1. Sticky Toffee Pudding in a Cup
It’s sugar shack season, so how about making this maple-flavoured treat? Serve this dessert warm with vanilla ice cream for the ultimate sensation.
2. Moist Chocolate Cake in a Cup
This dessert is by far the most popular with the kids! A gooey cake that can be cooked in the microwave. There’s no need for a grand occasion to make it and it’s absolutely fail-proof!
3. Quick and Easy Profiteroles
We used store-bought vol-au-vent puff pastries and topped them with ice cream, dulce de leche and homemade chocolate sauce. This decadent dessert is sheer bliss!
Quick and Easy Profiteroles
4. Quick Raspberry Mousse
Adjust this recipe depending on the fruit you have in your grocery cart. This cheap but pretty dessert is light in texture and rich in taste. These one-cup treats will definitely end dinner on a high note.
Quick Raspberry Mousse
5. Quick and Easy Mango Sorbet
For a touch of the tropics, the mango’s silky texture makes it the perfect choice for a refreshing change of scenery! Be sure to get the kids involved in making this dessert.
Quick and Easy Mango Sorbet
6. Maple and Ginger Fondue
Give your system a taste of immune-boosting ginger. You’ll need a fondue pot for this dessert, perfect for dipping while catching up on your favourite show.
Maple and Ginger Fondue
7. White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies
Check out this quick and easy cookie recipe! Set 17 minutes of your day aside and you’ll be left with 16 of these tasty treats. The only downside is that they’ll be devoured faster than it took to make them!
8. Giant Cookie
Joy is multiplied with this large, pizza-sized cookie. Use whatever toppings you have in your cupboard. There are limitless topping combinations, so pick a fun creation that’ll score brownie points with the family.
Giant "All-Dressed" Cookie
9. Low-fat Brownies
Yes, it’s possible to enjoy a decadent dessert that has little fat. Here’s proof: alight brownie that is just as satisfying as its full-fat counterpart!
10. Chewy Oatmeal Cookies
Never compromise on a classic! It takes just a few steps to make these cookies, and it’s a great way to use that bag of oats in the pantry. To your ovens!