I love to cook in the summertime and today I am sharing my favorite summer desserts. All of these recipes are amazing and delicious!
Today I am sharing recipes for macarons, summer cakes, ice cream, a frozen pie, popsicles, s’mores, cobbler, and more tasty desserts. I loved making each of these desserts. I guess you could say these are all of my favorite summer desserts.
Some of these tasty desserts are really simple and others are more difficult. And yet they all taste amazing!
It’s Day Five of my Thirty Days of Summer in June. Many of you know how much I love to cook. It’s relaxing and I really enjoy it. It’s fun to open up the pantry and drab some ingredients and decide what to make.
So why am I sharing my favorite summer desserts?
Because I have seen how much joy they bring my family and dinner guests. Nothing is better than sending my guests off with a fabulous dessert. And I want you to experience that too.
If you want a really simple summer dessert, then I suggest you make this Frozen Limeaid Pie. It really is easy to make.
And I can promise you that it tastes delicious!
One of the reasons I love to make desserts is because it is easy. What makes it easy? I have a well stocked pantry. I put together a list of all of the things I try to keep in my pantry. You can find my list here.
Here is a list of all of my favorite summer desserts. I hope you will make some of these desserts and get as much pleasure as I did serving them to my boys.
The kouign-amann is pronounced "queen a-mahn" and is from Brittany, France. It's like a cross between a croissant and a palmier, with layer after layer of buttery, flaky pastry on the inside, yet caramelized with ever-so-slightly-burnt sugar on the outside.
This fabulous recipe is used used to make pastries such as profiteroles, cream puffs, and eclairs. Today we are making Choux Puffs with a Mousseline cream and Raspberry filling. These measurements yield a high volume of puffs, so feel free to halve (or otherwise divide) the recipe according to your needs.
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