White chocolate crackles no copha recipe

My 10 Best Dessert Recipes

Dessert is my favourite meal of the day. Okay, so maybe not every day, but it sure does happen often. I am a self confessed chocoholic and love experimenting with new recipes to keep my sweet tooth happy. Luckily I’ve shared a few of these yummy recipes over the past few years so to make it easier, I thought I would put together a dessert recipes round up to add them all in one easy place.

Pace yourselves though… this is the ultimate sugar rush!

The Best Dessert Recipes From Simplify Create Inspire

WHITE CHOCOLATE CRACKLES

These no copha while chocolate crackles with real chocolate are super easy to make and quick, with only 4 ingredients needed! They are sure to be a hit at kids birthday parties or as a sneaky chocolate fix. Decorate them with sprinkles or colour with food colouring for fun themed plate ideas for events too.

White chocolate crackles no copha recipe

EASY CHOCOLATE SLICE

Everyone needs a simple go to chocolate slice recipe their repertoire and this one was from my own childhood that mum used to make. Quick no bake chocolate slice with coconut that you can freeze for later or serve up in a short time when you have unexpected guests on their way.

Easy Chocolate Slice recipe

RUM BALLS

It doesn’t have to be christmas to start thinking about rum balls. You can experiment with this super simple rum ball recipe using different flavoured cooking powders to give them a whole new taste, or keep it simple like the originals and bring some festive fun all year round.

Simple Rum Balls Recipe with only 5 ingredients

OREO BROWNIES

These yummy brownies include a favourite – Oreo biscuits, baked into them. This recipe doesn’t include butter either so it’s a great way if you are running low on butter or margarine or simply want to cut them out of your cooking.

oreo brownies

FOUR INGREDIENT PAVLOVA

Pavlova is a family favourite in our household, having grown up with it for special occasions. It’s also one of those go to dessert recipes I use when don’t want to think too hard. Top your 4 ingredient pavlova with whipped cream and your favourite toppings and you have a dessert that pretty much everyone loves!

4 ingredient simple pavlova

POTATO LOAF

This isn’t a dessert in the traditional sweet sense, but potato loaf does the job if you are looking for something to curb the sugar cravings still. Topped with cinnamon and sugar, this loaf makes a perfect morning tea with friends or after school snack.

CHOCOLATE BARK

Whether it’s Easter time or you’re just looking for a simple to make chocolate dessert, chocolate bark can be a fun option. Melted chocolate sprinkled with your favourite toppings, set and enjoy. Make it seasonal to suit different events or just add whatever you have in the pantry.

chocolate bark

ANZAC BISCUITS

An Aussie favourite, especially come 25 April for ANZAC Day. This biscuits are loaded with sweetness. They are chewy with a bit of crunch. Pretty much they are just delicious! ANZAC biscuits are always a great treat and easy to make in large batches too!

EAsy anzac biscuits

HEALTHY CHOCOLATE CRACKLES

They may not be as indulgent as the white chocolate crackles, but this chilled dessert is a much healthier alternative. This healthy rice bubble slice is essentially chocolate crackles minus the sugar and all the bad bits!

Healthy rice bubble slice after school snack

Hope you enjoy these sweet treat recipes as much as we do. No doubt there will be new ones to share soon. It’s only fair that I share the love a little!

What is your favourite dessert?

8 thoughts on “My 10 Best Dessert Recipes”

  1. Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid

    There’s so much deliciousness here, I don’t really know where to start, maybe with the Turkish Delight and Cherry Ripe Slice. That sounds just too good to resist!

  2. Lucy @ Bake Play Smile

    Oh wow yum!!! You really are the dessert queen. These all look great!! Thank so much for linking up with our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party!

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