Mouth-Watering Recipe Ideas: With the busy work schedules, families are busy, and as a result, many families are craving for some of the old fashioned, “high maintenance” desserts that most of us grew up with. Whether it is a visit to a favorite bakery or just a simple barbeque breakfast, mouth-watering dessert recipes are welcomed by our busy families and grandparents. Here are a few of our favorites.
Most families have a favorite cookie recipe, but for our simple, easy, and low-fat version, try the old fashioned chocolate chip cookies. You can use your favorite chocolate recipe, but we prefer to make them with graham cracker crumbs, which add a great texture and taste to the cookies.
We have always loved the traditional French pudding, and this year’s dish is the fruity and sweet combination of plums and raisins. It is so easy and quick to make, even children can enjoy it. You can make this for a brunch for one or a holiday party for the whole family. If you use store-bought, make sure it has plenty of sweeteners added to the pudding mix, because there will be enough left over to serve the family!
The classic dish of the wedding is just about to be reincarnated in our version of this delightful dessert. Caramel sauce made with cream and butter combined with dried cherries, prunes, and orange zest is sure to create a wonderful surprise at any party.
If you have ever tried to make a tiramisu, you know it takes a special cocktail of ingredients to get it right. In this version, we’ve added a little fresh basil, and a little white wine to create a fresh, springy treat.
Fun Kid’s Cookies. At our home, we all love making cookies and donuts, so we decided to take our easy, homemade version and turn it into fun kid’s cookies. For our simple blueberry flavored, sugar-free dough, we simply blend up some dried cranberries, brown sugar, and cinnamon. Then bake until they are golden brown and ready to eat.
Coconut Cake. Coconut cakes can be adapted to make a beautiful dessert or simply make a healthy dessert option. Making a cake with the right amount of coconut oil in it will add the right amount of healthiness to your dessert.
Vanilla Cake. A vanilla cake can easily be turned into a dessert by adding chocolate chips and more vanilla to it. As it should be.
Chocolate Sandwiches. We have made several versions of these delicious cookies, with different flavors, and variations. But we still find ourselves going back to plain old white chocolate.
Pancakes. When pancakes are the main dish, and a side dish, you can find a way to make them less fattening.
Wedding Favor Recipes. The simple recipes that you find on wedding favor kits. With ingredients, you probably already have in your pantry. It can be transformed into delicious desserts that your guests will be asking for when the occasion calls for them.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, or Halloween. There are so many holiday events you can use to whip up some fun desserts for your family. Just think, they will probably be asking for them when they get home. And your sweetie will be thanking you for the great recipe ideas.