Where To Put Food Overnight In Dessert

45 Easy Make-Ahead Desserts

Making this tempting frozen treat is as simple as stirring in micro marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, and crumbled sandwich biscuits to coffee ice cream until everything is combined. —Cherron Nagel, a resident of Columbus, Ohio 2/45

German Chocolate Tres Leches Cake

It was in Ecuador some years ago that I had my first taste of tres leches cake. As a result, I’ve tweaked the recipe a bit by using some of my favorite components, such as chocolate and coconut. This version also contains a dash of rum, making it a special treat for adults only. • Lisa Varner, from El Paso, Texas 3/45

Hot Chocolate Tiramisu

Instead of using coffee and rum, I chose to highlight the flavor of cinnamon in my tiramisu. Best if you consume it within two days after purchasing—assuming it even lasts that long. — Cathy Geniti of Saratoga Springs, New York, is a writer. 4/45

Banana Split Supreme

It features the characteristic flavor of a banana split, which makes it a charming and delectable treat. It’s a refreshing, creamy delicacy that requires no last-minute preparation because it can be served straight from the freezer. It consistently receives positive feedback from our large family. — Marye Franzen, a resident of Gothenburg, Nebraska 5/45

Double Nut Baklava

With the iconic flavor of a banana split, this charming and delectable dessert is sure to please. With no last-minute preparation required, this chilled, creamy delight may be enjoyed right away. Everyone in our large family always compliments it. -Marye Franzen, Gothenburg, Nebraska, United States 5/45

Pumpkin Charlotte

A long back, my mother-in-law sent me this recipe, and I just adore it! Lorelle Edgcomb of Granville, Illinois, says she makes it for her husband and his hunting buddies during hunting season, and it’s a great hit. 7/45

Creamy Hazelnut Pie

Recipe provided by my in-laws, and it is one that I truly like making. Lorelle Edgcomb, of Granville, Illinois, says she makes it for her husband and his hunting buddies during hunting season, and it’s a smash. 7/45

No-Bake Blueberry Cheesecake

Try this delectable cheesecake from Ken Gallagher of Hastings, Nebraska, for a light and airy treat on a hot summer afternoon. Because it does not include eggs, it is lower in weight while being extremely creamy and delicious. Ken Gallagher of Hastings, Nebraska, provided this response. 9/45

Raspberry Ice Cream Delight

This beautiful dessert may be made ahead of time and serves as a light, refreshing finish to a summer meal. I first served it for my aunt’s 85th birthday dinner, and it was a huge hit with everyone! — Mrs. Nancy Whitford of Edwards in New York 10/45

Shortbread Lemon Bars

Over the years, I’ve compiled two family cookbooks, and this particular dish is one of my personal favorites. These unique lemon bars feature a delicious shortbread texture and a light, refreshing lemon taste. I never hesitate to serve this dessert to visitors since I am confident that they would enjoy it. —Margaret Peterson of Forest City, in the United States 11/45

Banana Pudding

It was more than two years before I saw my son, Lance Corporal Eric Harris, when he enrolled in the Marine Corps after graduating from high school. So, when I saw him arrive at the airport, all I did was grab his arm and break down in tears in front of him.

As soon as we arrived at our destination, he devoured two servings of my simple banana pudding recipe. He’s a genuine southern gentleman! Although it is considered a dessert, you may have it for breakfast, lunch, or supper. •Stephanie Harris from Montpelier, Virginia 12/45

Pretzel Dessert

Making a large batch of this sweet and salty, creamy and crunchy delight will save you both time and money in the long run. Any dessert that is left over is equally as delicious the next day. — Rita Winterberger of Huson, Montana, is a writer. 13/45

Contest-Winning Pumpkin Cheesecake Dessert

This rich and creamy spiced pumpkin pie, which is topped with a gingersnap crust and drizzled with maple syrup, never fails to get amazing reviews. It also has a good cut to it. — Cathy Hall of Phoenix, Arizona, sent in this photo. 14/45

Grasshopper Pie

When it comes to making this fluffy and refreshing grasshopper pie, I only need six ingredients. We never seem to be pleased with just one slice of these minty delights, so I generally prepare two of these for us. —LouCinda Zacharias, Spooner, Wisconsin 15/45

Mocha Truffle Cheesecake

This decadent treat was inspired by a period in which I couldn’t get enough cheesecake or coffee, so I made it myself. Its brownie-like crust and creamy mocha layer were both delicious and satisfying. The fact that it may be prepared ahead of time makes it excellent for get-togethers. Shelley Dormady of Great Falls, Montana contributed to this article. 16/45

Shortcut Tres Leches Cake

My mother’s favorite cake is tres leches, which is a butter cake that has been steeped in three different kinds of milk. I created a no-fuss version that is both rich and delicate without the use of any additional ingredients. Canyon Country, California resident Marina Castle Kelley shares her thoughts. 17/45

Nutty Caramel Ice Cream Cake

In order to celebrate a family birthday, we produced this frozen dessert, which was met with rave reviews from everyone who tried it. It’s nothing short of spectacular! Make careful to experiment with different ice cream flavors when making this dish. —Tina Stelzl, Waxhaw, North Carolina 18/45

Frozen Chocolate Cheesecake Tart

I originally served this delectable dessert to a group of guests during a dinner party. They were blown away by the rich flavor and look of the dish. In fact, my husband stated that it was the nicest dessert he had ever had in his whole life. —Heather Bennett from Dunbar, West Virginia 19/45

Orange Cornmeal Cake

This cake bakes up delicate and light, with a mild orange flavor that lingers on the palate. Although it has a delicious flavor, it is quite low in saturated fat. Serve the cake alone or with a dollop of whipped cream and a few strawberries or raspberries to spice it up a little. When served warm, it is delicious; however, the flavor increases with time, so make this a day or two before you want to serve it. Keep the cake at room temperature until ready to serve. Lee Rys of Herndon, Virginia, contributed to this article.

