Fruit Dessert Recipes
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Raspberry jam and cream cheese fill these soft, fluffy Raspberry Sweet Rolls. Top with raspberry cream cheese frosting for a delicious breakfast! For as much as Matt is crazy for my homemade cinnamon rolls, there is one type of roll that makes him swoon even more. Raspberry Sweet Rolls with cream cheese inside and cream cheese fresh raspberry frosting. He loves anything raspberry and has a weak spot for cheesecake also, so these breakfast buns are a match made in heaven.
We LOVE cheesecake at our house. It’s definitely one of my go to desserts for parties since it can be dressed up, like monster cookie cheesecake or super simple like a no bake cheesecake. But no matter what the occasion, cheesecake is always a crowd favorite. And these little No Bake Strawberry Lime Cheesecakes will be your family’s new favorite.
Why you’ll love this recipe: Uses garden fresh blueberries. No canning needed! The refrigerator will preserve this jam for up to a month. Sweet juicy tartness of blueberries and the zesty brightness of lemon pair together in a delicious way. Perfect as a topping biscuits, pancakes and sourdough toast.
Why you’ll love this recipe: Overloaded with sweet fresh strawberries. Graham cracker crust can be homemade or store bought. Uses Jello and 7UP or Sprite to give amazing flavor to the filling and help hold the fruit together. Make it in the morning and serve it at night. It needs about 4 hours to set. A vintage recipe that has stood the test of time.
This cake has three of my favorites: Thick, buttery rich pound cake, fresh raspberries and lime. It’s called a Raspberry Moscow Mule Cake that has all the flavors of a pretty drink, but is alcohol free. This cake is gorgeous, but also has a sweet and tangy flavor that you’ll love. (And it reminds me of our Shirley Temple Cake.) Let’s make it!
Was ambrosia salad ever been on your dinner table growing up? We often had a jello salad or ambrosia at holiday dinners. And with all of the rich foods the holidays bring, it’s cool and refreshing texture was a welcome addition to my plate. Is ambrosia a salad or a dessert? You decide. In the midwest we like to call dishes like this “salads”, although we know there is not much leafy and green about them. It’s much more like a dessert, but often served as a side dish.
Why you’ll love this recipe: Perfectly sweet and tart treats. Buttery crust which is also the topping. Uses leftover cranberry sauce. Makes just a small batch. Smooth and creamy! You’ll definitely want this simple, festive treat on your cookie tray this holiday season!
This gorgeous homemade bread is so easy to make! A simple no-knead enriched dough layered with almond and cranberry-raspberry filling, this gorgeous star bread is perfect for holiday celebrations or an everyday treat. Perfect for Christmas brunch. #PlatinumMoments #PlatinumYeast #redstaryeast #redstarpartner @redstaryeast @zoebakes
Preserve your fresh peaches for delicious breakfasts, lunches and sacks. This is peach freezer jam comes together in less than 30 minutes! A few weeks ago we planted two peach trees in our yard. It will be a few years before we can enjoy bushels of peaches for jams, cobblers and breads, but I cannot wait.