This Speedy Microwave Chocolate Cream Pie with a Graham Cracker Crust is appropriate for any celebration or just because. Using the microwave makes a quick filling with no chance of scorching.
So many desserts. They may not be the healthiest recipe on the menu, but they are usually the most fun to make. Enjoy!
This recipe for Blackberry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream uses fresh or frozen blackberries. The custard mixture is uncooked for the freshest flavor. Adding chopped chocolate or Oreos makes it especially memorable.
Learn how to make Microwave Banana Pudding from scratch in a microwave. No scorching, no double boiler, and no lumps. It’s so much easier than standing over a stove and tastes better than instant pudding.
Make this decadent Creme Fraiche Ice Cream studded with Nutella Chunks using a small-batch ice cream freezer.
Make Easy Mini Lemon Tarts with lemon curd and crème fraîche. Pile the filling into homemade shortbread crusts and decorate with fruit. This is the perfect size for satisfying an after-dinner sweet tooth.
Learn how to toast pecans in the microwave along with other types of nuts, seeds (like sunflower and pumpkin seed), raw old-fashioned oatmeal, and coconut. You’ll be amazed at how fast and easy it is.
You won’t believe how fast these Microwave Brownies go together and how quick they bake in a microwave.
This Coconut Icebox Cookie Recipe is a thin and crispy icebox cookie that will satisfy any coconut lover. Keep the frozen dough in your freezer for unexpected company or sneaky sugar attacks.
You’ve gotta try these cake-like cookies featuring the tanginess of Greek yogurt and the tartness of lemon. A sweet lemon glaze makes them memorable. Adapted from Giada’s Lemon Ricotta Cookies.
This recipe was once billed as “the most talked-about cake at Neiman Marcus.” Good news: This version uses a cake mix. No separating of egg whites, no layers, and no guilt-inducing leftover egg yolks.