon of Somerset, New Jersey 28/54

Peanut Butter Whipped Cream Frosting

Only a few ingredients are required to create a decadent peanut butter whipped cream icing. Try it piping it onto your favorite chocolate cupcakes or dolloping it into hot chocolate for a decadent treat. — Milwaukee, Wisconsin is home to the Taste of Home Test Kitchen. 29/54

Scottish Shortbread Cookies

You’re only a few ingredients away from a decadent peanut butter whipped cream icing. If you like chocolate cupcakes, try piping it on top of them or dollopping it on top of hot chocolate. — Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Taste of Home Test Kitchen 29/54

Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

My sister sent me the recipe for this ridiculously simple peanut butter fudge with marshmallow cream, which I absolutely loved.

When making this delectable delicacy, I prefer to use creamy peanut butter, but chunky peanut butter would do just well as well. Mary Jane Rummel of Linglestown, Pennsylvania, sent this in. 31/54

Kipplens

With the recipe for this ridiculously simple peanut butter fudge with marshmallow cream, which was given with me by my sister. When making this delectable delicacy, I prefer to use creamy peanut butter, although chunky peanut butter is also OK. —Mary Jane Rummel of Linglestown, Pennsylvania, who contributed to this article 31/54

Brownie Batter Dip

I prefer dips that are on the sweeter side, and this brownie-batter variant adheres to my life philosophy, which is that chocolate makes everything better. Grab some fruit, cookies, or salty nibbles and get to dipping. • —Mel Gunnell of Boise, Idaho (34/54 )

5-Ingredient Fudge

You’re only a few minutes away from a pan of rich, creamy fudge. All you have to do is microwave it, mix it, and distribute it. This delicious homemade fudge recipe is simple and straightforward. Edgemoor resident Sue Tucker shared her thoughts on the subject. 35/54

Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies

Within minutes, you’ll have a pan of creamy fudge on your hands. Everything is as simple as heating in the microwave and stirring. This delicious homemade fudge recipe is simple and straightforward to prepare. Edgemoor resident Sue Tucker shared her thoughts on the topic. 35/54

Chocolaty Chips

My two tiny boys couldn’t get enough of this sweet and salty snack that comes together in 15 minutes with only three ingredients and can be prepared in advance. The boys enjoy drizzling melted chocolate on top of the melted chocolate. Apple slices are sometimes used in place of potato chips in our recipes. Greendale, Wisconsin resident, Jami Geittmann 37/54

Sugar N Spice Popcorn

It’s impossible to eat just one serving of this airy, cinnamon-sweet popcorn! The roasted kernels have a lovely crunch to them and are well coated. Make a batch to keep on hand as a snack for whenever the mood strikes. 38/54

SliceBake Coconut Shortbread Cookies

These delicate shortbread cookies are melt-in-your-mouth delicious, thanks to the lightness and butteriness of the dough. They are made much more remarkable by the addition of coconut flavoring. — Roberta Otto, a resident of Duluth, Minnesota 39/54

Fudge Pops

Summer is here, and this chocolate frozen dessert is the ideal way to cool down! Bring your children into the kitchen to assist you in stirring the pudding. Raymond, Alberta40/54 —Ruth Ann Stelfox, Raymond, Alberta

Lemon Pudding Cake

During the summer, nothing beats a chocolate frozen dessert! Make a mess in the kitchen by inviting your children to assist you in stirring the pudding. —Ruth Ann Stelfox, Raymond, Alberta40/54 40/54

Rolled Oat Cookies

When I make this dough, I prefer to keep a portion of it in the freezer at all times since it’s so convenient to slice, bake, and serve at any time. In fact, we sometimes have a few of these healthful cookies for breakfast on days when we are in a rush. They go great with coffee. Chilliwack, British Columbia resident Kathi Peters shares her thoughts. 42/54

Easy Puppy Chow

When I make this dough, I prefer to keep a portion of it in the freezer at all times since it is so convenient to slice, bake, and serve at a moment’s notice.

These healthful cookies go perfectly with a cup of coffee – in fact, we sometimes eat a couple of them for breakfast when we’re in a need. -Kathi Peters from Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada 42/54

Peanut Butter Cookies

These simple peanut butter cookies, which do not include any brown sugar, have an incredible amount of taste. I prepare these on a regular basis since I always have the necessary ingredients in my pantry. —Maggie Schimmel from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 45/54

Frozen Blueberry Muffins

Ardyce Piehl, a resident of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, shares her thoughts: “These blueberry muffins are delicious and packed with blueberries. Because it is so handy to be able to mix frozen berries into the muffin batter, I always have frozen berries on hand.” 46/54

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One-Bowl Chocolate Chip Bread

My family gets out of bed early on Valentine’s Day because they know I’ll be preparing this quick bread for breakfast that morning. This recipe is a favorite of my in-laws, who are serious chocoholics, and the simple bread always gets the spot. 47/54

