Easy Desserts That Can Help Satisfy a Sweet Tooth
Searching for delicious recipes that will satisfy your sweet tooth or those of your family and friends? If yes, look no further! We've collected a variety of desserts and drinks you can quickly whip up in your kitchen that will have your guests (and you!) coming back for more. Read on to see our collection of luscious libations and satisfying sweets, and see the fabulous Sweese minimalist dinnerware you can use to serve them!
There's nothing healthier to satisfy a sweet tooth than fresh berries, including strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and several others. Not only are they deliciously sweet, but berries are low in calories, contain lots of healthy fiber, and even prevent cancer! Serving fresh berries is easy, too, when you have Sweese porcelain bowls to serve them in. Durable, easy to clean, and attractive, fresh berries served in lovely Sweese porcelain bowls are the perfect sweet tooth combination!
Strawberry Iced Tea
If satisfying your sweet tooth with a cold, refreshing drink is on the menu, Strawberry Iced Tea is a great way to go! Easy and fast, you can make a pitcher of this decadent summertime drink in under 10 minutes! Making the tea itself is easy with the Sweese 40-oz porcelain teapot. Serving is just as easy, too, using a Sweese Multicolored Tall Porcelain Coffee Mug! Not only is this a delicious drink but, with Sweese, it's easy to make and serve!
Granola with Fresh Fruit
Another extremely easy sweet tooth satisfier is granola with fresh fruit. In fact, nothing could be easier! First, pour yourself a bowl of your fave granola into a Sweese porcelain bowl. Next, add your fave fruit. You can cut apple slices, for example, or cube some strawberries. Whole blueberries are easy too, as well as the classic; banana slices! Not only is granola and fresh fruit a treat for your taste buds but, when served on attractive Sweese white dinnerware set, it's a treat for your eyes too!
S'Mores Pudding Shots
When it comes to decadent drinks, there are few as yummy for your tummy as a S'Mores Pudding Shot! Made with chocolate pudding, marshmallows, and your choice of either bourbon, cognac, or vodka; this is one dessert drink that you and your guests will rave about! Serve your S'Mores Pudding Shots in one of Sweese's many beautiful espresso cup set for a presentation that's both beautiful and oh-so-satisfying for your sweet tooth!
Apple Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream
There's nothing more American than a fresh, warm slice of apple pie with a scoop (or two!) of vanilla ice cream on top! It doesn't matter if you make the apple pie yourself but, if you can, great! More importantly, though, make sure you warm it up so that, when placed on top, the vanilla ice cream will melt and drip its deliciousness all over the pie. Serve it to your guests on Sweese square dinner sets for a treat that's both decent and beautiful. (Or keep it all to yourself, we won't tell!)
Yogurt with Peach Slices and Honey Drizzled on Top
A fantastic way to satisfy your sweet tooth is by serving yogurt with fresh peaches and honey drizzled on top! Incredibly easy to prepare, all you need is your favorite yogurt and fresh, frozen, or canned peach slices. (Fresh is best but, if not in season, canned or frozen will work just fine too.) Sweese dinnerware set make this yummy treat even better by adding a splash of lovely color.
Sugar Cookie Milkshakes
Satisfying everyone's sweet tooth is easy when you serve them Sugar Cookie Milkshakes! Creamy, smooth, and surprisingly easy to make, all you need is milk, bananas, vanilla extract, and a few other ingredients you'll find in almost every kitchen. Then, simply put all the ingredients in a blender until it's smooth and you're all set! Serve your Sugar Cookie Milkshakes in a Sweese stackable coffee mug, and your taste buds will thank you with all their heart!
We hope you enjoy all of these delightful treats and that they satisfy your sweet tooth completely and also hope you find everything you need to serve up all of these yummy drinks and desserts at Sweese!