Chocolate Hazelnut Pudding Torte

This recipe for tiramisu is a quick and easy way for a busy parent to make a beloved dessert. Simple to put together, this dish is ideal for preparing the day before you want to serve it to guests. Preparing this meal is the most difficult part; the toughest part is waiting for it to cool before eating it! — Cheryl Snavely of Hagerstown, Maryland, submitted this entry. 21/45

Pumpkin Shortbread Dessert

This is the pumpkin pie that my family likes over the classic pumpkin pie, which is great with me.

Because it serves a large number of people, I just need to create one dessert rather than multiple pies. • Edie DeSpain from Logan, Utah 22/45

Root Beer Float Pie

This is the type of recipe that your children will look back on fondly and remember for a long time. In fact, you won’t even need to turn on the oven. —Cindy Reams from the town of Philipsburg in Pennsylvania 23/45

Caramel Fudge Cheesecake

It’s difficult to say no to this decadent chocolate cheesecake, which has a fudgy crust, crunchy nuts, and a gooey coating of caramel on top. In order to develop this version, I merged many recipes to produce a dessert that appealed to both the chocolate and cheesecake enthusiasts in my family. The writer, Brenda Ruse, of Truro, Nova Scotia 24/45

Frozen Peanut Parfait Pies

People will believe you went through a lot of bother to prepare these beautiful pies, but they are actually fairly simple to make with only six ingredients. This crowd-pleasing dessert is sure to be a success at any potluck or get-together. Munford, Alabama resident Anne Powers shares her thoughts. 25/45

Lemon Ginger Icebox Cake

Everyone is on the lookout for elaborate desserts that require only a few simple ingredients and little work. The solution is in my lemony ginger icebox cake. It is a lifesaver over the holidays. — Suzanne Banfield of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, is the author of this article. 26/45

Cinnamon-Spiced Pumpkin Flan

I really like pumpkin, so I decided to include it into a typical flan dish. In comparison to the traditional Christmas pie, this is an unusual variation. Alissa Rodrigues, a resident of Tetonia, Idaho 27/45

S’more Cheesecake

Flan is one of my favorite desserts, so I decided to include pumpkin into an old-fashioned recipe. In comparison to the traditional Christmas pie, this is a refreshing change of pace. TETonia, Idaho resident Alisha Rodrigues shares her perspective. 27/45

Layered Lemon Dessert Squares

I found this recipe in an old cookbook and tweaked it to make it even more citrus-y and delicious. If you enjoy the tastes of Key lime pie, you may substitute lime for the lemon in this recipe. Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania resident Dawn E. Lowenstein contributed to this article. 29/45

Double-Chocolate Toffee Icebox Cake

My mother-in-law instilled in me the belief that everything can be made to taste nice if you use enough chocolate or cream. This no-bake dessert demonstrates that she was correct. Occasionally, I make layers of chocolate graham crackers in a 9-inch square pan and bake them in the oven. Bee Engelhart of Bloomfield Township, Michigan, contributed to this article. 30/45

Lemon Supreme Pie

A buddy and I like going to a neighborhood restaurant for pie and coffee on a regular basis. When our favorite lemon supreme pie was no longer available, I got to work in the kitchen and came up with this alternative, which we think is even better! In this recipe, the mix of cream cheese and acidic lemon is really delicious. • Jana Beckman from Wamego, Kansas 31/45

Banana Split Icebox Cake

Occasionally, a friend and I will go to a nearby restaurant for pie and coffee to unwind. When our favorite lemon supreme pie was no longer available, I got to work in the kitchen and came up with this alternative, which we think is even better! In this recipe, the mix of cream cheese and sour lemon is really delicious! • Jana Beckman of Wamego, Kansas • 31/45

Chocolate Chip Cookie Delight

Simple chocolate pleasure recipe that can be used for any sort of potluck celebration, and the pan is always empty when it is served. 33/45 —Diane Windley of Grace, Idaho33/45

Tiramisu Cheesecake Dessert

I had never been a fan of tiramisu until I tried this recipe, which has delectable slices of cheesecake between them. Making this dish during this time of year is one of my favorites. •Christie Nelson from Taylorville, Illinois. 34/45

Favorite Banana Cream Pie

My mother’s banana cream pie recipe is a family favorite of hers. This heavenly delicacy has a delicious banana taste, is visually appealing, and is very simple to cut. Joey Grable of Springfield, Missouri sent in this message: 35/45

Chocolate Bavarian Torte

Whenever I bring this visually appealing torte to a potluck, I receive a flurry of requests for the recipe. —Edith Holmstrom, a resident of Madison, Wisconsin 36/45

Banana Sundae Dessert

This banana sundae dessert is likely to become a favorite among the entire family! Every mouthful of this ice cream delicacy contains a hint of chocolate, banana, and strawberry flavors to enjoy. It does take some time to construct, but it is well worth the effort in my opinion. Cleveland Heights resident Caroline Wamelink contributed to this article. 37/45

Blueberry Gelatin Salad

This blueberry jello salad is something I make on a regular basis. People always ask for this tiered dish to be brought at potlucks. This meal can be served as a salad or as a dessert, depending on your preference. Furthermore, cooking it a day ahead of time improves the taste even more! Mildred Livingston, of Phoenix, Arizona, provided the following statement: 38/45

Frozen Mocha Marbled Loaf

This impressive marbled dessert appears to be complicated, but it is actually rather simple to prepare ahead of time and store in the freezer. Frosty slices are a decadent combination of chocolate and coffee that are delicious at any time of the year. • Cheryl Martinetto, from Grand Rapids, Minnesota 39/45

Peanut Butter Cream Pie

Having a fluffy, no-bake peanut butter pie on hand during the summer months is a welcome treat. This pie comes together in minutes. This pie, which is bursting with flavor, is devoured even after a heavy dinner! The writer, JesseAnne Foust, of Bluefield, West Virginia 40/45

