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Easy Dessert Recipes

Looking for more easy dessert recipes? Find many more easy dessert recipes, easy chocolate dessert recipes, and easy dessert recipes for parties.

Easy Lemonade Icebox Pie

Easy Lemonade Icebox Pie

Easy Lemonade Icebox Pie

"I first made this easy freezer dessert for visitors at our local art museum," notes Jeannie Brown, Overland Park, Kansas. "It's rich and sweet, with just the right touch of tartness. Whenever I serve it, it gets lots of compliments...and I get lots of requests for the recipe!"

Hedgehog Cookies

Hedgehog Cookies

Hedgehog Cookies

These little treats are as cute as they can be and delicious, too. A lady from my garden club shared this recipe one Christmas, but they're good for any occasion. They're a hit with both kids and grown-ups. -Sandi Pichon, Slidell, Louisiana

Autumn Pear Dessert

Autumn Pear Dessert

Autumn Pear Dessert

After a filling meal, this elegant little dessert hits the spot...and it's a snap to fix! Patricia Olson from Germantown, Maryland serves a warm pear with a few simple ingredients. "For a lighter dessert, substitute vanilla yogurt for the whipped topping," she suggests.
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Peanut Butter Cashew Sundaes

Peanut Butter Cashew Sundaes

Peanut Butter Cashew Sundaes

These sundaes make a cool finale to any summer meal...and these tasty ice cream treats go together in a snap.—Betty B. Claycomb, Alverton, Pennsylvania

Peach Frozen Yogurt

Peach Frozen Yogurt

Peach Frozen Yogurt

"When peaches are in season, we order them by the bushel," says Stephanie Nohr of Cornell, Wisconsin. "This quick and creamy frozen treat has wonderful fresh fruit flavor. It's a big hit with everyone in my family."

German Plum Tart

German Plum Tart

German Plum Tart

The buttery crust of this fruit-filled treat melts in your mouth. You can substitute sliced apples or peaches for the plums with great results. I've used this crust with blueberries, too. -Helga Schlape, Florham Park, New Jersey

Five-Minute Trifle

Five-Minute Trifle

Five-Minute Trifle

Frozen pound cake, pudding mix and whipped topping make this trifle easy to assemble…and true to its name. Any type of cake can be used. Then add your favorite berries or fruit and any flavor of pudding. Chocolate cake, canned cherry filling and chocolate pudding make it a Black Forest variation that’s delicious.—Julia Trachsel, Victoria, British Columbia

German Chocolate Bars

German Chocolate Bars

German Chocolate Bars

"My mom gave me this recipe at Christmas when I wanted to make something different and yummy for gifts," notes Jennifer Sharp of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. "The chewy bars can be cut into larger pieces, but they're very rich," she adds.

Butterscotch Peanut Treats

Butterscotch Peanut Treats

Butterscotch Peanut Treats

In Petaluma, California, Bernice Martinoni uses pudding mix to stir up these sweet, crunchy no-bake bites. "If you like butterscotch, you will love these delicious treats," she assures.

Arctic Orange Pie

Arctic Orange Pie

Arctic Orange Pie

This frosty pie is so easy to make. I have tried lemonade, mango and pineapple juice concentrates instead of orange, and my family loves each one. —Marie Przepierski, Erie, Pennsylvania

Cinnamon Bread Shapes

Cinnamon Bread Shapes

Cinnamon Bread Shapes

This four ingredient treats rely on convenient refrigerated breadstick dough and feature a tasty topping. After the dough is dipped in a mixture of pecans, sugar and cinnamon, it can be tied in simple knots, coiled like cinnamon rolls or twisted into a variety of fun shapes. Then simply pop them in the oven until golden.—Maureen Dongoski, Petersburg, West Virginia
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