This mousse is made using only three ingredients: frozen fruit, sugar and egg white to lighten this fluffy dessert. All you have to do is whack all the ingredients into a food processor and voila – quick and easy, as well as delicious.
Want to feel like a member of the Bluth family? Well, ok of course not, but if you just can’t wait until Netflix’s Arrested Development Season 5 then whip up some of your own chocolate-covered bananas. Maybe even make a G.O.B., a frozen banana double dipped in chocolate with double the nuts – remember to use two sticks to support the weight.
This recipe uses nutella and oreos. Nuff said. These miniature cheesecakes are every chocoholic’s dream come true. With a dark chocolate filling on top of an oreo crust with a rich and creamy nutella filling on top, these cute desserts are perfect for every occasion. Not to mention the fact they’re super easy to put together!
You can serve this tasty peanut butter and chocolate treat either chilled or frozen depending on your preferences. Thankfully, this recipe makes two peanut butter pies, so you could try both at the same time to see what you prefer.
How adorable are these little layered cheesecake pots? Perfect to serve up your friends on a warm day to help cool them down and get a kick of sweet fruity goodness from the fresh raspberries. This recipe is pretty much as easy as crushing some biscuits and slopping some cream on top… pretty much.
Yes, you heard right. Ice cream. Pie. This is a no-bake recipe, so it cannot go wrong! You pretty much just need to melt some chocolate on some cereal, freeze it, and then whack some ice cream into that baby and there you have it.