Individually served desserts that would be sure to delight!| How to impress at a dinner party

Don’t you just feel happy whenever you are being served a delicious, pretty looking dessert at the end of your meal? Well, if you are hosting guest over or throwing a dinner party, do check out the delicious adorable treats below for inspiration. These smaller versions of the larger desserts not only serve as good portion control but also give the guest a warm feeling and make them feel extra special 😉

1.       Brownies

These fudgy, chocolate brownies would leave anyone yearning for more. Who doesn’t like having a decadent bar of chocolate to end of the meal?

 2.       Peanut-Butter and Chocolate-Ice-Cream Sandwich Cookies

Peanut-butter and chocolate-ice-cream sandwich cookies give one a homely feeling and would surely lighten up the mood of the party. Peanut butter and chocolate are also great complements!

 3.       Individual Dark Chocolate Pudding Cakes

Warm cake topped with melting ice cream is a traditional endnote to a special occasion. And every spoonful — with a bit of chocolate and a bit of vanilla, a little cold and a little heat — is pure romance.

4.       Walnut Dacquoises with Honey-Walnut Ice Cream

In these individual desserts, disks of meringue are with a mix of walnuts and cinnamon and then used to sandwich ice cream. A warm sauce of honey and cooked apples blends in with a scoop of vanilla as it melts. A dacquoises can be viewed as a larger macaron shell.

5.       Pretzel Crumbles

Create individual apple crumbles using pretzels from the market. Top halved apples with a mixture that includes crushed pretzels, oats and raisins.

6.       Grape Tarts

Red and green grapes are nestled inside individual puff-pastry shells to create sweet, flaky tarts. They not only look pretty but taste awesome too J

7.       Miniature Golden Fruitcakes

These tiny fruitcakes will bring joy to everyone on your list. For gifts, bake the cakes in decorative paper liners from supermarkets or baking stores, wrap in parchment, and tie with ribbon or twine.

8.       Chocolate Soufflés

These ethereal chocolate soufflés are a great alternative to the usual chocolate cake. Pop them in the oven as you’re finishing dinner and they’ll be perfectly timed for dessert.

9.       Lemon-Thyme Pound Cake

Give pound cake an extra ounce of flavour by enhancing it with flecks of lemon and thyme, an alternative to the classic herb.

10.   Lemon-Berry Pudding Cakes

The blackberry-swirled tops of these individual lemon desserts conceal a delicious surprise: the rich citrus pudding underneath.

11.   Mini Coconut-Macadamia Bundt Cakes

These homemade mini Bundt cakes make great wedding favours and would be really great gifts when packaged in individual gift boxes.

12.   Miniature Grapefruit Soufflés with Ginger

Airy and elegant, just as one would expect, these individual desserts surprise with the pleasantly bitter tang of red grapefruit and fresh ginger. Rest assured, there’s plenty of rich egg to round out any sharp edges.

13.   Cream Cheese and Poppy Seed Cakes

Sweetened cream cheese adds a fluffy dimension, and a sprinkling of poppy seeds lends a bit of crunch; a perfect combination to have for dessert.

14.   Strawberry Soufflés

Easier to make than traditional soufflés, frozen soufflés can be prepared ahead leaving more time at the table with your sweetheart. The tartness of the strawberry and the light texture of the soufflés also go light on the palette.

15.   Lemon Soufflés

These individual soufflés are easier to make than you might think. To help them rise properly, use upward brush strokes to butter the dishes. The acidity of the lemon helps in aiding the digestion of food after a full meal.

16.   Mini Blackberry Pies

Miniature pies containing fresh berries, piled into a buttery crust and topped with whipped cream is just pure pleasure! Serve warm for a better taste.

If you are short of time or just simply don’t want to step into the kitchen, drop us your orders today and sit back and relax and just enjoy your desserts!









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