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Delicious Desserts

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A sweet and salty chocolate peanut butter ganache is the star of this decadent dessert. But the icing on the cake? A sprinkling of peanut honeycomb that lends crunch to every bite.

The classic campfire treat, transformed. Filled with marshmallow fluff and a scoop of vanilla ice cream and then dunked in chocolate, these ice cream sandwiches are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Although budinos are often filled with chocolate, juicy blackberries make this refreshing version more seasonally appropriate. Top with a hefty dollop of whipped cream for a cool and creamy contrast.

Turn your favorite summer fruit into a booze-filled dessert by combining watermelon puree with liqueur, agave nectar, and salt. Chill, serve, and repeat all summer long.

These single-serve desserts are worthy of guests, yet surprisingly simple to assemble. Every spoonful is complete with two tasty layers: vanilla panna cotta and sweet peach nectar.

Fold homemade whipped cream into the lemon cream cheese base to ensure the resulting cheesecake is light and fluffy. The crunchy shortbread cookie crust will have you slicing seconds.

This dairy-free (and perfectly portable) treat comes together with just five ingredients. Steep the tea bags in the popsicle base to infuse hibiscus flavor into each and every bite.

No ice-cream maker? No problem. Give frozen mango a whir in the food processor, and then pop the mixture in the freezer until ready to serve. Sprinkle with toasted coconut flakes for added tropical flair.

We've rounded up half a dozen unique ways to serve cantaloupe, including an unexpectedly delicious cantaloupe-berry vanilla ice cream bowl with olive oil.

Adding lemon juice to both the batter and the glaze ensures a burst of lemon flavor in each and every bite. A cup of Greek yogurt gives it a moist and tender crumb.

A topping of fluffy, buttery biscuits soaks up all the luscious juices from the sweet blueberries. Serve with a drizzle of heavy cream, or our personal favorite—a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Galettes are the free-form sister to pie, which means little technique is needed to create galette perfection. Swap in peaches for an equally tasty treat that highlights the best of juicy summer stone fruit.

This fluffy sour cream cake boasts a beautiful layer of juicy, tender plums. To avoid serving slipups, let the cake cool before removing it from the pan, and use a large plate to assist with the flip.

If you’ve got a group coming over, this may be your best bet—it makes 10 popsicles instead of the usual four or six. Rather than a plastic base, the popsicles call for traditional, wooden sticks.

Enjoy the campfire favorite as an indoor treat by tossing graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows into warm and gooey blondies. The bars keep well between sheets of wax paper—though chances are you won’t have many left over.

Sprinkle the cake with fresh blackberries before baking; they’ll sink into the batter a bit, creating a sweet and juicy berry layer. Chopped pecans add nuttiness and crunch to the brown sugar-based crumb topping.

These decadent turtle bars are sure to satisfy a sweet tooth—they’re filled with pecans, chocolate chips, and toffee to boot. Allow them to set and cool completely before cutting into squares.

Sandwiching sweet fruit filling between buttery crust makes for a decadent treat that’s perfect for potlucks. The grated fresh ginger mixed into the apricot jam adds unexpected spiciness that will have you scooping up seconds.

Peanut butter lovers, rejoice! Marshmallow cream makes this pie light and airy, while salty peanuts and chocolate cookies give it extra crunch and flavor. Use a prebaked piecrust for easy prep and assembly.

This mouth-watering dessert is studded with fruit for picturesque slices that will impress friends and family. The texture itself is a cross between cobbler and cake—a win-win when it comes to summertime sweets.

Unsweetened cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate combine for an ultra-decadent treat with an addictively fudgy center. A simple parchment paper overhang ensures the brownies won’t stick to the pan.

Five ingredients are all you need to make this fruity crisp that’s so versatile it does double duty as breakfast or dessert. If possible, use fresh blackberries from the farmers’ market for naturally sweet flavor and an extra juicy dish.

Fun frozen cocktails-on-a-stick make a playful addition to any summer party or Saturday afternoon. These five delicious versions are easy to make—and even easier to devour.

The simplicity of these pops—just 3 ingredients!—is almost as refreshing as their delightful, sweet-tart flavor. If you can’t get your hands on fresh blueberries, frozen will work just as well.

These refreshing pops are sure to please everyone at the party. There's no trick to achieving the beautiful white stripe in the middle: the pureed watermelon will separate during freezing.