Dessert Recipes

I've never been much good at baking. I have a fear of flour. Desserts spelled backwards is stressed. But there are some fun things you can do outdoors that will put a crown on a great meal.

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Chocolate truffles are elegant, seductive, and easy to make thanks to this recipe for delicious Lusty Chocolate Truffles! The truffles starts with a simple to make chocolate ganache, forming them, then finishing the truffles by rolling them in cocoa powder, coconut, nuts, and more before presenting to your loved one! read more
Take your desserts over the top with this recipe for smoking chocolate chips at home. Cold smoking is the key to this recipe and creates just enough smoke to add a subtle touch of BBQ to the chocolate. Once smoked, the chocolate chips can be stored in an airtight container in order to mellow the smoke flavor. read more
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There's something truly decadent about deep fried candy bars and now you can make them at home with this simple recipe. By deep frying outdoors on the grill, you avoid that lingering smell and oily mess in your kitchen. The airy batter gives way to a deliciously warm and melty chocolate candy center. read more
Briefly grilled strawberries and smoked whipped cream are the stars of this delicious BBQ twist on southern strawberry shortcake. This delicious strawberry shortcake grilled dessert recipe features lightly charred grilled strawberries, blueberries for a patriotic touch, and whipped cream that has been lightly smoked. read more
Surprise the guests at your next BBQ cookout with this recipe for apple pie on a grill. What could be better after an All-American BBQ than all-American apple pie, cooked on the already warm grill. To make it easier to prepare, the recipe uses a crumble topping versus a second crust on top or a lattice topping. read more
Making delicious pies at home can seem like a challenge but here's a simple recipe for making foolproof pie crust. Whether it's sweet pies like apple pie or cherry pie or a savory pie like chicken pot pie, this is the only pie dough recipe you'll ever need. It also freezes well so you can make extra batches for later. read more
Grilling watermelon transforms an otherwise sweet summer treat into a savory side dish or dessert. Grilled watermelon tastes great plain but this recipe rounds out the flavor profile with fiery hot honey, citrusy lemon zest sea salt, and bright fresh mint. read more
This delicious and easy grilled peach crumble recipe is the perfect summer dessert for any backyard BBQ. Fresh seasonal peaches are halved, then grilled cut side down until lightly charred. Top the peaches with a simple crumble mixture then smoke over indirect heat until golden brown. read more
Peaches and cream, a classic summer treat and a combo as natural as peanut butter and jelly, are taken to new levels with a touch of grilling char and smoke. Peaches are halved and grilled until soft and smoky before being chopped and served with ice cream and a drizzle of mouthwatering rum, maple, and vanilla sauce. read more

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