Not On Speaking Terms With Your Oven? No Problem, Thanks To These 63 No-Bake Desserts

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63 Easy No-Bake DessertsPHOTO: BRYAN GARDNER; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Come summertime, turning the oven on in order to make a sweet treat is a no-go. Sound familiar? We can name more than a few reasons why we might be avoiding our ovens these days, but that shouldn't mean you have to skip dessert. Maybe your oven isn’t working quite right or is stacked with other, more important things (like oven-baked ribs or a whole roast chicken). Maybe you’re cooking with kids and don’t want them going in and out of a hot oven. Maybe it’s just too dang hot ou, and you want to avoid turning on the oven at all costs. Whatever the reason we've got 63 clever no-bake desserts that mean you get to keep your cool AND satisfy your sweet tooth all at the same time!

Some dessert recipes are inherently no-bake, like truffles, ice cream, or fudge, and we’ve included a number of our favorites here. Others are easy shortcuts to more complicated desserts, and that’s where the meaning of no-bake really shines. Love cheesecake, but hate water baths? Yeah, us too. Make our raspberry cheesecake lasagna, our no-bake whipped ricotta cheesecake, our lemon-blueberry mini cheesecakes, or our cheesecake pops instead. More of a cake or pie fan? Try our drumstick pie, our chocolate fluffernutter pie, our lemon icebox cake, or our no-bake blackberry Oreo tart.

While these are no-bake, that doesn’t necessarily mean no-cook. We’ve included some recipes here that are cooked on the stove or involve minor heating up of ingredients (more power to you to melt your chocolate in the microwave). Some, like our buckeyes, our no-bake oatmeal cookies, or our chocolate-covered strawberries, are still crazy easy to make. Others, like our Greek yogurt panna cotta, our crêpe cake, or our copycat Klondike bars take a little bit more finesse (and sometimes a candy thermometer). Even so, we think they’re the kind of recipes you should have in your dessert arsenal and make a great addition to any dessert table, year-round.

Drumstick Pie

Sugar cone fans—get ready to meet your new fave dessert. We use sugar cones not only for the topping in this no-bake dessert, but also in the homemade crust. Layered with vanilla ice cream, chocolate ganache, and crumbled peanuts for a sweet-salty, topping, this "pie" truly has something for everyone.

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ice cream pie with chocolate ganache, waffle cones and peanuts
PHOTO: ROCKY LUTEN; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Banana Split

Topped with fruit syrups, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, and a cherry, few desserts are as recognizable as an ice cream sundae, and this recipe will help you make the ultimate version. The truly classic banana split features strawberry and pineapple syrup as well as chocolate sauce, so we've got it all for you here.

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banana split with chocolate sauce and strawberry syrup
PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Limoncello Tiramisu

Tiramisu lovers, prepare to take your favorite coffee-soaked dessert to a world of lemon. Limoncello, lemon curd, and lemonade take full rein of this dessert, turning it into a summertime dream.

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limoncello tiramisu
PHOTO: BRYAN GARDNER; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Mason Jar Ice Cream

We’ve got lots of magic shortcuts for you, from no-churn options to ice cream made in a bag, and now this recipe, ice cream in a mason jar. It really is as easy as it sounds: Simply put heavy cream, sugar, vanilla extract, and salt into a jar, then shake it!

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mason jar ice cream
PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: ERIKA JOYCE

Peach Melba

There is nothing better than seasonal fruit for dessert, especially when it’s paired with ice cream! This take on peach melba continues the tradition of pairing peaches with a fresh tart-and-sweet raspberry sauce and vanilla ice cream. In just half an hour, you’ll have a tasty, memorable, kid-friendly dessert that will please everyone post-dinner.

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vanilla ice cream topped with peaches and raspberries
PHOTO: JULIA GARTLAND; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDERSON

Cheesecake Pops

These creamy cheesecake pops are the perfect easy dessert to cool off with when you just can't be bothered to make a homemade cheesecake from scratch. With strawberry pieces and a crushed graham cracker topping, these pops give you the same delicious flavors you're craving, with way less effort.

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cheesecake pops with a strawberry swirl and crumble topping
PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Crêpe Cake

If you love sky-high, showstopping desserts, prepare to meet your new obsession. Crêpe cake is a cool, lofty masterpiece composed of layers of 肠谤ê辫别蝉 and lightened vanilla pastry cream, all topped with a billowing cloud of whipped cream and a crown of fresh berries. It’s light, creamy, and absolutely irresistible.