Almond Sandies

These traditional almond sandies are my husband’s favorite cookie, and they are a hit anywhere I serve them. They are buttery, creamy, and wonderful. —Joyce Pierce of Caledonia, Michigan says 48/54

Dutch Oven Chocolate Dump Cake

Need an easy dessert that will make your guests believe you spent all day in the kitchen? Look no further. This dump cake baked in a Dutch oven will impress all of your visitors. You are welcome to substitute your favorite pie filling in place of the cherries. — Rashanda Cobbins, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin e-mail address 49/54

Quick Double Chocolate Biscotti

You may get a head start on creating biscotti by storing the cookie dough in the refrigerator overnight. To satisfy the chocolate cravings of serious chocolate fans, chocolate chips can be substituted for the vanilla. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen50 out of 54 stars

Deep-Fried Cookies

My children like this delectable and luxurious dessert. I like to add a touch of cinnamon and a teaspoon of vanilla essence to the batter before baking it to give it a little kick. — Margarita Torres lives in the Bayamon neighborhood of Puerto Rico. 51/54

Peppermint Sandwich Cookies

This delectable, decadent delicacy is a family favorite of mine! I like to add a touch of cinnamon and a teaspoon of vanilla essence to the batter before baking it to give it a little zip. — Marina Torres of Bayamon in Puerto Rico is the subject of this article. 51/54

Peanut Butter S’Mores Sandwich

This delectable peanut butter sandwich combines all of your favorite s’mores flavors without the need for a bonfire. —James Schend, Taste of Home Deputy Editor53/54

Surefire Sugar Cookies

You may enlist the assistance of children in making these simple snacks. Because white coating may be coloured to fit the season, I sometimes use it instead of chocolate chips while making cookies. — Victoria Zmarzley-Hahn lives in the Pennsylvania town of Northhampton. 54/54

Sinterklaas Cookies

Following the unwrapping of our Christmas presents as children, we would bake these cookies for Santa Claus to enjoy with his glass of milk on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, the crisp spice cookies are delightful dipped in the warm milk—or even in your cup of coffee. — Pella, Iowa resident Charli Fontana The original publication date was March 27, 2020.

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35 Incredibly Easy Desserts with 5 Ingredients or Less

Every now and then, we all deserve something sweet, but sometimes it takes too many ingredients to put up a delectable dessert recipe. Forget about the hassle of purchasing an excessive number of ingredients; we’ve got you covered. Try these treats, all of which require little more than five ingredients or less.

1.Simple Nutella Soufflé

Alex Furuya captured this image. Some things are simply not meant to be shared. One of these recipes is this two-ingredient personal soufflé.

2.Pumpkin Butter Pecan Gingersnap Rolls

Photo courtesy of Anthony Wan In case you’ve forgotten what it’s like to be in a season other than winter, these autumn-flavored sweets are here to remind you.

3.Cake Batter Milkshake

Andrea Kang captured this image. Heeeey, batter batter batter, batter batter batter. There’s little doubt about it: this milkshake recipe is a real hit.

4.Oreo Cheesecake Truffles

Christine Pritula captured this image. These truffles are really stunning on the exterior as well as the inside. Check out the recipe by clicking here.

5.Ritz Cracker Rolos

Holly Birchfield captured this image. These hybrid sweets would have made your middle-school self giddy with excitement. And your present-day self will almost certainly be delighted with the results. With this dish, you can satisfy your snacking cravings.

6.Three-Ingredient Cake Mix Cookies

Maggie took the photograph. LeesCake mix is truly a work of magic. Recipehere.

7.Dulce de Leche Rice Krispie Treats

Alex Furuya captured this image. After all, you didn’t believe it was possible for RKTs to become much better, but then this recipe appeared.

8.Copycat Dunkaroo Dip

Aarthi Chezian captured this image. Put your NSYNC CD on your CD player and your light-up velcro sneakers on your feet and get to dunkin’ with this dip.

9.Grilled Pineapple S’mores

Sarah Silbiger captured this image. Pineapple will soon become a must-have for every campfire gathering after this. You can find the recipe here.

10.No-Bake Girl Scout Cookie Truffles

Morgan Weinstein captured this image. Thin Mints have just gotten a little bit thicker and a whole lot more delicious. Find out how to do it here.

11.Nutella and Berry Dessert Crêpes

Jennifer Cao captured this image. Pretending you’re on vacation in Paris has never been easier than it is now, thanks to this recipe. Getting a French lover now is the last thing left to do to complete your transformation.

12.Cranberry Pistachio Chocolate Bark

Photo by Phoebe MelnickWilliams- Sonoma County has absolutely nothing on this. With this recipe, you can go to work.

13.Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffles

Emily Hu captured this image. If you’re a fan of avocados and chocolate, these truffle balls will quickly become your new best friends.

14.Decadent Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Morgan Goldberg captured this image. Two words: TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF. Get your hands on these sultry contraptionshere.

