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5 Last Minute Desserts to Make This Weekend


There’s no denying it your sweet tooth can ruin any diet plan in no time flat. But not to worry This simple guide provides several options of last minute.

desserts you can whip up this.weekend and will have everyone feeling like they’re eating dessert all week long. So what are you waiting for Scroll down to get started, and don’t forget to let us know which dessert you try out first!

1) Lemon Meringue Tarts

Lemon meringue tarts are a special occasion dessert, which means they’re worth preparing when you have time.That said, if you have extra lemon juice on hand, there’s no need to spend time zesting a lemon or worrying about getting your pie crust perfect.

Simply combine 2 cups of flour with 1 cup of powdered sugar and 1⁄2 cup of chilled butter in a food processor and pulse until pebble-sized chunks form. Transfer to a large bowl and add 3 eggs, 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice (about 2 lemons), 1 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1⁄2 teaspoon baking powder; whisk until smooth. Pour into tartlet pans (or mini muffin tins for bite-size treats) coated with nonstick spray.

2) Dark Chocolate Fondue

If you’re craving chocolate, but don’t want a full piece of cake or pie, try our dark chocolate fondue. A great dessert for Valentine’s Day or any other day you want a quick and easy sweet treat, it only takes a few minutes to whip up with just four ingredients dark chocolate, heavy cream, sugar and vanilla.

Place some strawberries or bananas on sticks and dip them in your favorite dark chocolate truffles; you can even drizzle some melted white chocolate on top. No matter what fruit you use, your special someone will enjoy indulging with this special treat.

3) Passion Fruit Cheesecake Squares

Sweet, tangy passion fruit and creamy cheesecake are a match made in heaven. These squares can be thrown together in less than 30 minutes, making them perfect for last-minute entertaining.

When it comes to desserts that take little time but lots of flavor, these little treats are tough to beat. garnish with some fresh raspberries and you’ve got a sweet summer dessert that everyone will love!

4) S’mores Popsicles

Summer’s coming, which means it’s time for popsicles. While store bought popsicle options are generally high in sugar and additives, they don’t have to be,These S'mores Popsicles can be made with a few simple ingredients and will keep you cool when you’re outside running around town.

Be sure not to eat too many at once for your own good,consider saving them for dessert! Ingredients: 12 mini marshmallows 3 graham crackers Sugar substitute 1 cup milk 4 cups ice or 8 cubes 2 cups vanilla yogurt Directions: Place ice in blender and blend until crushed into small pieces.

5) No-Bake Cookies

Cookies are delicious, but baking them usually means you're going to end up with a mess of dishes and some grease stains on your hands.Fortunately, there are some desserts that only require mixing a few ingredients and chilling in the fridge before devouring.

No-bake cookies can be just as delicious as their baked counterparts, and they're often healthier because they don't rely on butter or oil for flavor. Just remember: Don't try to serve these at a dinner party—no one will know that you didn't make them!


If you’re like me, there’s nothing better than hosting friends and family in your home. Whether it’s a dinner party or casual brunch, it means sharing with others and spending time together. As long as you have tasty food and drinks on hand,hosting parties is simple enough but making sure you have some quick desserts up your sleeve for unexpected company is a must.

These five recipes make dessert prep easy each requires no more than 30 minutes of prep time including baking so guests will never know that these treats didn't take all day. Now that's what I call delicious.


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