Make-Ahead Tiramisu

This version of the iconic Italian dessert is really simple to put together. In addition, it is convenient in that it may be prepared the day before a dinner party or potluck event. Linda Finn, Louisville, Mississippi41/45 —Linda Finn, Louisville, Mississippi

Light Cheesecake

Our family enjoys cheesecake, but I wanted to serve something a little more nutritious this time. I came up with this lighter version that I use for both special occasions and everyday cooking. —Diane Roth from Adams, Wisconsin. 42/45

Chocolate Eclair Delight

How the layers of this eclair torte soften overnight to take on the texture of a cake is quite remarkable. Just before serving this dish, I prefer to coat it with cocoa powder to make it seem more elegant. In Stratford, Ont., Agnes Ward writes: 43/45

Not-Fried Ice Cream Cake

In order to replicate the popular dessert served in many Mexican restaurants, we made this ice cream cake without the deep frying. Making it ahead of time allows you to serve it to a large group of people with little effort. — Cooking at the Taste of Home Test Kitchen 44/45

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Frozen Mocha Torte

This recipe is for an exquisite and delectable dessert that is simple to prepare ahead of time.

Each crisp and delicious slice contains the right combination of mocha and chocolate. In Glenview, Illinois, Aelita Kivirist is a freelance writer. 45/45

Frozen Strawberry Delight

This cold, gorgeous dessert is easy to make, looks beautiful, and is sure to become a family favorite in a short time. Add some fresh blueberries for a patriotic twist on a classic recipe! • Barbara Christensen, a Jacksonville, Florida resident This article was first published on January 3rd, 2019.

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Dessert night time food storage?

I don’t want to go to sleep with my meal in my stomach. However, because there are no trees to hang from in Southern California, I am concerned about rodents gnawing through my food. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Ben I’ve cooked little amounts of food in my cooking pot and then covered the pot with pebbles to keep the heat in. I’ve had minor success trying the same method, but using a stuff sack instead of a pot instead of a frying pan. It left me with a few little bite holes in my stuff sack, but my food was not ruined as a result.

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  2. Hello, An excellent choice is an Ursack with an odorproof lining.
  3. Listed below is a link to the Outsak manufacturing company’s website: Posted on March 23, 2009 at 12:33 a.m.
  4. Most of the lower Colorado and Mojave deserts are sparsely populated, which means there aren’t many creatures to be found.
  5. You’ll never have any issues.
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  7. Because of their extraordinary ability in plundering people’s bags and other belongings, I frequently hear them referred to as “grad school” ravens, squirrels, and so on.

I have anUrsack, but it is rather hefty.

Bears can be found at higher elevations on occasion.

Ali The only issue I’ve ever had was with a ringtail cat on the upper Rio Grande, which happened 35 years ago on the upper Rio Grande.

Something did manage to chew a couple of holes in my son’s hydration pack while he was out getting lunch in Zion National Park last year.

So, what do you do with the remains of your meal once you’ve finished storing your dessert?:) At Costco, I just purchased enough pretzels to last a lifetime.

They are packaged in conveniently sized lightweight plastic containers. They have a capacity of 40 and 55 ounces of pretzels and weigh slightly under 7 ounces. I’m hoping they’ll be able to keep the rats away. Is there anyone who would like a pretzel?

17 Overnight Oats Recipes That Taste More Like Dessert

Allow yourself to take advantage of the fact that these creamy oats nearly make themselves. Fruit, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and cookie dough are all good sidekicks. (Yes, cookie dough is involved!) Thanks to Add A Pinch for their assistance. 1 of 17Overnight Oats with Peaches and Cream Chelsea’s Messy Apron provided the image. Overnight Oats with Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (#2 of 17) Thanks to the generosity of How Sweet It Is 3 of 17Toasted Coconut Overnight Oats (recipe below) The image is courtesy of How Sweet Eats Overnight Oats with a Butter-Roasted Cherry Swirl (#4 of 17) Thanks to Food Faith Fitness for their assistance.

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Where to find late-night sweets: 10 dessert cafes in Philadelphia

Do you enjoy Philadelphia? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to receive all of the information you need about Philadelphia on a daily basis. Several dessert cafés, which have long been regarded key components of several cities’ food scenes, have recently sprung up in Philadelphia. They are exactly what they sound like – restaurants that specialize in handcrafted sweets and are open late on a regular basis. It’s a fantastic alternative to going out to supper and watching a movie. The owner ofKouklet Brazilian Bakehouse, Mardhory Cepedas, explained that “sometimes my husband and I would just want to take a walk for something delicious.” After beginning as a pop-up shop, Kouklet is expanding to become a brick-and-mortar dessert café on East Passyunk Avenue starting in December.

  1. If and when Kouklet opens its doors, it will provide a fresh viewpoint to the city’s late-night sweets.
  2. Where can you get anything like this in Philadelphia?
  3. The addresses are 145 North 11th St.
  4. Chinatown is open from 12 p.m.
  5. on weekdays.
  6. to 12 a.m.
  7. to 10 p.m.

Sunday through Thursday: 11 a.m.

Friday – Saturday A Hunan-Szechuan restaurant that has branched out.

Silky crepe cakes in flavors like as matcha and taro, an ultra-thick panna cotta topped with lychee, and a variety of fragrant milk teas are among the menu’s mainstays.

Moyamensing Ave (Pennsport) Hours of operation: 7 a.m.

Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.

Best friends and business partners own and operate the company together.

There are lots of chocolaty mousses on the menu, as well as typical brunch mainstays (don’t miss the Benedict, which is served with milk toast).

Calpis.

Passyunk Ave.

to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday Wednesday – Sunday Following the purchase of the shop adjacent to Cantina Los Caballitos, baker/owner Cepedas plans to open the area as an all-day and nighttime bakery in December, according to the company.