15.Five-Ingredient Cannoli Dessert Dip

Kelly Logan took the photograph. In any case, everyone knows that the cream filling is the most delicious element of the cannoli. With this recipe, you can put aside the minor things and get to dipping.

16.18-Minute Pecan Pie Muffins

Kathleen Lee captured this image. If you work hard enough, every pie may become a one-of-a-kind creation. It’s a bit easier to deal with when you have these adorable muffins.

17.Chocolate-Dipped Apricots with Coconut Flakes

Anika Schaedle captured this image. There’s no reason why dried fruit should be restricted to the pantry of your grandparents’ home. Recipehere.

18.Easy Coconut Macaroons

Photo courtesy of Anna KranwinkleGluten-free, straightforward, and delectable?!

You can finally have it all when you eat these macaroons.

19.Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Pops

Hannah Lin captured this image. There’s always money in the banana stand, and it’s always open. This dish will make you go nuts.

20.No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Rachel Conners captured this image. Chocolate, peanut butter, and you combine to form the greatest threesome of all-time. Get your groove on with this recipe.

21.Chocolate Caramel Matzo Brickle

Amanda Shulman captured this image. Is this kosher in any way? Yes, it is, without a doubt. You can find the recipe here.

22.Molten Chocolate Lava Cake

Katya Simkhovich took the photograph. Make your trophy spouse out of this delectable dish that is hot, rich, and seductive. This recipe will provide you with your fix.

23.Dark Chocolate, Raspberry, and Brie Grilled Cheese

Bernard Wen captured this image. With this decadent dessert grilled cheese, you can take a stroll down the sweeter side of life.

24.Apple Pie Crescent Bites

Bernard Wen took the photo. The indulgentdessertgrilledcheese will transport you to another world of sweetness and delight.

25.Chocolate-Covered Candy Pretzels

Photo courtesy of Bernard Wen Embrace the sweeter side of life with this decadent dessert grilled cheese sandwich.

26.Gooey S’mores Panini

Tarika Narain captured this image. You shouldn’t have to venture outside to satisfy your s’mores need. That is no longer necessary, owing to this delicious dessert recipe. Find out how to do it here.

27.One-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream

Katie Walsh contributed to this image. Can you guess what the secret ingredient is? Learn how to prepare this nutritious and refreshing dessert by visiting this page.

28.Crunchy Chocolate Nut Truffles

Mimi Takano captured this image. Nut balls, to be precise. Put ’em in your mouth right now.

29.Honey Ricotta Toast

Daniel Schuleman captured this image. If you weren’t already aware, artisanal toast is really popular right now. With this recipe, you will be on trend.

30.Three-Ingredient Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Katherine Carroll took the photograph. If you live a simple life, these muffins will quickly become your new favorite post-spin class treat.

31.Chocolate Chip Caramel Peanut Butter Bars

Claire Thompson captured this image. These scalding messes are obviously not for public consumption, so keep them at home and consume them yourself. You can get them right here.

32.Two-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

Jeanne Kessira captured this image. When chocolate makes up 50% of a recipe, you know you’ve got a winner on your hands. Take a look over there.

33.Creamy Nutella Milkshake

Jocelyn Hsu captured this image. Drinking your Nutella instead of eating it with a spoon is a bit more refined than the traditional method of consumption. You can, of course, do both at the same time. Here’s where you can get your fix.

34.Peanut Butter Freezer Fudge

Caitlin Shoemaker captured this image. Wowzers, what a fudge. Make this delectable dessert the center of your new religious beliefs.

35.Microwavable Rice Krispie Treat in a Mug

Caitlin Shoemaker took the photograph. I mean, holy cow. Make this delectable dessert the centerpiece of your new religious experience!

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15 Delicious Things to Throw Together When You’re Pressed for Food Options

Allow me to set the stage for you by stating the following: You’re standing in front of the fridge, staring at the half-baked loaf of bread that’s still in there and the odd container of grated parmesan and pecorino mix for a little moment before closing the door. You clap your heels together three times before opening the refrigerator once more. There isn’t anything to eat, woof. Close the window once again. Repeat the lathering and rinsing process. Does this sound familiar? Well, I’m here to save you from shouting, “BUT I HAVE NOTHING TO EAT AT HOME!” into the pit of despair.

We both realize that the food in your kitchen right now has a lot more potential than it currently does.

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Without further ado, here are 15 very delicious dinners that you can whip together with only a few cupboard supplies. Pro tip: These are all best enjoyed when wrapped up on the couch beneath a blanket, with Bravo playing in the background on the television. Ma chérie, a bonne appétit!

