If anything, this heat while in coronavirus-caused self-isolation has made you delusional—as that wonderful beach holiday you've been dreaming of, need we remind you, isn't looking to happen soon. You can do something to bring "summer" to your home, though, by concocting season-staple sorbetes and shakes right in your kitchen!
That said, let this set of quick frozen dessert recipes help ease your fix up for now! No La Union or Boracay these warm months, sure, but you can always enliven the summer spirit right at home with imagination!
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3-Ingredient No-Bake Desserts
Is there anything easier than a dessert needing only three ingredients to make? These peanut butter cups, chocolate cereal treats, strawberry ice box cake, and cookies and ice cream pie will surely get your sweet cravings satisfied. They're your best indulgences when working from home!
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If you’re up for something fruity, a two-ingredient sorbet could do the trick! From peach, pineapple, and kiwi to raspberry and blackberry, these refreshing frozen mixtures will help keep your cool while in confinement!
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Coconut Cream Popsicles
Let coconut cream popsicles be your new fave dessert! Here's the no-brainer recipe: Just blend your favorite fruit combos (like strawberry and banana or mixed berries) with coconut milk and honey!
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Brazilian Truffles (Brigadeiros)
Brazilian Truffles make a great post-meal dessert. Go past the chocolate variant by also opting for cookies and cream, strawberry, and coconut flavors!
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Milkshake and booze absolutely say summer, be it strawberries with brandy, chocolate peanut butter with spiced rum, Irish coffee with whiskey, or peaches with bourbon. Cheers!
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