Can’t wait till the end of the year?

The address is 1013 Cherry St.

to 11 p.m., seven days a week The mango sweets served in the Philadelphia location of this New York City-based restaurant are its most well-known specialty.

Sago is a Southeast Asian variant of tapioca.

In addition to gigantic cream puffs, waffle ice cream sandwiches, and classic sundaes, the restaurant has a full bar.

(Chinatown) Hours of operation: 11 a.m.

Monday through Thursday: 11 a.m.

Friday – Sunday Matcha Cafe is a place where you may enjoy matcha tea.

A beautiful swirl of matcha soft serve may be found atop parfaits of shaved ice and chiffon cake, or it can be found at the bottom of decadent frozen yogurt creations.

(Center City) Hours of operation: 4 p.m.

Wednesday through Thursday: 2 p.m.

10 a.m.

on Fridays 10 a.m.

on Saturday Sun Max Brenner is similar to Old Reliable in that it is the location where you take your children to celebrate piano recitals, winning soccer seasons, and middle school graduations, among other things.

Location: 125 N.

(Chinatown)Hours of operation: 12 pm to 9 p.m.

Expect generous servings, frothy lattes, and box cakes, which are tall, square slices of cake covered with whipped cream and custard.

to 10 p.m., 203 N.

(Chinatown), New York Sunday through Thursday: 12 p.m.

Friday – Saturday In what began out as a tiny tea restaurant in Queens, New York’s Flushing district, has grown into a dessert café franchise with outlets in Philadelphia and Princeton.

Arch Street, 1001 Arch St.

to 8 p.m.

to 9 p.m.

You can get your hands on Korean bingsu, which is made of finely chopped ice sweetened with condensed milk and topped with anything from cake pieces to Oreos, as well as Japanese kakigori, which is like a lighter version of piragua.

Wednesday – Sunday Rim Cafe, owned by Rene Kobeitri (yep, the man behind the 510-foot-long cheesesteak), is a dessert tradition in the Italian Market, most known for the Volcano, a delicious hot chocolate that can be served affogato-style, topped with marshmallows, or combined with espresso.

Menu items include crunchy flavored cannolis and gelato in a variety of flavors, however it is a tiny selection. If you go, you may anticipate a great deal of individual attention and discussion, punctuated by repeated exhortations to “Make it ‘appen!”

20 Desserts for Two That Are Perfect for Date Night

Philly is one of your favorite cities. If you sign up for the Billy Penn email every day, you’ll receive all you need to know about the city of Philadelphia. Several dessert cafés, which have long been considered key components of several cities’ culinary scenes, have recently sprung up in Philadelphia. They are exactly what they sound like – restaurants that specialize on handcrafted sweets and are open late in the evening. Having supper and a movie is a wonderful change of pace. In the past, Mardhory Cepedas, owner of Kouklet Brazilian Bakehouse, and her husband would just go for a walk to get something delicious.

  • As part of Cepedas’s desire to demonstrate “the richness of Brazilian cuisine beyond barbecue,” the confectionary will specialize in bolos (also known as cake rolls) and trifle pastries.
  • Many of Philadelphia’s dessert cafés specialize on Asian-French fusion, such as mille crêpes and tarts flavored with lychee or taro, which is part of a larger industry trend of desserts influenced by Asian cultures being served around the United States.
  • The following are 10 dessert cafés in and around the city where you may spend your nights indulging in sweet treats including pastries, shaved ice, dessert pizza, and luscious hot chocolates.
  • Chinese New Year’s Eve celebrations take place from 12 p.m.
  • in Chinatown Saturday–Thursday: 12 p.m.–12 a.m.
  • –Saturday South Street is open 11 a.m.
  • Monday through Saturday.

to 11 p.m.

–Saturday A Hunan-Szechuan restaurant that has branched out It is a local chain of small batch bakeries known as Bai Wei (previously Sakura Mandarin), A La Mousse, which puts a Chinese twist on traditional French and Italian desserts.

Avenue 14 (E.

to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

A coffee shop, bruncherie, and dessert café owned by Sarah Qi and Trista Tang, CakeJoe is a fusion of tastes originating in France but also including flavors from Japan and China.

Milky Japanese soft drink parodies are the show’s main attractions.

(East Passyunk — to be opened shortly) 1647 E.

Open seven days a week from seven in the morning until seven in the evening From Wednesday through Sunday, there are no classes.

There will be lots of bolos, sonhos, and brigadeiros in the mix, as well as hot breakfast pastries in the morning and more sophisticated desserts in the evening.

You can see a weekly calendar of Kouklet’s pop-up events on their Instagram page.

to 11 p.m.

Its main attraction is sago, a Southeast Asian variation of tapioca that is topped with mango and a variety of fresh fruits and sweet jellies.

You don’t care for mangoes?

Along with large cream puffs and waffle ice cream sandwiches, the eatery also offers conventional sundaes and sundae sandwiches.

to 9 p.m.

From Friday through Sunday, there are no classes.

In fact, Maiko bills itself as Philadelphia’s first-ever boutique dedicated to all things matcha, and the green tea powder is used in a variety of photogenic treats.

1000 N.

1500 Walnut St.

to 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday 2:00 p.m.

on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m.

10 a.m.

on Saturdays and Sundays Sun For parents, Max Brenner is like an Old Reliable, a place where they can take their children to celebrate everything from piano recitals to winning soccer seasons to middle school graduations.

Hours: 12 p.m.

@ 125 N.

(Chinatown) Wednesday through Monday: In the afternoon and evening, this relatively newcomer to the dessert café scene offers a variety of dessert and brunch options that include huge servings, frothy lattes, and box cakes – tall, square slices of cake with layers of whipped cream and custard.

