Easy Desserts

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Sweetheart Sundaes

Sweetheart Sundaes

Sweetheart Sundaes

A creamy peanut butter sauce and cute chocolate garnishes turn plain ice cream into pretty parfaits. "This tempting dessert is easy to make and goes with most any meal," assures Suzanne McKinley of Lyons, Georgia.

Versatile Oat Mix

Versatile Oat Mix

Versatile Oat Mix

In El Dorado, Arkansas, Dorothy Smith uses one oatmeal mixture in three tasty ways. For breakfast, savor a stack of pleasant pancakes, or spread warm muffins with butter, honey or jam. For dessert, a golden fruit crisp offers old-fashioned flavor with the ease of canned pie filling.

Lime Yogurt Pie

Lime Yogurt Pie

Lime Yogurt Pie

This fluffy refreshing pie is a breeze to make because it takes advantage of prepared crust.—Rhonda Olivieri, East Earl, Pennsylvania

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix

You'll love the old-fashioned taste of these chewy raisin-studded cookies shared by Merwyn Garbini. "I tie a jar of this layered mix with a petty ribbon and give it as a housewarming gift or when a mom has a new baby," comments the Tucson, Arizona cook.

Peanut Butter Cookie Parfait

Peanut Butter Cookie Parfait

Peanut Butter Cookie Parfait

You'll need just three ingredients to assemble the cool, creamy and crunchy dessert from Jamie Wright of Kalamazoo, Michigan. "This single-serving sundae is a perfect way to treat yourself...or someone special," she assures.

Marble Loaf Cake

Marble Loaf Cake

Marble Loaf Cake

Joan sometimes adds chocolate syrup to the basic batter to produce the lovely swirls in this moist marbled loaf. "For a sweet finish, top it with a can of prepared frosting...or use your favorite homemade frosting if time allows," she suggests.

Berry Rhubarb Fool

Berry Rhubarb Fool

Berry Rhubarb Fool

A "fool" is a British dessert that's usually made with custard. This is a modified, quicker version I created. My kids love it because it doesn't taste like rhubarb—so I guess it's well named! —Cheryl Miller, Fort Collins, Colorado

Chocolate Mint Ice Cream

Chocolate Mint Ice Cream

Chocolate Mint Ice Cream

"When the weather gets hot, my family really enjoys this cool combination of chocolate and mint," says Fran Skaff of Egg Harbor, Wisconsin. "It doesn't require an ice cream maker—all that you need is an ordinary freezer. My ice cream's versatile, too. We've used crushed Heath bars, Oreo cookies and miniature chocolate chips in place of the Andes candies."

Applescotch Sundaes

Applescotch Sundaes

Applescotch Sundaes

"Oregon produces some of the best apples in the country, so we're always coming up with new and delicious ways to serve them," comments Jayne Schilling, who lives in Salem. "The sweet sauce with tender chunks of apple is heavenly over ice cream, gingerbread or pound cake."

Festive Mint Sundaes

Festive Mint Sundaes

Festive Mint Sundaes

These sundaes are reminiscent of the special dessert served at ladies' club meetings I attended when we lived in Mississippi.—Carole Martin, Tallahassee, Florida

Contest-Winning Chocolate Mint Cookies

Contest-Winning Chocolate Mint Cookies

Contest-Winning Chocolate Mint Cookies

My dad sandwiches mint patties between two tender chocolate cookies to create these chewy treats. The blend of chocolate and mint is a big hit at our house. Best of all, these cookies are easy and fun to make. -Christina Burbage, Spartanburg, South Carolina
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