There’s Nothing Like a Good Dessert


What is it about dessert that helps make us delighted, something in relation to our preferred form of sugar that effects? Going out to a fancy restaurant and ordering your preferred yum after a mouth-watering meal is pretty wonderful, but it seems even better to prepare and serve something up to guest that knocks their socks off, transferring them to some delicious place of culinary ecstasy.

Buuuuuuut. Not everyone have the same sweet tooth. Someone might love chocolate and caramel, while somebody else gravitates to berries or something that isn’t quite as decadent and rich. Either way, when you’re thinking about dessert for your next gathering or a guilty pleasure to make at the end of a hard week, we’ve put some tempting sweets into the following five categories to help you brainstorm and choose something that will make a hit.

Chocolate. Let’s speak about this stuff. Ganache. Fudgy brownies. A moist, triple-layer cake with buttery, sweet goodness frosted between each layer. The most amazing sauce for fondue. The perfect chocolate chip cookie that has just the right balance of chew and snap. The procedure for chocolate sheet cake that has been handed down ever since your great-grandmother.

Classics. German chocolate cake. Fleshy, dense, moist carrot cake. A robust, rich cheesecake with a nutty crust and fresh berry sauce. Banana splits. And ummmm, hello! Pie. Let’s mention it repeatedly. Pie! Pie! Pie! Banana cream, cherry, apple, lemon, chocolate, pecan, rhubarb custard, berry, coconut cream, pumpkin, or fresh peach. Can you really make a mistake here? And, really, let’s just go get a container of whipped cream for included joy and inspiration, too.

Something cool. When it’s warm outside, sometimes you just need a fresh alternative. What could be better than old-fashioned homemade ice cream? (There’s nothing quite like the nostalgia of the whine from the ice cream maker as it’s turning, too.) Or, perhaps you ‘d just rather go to the store and get some Tillamook. Either way, that frosty, creamy goodness is really divine. Make shakes! Enjoy root beer floats! Chill with an ice cream cake! Life is short, and if ice cream brings you pleasure, sometimes you just got ta take advantage of that.

Something fruity. Some of the great features of food is that we connect certain flavors with specific seasons. And when you wish for something fruity, there are great combos all throughout the year. How about strawberry shortcake or a lemon blueberry pound cake with whipped cream and strawberries on the top in the springtime? When it’s late summer, there’s nothing quite like stopping at roadside orchard stands to get fresh peaches, and then going home to make a cobbler to enjoy on the deck under the stars later on. When the chilly nights of fall and winter arrive, nothing says a warm evening embeded by the fire quite liked baked apples, cinnamon bubbling in the apple juice, a hint of nutmeg registering on your tongue.

Small bites. Cuz sometimes you want a little something sweet, but you don’t want to overdo it. A tiny teaser will be just the thing to look after your craving. Brownie bites. Homemade caramels. Chocolate truffles. Mini cupcakes. Cookie dough bites. Donut holes. Individual fruit tarts. Eclairs. Small bread pudding cups. Whoopie pies with lush, smooth frosting. Chocolate covered strawberries. Macaroons. Cannoli. And do not forget that classic mix of graham cracker, marshmallow, and some good chocolate for a delicious little s’ more.

Think Bill Murray in What About Bob (” I need, I need, I need, I need!”). And if you want to steal away to the kitchen right now for something sweet, we understand too.) If you want to go beyond that and acquire some new cooking skills and whip up a fresh dessert or two, consider booking a cooking tour with us. Maybe you’ll then finally learn effective ways to make a pie crust from scratch that you can feel good about, or get a handle on how to make melt-in-your-mouth pudding that has that velvety texture you’ve never been able to pull off. It’s at your fingertips, and we’re only a call away. Book a cooking tour with us today!

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