Summer may be a break from school, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn something new! This is the perfect opportunity to sharpen any cooking skills. Put some of the extra time this summer into creating some awesome food to wow your friends and yourself. Why don’t we start with the most important meal of the day… Dessert!

Bring the campsite to your freezer with this cool S’mores Icebox Cake. It combines the yummy ingredients of the fire roasted treat with the heat relieving coldness of ice cream. If you’re not too familiar with baking, you’re in luck! No baking required. Just mix together the ingredients and place in the freezer. The hardest part is waiting for it to set. Find the instructions here!

Trifles are some of the prettiest yet easiest desserts you can make. With the abundance of fresh berries in the summer, now is the perfect time to make this Angle Food Cake Berry Trifle. The tartness of the blueberries and strawberries is abated by the creamy yogurt and soft angle food cake. Feel free to substitute your favorite kinds of fruit, or use whipped cream instead of the Greek Yogurt. You can’t go wrong! Find the original recipe here.

This is a classic dessert, favorite to many. Lemon Delight takes a little more time to make, and with four layers, a bit more work, but it is so worth it. With a simple, crunchy base, a sweet cream cheese first layer, tart lemony second layer, and a beautiful whipped cream top layer, this dessert has it all. The flavors are pure summer, and sure to leave a smile on any one’s face who takes a bite. This is definitely not one to miss.

The easiest dessert on our list for sure! To make this gooey Chocolate-Caramel Fondue, all you need to do is throw the ingredients into slow cooker and let it do the rest. In an hour or so you’ll have melted chocolaty perfection. Grab some friends and some fruit, bread, or marshmallows to dip and enjoy this fun fondue. Fondue instructions right here.


Grab a whisk and some some ingredients and get cooking! Your friends will thank you (if you can bear to share).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.