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PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDSERON

Raspberry Cheesecake Lasagna

Summer is all about big pans of fruity no-bake cheesecake, and this cheesecake lasagna is giving all that and more. Fresh raspberry filling sits atop layers of crunchy graham cracker crust and silky whipped cream cheese for a cool, creamy dessert that’s equally simple to make and impressive to serve.

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PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING BARRETT WASHBURNE

No-Bake Blackberry Oreo Tart

Blackberries are that “side” berry we kind of forget about. But when Oreos come knocking, there is something special to be said about their lovely pairing. And the title of “no-bake” anything should be relieving, especially in the summertime.

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no baked blackberry oreo tart with mascrapone whipped cream and blackberry filling and an oreo crust
PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

Homemade ice cream—is there anything better? Sure, you could buy it in a pint or trek to a scoop shop, but ice cream made in your own kitchen not only tastes better, it has a bit of magic to it. All this one requires is an electric mixer and a bowl, plus some time in the freezer to let the mixture set up.

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: ERIKA JOYCE

Puppy Chow

If you've never had Puppy Chow (otherwise known as Muddy Buddies), you're in for a treat. The names are somewhat bewildering, but don't let that stop you—this Chex cereal, peanut butter, chocolate, and powdered sugar snack mix is INCREDIBLE.

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chex mix tossed in peanut butter and powdered sugar
PHOTO: LUCY SCHAEFFER; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Blueberry Cheesecake Icebox Cake

When it’s hot outside, a no-bake dessert like this blueberry cheesecake icebox cake is an ace up your sleeve. Layers of blueberry jam, whipped cream cheese, and graham crackers are stacked together for a no-fuss cool and creamy masterpiece that looks like you spent hours crafting it (but all you did was chill it!).

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PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: TAYLOR ANN SPENCER

Copycat Klondike Bars

Klondike Bars are a freezer case staple, but what if we told you that it’s easy to make a homemade version with a simple no-churn ice cream and a two-ingredient DIY chocolate topping? IT'S TRUE.

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copycat klondike bars
PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING:MAKINZE GORE

Brigadeiros

Chocolate sprinkles are traditional for these Brazilian chewy truffles, but you can use anything from nonpareils to your favorite nuts.

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brigadeiros covered in chocolate and rainbow sprinkles, pistachios, and almonds
PHOTO: JOEL GOLDBERG; FOOD STYLING: HADLEY SUI

No-Bake Whipped Ricotta Cheesecake

"No-bake" and "whipped" in the same recipe name as "cheesecake"? Sure! The whipped ricotta and mascarpone combination lightened with whipped cream atop a Biscoff cookie crust is quite dreamy.

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no baked whipped ricotta cheesecake with vanilla bean and biscoff lemon cookie crust
PHOTO: NICO SCHINCO; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Pineapple Granita

Simple to make and easily modified, granita is perfect on its own as a light palate cleanser or dressed up with whipped cream and toppings. This pineapple version is big on tropical flavors, with heavy notes of vanilla and toffee thanks to a splash of rum and a scoop of dark brown sugar.

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PHOTO: LUCY SCHAEFFER PHOTOGRAPHY; FOOD STYLING: LENA ABRAHAM

No-Bake Oatmeal Cookies

Use the base of these impossible-to-mess-up cookies as your launchpad, then stir in some additions to make them your own. Unsweetened shredded coconut, almond extract, chocolate peanut butter or Nutella, and chopped nuts all add extra depth to these cookies. Use a crunchy peanut butter or almond butter if you like too.

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Parker Feierbach

Banana Pudding Cheesecake Bars

For nice and neat cheesecake bars that are easy to slice, you need to freeze them. There isn't a super-quick way to firm them up, so we highly suggest making these the night before and garnishing them right before serving.

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Parker feierbach

Nutella Pops

Turn your favorite chocolate-hazelnut spread into these adorable little popsicles. They taste like Fudgesicles, only better (hello, because Nutella)!

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PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Oreo Cookie Balls

Oreo lovers, meet your new favorite dessert. These cookie balls are essentially truffles. You simply crush up Oreos (we like using a food processor but the old zip-top bag and rolling pin definitely works), mix them up with cream cheese, and then dunk those balls into melted chocolate.

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PARKER FEIERBACH

Pi?a Colada Lasagna

This easy no-bake pi?a colada-inspired "lasagna" has a base of toasted coconut and crushed graham cracker, layered with a smooth and velvety coconut cream cheese, buttery shortbread cookies, and juicy pineapple Jell-O. Topped with a cloud of whipped cream and a sprinkle of toasted coconut, this dessert will take center stage.

