Can a meal be ever complete without dessert? You all must be shouting out loud a big NO. And if you have guests coming over your place for lunch or dinner, then this ‘NO’ gets all the more emphasized. Try to keep the dessert in sync with the menu while zeroing on a sweet course. Say for instance, if the menu is significantly light, go for a rather heavier such as a chocolate or cream-based dessert. And if you prefer sticking with a rather rich and quite wholesome meal, then a fruit-based and light dessert would be ideal.
1. White Chocolate Key lime Pie –
With a generous pinch of additional white chocolate, this becomes a scrumptious classic. If your guests aren’t die-hard fitness freaks and don’t mind indulging in desserts once in a while, be known that they would crave for this, and you also might have to share your recipe with them!
2. Chocolate Bourbon Cake –
When preparing a chocolate cake, keep in mind embedded the decoration part. Prettify it by placing lavender or some edible roses on the top.
3. Chocolate Indulgence –
This berry and chocolate-based dessert, with diverse flavors and textures is bound to impress your guests. It is a piece of art that, in addition to being finger-licking good, looks quite appetizing as well.
4. Meringue Cake –
To make this lip-smacking dessert, there are diverse options that you can pick from such as cream, coffee, and berry.
5. Brandy Snaps with Fresh Flowers and Beetroot Caramel –
To any dinner party, this delightful sweet course serves as an excellent finale. This fabulous mix of crispy and creamy is something your guests would not have experienced before.
6. Rhubarb Meringue Tart –
This dessert is a mix of sweet pudding with sour rhubarb. Even though preparing this sweet course can eat up a considerable portion of your time, but once you are done making it, you would realize that the creation was worth your time, energy, hard labor, and patience.
7. Rhubarb and Strawberry Tart –
A delectable and pleasing dessert made up of fruits with a buttery and crunchy tart pastry. Instead of a single big chunk, opt for several small tartlets to get an additional effect.
8. Delicious Bananas in Creamy Caramel Sauce –
The key ingredient in this recipe is obviously bananas. Apart from that, other ingredients required are superfine sugar, heavy cream, and butter. For the procedure, first of all, melt butter in a pan. Add the sugar and keep stirring it from time to time until it gets browned and melts completely. Follow this by adding the heavy cream. Bring this concoction to a boil. Reduce the heat and add the bananas. Let the fruit get cooked for about two minutes. Turn off the gas and serve the mixture in a nice bowl.
9. Tarte Tatin –
The combination of apples and caramel is simply divine! And the recipe is super easy to make. What else can one ask for?
10. Pear Tartine –
It might sound weird, but this cake tastes best when served with cheese.
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