  1. to 10 p.m., 203 N.
  2. (Chinatown) The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday from 12:00 p.m.
  3. Thurs.
  4. The atmosphere is warm and elegant, with high tea presented in the colorful tones of rose and lavender milk teas, green tea-infused pastries, and nutty red bean ice cream, among other delectable options.
  5. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday 11 a.m.
  6. Sunday through Thursday Thurs.
  7. You can get your hands on Korean bingsu, which is made of finely chopped ice thickened with condensed milk and topped with anything from cake pieces to oreos, as well as Japanese kakigori, which is like a lighter version of piragua.
  8. to 10 p.m.
  9. 9th St.
  10. It is owned by Rene Kobeitri, the man behind the 510-foot-long cheesesteak, and is a dessert tradition in the Italian Market.

Menu items include crunchy flavored cannolis and gelato in a variety of flavors, however it is limited in scope. Those who attend may expect plenty of one-on-one time, as well as plenty of chat punctuated by repeated exhortations to “Make it ‘appen!”

Baked Apple Roses

Baked Apple Roses with powdered sugar strewn across the table Photograph courtesy of Ariel Liberda Don’t let the appearance of this gorgeous dessert deceive you; it’s actually much simpler to create than you may believe. “They were both visually appealing and tasty. I’d say they’re just as (or perhaps more) delicious than apple pie, but they’re also more visually appealing and simpler to create “Lorre, the reviewer, expresses his opinion. “An additional plus is that they’re simple to prepare just the proper amount when you’re simply cooking for two or three people.” Advertisement Advertisement

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Simple Crème Brûlée Dessert

Creme Brulee served in a white serving dish Photograph courtesy of Marty Shmanka This twist on a classic date-night dessert yields two separate portions of deliciousness. According to reviewer Heather Ferrigan, “For the first time ever, I prepared crème brûlée for my husband and myself tonight. I used this recipe, and it was really simple and wonderful to make!”

Grand Marnier® Souffle

Souffle served in a maroon serving dish Image courtesy of oh annaleise Chef John expresses himself as follows: “Making this beautiful Grand Marnier souffle and serving it to your beloved at the conclusion of a romantic evening would be a certain way to win her heart. This is a show-stopping dessert that is perfect for any special event.” Advertisement

Chef John’s Chocolate Souffle

In a white souffle cup, a dark chocolate souffle stands tall and proud. Chef John is to be credited for this. “Soufflé for the first time, as well as for the first time creating one. I followed the recipe to the letter and it turned out perfectly. Making it for a special occasion is something I’d definitely do again “Vargyle, one of the reviewers, says

Quick Keto Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Mousse in a white plate with raspberries on top is a beautiful presentation. Image courtesy of France C. You don’t have to be on a ketogenic diet to enjoy this low-carb chocolate mousse that comes together in minutes. According to reviewer Rich, “This dish was wonderful and simple to prepare! It has a flavor similar to chocolate cheesecake.” For the ultimate display for a date night, garnish with raspberries.

Vanilla Berry Parfaits

In a white platter, chocolate mousse is served with raspberries on top. France C. has contributed to this post. If you want to enjoy this low-carb chocolate mousse, you don’t have to be on a ketogenic diet! Commentary by Rich, a reviewer “Despite the fact that it was simple, this dish tasted fantastic. It has a flavor that is similar to that of chocolate cheesecake.” For the ultimate presentation for a date night, garnish with raspberries on top of the cake.

Chef John’s Zabaglione

Two glasses of Chef John’s Zabaglione, please. Chef John is to be credited for this. “In this classic Italian dessert, sweet, luscious fruit is enclosed in a rich yet impossibly light custard,” explains Chef John. “The result is a dish that is both rich and light.” Serve this decadent dessert in a stemmed cocktail glass for a romantic appearance that is sure to impress.

Chef John’s Tiramisu

Tiramisu made by Chef John Photograph courtesy of Irina Ivanova Chef John expresses himself as follows: “This intoxicating, mood-lifting combination is rich and thoroughly gratifying, yet it has a surprisingly light texture for its strength.

Yes, normal cream cheese can be substituted, but mascarpone is significantly superior in flavor.” This traditional Italian dessert is presented in two cups that are separately portioned.

Chef John’s Bananas Foster

Chef John’s Bananas Foster is a delicious dessert. Chef John is to be credited for this. “When you think of show-stopping, special occasion desserts, you don’t normally think of something that can be made quickly, but that’s exactly what you get with bananas Foster,” Chef John adds. “This wonderful New Orleans staple is made with only a few simple ingredients and takes only a few minutes to prepare.” Advertisement

Grilled Peaches with Gingersnaps

A dish of grilled peaches with gingersnaps and ice cream on the side Image courtesy of thedailygourmet In this recipe, the peach is grilled and then drizzled with brown sugar melt before being topped with vanilla ice cream (or frozen yogurt) with crushed gingersnaps. Ideally, this delectable dessert should be enjoyed with a particular someone.

Cannoli Cream Dessert

Dessert consisting of cannoli cream with fruit on top Image courtesy of jmartinez Cannolis in cream form are the most enjoyable to share. “This was a very attractive dessert. I poured it in two tiny drink cups and set it aside “Holiday Baker, a reviewer, expressed her opinion.

One-Bowl Vanilla Cupcakes for Two

Vanilla Cupcakes baked in metal muffin pans Photograph courtesy of Christina Rather of baking a dozen cupcakes for two people, use this recipe to make the exact number of cupcakes you need for your date night celebration. “Outstanding,” writes reviewer MSmith. “I made it and fell in love with it, so I made another 12.” Advertisement

Strawberries Romanov

Strawberries in the style of the Romanovs Image courtesy of Flip4GoodFood “A quick and beautiful strawberry dessert created with fresh strawberries and an enticing cream sauce,” explains recipe creator Alexandra Romanov. “A quick and elegant strawberry dessert made with fresh strawberries and an appealing cream sauce.” “It looks just as delicious as it tastes!” Fill two parfait glasses halfway with the mixture, then top with mint leaves and shaved chocolate.