1. Buttery, gooey grilled cheese

As previously said, this is usually a wonderful alternative when you have nothing else to cook, especially because it serves as a fantastic canvas for any unexpected items you may have in the fridge. Spabettie’sSalsa Cheddar Grilled Cheese Sandwiches are the perfect comfort food for a leisurely night in or a night out. Bonus points if it’s below freezing outdoors, since this stuff will keep you toasty warm in no time at all. This material has been imported from the Instagram platform. Visiting their website may allow you to access the same stuff in a different format, or it may provide you with even more information than you could get elsewhere.

2. PB J because duh

It’s quick and easy to make, and it tastes exactly like second grade and your Powerpuff Girls lunchbox. Furthermore, if you want to spice things up a little, you may add things like bananas and waffles. Get creative with Liv Life’s PB J Banana Waffle Sandwiches and then sit back and enjoy That’s So Ravenon Disney+ for an entertaining evening.

3. Tuna melt tostadas

The tuna melt is often considered to be the world’s most ideal sandwich, and this is a universally recognized fact. Continue to be unconvinced? Okay, three words: tuna melt tostadas. That’s all I have. Make your own Tuna Melt Tostadas with this recipe from The Weary Chef. That canned tuna in your cabinet will appear a whole lot less boring when you try these recipes, I guarantee you that.

4. Pancakes! Pancakes!

Hello, while you may be longing the stacks of delectable pancakes from your favorite local diner right now, I have a money-saving option that takes only three ingredients and is just as delicious! There are just three ingredients in this recipe from the Food Network: (1) a banana, (2) two eggs, and (3) some butter or oil to grease the pan. Include chocolate chips, blueberries, or even rAiNbOw SpRiNkLeS if you want to make it a little more exciting. This material has been imported from the Instagram platform.

5. Scrambled eggs

Another excellent alternative for breakfast, there you have it. Simply take some eggs and combine them with anything you happen to have on hand—cheese, vegetables, meat, whatever! Even these upscale North Indian–Style Scrambled Eggs from A Brown Table are made with materials that you most likely already have in your pantry or refrigerator.

6. Waffles

Waffles for supper, that’s what I’m actually proposing here, to be precise. Yes, you can be the Leslie Knope you want to see in the world by acting like her. With this easy waffle recipe from This Week for Dinner, you can pretend your kitchen is JJ’s Diner for a night. Okay, now go conquerPawneethat mountain of clean laundry piling up next to your bedside table.

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7. A Hagrid-size bowl of cereal

Did you honestly believe we wouldn’t include this on the list? Your Honey Nut Cheerios, which has already been opened and is sitting on top of your refrigerator, is soon to go bad!

8. Spaghetti carbonara

True story: Spaghetti carbonara is ruled by the sign of Leo.

Furthermore, thisEasy Spaghetti Carbonara from This Week for Dinner is actually a simple pleasure that tastes everything but basic. You may even twist that creamy, eggy, spicy spaghetti around your fork for your Instagram Story if you really want to! Make Nonna proud by your actions.

9. Lemon garlic pasta

Lemon Garlic Pasta from Wonky Wonderful is another really delectable choice that requires only seven ingredients, all of which you almost certainly already have on hand in your cupboard.

10. Pasta with tuna

Yes, there is such a thing as Italian tuna in a can—especially in Europe. Karen, who has become a globe traveler now?! ThisTuna Marinara Pasta from Jeanette’s Healthy Living is a little fancier, but it still employs super-simple ingredients to achieve its elegant appearance.

11. Chicken piccata

If chicken piccata is not one of your favorite go-to dinners, then I’m not sure I want to be friends with you—and I mean that in the most serious way possible. The fact that I always have chicken in the freezer and lemon juice in the fridge is the nicest thing—especially when it comes to recipes like This Week for Dinner’s Chicken Piccata.

12. Motherf*cking quesadillas

Do you have cheese? Do you have any tortillas? After that, there are quesadillas. With only a few canned items from your pantry, this recipe for Kitchen Sink Quesadillas makes them more better and more substantial.

13. Breakfast tacos

This recipe for Breakfast Tacos with Fire-Roasted Tomato Salsa from Cooking Classy is as close to perfection as it gets. Nonetheless, much like with the quesadillas, you may customize your dish to suit your tastes. This meal may be used in a variety of ways. We’re down to our last link of chicken apple sausage, right? Cut it up and toss it in the mix! What do you think about an avocado? Yes, it is correct as well! Beans aren’t your thing? That’s fine, leave them out. All you have to do is put it in a tortilla and exclaim, “Mmmmmmmmygod,” in a theatrical manner.

14. Chicken fajitas

The sound of a pan sizzling is really seductive. This 30-minute dish from Delish is also ridiculously simple. Feel free to substitute anything you don’t happen to have on hand in your kitchen. However, as long as you have your chicken, peppers, onion, and hunger, everything will be fine. This material has been imported from the Instagram platform. Visiting their website may allow you to access the same stuff in a different format, or it may provide you with even more information than you could get elsewhere.

