Sometimes cooking doesn't need to be over-complicated, especially when it comes to dessert time. Instead of going to town with dozens of ingredients, try keeping sweets simple instead, and use fewer ingredients to maximum effect.
Think chocolate and peanut butter fudge, cookies and ice cream pie, or fruit-forward desserts like poached pears and strawberries in balsamic vinegar. They're all easy three-ingredient desserts that will satisfy a spectrum of sweet-toothed guests.
With that in mind, we've collated a selection of easy three-ingredient dessert recipes that champion store-cupboard essentials, as well as seasonal fruit and perennial favourites like chocolate, to keep life sweet and simple when you need it most.
Easy Three-Ingredient Desserts
If dessert-time means capitalising on comfort food in front of a movie, try Tasty's recipes for triple decker 'box' brownies, cookies and ice cream pie, and peanut butter chocolate 3-ingredient fudge and more, in the easy three-ingredient dessert recipes shown in the video below.
Three-Ingredient Chocolate Desserts
If chocolate rules in your house, check out these simple recipes, which let the chocolate do the talking in the Tasty tutorial below: 'cookies ‘n’ cream ice cream', 'chocolate and peanut butter fudge' and 'chocolate-strawberry braid' recipes.
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