Mini Cherry Pies

Mini Cherry Pies in a Miniature Size Photograph courtesy of Joshua Thom According to recipe author Lisawas, “I used to always make a conventional cherry pie, and there would always be half a pie left over after serving” when she made the pie. “I really enjoy this little version since it allows me to manufacture only two at a time. When my spouse and I are having supper together, this is the perfect solution.”

Loopy’s Baked Apple Crisp

Loopy’s Baked Apple Crisp is a delicious dessert. Image courtesy of lutzflcat This apple crisp is supposed to be shared between two people. Reviewer lutzflcat writes, “This may not look like your standard apple crisp, but it tastes every bit as excellent, plus it’s so much easier to make.” ‘This would make an especially great dessert if you happen to have unexpected guests drop by.’ Advertisement

Deep Fried Candy Bars

Candy Bars that have been deep fried Melissa Goff is credited with this image. If you prefer a more casual approach to date night, these deep fried candy bars are a delicious and entertaining dessert option.

Upon being dusted with powdered sugar, they take on the look of a traditional French pastry. Is there a certain candy bar that your loved someone enjoys? You may simply personalize this dessert by using the sweets of your guests’ choice.

Fresh Strawberry Lemon Shortcake

On a platter, there are four Strawberry Lemon Shortcakes. Image courtesy of Lady at the Stove Strawberry shortcake has never been more romantic as it is right now (and adorable). “The delicious aromas of this fresh strawberry shortcake are brought out by the lemon zest and yogurt,” explains fioremarie, the recipe’s author.

Valentine Chocolate Souffle with Mocha Sauce

Raspberry-topped Chocolate Souffle with Mocha Sauce and ice cream in a red plate with chocolate shavings Image courtesy of Smart Cookie An indulgent mocha sauce is poured on top of a dark chocolate souffle for Smart Cookie’s Valentine’s Day confection. Serve these in ceramic ramekins and top with vanilla ice cream and raspberries for a festive presentation. Advertisement

Ooey Gooey Brownies for Two

Brownies for Two in a Cup is a recipe for success. Photograph courtesy of Paula Bring out the spoons, everybody. However, your special someone will never suspect that this ooey-gooey brownie is so quick and simple to create! According to reviewer Paula, “This turned out beautifully in the oven, with a crispy top and a delicate interior. Served warm with vanilla ice cream, this dish would be fantastic!”

Black Forest Cake Cocktail

Cocktail with Black Forest Cake Image courtesy of thedailygourmet The best way to enjoy this alcoholic milkshake is with two straws. sharlon1, the recipe’s originator, says, “It’s like having a slice of Black Forest cake in a glass! If preferred, garnish with maraschino cherries or with whipped cream and grated chocolate, or serve as is with no garnish.”

10 delicious dessert recipes

Smooth and creamy chocolate mousse is a timeless classic, and this decadent gluten-free dessert dish is really simple to prepare. Preparation: Whip the mousse with the dark chocolate until it is stiff, then refrigerate overnight before serving with whipped cream and chocolate shards if desired. There aren’t many more beautiful dinner party desserts than this one!

  1. Using a heatproof bowl, place the chocolate, butter, and 75ml warm water (see tip below) over a pan of just simmering water and stir until smooth. With a wooden spoon, gently push the chocolate and butter into the heated water to help it melt, being careful not to stir too much at this point. Remove the bowl from the heat when three-quarters of the butter and chocolate have melted. Stir until the chocolate is melted, smooth, and shiny. Set aside until the mixture is lukewarm. Working rapidly, incorporate the egg yolks into the chocolate mixture, one at a time, using a spatula to do so. In a second bowl, beat the egg whites to soft peaks using an electric mixer, then gradually add the sugar while whisking constantly until firm peaks form
  2. Stir the egg whites into the chocolate mixture gently, folding in approximately a fifth of the whites at a time, being careful not to knock out the air bubbles in the process. Pour the mixture into wine or dessert glasses, cover with clingfilm, and place in the refrigerator overnight to set
  3. Before serving, beat the cream (if used) to soft peaks just before serving. Add a teaspoon of cream to the top of each glass and garnish with chocolate shards, if desired

A good rule of thumb is to combine one-third boiling water with two-thirds cold water to get the optimal warm water temperature. More information may be found here. Recipes for desserts More information about this dish may be found here.

  • Ingredients: 100g classic 74 percent dark chocolate, chopped, plus extra shards for decoration (optional)
  • 100g classic 74 percent dark chocolate, chopped
  • 25 g cubed butter
  • 25 g flour 3 big eggs, broken into thirds
  • 2-1/2-tablespoons caster sugar
  • 2-1/2-tablespoons heavy whipping cream (optional)

Never Put Hot Food In the Fridge, Here’s Why

Have you finished your steaming hot bowl of stew and are now heading to the refrigerator to store the leftovers? Stop! It’s possible that you’ll want to let it drop down to room temperature before placing it in the refrigerator. In our haste to do all of the kitchen chores in a jiffy, we frequently find ourselves storing items that are still warm in the refrigerator. Was it ever brought to your attention that this can be extremely harmful for you and your family? The primary goal of freezing food is to prevent it from losing its nutritional value while also keeping it fresh and uncontaminated for an extended length of time.

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  • However, it is OK to store slightly heated food in the refrigerator.
  • If you must refrigerate food, you should at the very least allow it to come down to room temperature before doing so.
  • By storing hot meals in the refrigerator, you put other perishable goods (such as eggs, vegetables and meat) at danger of contamination.
  • Shalini Manglani, Nutrition expert from Bangalore advises that “hot food should not be kept out for longer than two hours as bacteria starts to proliferate after this.
  • Rupali Dutta, a consultant nutritionist, notes that it is always preferable to keep all perishable foods, such as milk, vegetables, meat, and cooked meals, in order to prevent rotting.
  • It also helps to chill the food faster; split the meal into smaller chunks so that it cools quickly and can be frozen sooner to minimize contamination of the food.

