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.

chocolate truffles
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
Lou's Apple Pie
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
pie crust
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
Bowl of Dutch Oven Apple Cranberry Crisp
This classic fruit crisp recipe cooks beautifully and get crunchy on top in a Dutch oven. In addition to being delicious, this Dutch oven apple cranberry crisp is also quite simple. Toss the fruit with sugar, pour into a Dutch oven, and add a crumb topping. Top the lid with charcoal briquets and cook to perfection. read more
grape pie with lattice top
If you've never experienced grape pie then you're sure to fall in love as soon as you try this recipe for the Naples, NY favorite. The recipe was perfected by the grape pie queen, Irene Bouchard, who started making the pies in the late 1950s and eventually grew her business to 18,000 pies a year at its height. read more
peaches and ice cream
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
grilled avocados
Say goodbye to traditional desserts and surprise your guests with this delicious recipe for fruit salsa stuffed grilled avocados. Rich and creamy with the perfect touch of smoke, the avocados match perfectly with the sweet strawberry and mango salsa to create the perfect addition to your next backyard BBQ bash. read more
barbecued ice cream
Sweet meets heat with this showy grilled ice cream dessert. First introduced by AmazingRibs.com on Live with Regis and Kelly in 2001, this delicious barbecued ice cream dessert is the perfect way to wow your friends at your next BBQ and grilling cookout as you pull it from the grill at the end of the meal. read more
smores
Nutella is the key to creating the perfect s'more during your next campout or cookout. Every kid loves s'mores, those heavenly melanges of graham crackers, milk chocolate, and toasted marshmallows toasted on warm summer nights over campfires as accompaniment to ghost stories. Here's a recipe for pure s'mores nirvana! read more
pecan tassie
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this delicious recipe for pecan tassies, mini bite size pecan pies. Crunchy, nutty, gooey, flaky, and easy to pop one after another, these tasty tartlets are often served at Southern weddings, but are most common at Christmas and Thanksgiving, when pecans are still fresh. read more

peach blueberry crisp on the grill

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