We love ice cream, it’s one of our favorite desserts. But when the temperatures drop, and our sweet cravings are still strong, we turn to desserts that can warm us up or at least compensate for a scoop of ice cream that we inevitably add on top. If you’re also looking for grilled treats, try one of these 22 hot dessert recipes.
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Like the aforementioned apple crisp, we also prefer our apple pie lukewarm. Try this apple pie recipe from Natasha’s Kitchenbut be sure to let it rest a bit when it comes out of the oven, because the filling will literally be boiling hot.
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Originally created at Brennan’s restaurant in New Orleans, where you can still get a table today, Bananas Foster consists of butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and dark rum sauce served on sliced bananas. Everything is ignited with a lighter and served with vanilla ice cream. One Dish Kitchen has a solo recipe whether you are dining alone or sharing dessert.
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Don’t let apples get all the attention in the colder months – try this berry crumble from Cooking Classy which uses blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. It’s topped with a mixture of flour, oats, brown sugar, sugar, cinnamon, salt, and butter, which is obviously the best part.
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If you have overripe bananas, make banana bread. If you have stale bread, make bread pudding. As this recipe from Fantabulosity will show you, it’s the perfect dessert to make in no time, because the other ingredients are just butter, eggs, milk, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla extract. (Although this recipe also includes a simple three-ingredient vanilla sauce!)
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Although there is a season for cherries, there is no season for cherry pie because it is both possible to make and enjoyable to eat all year round. And with this easy version of Tastes Better From Scratch– which also includes a link to a crust recipe from scratch – you’ll want to make this all the time.
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Chocolate fondue should stay warm, so you can quickly dip strawberries, bananas, cookies, or any other tasty treat into it. Making a fondue at home can be as easy as melting chocolate, but this recipe from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe will give you the perfect consistency with the addition of milk, heavy cream and a little vanilla extract.
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chocolate lava cake
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What better way to sum up a hot dessert than a chocolate lava cake, where the chocolate filling flows like liquid magma. Except this chocolate lava cake from Preppy Kitchen is not a threat to local villagers, just your diet.
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A soufflé will start to fall a few minutes after it comes out of the oven, so you really need to eat it hot to get the full effect. Sure, making a soufflé can be a bit tricky, but this recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction breaks it down in 10 easy steps.
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The difference between a hot churro and a churro that isn’t is huge. A freshly baked churro is crispy but so light and fluffy it melts in your mouth, while a room temperature churro is just a sweet breadstick. Do yourself a favor and make them fresh at home with this recipe from Maria’s Kitchen.
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Back then, we always thought they could never improve on the Oreo…then they introduced Double Stuf Oreos. Then we thought this was the ultimate…until we had our first fried Oreo. Lil’ Luna will show you how to make these little pockets of paradise.
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Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
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This dessert is best served hot, and the pineapples will have you thinking of warmer weather. If you’ve never made this cake before, don’t let the “upside down” part scare you – it’s actually child’s play! (And, as Sally’s Baking Addiction will explain in this recipeyou only flip it once at the end.)
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Not everything has to be a pie, cake, cookie or other baked good. Well, technically, these roasted pears from Where is My Spoon are cooked because they spend 25 minutes in the oven, but at least they are not made with bread! Aside from pears, the only other ingredients you need are butter, honey, and balsamic vinegar.
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Sure, the ice cream is cold, but a brownie sundae is at its best when not only is the hot fudge hot, but also the brownie underneath. That’s why we recommend this sizzling brownie sundae recipe from Spices N Flavors. It does not require a sizzling plate, but rather a cast iron pan!
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Skillet Fudge Brownie
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Pans aren’t just for cookies! This recipe from Blue Bowl Recipes will show you how to make a triple chocolate fudge brownie in your skillet. This is the perfect recipe if you like your brownie melty in the middle but crispy on the outside and also if you really like chocolate because it combines cocoa powder, melted chocolate and chocolate chunks.
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Sticky Caramel Pudding
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A classic British dessert, sticky toffee pudding isn’t like an American pudding – it’s a sponge cake. Made with dates and a few other common cooking ingredients, this dessert gets its name caramel because of its filling, which you can make from scratch using only heavy cream, butter, sugar, and candy syrup. corn. As Food & Wine suggests in this recipeit should be served warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
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Molasses Sponge Pudding
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Molasses Sponge Pudding, like Sticky Caramel Pudding, is also a cake. However, this one is even easier, because netmums recipe requires only five ingredients: butter, eggs, caster sugar, flour and syrup. However, we recommend that you also prepare the custard sauce, which requires a few additional ingredients.
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white chocolate hot chocolate
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If our hot chocolate bar didn’t thrill you enough, try changing things up with this white hot chocolate from Celebrating Sweets. It’s made from scratch, but all you need is milk, white chocolate chips and vanilla extract, unless you want to kick it up a notch (or three!) with some toppings.