Spring Desserts

In this round-up of the best spring desserts, I have chosen the most delicious, easy and above all beautiful desserts that suit the change to warmer weather. From fruity puddings to chocolate desserts for Easter, this roundup will satisfy your sweet tooth.

Spring Desserts cookblogshare poster

I have such a sweet tooth and looking back over the recipes that were linked up to #CookBlogShare last week I wanted to make them all. So it gave me a wonderful theme for this week’s round up – Spring Desserts. It’s safe to say I will be making them all.

Fruity spring desserts

I love a fruit dessert. When it’s still a little chilly some days and then bright beautiful sunshine the next, we need recipes that work every day. These dessert recipes will work no matter what the weather.

blueberry crumble in the Spring Desserts round up

Blueberry Crumble by Curlys Cooking

This Blueberry Crumble with Oats is the perfect simple and delicious dessert. A tasty sweet blueberry filling covered in a crisp crumble – will you serve yours with cream or custard?

This is a perfect springtime dessert. Full of flavour and fruity goodness.

baked apples in the Spring Desserts round up

Stuffed Baked Apples by Family Friends Food

Naturally sweet baked apples filled with a mixture of dried fruits, spices and a splash of wine. A delicious, healthy, easy-to-make dessert or breakfast.

peach and strawberry jam in a jar

Peach and Strawberry Jam by Farmersgirl Kitchen

This low Sugar Peach & Strawberry Jam combines these delicious summer fruits in a jam that has two-thirds less sugar than traditional jams and jellies. It’s easy to make in a small batch and perfect to spread on bread, croissants and scones.

Although not a pudding on it’s own this jam recipe is a perfect addition for cakes or drizzling over a hot scone as a fruity spring dessert.

summer fruit sponge

Summer fruit sponge by Me

This is one of my favourite recipes. A layer of frozen fruit (or fresh fruit) lines the bottom of a cake tin or skillet followed by a layer of light and fluffy sponge cake. From the top it looks like a simple sponge but when you dish the summer fruit sponge up the hot fruit is revealed.

Homemade ice cream recipes

bright purple ice cream in a cone

Blueberry coconut milk ice cream

This delicious Blueberry Lemon Zest Coconut Milk Ice Cream just needs 3 ingredients! You’re going to love this easy to make no-churn ice cream recipe that can be ready to eat in less than 5 mins! This insanely creamy, fruity ice cream with a little bit of zing, is egg-free, dairy-free, gluten-free and totally vegan!

What a wonderful Spring Dessert this would be on a sunny spring day.

Creme Egg Ice Cream by Gluten Free Alchemist

This silky, creamy no churn Creme Egg Ice Cream is utterly delicious. It is super-easy to make and only uses 4 ingredients.

This could be the perfect Easter dessert treat for the whole family. Plus as ice cream needs to be set you can make it in advance for the Easter bank holiday weekend.

Chocolate spring desserts

Double Chocolate Biscotti by Gluten Free Alchemist

Italian gluten free Double Chocolate Biscotti (or Cantuccini). Baked twice for characteristic crunch. Perfect served with a mug of coffee or with mousse or ice cream. (Dairy free as well as gluten free).

Give me a spring day with cup of coffee and giant slice of biscotti any day of the week.

Mini Egg Rice Krispie Treats

Easter means all things Mini Eggs and of course, that includes these easy Mini Egg Rice Krispie Treats. A mix of chocolate, marshmallow, rice krispies, more chocolate and of course lots of mini eggs.

These are so easy to make and a perfect Easter treat and party food. Easter rice krispie squares also make a great edible Easter present to share with friends and family. The more Mini Eggs the merrier.

Chocolate Sponge with Salted Caramel Sauce & Popcorn

This decadent dessert is dairy-free, suitable for vegans and can even be made gluten free as well, but you’ll never be able to tell! Rich moist chocolate sponge, topped with creamy caramel sauce and crunchy salty popcorn. Serve with chocolate sorbet or dairy free ice cream for a luxury finish. 

Chocolate Easter Cookies

If you love chocolate and cookies you will absolutely love my Easter Chocolate Mini Egg Cookies. Chocolate cookies studded with Cadbury mini eggs are a tasty treat and an easy Easter cookie recipe. Mini Egg Easter cookies are great fun for the family and make a great edible Easter gift too. A great Spring Desserts option.


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