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Desserts for Two

Looking for desserts for two? Find dessert for two recipes including romantic desserts for two, chocolate desserts for two, and more desserts for two recipes from the cooking for two magazine.

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Our Test Kitchen created this sweet, but-not-too-sweet variation on rice pudding. It's a great way to use up leftover rice.
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Apple Crisp with a Twist

Apple Crisp with a Twist

Apple Crisp with a Twist

Nicely spiced apple crisp gets a delightful twist from Marilynn Ostrander of Lehigh Acres, Florida. She drops sweet dollops of apricot jam over the traditional crumb topping. Served warm, it pairs well with ice cream or frozen yogurt.

Doughnut Cakes

Doughnut Cakes

Doughnut Cakes

Need something sweet after dinner? Use up leftover cake doughnuts and cream cheese in this recipe. If you don't have lemon curd, use a teaspoon of lemon extract in the frosting and any other preserves that you have on hand.

Mocha Cream Puffs

Mocha Cream Puffs

Mocha Cream Puffs

Looking for a special-occasion dessert that's easy to fix? Try these golden puffs with a chocolaty filling from Aimee Kirk (at right with husband Rance) of Jacksonville, Alabama.
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Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Anne Betts of Kalamazoo, Michigan says her husband often requests this moist rich cake. "It's great with a cup of coffee," she suggests.

S'more Ice Cream Pie

S'more Ice Cream Pie

S'more Ice Cream Pie

The next best thing to that classic campfire treat? Try this easy but elegant-looking freezer pie from our Test Kitchen. It melts in your mouth!

Cranberry Almond Macaroons

Cranberry Almond Macaroons

Cranberry Almond Macaroons

You'll relish this guilt-free take on a classic cookie, enhanced with cranberries and luscious dark chocolate. “My son is diabetic, and he loves these,” says Ramona Cornell of Levittown, New York. “A co-worker calls them 'a piece of coconut heaven'.”

Macaroon-Topped Rhubarb Cobbler

Macaroon-Topped Rhubarb Cobbler

Macaroon-Topped Rhubarb Cobbler

Crumbled macaroons are a surprising addition to this cobbler's topping. Serve hearty helpings alone or with vanilla ice cream.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Chocolate Mint Pudding

Our Test Kitchen came up with this creamy, lactose-free dessert that could also be used in a parfait, as a filling or as a dip for fruit or pound cake. You'll love the rich chocolaty-mint flavor. TIP: If you don't care for mint, leave out the extract. For a more mousse-like dessert, stir in some non-dairy topping.

Strawberry Mousse in White Chocolate Cups

Strawberry Mousse in White Chocolate Cups

Strawberry Mousse in White Chocolate Cups

It’s hard to believe a dessert this stunning requires only six ingredients! The adorable white chocolate cups hold a sweet strawberry mixture topped with sliced berries and a dollop of cream. Suzette Jury of Keene, California submitted the recipe.

Ambrosia Dessert

Ambrosia Dessert

Ambrosia Dessert

This easy-to-make dessert from Jeanette Bretthauer of Aurora, Illinois has a yummy flavor and a melt-in-your-mout texture. "I have also made it with chocolate crumbs and crushed candy canes for the holidays," Jeanette notes.

No-Bake Cherry Dessert

No-Bake Cherry Dessert

No-Bake Cherry Dessert

“I adapted this recipe from one given to me by my first best friend, Sandy, in 1966,” said Judy Harris of McRae, Georgia. “I often made it for my children and now when they come home for a visit, they still love it. I shared this recipe with a local restaurant owner and he tweaked it for his menu.”
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