A real crowd pleaser—French crepes can be eaten hot or cold and sweet or savoury. Thin and crispy on the sides, these French street-food staples are easy to make, even kids can help you whip them up in the kitchen.(more…)
When you don’t have enough time and resources to make a nice, smooth, and creamy ice cream at home, this easy no-churn snickers ice cream recipe has your cravings covered. You don’t even have to buy a real snickers bar to make this dessert possible. With just bananas, some leftover peanut butter, vanilla, and cacao powder, you can enjoy this yummy and sweet offering. (more…)
Ever had something that looked too pretty to eat? This Christmas dessert wreath may look exactly like that, but it will be a waste not to dig in right away and taste its smooth raspberry ice cream. This dessert wreath makes a great centrepiece and is the perfect end to any meal. Show your love for your family and friends this holiday season and make this sweet and edible wreath for them to enjoy!
Summer is not just for barbecues. It’s also the perfect season to enjoy scoops of anything frozen. From ice cream to gelato to yoghurt, the combination of cream with fruit and other delicious ingredients is the best treat to help you cool down. And with so many frozen desserts to choose from, knowing what sets them apart will definitely help you decide which treat would go well with your wafer cone!
If you love everything matcha, then you know how this vibrant green powder can add that something extra to everyday desserts. And when you have biscuits, green tea, and white chocolate waiting in your kitchen, this baked matcha cheesecake recipe is the perfect thing to make. So make the most out of your leftovers and bake a dessert that will surely make your mouth water.
If you are still trying to find the best dessert to cap off your upcoming summer lunch or dinner party, we’re sure this strawberry and pomegranate semifreddo recipe will end your search. It’s sweet, tangy, and cold—the perfect treat to beat the heat! No, it’s not complicated to make at all. And the best part is, you can do it ahead of time even without an ice cream maker.