10 Feb Delicious Desserts to Share the Love
Delicious Desserts to Share the Love
Whether you’re in need of some sweetness for yourself or you want to share the love, these delicious desserts are sure to tickle your tastebuds. They’re all super simple to make and easily adaptable to make either a single pot or many to share. They’re all fridge friendly too so you can prep them before you need them, or save the rest for another day. Please do keep your eyes out for fairtrade ingredients too, such as chocolate.
5 Ingredient Little Chocolate Pots
These little chocolate pots hit the spot. Not only rich and smooth, they use just five ingredients and take only five minutes to make. They are perfect for preparing ahead of time as they need to set in the fridge, then all you need to do is pull them out at pudding time and grate over a little chocolate – or any of the above – to serve. Get the recipe here.
Eating truffles has got to be one of life’s true happy moments & even better when they’re homemade & ridiculously easy. This is one of the most made recipes from Eat Happy. With only 5 ingredients these chocolate-y balls of goodness can be thrown together in a matter of moments; Find the recipe here.
Banoffee Pie in a Glass
Layers of crumbly toasted nuts, sliced banana, creamy yoghurt and sweet ‘caramel’- a delicious blend of softened dates and almond butter. Use any type of nuts that you like and any kind of yoghurt as long as it’s good quality and full fat. These are rich so you only need a small glassful to feel satisfied. Get the recipe here.
Chocolate Coconut Clusters
My *Chocolate Coconut Clusters* from my cookbook ‘Eat Happy’ are perfect to make with kids… be big or little! These quick little clusters are just four ingredients and are deliciously moreish. The coconut and chocolate go so well together but use flaked almonds if that’s what you have or even a mix! Try this recipe.
Chocolate & Hazelnut Bake
We all need a quick & simple chocolate recipe up our sleeves to make in a hurry for our loved ones & this Chocolate & Hazelnut Bake does just the job. Get the recipe.
Tahini Choc Chip Cookies
These cookies are flour free, rich but not too sweet & have a gorgeous cakey cookie texture. They go down a treat with kids too. Get the recipe.