If you take a look at the recipes on this blog you’ll get a good idea of what I like to make in the kitchen – veggie and vegan main meals, granola and baked goods. All including fruit or veg of course. Yep, I like baking a lot and my baked goodies section has by far the most recipes in it on this site.
Desserts however are not my strong point. I love eating them but when it’s up to me to make a pudding for a dinner party I often find myself lacking in inspiration. Just last week I spent so long trying to decide what to make for lunch at a friend’s that I ended up having to stop at the supermarket to pick up a chocolate tart, fruit and ice cream. Delicious it was, but by no means the same as homemade. So I was delighted when I looked through all the recipes that were added to last week’s Cook Blog Share linky to find so many delicious looking dessert recipes.
Here are a few to whet your appetite. And you’ll find this week’s linky at the bottom of this post. All food bloggers are welcome to join in – the more the merrier!
Choc mint after eight ice cream sandwiches
These gluten free treats from Gluten Free Alchemist look (almost) too good to eat.
Key lime pie
This is one of my all-time favourite desserts but I’ve never made it myself. This recipe from The Baking Explorer is definitely going on my must-try list.
When I was a child rice pudding from a tin was one of my favourite puddings. Especially if it was baked and had a skin on top – controversial I know! This beautifully-spiced recipe from Hijacked by Twins looks delicious.
Flourless chocolate and raspberry torte
This recipe from The Not So Creative Cook is just the kind of dessert I love. It would be a great one to make for my gluten free mum next time she visits.
To see the rest of the lovely recipes that were linked up last week visit Hijacked by Twins.
Cook Blog Share week 17 (26 April – 2 May 2016)
This week’s linky is just below. Here’s a reminder of what to do:
– Share a foodie post, old or new, add the #CookBlogShare badge (see below) and a link to this page and link up using the “Add Your Link” tool below.
– Comment on this page.
– Tweet your recipe using the hashtag #CookBlogShare. If you tag @sneakyvegblog I will retweet.
– Comment on some of the other recipes that have joined in.
– Share your recipes on the Facebook CookBlogShare group.
– All recipes will be shared on the #CookBlogShare Pinterest Board.