Summer Desserts Frozen Treats

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When summer comes around, you can’t help but be tempted by all those delicious summer desserts. These simple, easy summer desserts come in a range of flavors, styles, and textures that are sure to satisfy even the fussiest of palates. From smoothies to ice cream to popsicles, these summer desserts are something everyone should try. And once you have tried one of these tasty summer desserts, you are sure to be back for more! Here are some of the summer dessert options you will want to try this summer:

Creamy Pecan Roll With Whipped Vanilla Ice Cream

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This is a classic dessert that is easy to make and the perfect dessert to enjoy on a hot day. This dessert uses a traditional egg yolk and heavy cream to create a smooth, velvety crust and then whipped cream for an added taste. The great thing about this recipe is that it is very versatile, so you can make it for any type of meal or any type of party. Best of all, this dessert is fairly simple to make. Just use a pre-made crust and whipped cream and then wrap it up in a plastic freezer bag and you’re all set.

Baked Biscuit Strawberries

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This recipe for baked strawberry shortcake is a favorite among kids at heart. It’s good because it’s healthy and good for you too! This dessert is made with fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, some lemon juice, and whipped topping. The great thing about this strawberry shortcake recipe is that it is very easy and inexpensive to make. You can choose to add nuts, dried fruits, or just fruits to make it healthier.

Peach And Apple Pie With Whipped Vanilla Ice Cream

This peach and apple pie is another summer dessert sure to please the taste buds. This dessert features sweet apple sauce, peach salsa, and lots of Whipped Vanilla ice cream for a sweet and tasty treat. This dessert is easy enough for any kid to make, yet surprisingly delicious. Kids love this pie, but adults will also love it too. It is both yummy and healthy.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bars

These peanut butter chocolate chip bars are perfect summer desserts. They are simple to make, and feature some excellent ingredients. They include some standard flavors like chocolate chips, nuts, and raisins, as well as trail mix and cookie crumbs to help give the bars a nice chewy texture. These bars are available at most any grocery store, as well as at many popular retailers online. They are an ideal snack food or addition to a healthy diet, because they are high in protein and low in fat. That makes them an excellent choice for kids, as well as an appealing choice for adults.

Carrot Cake With Whipped Vanilla Ice Cream

This classic summer dessert is another one that kids love and adults enjoy. This recipe calls for a good handful of plain yogurt topped with about three to four cups of low calorie vanilla ice cream. The recipe also features a rich carrot cake layered with chopped pecans and prunes, and sometimes also with dried fruit. The result is a moist, sweet-tart flavor with a light consistency that will not drain away the flavors from the yogurt.

Banana Split Kebabs

If you are looking for a delicious, healthy alternative to traditional fruit pie, then you should try banana split kebabs. These easy, summertime treats are a healthier alternative than frozen or canned fruit pies and can be made in your own kitchen. The key is to find a quality, authentic recipe and combine fruits of similar nutritional value. For instance, if you are eating a handful of mixed berries instead of the traditional strawberries, then add pineapples, mangoes, or other fruit that contain similar nutrients. A good recipe will not only call for canned fruit, but will also offer a variety of nuts, grains, and vegetables to provide even more protein and vitamins for the kids.

Last Words

Pecan Rolls With fresh, fluffy rolls, panna cotta, and whipped cream, a dessert can be made that will have many mouths gobbling it up. The key to the success of this desert lies in using quality ingredients. For example, if you buy the rolls at the supermarket and mix them with a brandy or liqueur, it will not only taste bland, but the alcohol will alter the taste of the bread. To get a comparable result, simply use honey, lemon juice, or an alternative, and then roll the mixture into tight, even strips. For a rich, spreadable texture, work in butter and place in pans that have been set in the middle rack until lightly brown, which should not be more than 10 minutes.

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