15. Pasta with white beans and broccoli pesto

The next dish, from Delish, is another “chef’s kiss.” This Pasta and White Beans With Broccoli Pesto is considerably easier to make than it appears. Furthermore, since you’re reading this page, it’s likely that you don’t have fresh basil blooming in your backyard. Sarah Weldon is an Associate Lifestyle Editor at ELLE Canada. Sarah works as an associate lifestyle editor at Cosmopolitan, where she writes on food, home, health, and career topics. basically anything you love to adore – follow her on Instagram to keep up with her.

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14 Incredible Dessert Recipes Made With 3 Ingredients or Less

It’s understandable that when it comes to dessert dishes, you want something pleasant and uncomplicated to satiate your sweet craving every now and again. Desserts such as chocolate chip cookies or lemon lavender ice cream can be delicious, but they generally need a well-stocked pantry with a variety of ingredients and mix-ins.

This collection of drool-worthy meals is created with only three (yes, THREE) ingredients or less. When you’re in a hurry and need to satisfy a sugar desire, whip up one of these sweet snacks to hand.

No-Bake Bonbons Easy Dessert

The video element cannot be shown because your browser does not support it. The truffles are made with a foundation of cream, butter, and chocolate chips as their filling. If you want to make it a little more boozy, add a dash of Baileys to the mix. If you want it to be crispy, roll it in sprinkles after it has been baked. (Image courtesy of Brit + Co.)

Banana Cinnamon Rolls

Let’s talk about healthy eating. Delicious vegan and grain-free cinnamon rolls are made with whole grains and no refined sugar. The sweetness is provided by bananas and dates, which are two of the most popular dessert components in the world of healthy eating. Although there are only three ingredients required (bananas + dates + cinnamon), the recipe allows for the addition of vanilla and/or salt if desired. (Image courtesy of Feasting on Fruit)

Simple 3-Ingredient Chocolate Covered Date Nut Bars

The only ingredients you’ll need are dates, almonds, and dark chocolate chips to make these healthful and very delicious nut snacks. These beauties are packed with antioxidants (thanks to the nuts and dark chocolate) and heart-healthy fats, making them an excellent choice for anybody seeking for a semi-sweet, nutritious dessert alternative. (Image courtesy of Fit Mitten Kitchen)

Easy Rolo Pretzel Turtles

We should take a moment to change gears. These Rolo pretzel turtles aren’t trying to pass themselves off as a healthy snack. They are, however, quite delicious and make an excellent finger meal to present at any party or get-together. (Image courtesy of Garnish With Lemon)

3-Ingredient Buttery Shortbread Cookies

These cookies may appear to be Christmas-themed, but by substituting different-colored sprinkles, you can make them suitable for any occasion. They are the ideal shortbread cookies, with the exception of the fact that they require only three ingredients: butter, brown sugar, and all-purpose flour. (Image courtesy of Chew Out Loud)

Chocolate Coconut Balls

Coconut is used as the foundation for these healthful dessert balls, which makes them not only delicious, but also high in beneficial plant-based fats. Pro tip: If you really want to amp up the taste of these small morsels, use vanilla essence as the fourth component. (Image courtesy of Forks N Knives)

Easy 3-Ingredient Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge

They are made using coconut as their foundation, which makes them delicious as well as high in healthful plant-based fats and nutrients. Adding a fourth component, such as vanilla extract, will significantly enhance the flavor of these tasty morsels. Forks and Knives has provided this information.

3-Ingredient Flourless Nutella Mug Cake

This mug cake recipe combines the tastes of chocolate and hazelnuts, and it’s all baked in a single little cup for convenience. Pour the ingredients into a microwave-safe cup and heat for slightly over a minute on high until the mixture is smooth. It’s literally that straightforward. (Image courtesy of Kirbie’s Cravings) When you’re looking for dessert recipes on the internet, have a look at one of these suggestions (and don’t forget to tag us in your posts)! Not only are these three-ingredient dessert recipes quick and simple to make, but they are also delicious.

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Maggie works as a writer and editor in the Chicago area (but constantly traveling). Fitness and yoga instructor with a background in writing about wellness, mindfulness, astrology, and healthy living, she specializes in writing about wellbeing, mindfulness, and healthy living.

Top 20 No-Bake Desserts

Are you looking for the greatest sweets to create and enjoy during the hot summer months? I’ve got you covered, trust me! Pies, cookies, nibbles, cheesecakes, dessert salads, and even mousses may be found on this list. Based on YOUR feedback, I will assign them a score ranging from 20 to 1.

What are “No-Bake Desserts”?

To put it another way, you will never have to switch on your oven again. During the hot summer months, there will be no need to heat the house. There will be no turning up the AC so you can prepare something delicious. It’s just plain and simple fun! Are you ready to see the list? To remind you, these are listed in the order of their popularity, and the list concludes with the MOST POPULAR dessert I’ve shared this year. All of it is entertaining, full of flavor, and guaranteed to make you the life of the party!

(Hint: It’s been shared 400,000 times and watched more than a million times on this page.) And the reply is uniformly positive.

