Dessert Pizza

Dessert pizza is a great way to use any fruit you have laying around. We use apples in this version but feel free to substitute if you’re in the mood for something else! This recipe also differs from your traditional dessert pizza by using focaccia bread instead of your normal pizza dough or puff pastry dessert pizza. The extra sturdy base makes for an AMAZING result. Be sure to try it! 

Berry Dessert Lasagna

Berry Dessert Lasagna

Okay, yes we’re calling it a lasagna. But really it’s just a delicious berry trifle! Despite the fanciful name, this chilled trifle makes for an easy dessert with bright, crowd-pleasing flavors. Using frozen cakes makes them easier to slice into “noodles.” If you can’t find fresh berries, frozen will do! 

Cemetery Cookie Dessert

Cemetery Cookies

Yes, we think these are the perfect Halloween treat. But honestly, they can be made any time of year! There is something about the vanilla pudding mixed with the cream cheese that makes a delightful experience after it’s been chilled. If you want to make this applicable to all times a year, forgo making the “graveyard” cookies and just crumble some on top!

Oaty hazelnut cookies

Hazelnut Oat Cookies

These gooey, moist oat cookies are delicious year-round but they’re extra good in cold weather. Maple syrup on top of the hazelnut combines to make a cookie that you can’t get enough of. Highly recommend you double this batch so you have enough to share! 

French Apple Tart

Photo by The Flexitarian Author Notes This French Apple Tart (Tarte Fine aux Pommes) is a classic dessert in France. Simple and delicious, it is best made with sweet dessert apples that do not “disintegrate” when cooked (Cox, Granny Smith etc..). I add a layer of applesauce between the pastry and apples. —The Flexitarian Serves…

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