Looking for some great dessert ideas? I love stumbling across unique, creative, and awesome dessert ideas that are actually do-able (it’s no fun if it’s too hard, right?). Check out all of these neat dessert ideas that are easy, fun, and totally worth saving!
Great Dessert Ideas
Get the plastic wine glass from the $1 store. Place them in a goodie bag, and tie ribbon at the top. Cute! Photography credit: Jen O’Sullivan.com
How to make colorful candy apples for every occasion all year long! Saving this….
Use plastic cups to make covered cupcake holders – so smart!
4. Cupcakes in Champagne Glasses
Use plastic champagne glasses from the $1 store and fill them with candy to make cupcake stands! Great idea! (source unknown)
Use tonic water and food coloring to make your cupcakes glow in the dark – must try!
With whipped cream cheese frosting! Doesn’t this sound and look delicious?
Little chocolate mice – so cute! Made with chocolate dipped cherries, Hershey’s kisses, and sliced almonds.
Use cupcakes to create the look of a full cake. No cutting necessary and it’s much easier to do. Smart!
9. Rice Krispie Hay Barrels
Tractor carrying rice krispie treats. Cute idea! Here’s where you can get one of these cute toy tractors: CLICK HERE
How creative (and healthy too). Fruit for dessert – saving this idea!
11. Fruit Loop Butterflies
Make butterfly treat bags using Froot Loops, a plastic baggie, and pipe cleaners. Great idea! (source unknown)
How to make sunflower cupcakes using an Oreo and yellow frosting. Must try!
How to make a basketball cake using Reese’s Pieces – so smart!
So cute! Place little chocolate cupcakes in small terra cotta pots and use frosting to make them look like flowers.
15. Sewing Machine Cake
Complete with fondant buttons, fabric, and sewing machine on top. Amazing! (source unknown)
16. Graduation dessert idea
Make little diplomas using swiss cake rolls wrapped with ribbon that matches the school’s colors. So cute and easy and delicious! Source unknown.
17. Banana Nilla Cakes
These look fun to make AND to eat! Simply slice bananas (as pictured) and the stickiness of the banana slices will hold the mini nilla wafters on. Must try! (via Flickr)