How many of you have lost count of which day of quarantine you are in? As we are stuck inside the house, many of us have turned to the kitchen and brought up the little chef in ourselves to try our new recipes and make fabulous dinners for our family.
After I told you about some easy dinner ideas to make when you are in quarantine, today comes the turn of the desserts. This list includes easy to make desserts with ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. They are delicious and, most of them only use a handful of ingredients.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been baking quite a lot recently. Just the other day I’ve made a tray of brownies from scratch, after refusing to pay £4 for a boked pack. The week before I’ve made waffles and German pancakes. What dessert from this list will you treat yourself and your family to?
No milk, no butter, no eggs needed, only simple cupboard ingredients. This water cake is absolutely magic and perfect for breakfast or tea time! Difficult times call for creative measures, and among many things, this includes reinventing the way we cook and bake. Especially when you’re stuck at home.
Recipe by Andrea from The Petite Cook
Instant Pot Rice Pudding
Creamy rice pudding in instant pot without cream and eggs. An instant pot rice pudding recipe that gives you a creamy consistency without the addition of any cream. With just four 4 basic ingredients (flavorings excluded) make the best rice pudding in the instant pot.
Recipe by Dassana from Veg Recipes of India
Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies
Soft, chewy, and completely addictive, these Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies are just beyond delicious. Loaded with nutrients and incredible cinnamon flavor, these cinnamon cookies are both tasty and guilt-free. Perfect treat that is super healthy too.
Recipe by Natalie from Natalie’s Health
Peanut Butter Oatmeal Pancakes
Deliciously nutty and sweet, Peanut Butter Oatmeal Pancakes are perfect quick meal that your family will love. These oatmeal pancakes are made with a few simple pantry ingredients, packed with nutrients and incredible flavor. So delicious and super easy to make!
Recipe by Natalie from Natalie’s Health
Unicorn Cake Donuts
These colourful donuts are tons of fun to make and decorate, and are easy to make with few ingredients. These would be perfect for any day, but especially Easter, birthday parties, and any other time you just want some beautiful Spring coloured treats.
Recipe by Sara from Well if She Can Do It
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Haystacks
These salty and sweet cookies can be made with everything you’d find in the back of your pantry! There are a number of reasons why this recipe rocks. First of all, it is the perfect combo of sweet and salty, which is delicious AND goes great with all drinks and cocktails. Second, since it is a no bake recipe, it literally takes about 10 minutes to make, not including the time it takes for them to chill in the refrigerator.
Recipe by Karen from Couple in the Kitchen
These easy drop biscuits are super easy to make and do not require yeast or eggs. These little biscuits are the perfect size for breakfast and honestly taste like buttermilk biscuits – they are delicious!
Recipe by Raquel from Organized Land
Easy Chocolate Mousse
This quick and simple chocolate mousse is light and fluffy, yet deeply rich and decadent all at the same time. The results are incredibly creamy, silky, and smooth with big flavor and the perfect amount of sweetness
Recipe by Jennifer from Barth Bakery
Healthy Oatmeal Raisins Cookie Dough
This healthy easy vegan edible cookie dough takes just 5 minutes to whip up and is a delicious, high protein snack or dessert.
Recipe by Liz from Zardy Plants
Fruit Salad With Peach Pie Filling
This easy peasy fruit salad recipe uses peach pie filling to make it tasty, sweet, and crowd pleasing. It can be made a day ahead and only uses a few ingredients.
Recipe by Rachel from Southern Eats and Goodies
Easy Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
Making these cookies is ridiculously easy so it’s the perfect opportunity to get your little one involved in the baking process. You’ll have a lot of fun together mixing everything and rolling the dough into small cookie balls.
Recipe by Julie from Mommy Wonders
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