Think ice cream has to be a production to make? Think again. Here's an ice cream base so easy you don't even need to cook it.
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Super chewy, nutty, and with no added fat, these tasty and healthy cookies are also gluten-free.
Creamy, chocolatey, and best of all...no bake!
These addictively crispy, chewy balls are full of my two favorite combinations: dark chocolate-cranberry and honey-salt.
Nanaimo bars are one of the world's most perfect foods: a three layer no-bake cookie with a chocolate crumb base, a creamy custard middle section, and a firm chocolate topping. This version is dressed up for the holidays with a gingerbread base and a "blonde" white chocolate topping.
Get your peanut butter on with these buttery, honey roasted peanut-y, Captain Crunch Peanut Butter cereal bars.
This cool and creamy no-bake boozy pie is rich with chocolate and coffee liquor.
Creamy sweetened cream cheese topped with bright red strawberries makes a great early spring dessert. And the best part? It's no-bake. Just press the graham cracker crumbs in the pan, fill, top with berries, and chill.
This retro-inspired no-bake dessert is perfect for when you want a chocolate and minty treat without spending a ton of time in the kitchen.
Wanna know the secret to seriously chewy oatmeal bars? Marshmallow.
This creamy, rich, no-bake pie is screaming for some acidic fruit to balance it, and here in blood orange (also sometimes called Moro oranges) season, we have our perfect topping.
Chocolate and peanut butter are already a no-brainer when it comes to an addictive sweet snack. But add crispy crushed cornflakes for texture and make the whole thing a no-bake? Whoa!
What we were there to get: one large box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and one can of sweetened condensed milk. Someone sprinted to the living room to return the keys while someone else fetched a stool. Yet another would rattle and rummage for a large pot and a long-handled wooden stirring spoon. I would fill a bowl with water while baking sheets were set up in the dining room. This was a house of seven children, though some were too young to participate, and I loved the buzz of activity and sense that everyone had a task, much like Cinderella's mice.
In September I moved to tropical Singapore—about as far away from cornucopias and pilgrim hats as you can get. Without a gourd in sight, I sulked for a week from having missed a proper Halloween pumpkin carving, so I've been determined to not let pumpkin pie season pass me by too. After locating a grocery store that specializes in ingredients for displaced expats such as myself, I snatched up the last few cans of pumpkin puree and got to work.