Budget Dessert Recipes

Looking for Budget Dessert recipes? Find budget dessert recipes including cheap and easy to make cookies, cakes, and more cheap dessert recipes.

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Apple Spice Snack Cake

Apple Spice Snack Cake

Apple Spice Snack Cake

"Nothing could be simpler or more delicious than this moist apple cake," relates Reba Savoie of Roswell, New Mexico. It's easy to create the four-ingredient treat with a spice cake mix...and even easier on your pocketbook at just 18 cents per piece.

Homemade Chocolate Syrup

Homemade Chocolate Syrup

Homemade Chocolate Syrup

For a tasty low-cost treat, try sundaes made with this syrup. I use this microwave recipe so often I have it memorized.—Sharon Mensing, Greenfield, Iowa

Traditional Sponge Cake

Traditional Sponge Cake

Traditional Sponge Cake

This light and spongy cake makes a fitting finale to any meal.—Arlene Murphy, Beverly Hills, Florida
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Magic Apple Pie

Magic Apple Pie

Magic Apple Pie

"This pie is unique-it forms its own crust on top as it bakes, and it has a chewy cake-like consistency," says Helen Hassler of Reinholds, Pennsylvania. It's inexpensive, too-just 13 cents per slice!

Norwegian Apple Cake

Norwegian Apple Cake

Norwegian Apple Cake

Lucia Johnson of Massena, New York bakes this nutty apple cake that's pleasantly topped with a simple cinnamon-sugar mixture. It's sweetly priced at just 19¢ a slice. "Serve it with a dollop of whipped topping," she suggests.

Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Bars

Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Bars

Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Bars

These tender bars from Rita Christianson of Glenburn, North Dakota have a sweet raisin filling tucked between a golden oat crust and topping. The old-fashioned treats are perfect for potlucks and cost a mere 20¢ each.

Peanut Butter Drops

Peanut Butter Drops

Peanut Butter Drops

Shredded zucchini is the ingredient that sets these peanut butter cookies apart from others. The soft moist treats from Patricia Teller of Lewiston, Idaho have a sweet price-just 5 cents a cookie.

Mock Apple Pie

Mock Apple Pie

Mock Apple Pie

My mother made this dessert often during the Depression, and our guests were always astounded that soda crackers could be such convincing 'apples'!—Shirley Hunter, St. Paul, Minnesota

Orange Sponge Cake Roll

Orange Sponge Cake Roll

Orange Sponge Cake Roll

"This recipe looks hard, but it isn't," confides Michelle Smith of Sykesville, Maryland. "People will think you spent hours working on this pretty melt-in-your-mouth sponge cake."

Pistachio Cream Dessert

Pistachio Cream Dessert

Pistachio Cream Dessert

With its crisp crumb crust, ice cream filling and crunchy toffee topping, frozen Pistachio Cream Dessert is a cool way to top off any warm-weather meal. “I find the candy bars crush more easily when cold or frozen,” says Hazel King of Nacogdoches, Texas.

Apple-Berry Streusel Bars

Apple-Berry Streusel Bars

Apple-Berry Streusel Bars

With fruity filling and nutty topping, these attractive bars taste like they cost a pretty penny.—Jane Acree, Holcomb, Illinois
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