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creamy coconut lime cheesecake layered with buttery shortbread cookies, crushed pineapple jello, cool whipped cream, and maraschino cherries all on a graham cracker coconut crust
PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Creamsicles

Super-simple to make, these frozen bars are a refreshing, easy dessert to enjoy on those too-hot summer days. Trust us—these creamy yogurt-based orange Popsicles are so much better than anything you can buy at the store.

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frozen creamsicle bars with orange and cream swirls
PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

No-Churn Caramel Apple Pie Ice Cream

Dessert leftovers might get overlooked, but you’ll want to save a few slices of your classic American pie to make this easy no-churn caramel apple pie ice cream. This fresh, rich ice cream is a simplified alternative to using an ice cream maker and is maybe too easy to eat and make!

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PHOTO: JOSEPH DE LEO; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

No-Bake Blackberry Cheesecake Bars

These no-bake cheesecake bars get a stunning, swirly topping of blackberries that looks more like art than dessert. Bonus: The cheesecake itself is tart and fluffy with the creamiest texture.

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no bake blackberry cheesecake bars with graham cracker crust and blackberry topping
PHOTO: JOEL GOLDBERG; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Gelato

What says summer more than strolling down cobblestone streets, a cone of gelato in hand? If you can't make it to Italy, our homemade gelato recipe will at least make you feel like you're living your best life, right at home.

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ANDREW BUI

Lemon Icebox Cake

Icebox cake may be an old-school concept, but this recipe is truly spectacular. The combination of lemon curd and cream cheese frosting is intensely citrusy and refreshing, and the quick candied lemon peel makes it priceless.

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Erik Bernstein

No-Bake Peaches And Cream Pie

There's simply nothing better than sweet cream and juicy peaches together. The gently cooked and fresh peaches really highlight the summer fruit, and the salty pretzel crust puts this over the top. It’s an easy dessert to make ahead and without turning on the dreaded oven.

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PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Fantasy Fudge

Fantasy fudge is a shortcut fudge that is just as good as the real thing. Our two favorite things about it are that 1) it's quick to make and 2) it's totally customizable! Not only can you use any chocolate you like, but you can also choose whatever mix-ins you want.

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JOEL GOLDBERG

Orange Creamsicle Bars

These triple-layered orange bars have us feeling all nostalgic for the classic frozen Popsicle treat that inspired them. Just like their inspiration, these bars are irresistibly good. They’re creamy, dreamy, and the perfect blend of citrusy orange and vanilla bean flavor paired with a graham cracker crust.

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orange creamsicle bars with a graham cracker crust
PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Classic Tiramisu

Filled with so many flavors, tiramisu still somehow tastes light, with soaked ladyfingers that practically melt in your mouth upon the first bite. The best part of this decadent treat? Make this no-bake dessert the day before and let the flavors mix and meld together for a flavor-packed dessert guaranteed to make nonna proud.

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PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: LENA ABRAHAM

Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Cake

Golden sandwich cookies (like Oreos) and freeze-dried strawberries are the secret to the irresistibly crunch topping for this ice cream spin on strawberry shortcake.

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Andrew bui

Greek Yogurt Panna Cotta

Panna cotta is a creamy, chilled dessert that while delicious, does tend to be pretty rich. We put a slightly more nutritious spin by incorporating Greek yogurt and honey into the recipe and swapping out most of the cream. The result is a rich treat that isn’t overly sweet, perfect for enjoying again and again.

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greek yogurt panna cotta topped with honey, raspberries, and blackberries
PHOTO: RACHEL VANNI; FOOD STYLING: ADRIENNE ANDERSON

Banana Pudding Pops

Banana pudding is a staple year-round, but when we're craving it during the summer, nothing beats this clever spin. A simple frozen dessert, these refreshing pops couldn't be easier to make. With only 15 minutes of prep, the hardest thing about this recipe is waiting for them to chill—we guarantee it. ?

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PHOTO: ROCKY LUTEN; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

No-Bake Banana Caramel Pecan Pie

When it comes to old-school desserts, banana cream pie and pecan pie are always at the top of the list. If you’re torn between which to make, why not combine them?

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Lemon-Blueberry Mini Cheesecakes

Even though these cheesecakes might be miniature, they deliver maximum flavor. Bonus: no finicky water bath!

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PHOTO: ROCKY LUTEN; FOOD STYLING: TAYLOR ANN SPENCER

Triple-Chocolate Trifle

By putting our own spin on the classic, decadent chocolate dessert, we turned this triple-chocolate trifle into a serious show-stopper. It’s a great make-ahead, no-bake dessert for larger celebrations and dinner parties, because it's guaranteed to satisfy everyone, whether they’re chocolate skeptics or full-blown lovers.

