Whether it’s a tiring day at work or a bad break up, desserts are the ultimate pick-me-up dishes that can help one overcome even the toughest of times.
This is because desserts contain sweet ingredients such as sugar, honey, and chocolates that release ‘feel-good’ endorphins in your system, to help you feel better—even if it’s just temporary.
This is why this Thanksgiving season; you should celebrate with desserts that have had your back through all the tough times in life.
Take a look at some of these desserts that can make your Thanksgiving dinner with your friends and family even more special and sweeter.
Old fashioned apple crisp
This dish will remind you of that apple pie that your grandma used to make back when you were a kid.
Apple crisp is the ultimate comfort dish as it incorporates the fresh flavors of vanilla and homemade whipped cream that will make your kitchen smell like a hot oven full of love. To make this dish you need chopped apples, lemon juice, orange juice, cinnamon, sugar, vanilla, flour, oats, butter, and walnuts.
Once the dish is ready, serve a plate with a side of cold vanilla ice-cream and revel in the tangy and creamy goodness of the dessert.
Caramel macchiato gelato
We all know making desserts requires a lot of time and effort, but not this one! This caramel macchiato gelato is a no-churn dessert that’s rich, creamy, and bursts with the flavors of caramel.
With only six ingredients and a spatula, you can make this light dessert to end your Thanksgiving holiday on a high note. To make this dish you need sweetened condensed milk, heavy whipping cream, espresso powder, coffee liqueur, vanilla extract, and caramel syrup.
Freeze the gelato for at least six hours before serving it chilled. Glaze the serving with sweetened condensed milk and enjoy every bite of this glorious dessert!
The Texas sheet cake
Are you dessert cravings ever truly fulfilled without chocolate? This southern chocolate classic is a warm cake that’s iced with a hot, sugary layer of fudgy chocolate. The cake is then topped with chopped pecans and toffee bits. There’s also an extra pudding-like layer of soft chocolate that stays moist even after the cake is cooled.
To make this dessert, you need butter, brewed coffee, cocoa powder, flour, sugar, eggs, baking soda, vanilla extract, buttermilk, pecan, and chocolate chips. Serve the cake cold with a cold glass of milk and brace yourself for the most out-of-world chocolate dessert experience.
These delicious desserts are the perfect way to make your Thanksgiving holiday a great one! Find the full recipe of these decadent treats at Eats By The Beach. The online food blog features a variety of easy dessert recipes and other easy food recipes to assist you in cooking and eating well!
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