24. Banana Cream Pie

Served in a vanilla wafer pie crust, Banana Cream Pie is created with a delightful, creamy banana pudding that is put into the pie crust and then topped with additional bananas and handmade whipped topping. If you’re looking for something truly delicious and rich and savory, this is it!

23. Golden Oreo Dessert

White chocolate and vanilla cookie crust, cream cheese, additional cookies, cinnamon vanilla pudding, and whipped topping are the layers of this no-bake pudding dessert that is made using golden oreo cookies. Finally, as a finishing touch, I added some white chocolate curls as a garnish.

22. Peanut Butter Pudding

Recipe for Peanut Butter Pudding: Peanut Butter Pudding is a rich and creamy homemade pudding prepared with peanut butter that is ideal as a snack or after-dinner dessert. For an extra crunch, top it with some homemade whipped cream and a sprinkling of chopped peanuts.

21.Peaches and Cream Pie

It’s easy to make Peaches and Cream Pie, which has a shortbread cookie crust, a delicious peach filling, a cream cheese layer, and a fresh whipped topping on top. If you enjoy peaches, you should definitely try my Perfect Peach Pie!

20.Banana Split Fluff

Summer treat that is simple and straightforward! Several factors make this dish ideal for your next block party or barbecue, including:

  • It tastes so excellent that it doesn’t even need to be refrigerated. People would believe you have spent hours on it when in fact it simply takes 5 minutes

19.Oreo Fluff Recipe

It has such a delicious flavor that it does not require refrigeration. The average person will believe you have spent hours on it when in fact it takes only 5 minutes;

18.Caramel Shortbread Pie

There are two key components to this pie: the luscious caramel filling and the flaky pie crust. The shortbreadcrust is responsible for that mile-high mountain of buttery delight. You will be the talk of the party with this shortbread that is a show stopper and excellent for anybody who like shortbread! Oh, I almost forgot about the finest part. The complete meal can be put together in about 15 minutes!

17.Lemon Mousse

A lemon mousse produced from home is often created using eggs and heavy cream, as well as a generous amount of fresh lemon juice. Its flavor is delicate and creamy, and it generally has a tangy component to it in addition to the sweetness.

This dish is still delicate and delicious, but it just takes 5 minutes to prepare! When you make a conventional lemon mousse, you still get the smooth, creamy, melt-in-your-mouth delicacy, but you spend a fraction of the time in your kitchen!

16.Cookie Salad

So, what precisely is this “cookie salad” you speak of? A fluffier recipe with a hint of cookie scattered throughout is what you’ll find here. “Can be served as a salad or dessert,” according to the remark in my mother-in-church law’s cookbook. I absolutely want to attend a dinner party when this salad is served as a side dish! Another excellent reason to create this dessert is that it requires no baking at all! Perfect for those hot summer evenings.

15.Rice Krispy Bars

Was this ‘cookie salad,’ as it was dubbed, exactly? A fluffier recipe with a hint of cookie scattered throughout is what you’ll get. “Can be served as a salad or dessert,” according to a remark in my mother-in-church law’s cookbook. I absolutely want to attend a dinner party when this salad is served as a side dish! Another excellent reason to create this dessert is that it requires no baking all. It’s the perfect summer nighttime companion.

14.No-Bake Chex Cookies

So, what precisely is this ‘cookie salad,’ you might wonder. It’s more of a fluff recipe with a few cookie pieces thrown in for good measure. According to the remark in my mother-in-church law’s cookbook, “Can be served as a salad or dessert.” I absolutely want to attend a dinner party when this is served as a side salad! Another excellent reason to create this dessert is that it requires no baking! It’s the perfect summer nighttime read.

13.Lemon Cheesecake Cream Pie

This lemon pie is quite simple to make. How simple is it? It takes less than 5 minutes to put together with only 8 components! Let’s speak about how I achieved the lemon taste in this cream pie for a minute. A conventional lemon pie is made using cornstarch, eggs, and granulated sugar, and it is baked in the oven. To get the same flavor, I attempted to use a combination of REAL lemon juice and lemon essence, blended with confectioners sugar and a cream cheese foundation. and there is no need to bake.

12.No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake

Whenever you have a yearning for the silky smooth deliciousness of Cheesecake but don’t want to turn on the oven, this recipe is great for you! Filling: A creamy and delectable velvet cheesecake filling topped with the ideal Oreo Cookie Crust

11. Orange Creamsicle Mousse

This orange creamsicle mousse is really simple to make, and with only seven ingredients, it can be assembled in under 5 minutes! Consider for a moment the process by which we produce the conventional “creamsicle” flavor. An orange creamsicle bar, such as the one you may purchase at the grocery store, is normally made with vanilla ice cream as the foundation and covered in orange flavored ice. Because we are making a creamsicle mousse, we wanted to use the same flavor combination as we did in the original, but in a lighter and creamier form.

