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Do you have a favorite no bake dessert recipe you would like to share?

Asked by Aethelwine (42465points) June 18th, 2010

It is getting hot and humid in the Midwest. Do you have any recipes that provide the sweet without the heat?

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chyna's avatar

Chocolate oatmeal cookies
2 Cups sugar
Pinch salt
½ cup milk
1 stick butter
4 tbs. cocoa
Bring to a boil and boil 2 minutes
Then add:
2 tsp. vanilla
½ cup pnut butter
2½ cups oats (the kind that cooks in 1 min)
spoon out on aluminum foil in littl round cookie shapes, let cool
Makes about 2 dozen

dpworkin's avatar

I love granita de mango: puree the flesh of 2 mangoes and strain through a fine sieve to get rid of the fibers. Simple syrup (sugar and water heated until clear) and lemon to taste, Cointreau or Triple Sec to taste, then into the freezer in a flat, wide container, break up crystals with a fork every 15 minutes until frozen to a granita consistency.

You can also make granita de cafe with strong espresso and simple syrup.

chyna's avatar

Fantasy Fudge
1½ stick margarine
3 C. sugar
⅔ C evaporated Milk (5 oz)
1 Pkg 12 oz. Chocolate chips or 2 C. Pnut Butter Chips
1 Jar (7 oz) marshmallow Creme
1 C. Nuts (I don’t like nuts, so I skip this step)
1 tsp. Vanilla

Lightly grease 9×13 pan

Microwave Margarine 1 minute until melted. Add sugar and milk, mix.
Microwave 5½ minutes, stirring after 3 minutes, mix well and scrape bowl.
Microwave another 5½ minutes, bringing to a boil, stirring after 3 minutes.
Gradually add chocolate chips or pnut butter chips until melted. Add vanilla and marshmallow creme. (if using pnut buter chips, add only ½ jar of marshmallow creme)
Pour in greased pan, chill.

Merriment's avatar

Take very ripe (overripe is perfect) bananas…peel, slice and freeze in a flat single layer.

Once solidly frozen add them to a blender or food processor.

Puree on high until smooth.

Eat.

You can add things like honey, peanut butter, a dash of vanilla extract or chocolate syrup if you want more than one flavor.

Aethelwine's avatar

So nice to wake up to this question. I don’t know what to make first. They all sound delicious. Thanks!

sakura's avatar

1 packet of biscuits (chocolate digestives) CRUSHED
mix with melted butter and put in the bottom of a loose bottomed cake tin
1 tub of cream cheese about 250ml of whipped double cream
mix cream cheese and cream together add about 10 spoonfuls of lemon curd
pour onto base chill
voila a no bake cheese cake mmmm!

Also Jamie Oliver style “smush ins” take anything – chocolate, sweets, fruit etc… mush together add ice cream mush together again mmm! yummy:)

NaturallyMe's avatar

YES!!!

Ok, it’s a microwave chocoate cake thingy, but don’t go EW until you’ve tried it, seriously! It’s really good…

Here goes:
It’s only a single serving, or at most 2 servings.

4 tbsp flour
4 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp cocoa
1 egg
3 tbsp milk
3 tbsp oil

Mix in a microwavable bowl and microwave on max power for 3 mins.

NaturallyMe's avatar

Ok, while i was looking for the microwave cake recipe, i found something else really sweet too, so here goes:

100ml/g butter
50ml milk
5 ml vanilla essence
500g/1 litre icing sugar (that really fine powdered sugar)
2 ml salt
125ml cocoa

1. Microwave butter, milk and vanilla for 2 minutes
2. Add icing sugar, salt and cocoa to butter and microwave for 2 mins
3. Pour into a buttered dish and refrigerate until cool enough to cut.

This is uber sweet and even more yummy. :)

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