End your day on a sweet note with these quick and easy dessert recipes. Our collection of speedy treats includes creamy shakes, quick-bake cookies, fruit parfaits, and more dreamy desserts -- all ready in 30 minutes or less!
Gluten-free and oh, so good, this easy dessert gains crisp flavor from seasonal berries, fresh mint, and shredded lemon peel. Layer the parfait with vanilla- and agave nectar-infused ricotta for a low-calorie dessert that's (almost) too pretty to eat.
Sticky s'mores, the ooey-gooey campfire classic, aren't just for kids anymore. A sprinkle of rosemary and orange peel plus a layer of juicy raspberries transform the succulent stacks into a seriously gourmet dessert.
Dougnut holes, chocolate frosting, and your favorite candy bar: each sweet treat is delicious alone but even better together. After being frosted and sprinkled with candy, the mini doughnuts are ready to be devoured. Just add lollipop sticks for easy serving!
Homemade cookies warm from the oven in just 30 minutes? Believe it. Rolled oats and crisp granola give this lunchbox-ready dessert a healthy spin. And don't forget the milk!
Reimagine the classic combination of strawberry and rhubarb by stacking it with luscious cheesecake cream. For a potluck-perfect take on strawberry shortcake, serve the 20-minute dessert with shortbread cookies.
Make breakfast for dessert in just 20 minutes by cooking thick slices of angel food cake French toast-style. Top the masterpiece with a pile of fluffy whipped cream, fresh berries, and sugary-sweet syrup.
Get the melt-in-your-mouth texture of baked apples in half the time with these caramelized apples that cook on the stove top. Sprinkle the fruit with brown sugar and ground ginger then scoop onto vanilla ice cream for a decadent weekday treat.
For a sweet summer treat that's ready in minutes, toss juicy banana slices onto the grill, then stack them with butter cookies and a chocolate-hazelnut spread. Not a banana fan? Swap in your favorite fruit and adjust the cooking time accordingly.
Kick canned whipped cream to the curb. Our homemade whipped cream recipe requires just three ingredients, 10 minutes, and a delicious dessert to top.
This 10-minute dessert features the dynamic duo of coffee and chocolate swirled into a satisfying shake. For a gourmet finish, top each treat with grated dark chocolate.
Upgrade purchased wafer cookies into a fancy dessert by dipping and drizzling with creamy chocolate and chunky coconut frosting. The no-bake recipe produces 40 gourmet cookies, making it perfect for parties and potlucks.
For a fresh take on the English trifle, layer banana slices, sweet multigrain clusters, and a smooth mixture of low-fat yogurt, honey, and peanut butter. The stacked sweet packs 13 grams of protein.
Tart Granny Smith apples and rich Brie cheese fill flour tortillas for the ultimate combination of sweet and savory. A drizzle of caramel topping makes the already-irresistible dessert undeniable.
Fresh orange adds a tangy contrast to the rich and creamy chocolate sauce poured over lightly toasted slices of pound cake. The secret ingredient? A pinch of instant coffee crystals to enhance the chocolate's richness.
Slices of fresh pear balance the sweetness of this rich maple-infused pudding. Golden toasted pecans top the vanilla dessert with a warm and crunchy finish.
These crisp and sweet pastries are a snap to make thanks to store-bought piecrust. Serve the spiced squares alongside your favorite ice cream for an easy post-dinner indulgence.
This twist on the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich features all your favorite flavors in a fun (and fast!) new format. Just sprinkle jelly-glazed fresh fruit, honey-roasted peanuts, and crumbled peanut butter cookies on top of a satisfying scoop of vanilla ice cream.