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The end outcome was really stunning!

10.Pineapple Fluff

I have to admit that this was something I refused to eat as a child. I used to think I didn’t like pineapple and would have a tantrum if it was anywhere near me. I was wrong. For the better part of two decades, I avoided all things pineapple-related. On one particularly beautiful summer day in 2005, I “accidentally” consumed some of this Pineapple Fluff by mistake.

The pineapple is crushed so hard that it is difficult to see it in this dish, and I was under the impression that I was tasting strawberry fluff. Well. Since then, I’ve been completely addicted. I’m sorry I lost out on it during the years I was away, but I’m grateful it’s back in my life!

9.Pineapple Dessert

This isn’t your typical Pineapple Dessert, believe it or not. It’s huge, it’s bursting with pineapple flavor, and it’s very light and fluffy! What’s more, the finest thing is. There is absolutely NO BAKE involved! You won’t want to miss myPiggy Pie Dessert if you like this dessert (which I know you will).

8.Peanut Butter Oreo Dessert

Peanut butter is a must in our household. It is a fantastic source of protein, and my children like it. If you are a fan of peanut butter desserts like I am, this is without a doubt one of my personal faves. The rich oreo crust is the ideal match to the peanut butter filling on this pie. This dish has a significant amount of peanut butter, to say the least. In a couple of unusual and incredible ways!

7.Orange Creamsicle Puppy Chow

So you might be wondering what in the world this bizarre creation is all about. Allow me to explain it to you in more detail. Vanilla chocolate (although it is not really chocolate) coated Chex cereal that has been flavored with orange essence and a tiny piece of orange zest has been added to the mix. After that, the mixture is covered with confectioners’ sugar. But then comes the real test: will you be able to stop at just one handful? Nope! It truly tastes like an orange creamsicle, and I just adore how ridiculously simple it is to make!

6.Pistachio Fluff

For some Midwesterners, learning how to prepare Pistachio Mallow Salad is an essential part of their upbringing. The lessons I learnt while standing by my mother’s side bring back such wonderful memories! A Watergate Salad is another name for this dish. I had never heard of that moniker before starting my career as a food writer, and I was intrigued to learn more. This recipe has been around for longer than I have been alive, and it has been enjoyed by many people.

5.Homemade Oreo Rice Krispy Bars

These Oreo Rice Krispy Bars are out of this world delicious. Everything you love about a classicRice Krispy bar, but with a generous helping of Oreo cookies on top! What makes them extra better is that they are baked using handmade marshmallow! It just takes a few minutes to make the handmade marshmallow, and the result is soft, gooey bars every time!

4.Peanut Butter Cookie Dessert

These Oreo Rice Krispy Bars are out of this world. They are very delicious. Everything you love about a classicRice Krispy bar, but with a generous helping of Oreo cookies added in! In addition, handmade marshmallows make them even better! Creating the handmade marshmallow just takes a few minutes, and the result is soft, gooey bars every time!

3.No-Bake Cheesecake

These Oreo Rice Krispy Bars are out of this world. Everything you love about a classicRice Krispy bar, but with a generous helping of Oreo cookies added! And, to top it all off, the marshmallow is prepared from scratch! It just takes a few minutes to make the handmade marshmallow, and the result is soft, gooey bars every time.

2.Orange Creamsicle Pie

You will never have a better tasting no-bake pie than this one!

It’s smooth, creamy, and has the greatest flavor of any no-bake pie you have ever had! And then there’s the flavor! Who doesn’t like a refreshing Orange Creamsicle? What’s the best part? It is quite simple. How simple is it? It takes less than 5 minutes to put together with only 7 components!

1.Blueberry Lemon Heaven Dessert

This Blueberry Lemon Heaven Dessert is as simple to make as it is lovely to consume. I created my own Angel Food Cake, but you can easily purchase one from a store to save time! Moving forward, any dish that incorporates angel food cake can be referred to as “heaven.” Is there anyone who would want to say amen? This dish couldn’t be much easier to make, and it also happens to be rather tasty. Despite the fact that it has been the most popular recipe this summer by a by shot, the reviews speak for themselves.

Friends, have a wonderful No-Baking Day!

75+ Easy No Bake Desserts For When It’s Too Hot To Turn On The Oven

The more dessert you have, the better it is. Feierbach Park is a public park in the city of Feierbach, Germany. It’s beneficial to take a vacation from the oven during the hot months. Impress your guests and family with these beautiful sweets, which need no preparation on your part. There’s something for every sweet craving in this collection, which includes everything from cakes to biscuits to cheesecakes. Are you looking for more summer dessert ideas? Ice cream cakes and ice cream sandwiches are other favorites of ours.

  1. 1 of 82) A sundae is ten times more enjoyable.
  2. Icebox Cake (#2 of 82) It’s very gorgeous and it’s SO simple to create.
  3. Cheesecake in the Shape of a Creamsicle 3of 82 This summer, we’re going to make everything out of creamsicle.
  4. Oreo Cookie Balls (no.
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This would be great for a toppings bar!

