Berry shortcake is the unsung hero of summer desserts. I know they sell pre-packaged sponges for this dessert, and maybe it’s because drop biscuits slathered in butter and honey were a dinner-time staple growing up, but I’ve always preferred a biscuit-based shortcake to the store-bought cakes. This recipe is the perfect biscuit for the dessert you’ll want to enjoy all berry season long.
Tag: summer dessert
There’s something soothing and comforting about a cup of Earl Grey tea and Walker’s Shortbread Cookies… or biscuits, depending on which side of the pond you’re on. This no-churn ice cream combines these tea time staples into a flavorful, slightly salty, slightly sweet, and satisfyingly creamy and crunchy dessert.
Cozy winter desserts are wonderful, but sometimes (in the dead of winter) you start to miss the bright flavors and colors of warmer months. My Wild Blueberry Lemon Bars are certainly bright. They’re citrusy, they’ve got the sweetness of wild blueberries, and they’re neon pink! Whether you’re looking to brighten these dark winter days or summon an early spring, this is the dessert for you.
This ice cream could not be easier. It’s as simple as picking up a few ingredients at the market, whipping some cream, smashing things up, and freezing. Once it’s ready, scoop and serve. This super easy, amazingly delicious ice cream will have everyone asking for s’more!
There’s not much better than an ice-cold treat on a hot day, and pudding pops are a classic hot-weather treat. With summer fruits and berries at the height of their abundance right now, I decided to put a new twist on one of my childhood favorites – Pudding Pops! This Berry Lemon Pudding Pop is made with a slightly sweetened berry compote, lemon instant pudding, and Greek yogurt for a little extra tang and a creamier texture.