As a bonus, this keeps the odors of different meals from mingling together while also keeping bacteria out.

Dutta, frozen food may be preserved for up to almost two months, but it must be checked for edible quality by looking at the color, odor, and taste of the food.

This is not true.

When using an older model, you can opt to take additional measures, such as keeping hot food in airtight containers to minimize condensation and icing on the surface of the food.

If you must store hot food in the refrigerator, avoid storing hot food in large containers that will take up too much space.

They will take longer to cool this way.

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Place them in smaller containers to save space.

Before putting the meal in the refrigerator, you can quickly chill it in an ice water bath to keep it cool.

Alternatively, you can leave it on the counter until the steam ceases.

Wrap the hot liquids that you plan to chill in plastic wrap.

Generally speaking, it is always desirable to arrange the containers (whether hot or moderate) in a strategic manner, taking into consideration the gaps between them, in order to guarantee improved air circulation and effective cooling.

Sushmita Sengupta’s biography Sushmita and her sister have a big appetite for food, and they enjoy everything that is tasty, cheesy, and fatty.

Reading, watching movies, and binge-watching television episodes are some of her other favorite recreational activities aside from talking about food with friends.

How to Keep Baked Goods Moist Overnight

Images courtesy of Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images Fresh baked items are at their finest when served immediately, whether they are hot from the oven or fresh from the bakery down the street. Unless properly preserved, baked products have a tendency to dry up during storage, moving from moist and melt-in-your-mouth to dry and crumbly in as little as a day if not properly stored. Making your favorite baked products moist and tasty while storing them may be accomplished by properly packing them to maintain their moisture overnight.

Step 1

Freshly baked items should be allowed to cool to room temperature on a rack before storing them. Wrapping a heated object causes the moisture in the box to condense, resulting in a dry inside and a wet exterior, depending on the temperature.

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Step 2

Wrap raw baked items in two layers of plastic storage wrap, or in a single layer of plastic wrapped with a layer of aluminum foil, to prevent them from drying out. Wrap the object securely to ensure that no air is trapped between it and the plastic. Place little baked products such as cookies or rolls in a ziptop bag and push out all of the air before sealing it. Preventing the baked food from drying out early is accomplished by sealing it off from the air.

Step 3

Place frosted baked products, such as cakes, in an airtight container that has been carefully closed. Plastic storage containers or a cake box can be used for storing items. Cakes with whipped cream frosting and cakes with cream fillings should be stored in the refrigerator.

Step 4

Baked items with frosting, such as cakes, should be stored in an airtight container that is securely covered to keep out moisture and air. If you need to store something, use plastic storage containers or a cake box. Cold storage is recommended for whipped cream-frosted cakes and cakes with cream filling.

Step 5

In order to ensure the freshest taste and moistest texture, the baked items should be served within 24 hours of baking. Baked products may be stored for up to three to five days if they are properly wrapped, but they will begin to dry up if they are left out for an extended period of time.

20 Healthy Dessert Ideas To Satisfy Your Night Time Sweet Tooth (Week 30)

I’m sure we’ve all been there at some point. At the end of the day, we all want something to show our appreciation for a job well done. Relax, unwind, and indulge in a sweet tooth indulgence. Whenever things have been going well for a time, it appears that clients are interested in knowing how to keep on track towards the end of the night. Consider reading this post – How I Quit Late Night Nibbling and You Can, too! – if you find yourself snacking at night when you aren’t actually hungry. In order to create healthy habits one week at a time, participants in the 52 Weeks to 52 Healthy Habits challenge must complete 52 weeks.

  • The majority of individuals choose desserts that are simple.
  • There’s no mess, no bother, just pure joy.
  • 1/2 cup of ice cream contains around 300 calories, and who consumes only 1/2 cup of ice cream?
  • I prefer to make sure that my dessert contains a sweet component as well as protein and/or healthy fats to help me stay on track while eating it.
  • Despite the fact that I no longer regularly monitor calories, I’m grateful that it taught me to be cautious of high-calorie items.
  • However, I keep certain meals out of the house on the majority of occasions.
  • However, this does not rule out dessert as an occasional indulgence; rather, I want to ensure that my everyday dessert contains a sweet component as well as protein and/or healthy fat to help keep me on track.

This week’s goal is to begin including desserts into your weekly meal plan in the same way you would any other item on your menu.

Fruit Based:

Make pie filling by microwaving for 20-30 seconds and topping with homemade granola for an extra crunch if you like it.

2.Coconut Cream Berries

A teaspoon of canned coconut cream on top of berries or other fruit is a delicious dessert.

3.Baked Nut Butter Apples

Core one apple, fill the cavity with oats, and spread in your favorite nut or seed butter (peanut, sunbutter, nutella almond, etc.) Place on a baking sheet that has been coated with cooking spray and bake for 35 minutes or until the apple is soft (30-40 minutes).

4.Nutella Stuffed Strawberries

Fill cored strawberries with Nutella and serve immediately. In addition, I’ve packed them with a peanut butter yogurt dip that is quite amazing!

5.Magic Shell Banana Bites

Freeze banana in chunks, then combine heated coconut oil (1-2 tablespoons) and 1 tablespoon chocolate powder. Roll the frozen banana in the chocolate mixture, and it will freeze instantly, allowing you to enjoy!

Chocolate:

The best way to gain the greatest health advantages is to consume 70% or more of your calories.

7.Plain Yogurt With Vanilla Stevia topped with Dark Chocolate

Desserts made with yogurt are a terrific way to obtain a lot of nutrients while also staying on track. To make your yogurt more chocolaty, mix in a teaspoon of cocoa powder, or sprinkle chocolate chips on top before serving. Plain yogurt, chobani naturals, and siggis are some of my favorite low-sugar options. I do, however, occasionally indulge on higher-sugar types and consume them as a sweet treat. For example, the Trader Joe’s coconut yogurt is a personal favorite of mine.