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10 of 82) Cheese Ball is a type of cheese that is used to make a ball.

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11 of 82) Cheesecake Bars are a delicious dessert.

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14 of 82) It’s practically hard to make a mistake with them.

15of 82Samoa PieThis pie has all of the flavors of your favorite Girl Scout Cookie in a single serving.

Bites of Red Velvet Cheesecake (no.

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A smooth peanut butter is highly recommended for this recipe!

Perfect Banana Pudding (Page 18 of 82) For the banana pudding of your dreams, look no further than this recipe.

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20 of 82) The gingersnap crust is very delicious.

Squares of Confetti Number 21 of 82 To add a delightful flash of color, use rainbow marshmallows.

Banana Pudding Pops (no.

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While most people are already familiar with chocolate-covered strawberries, how many of you have tried chocolate-dipped oranges?

28 of 82Booze-Covered Strawberries with a Creamy Chocolate Coating Despite the fact that these seem like regular chocolate-covered strawberries, they are really drenched in vodka!

S’mores Banana Pudding (#29 of 82) In one delectable recipe, you may enjoy two of your favorite summer foods.

Caramel Apple Grapes (no.

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16 Delicious Things to Make From All-Purpose Flour — Eat This Not That

No matter how large or little your pantry is, there’s a good chance you have some all-purpose flour stashed away on one of the shelves. Perhaps you use it frequently in baking, or you keep it on hand for other purposes such as thickening soup or breading chicken tenders. Alternatively, you may have purchased a large bag of flour when you made Christmas cookies in the past, and it is now lying miserably in your kitchen, waiting to be put to use. First and foremost, let us clarify: If you’re not sure whether or not your flour is still useable, check the expiration date on the package.

However, you should rely on your senses in this situation; if the scent or taste appears odd in any way, it’s generally best to dump it.

When you’re contemplating ideas for things you can make from cupboard basics, flour may not be the first thing that comes to mind.

It is at this point that we come in!

Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald are two of the most talented people in the world.

This low-calorie biscuit recipe puts a unique spin on traditional Southern-style biscuits.

You will not be able to detect the difference if you use this recipe.

Kiersten Hickman is the author of Eat This, Not That!

Additionally, you don’t need much more than flour and sugar to make them look really stunning.

Find out how to make our Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies recipe.

Have a strong desire to bake cookies but don’t have any Hershey’s kisses or chocolate chips on hand?

You’ll physically make a dent in the top of the jar with your thumb to fit a spoonful of jelly inside.

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You’ll get the knack of ladling just the proper quantity of batter into a perfectly heated pan after a few practice runs, but it is possible.

Find out how to make our Banana-Nutella Crepes recipe.

Perhaps you’ve considered preparing banana bread, but you’ve ran out of butter in the process.

This recipe asks for half the quantity of butter used in previous versions, and Greek yogurt is used to provide moisture to the finished product.

Find out how to make our Banana Bread recipe.

In addition, here’s something you’ve probably never attempted to make yourself: doughnuts.

However, there is one very convincing argument in favor of making your own donuts: you almost certainly already have all of the ingredients on hand.

Find out how to make our Homemade Donuts recipe.

Snickerdoodles are a delicious way to use up any leftover flour in your pantry while also making yourself feel good about your decision.

Find out how to make our Snickerdoodle Cookies recipe.

There are few, if any, things in life that compare to the taste of freshly baked focaccia.

Your home will smell incredible when the perfume of rosemary, garlic, and olive oil fills the air, and it will smell much better when you start creating sandwiches with warm focaccia pieces.

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However, both solutions are equally effective!

Use it for supper right away, or freeze it for up to two weeks in advance.

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Simply combine a few ingredients to make the basic dough, and you’ll have a buttery, flaky canvas on which to layer sweet toppings like as blueberries, chocolate chips, caramel apples, and almonds.

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You’d want to make bread, but you don’t have any yeast on hand.

However, if you don’t have any raisins on hand, it’s quite OK to leave them out.

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Several people are less scared by the prospect of making a flatbread since it will almost likely turn out well enough to be palatable.

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This low-maintenance cake is an excellent introduction to the world of dessert making for novices.

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Biscotti have a delightful crunch to them that holds up nicely when they’re dipped into a cup of hot coffee or chocolate, as shown in the photo.

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We’ve included this excellent scalloped potatoes dish to serve as a reminder that all-purpose flour may be used in a variety of cooking applications.

In this dish, the roux serves as the foundation for a cheesy sauce that will be poured over thinly sliced potatoes that have been roasted until boiling.

This recipe comes from the book The Girl Who Ate Everything. IN CONNECTION WITH: Your ultimate restaurant and supermarket survival guide is now available! Kelly Gomez contributed additional reporting.

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