Can you believe it’s only been 15 weeks of 2021! It feels a lot longer. At least we continue to have a fabulous link-up party where brilliant bloggers can share their recipes. This week I have chosen my top picks for Perfect Spring Desserts.
Thank you so much Midge from Peachicks Bakery who hosted last week’s link-up party. There were such a wonderful range of dishes to explore. It was very hard to choose my favourites to round up for this week.
As spring is definitely in the air I decided to settle on desserts. These Perfect Spring Desserts are all perfect to enjoy as the days get longer and hopefully the weather gets warmer.
Chocolate Perfect Spring Desserts
Now this looks incredible! This Chocolate torte with walnuts and pears by Gluten Free Alchemist is calling out to be made and enjoyed. Soft, silky, gooey, decadent, melt-in-the-mouth gluten-free Chocolate Torte with Walnut and Pear. Nothing short of a gift from heaven. Dairy-Free too.
This chocolate milk pudding recipe by Cocoa and Heart is very easy to make and it’s the perfect after-dinner pudding. It’s perfect on it’s own and even better served with yoghurt, raspberries or crumbled biscuits. Chocolate and raspberries is a lovely combination and I think that is a great dessert for spring.
Gluten Free Spring Dessert
This beautiful Orange and Coconut cake by Glutarama is not only stunning but has such fresh and beautiful flavours. An extra bonus is that it is gluten free. Originally a recipe from her Nanny she has updated it slightly to make GF and shared the recipe so we can all try it too.
Fresh Rhubarb Desserts
Sink your teeth in to this beautiful Rhubarb and custard layered dessert by Lost in Food. It is made with a soft poached rhubarb with creamy sweet custard. This pretty dessert is super simple to make but elegant enough to grace any dinner table. It might look like one of those dishes that perhaps looks a little more complicated because of the layering, but is in fact really easy to cook and assemble.
This Easy Rhubarb Tart by Farmersgirl Kitchen creates a really delicious dessert from simple ingredients. Make your own melt in the mouth shortcrust pastry or use ready-made all-butter pastry for an even quicker fix. Fill the tart with a simple mixture of rhubarb, sugar, and cornflour and pop it in the oven. So easy and a great way to use your fresh rhubarb.
Perfect Spring Desserts Cookies
A super easy recipe for incredible Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies by Gluten Free Alchemist. These cookies are a great pudding to enjoy after a big meal when you still want something sweet. Deliciously chewy in texture with a crisp outer shell, they are also flourless and naturally gluten-free. Dairy-Free too.
Here are a few of my spring desserts you might enjoy too.
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