8.Dark Chocolate covered almonds handful

Or any flavored nut; there are a plethora of varieties available, including cinnamon, chocolate, and honey roasted nuts, among others.

9.Peanut Butter Chocolate Bites

Toss in some cinnamon, chocolate, or honey-roasted nuts, or any other flavored nut of your choice; the possibilities are endless!

10.Peanut Butter Swirl Breakfast Brownies

There are a plethora of recipes available for healthy brownies that include nutritious foods such as sweet potatoes, legumes, bananas, and little or no added sugar. It’s only a matter of being bold and discovering one that you truly like!

Filling:

If you are truly hungry in the middle of the night, you may want to opt for a higher protein choice instead.

11.Cottage Cheese with fruit

If you like it a bit sweeter, pour a little honey on top before serving.

12.Coconut Peanut Butter Fudge

There are a thousand different freezer fudge recipes, just like there are a thousand different brownie recipes. Every week, I prepare some variation of this and have a tiny piece of it after dinner as a dessert.

13.Mini Protein Shake (other than chocolate flavor)

Simply avoid protein shakes that include a high concentration of vitamins. A high dosage of B-Vitamins, which may be found in many post-workout protein smoothies, may help you stay awake.

14.Chia Pudding or Chia Protein Pudding

When I post a chia pudding dish, I usually categorize it under the breakfast area. Most of the time, what happens is that I consume half of it for breakfast and the other half for dessert. Cocoa coconut chia pudding, chia protein pudding, sunbutter chia pudding, and Butterfinger chia pudding are some of the variations.

15.Protein cookies

As a treat, I really enjoy sun buttersweet potato protein cookies, but there are several protein cookie recipes to choose from online.

Experiment with several recipes until you discover one that you really like!

16.Pumpkin Protein Pudding

I created this multiple times last fall but didn’t take any pictures of it. Combining 1/2 cup of pumpkin with your preferred sweet protein powder will result in a delightful sweet pudding consistency.

Other:

Freeze canned coconut milk into ice cubes, then mix in a food processor with stevia drops until the consistency of ice cream is achieved. –

18.Glass of wine

Freeze canned coconut milk into ice cubes, then mix in a food processor with stevia drops until the consistency of ice cream is reached. –

19.Low Sugar Kind Bars or Protein Bars

Keep in mind that what you choose to do at night is heavily dependent on your present objectives. If you are attempting to manage a certain health condition or reduce weight, some alternatives may be more beneficial than others for you. Alternatively, if you feel you want assistance with this, please visit my nutrition services page.

20.Paleo Breads

Paleo bread recipes frequently use ingredients such as coconut or almond flour, which are abundant in protein and beneficial fats. I prepare paleo bread on a regular basis and eat it for dessert instead of breakfast. You may eat them hot or cold, but I prefer to cook mine for 20 seconds on the stovetop and top them with a slice of salted Kerrygold butter. My favorite paleo bread recipes are chocolate cranberry pumpkin mini loaves, coconut almond paleo bread, and cinnamon raisin paleo bread, among others.

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  • Coconut flour and almond flour are frequently used in paleo bread recipes since they are high in protein and good fat. I prepare paleo bread on a regular basis and eat it for dessert rather than breakfast. I like to cook mine for 20 seconds in the microwave and top with a slice of salty Kerrygold butter. They are excellent hot or cold, but I like mine hot. I really enjoy the chocolate cranberry pumpkin mini loaves, coconut almond paleo bread and cinnamon raisin paleo bread, to name a few of my faves. Was this series something you missed, or did you wish you could see it again? It’s not a big deal. I’ve compiled all of the pieces into an e-course that aligns exactly with the healthy habits series. Check it out! The ability to learn the abilities necessary to successfully enhance your health, increase your energy, and lose those unwanted pounds will be achieved by focusing on one good habit every week. Most importantly, you’ll do it without even recognizing you’re doing it. Every single Hungry Hobby RD client has one or more of these 52 behaviors, which I go through with them. If you want to get off the diet wagon and see the results you desire, you must develop these behaviors. Is there anything more you need to do? Supportive material such as tips and tricks will be included in the e-course to assist you in ingraining each good habit into your permanent lifestyle. Expense of the automated series for the entire year is $26 dollars (less than 50 cents per week), which helps me pay the cost of automating the emails through my server and saving time. Thanks! To truly prepare for success while still saving money, see this article.) What Should I Have for Lunch or Dinner? In addition, meal plan memberships include access to this E-Course as part of the overall subscription price! A helpful Facebook community, as well as a ton of other bonuses, are included
  • Be sure to check them out! Was this series something you missed, or did you wish you could see it again? It’s not a big deal. I’ve compiled all of the pieces into an e-course that aligns exactly with the healthy habits series. Check it out! The ability to learn the abilities necessary to successfully enhance your health, increase your energy, and lose those unwanted pounds will be achieved by focusing on one good habit every week. Most importantly, you’ll do it without even recognizing you’re doing it. Every single Hungry Hobby RD client has one or more of these 52 behaviors, which I go through with them. If you want to get off the diet wagon and see the results you desire, you must develop these behaviors. Is there anything more you need to do? Supportive material such as tips and tricks will be included in the e-course to assist you in ingraining each good habit into your permanent lifestyle. Expense of the automated series for the entire year is $26 dollars (less than 50 cents per week), which helps me pay the cost of automating the emails through my server and saving time. Thanks! To truly prepare for success while still saving money, see this article.) What Should I Have for Lunch or Dinner? In addition, meal plan memberships include access to this E-Course as part of the overall subscription price! A helpful Facebook community, as well as a ton of other bonuses, are included
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