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PHOTO: LUCY SCHAEFFER PHOTOGRAPHY; FOOD STYLING: ERIKA JOYCE

Buckeyes

Loaded with peanut butter and dipped in chocolate, these buckeyes are basically a homemade Reese’s peanut butter cup in truffle form. They’re easy to make and great for taking to parties—although if you do, you should probably attach a warning label to the plate. You won’t be able to have just one.

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: JASON SCHREIBER

No-Bake Buckeye Cheesecake Bars

Buckeyes are a beloved truffle made of a rich peanut butter filling and dipped in chocolate. This no-bake cheesecake might be even easier. The cheesecake is lighter and creamier than the truffle, but still has all of the peanut butter and chocolate elements you love.

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nobake buckeye cheesecake bars
PHOTO: ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLING: RILEY WOFFORD

No Churn Strawberry Shortcake Vegan Ice Cream

Plant-based, dairy-free, vegan… no matter what you want to call it, this ice cream is as good as—if not better—than any dairy counterpart. Thanks to the no-churn method, this recipe is also easy to make without an ice cream maker.

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: LAURA REGE

Halo-Halo

Halo-halo is a traditional Filipino shaved ice dessert that's topped with a rainbow of delicious ingredients. The beauty of halo-halo is how easy it is to assemble. You'll start by arranging the shaved ice in bowls or a tall glass, then go crazy with the toppings, from kaong (sugar palm fruit in syrup) to sweet chickpeas to ube ice cream.

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Andrew bui

Spumoni Ice Cream Cake

Six pints of ice cream and magic shell to top it off? This ice cream cake, inspired by the classic Italian gelato flavor of pistachio, strawberry, and chocolate, is too good.

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Suzanne Clements

Strawberry Cheesecake Pie

Kitchen just way too hot this summer (or missing summer this winter)? No sweat, this no-bake strawberry cheesecake pie is here for you.

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Suzanne Clements

Easy Halva

Halva is a Middle Eastern tahini-based treat similar to fudge, but less sweet. We're obsessed.

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ANDREW BUI

Chocolate Coconut Balls

If you love Almond Joy candy bars, these chocolate coconut truffles are calling your name. Packed with toasted almonds (use store-bought to completely avoid your oven) and two kinds of coconut, they are chewy, nutty, and totally scrumptious. Oh... and did we mention they’re also covered in chocolate? ?

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: JASON SCHREIBER

Raspberry Tiramisu

We love a classic tiramisu and couldn’t imagine it getting much better—until raspberries entered the picture. We use a little orange liqueur instead of rum to amplify the bright flavors.

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Joel goldberg

?clair Cake

Traditional pate a choux, the French dough used to make classic eclairs and profiteroles, can be a difficult pastry to make, so for this cheater version we use graham crackers. They're not technically anything like an éclair, but they're still great for layering in this cake and become soft as the cake chills (sort of like in an icebox cake!).

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: SPENCER RICHARDS

Funfetti Dip

It’s time to channel your inner big kid. Think white cake laced with confetti sprinkles that explode into colorful polka dots (just like in our perfect birthday cake). If you love it as much as we do, it’s time to switch it up and try a quicker, simpler version of Funfetti in dip form—because why not!

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PHOTO; ERIK BERNSTEIN; FOOD STYLIST; MAKINZE GORE

No-Bake Creamsicle Cheesecake

If you're a nostalgic fan of creamsicles, then let us introduce you to your new favorite cheesecake. We incorporated the sweet orange flavors of the classic treat into this ultra-creamy cheesecake with a buttery crust for the ultimate summer treat.

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no bake creamsicle cheesecake with dollops of whipped cream and a graham cracker crust
PHOTO: JULIA GARTLAND; FOOD STYLING: MAKINZE GORE

Chocolate Fluffernutter Pie

For all the chocolate and peanut butter–obsessed, Fluffernutter-loving friends out there: We see you. This recipe is an upgrade of our no-bake peanut butter pie. Instead of topping it with traditional whipped cream (which would still be totally delicious), we made a very quick and easy marshmallow whipped cream. ?

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chocolate fluffernutter pie
suzanne clements

Salted Caramels

Sea salt and caramel are a total match made in heaven, whether it's in a luscious sauce or, in this case, perfectly chewy, wrappable candies. If it seems silly to top them with salt, trust us—it pulls the flavors together (and adds a little crunch!).

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JOEL GOLDBERG

Coffee Cookies 'N' Cream Ice Cream

You don't need a machine to make a homemade batch of ice cream—just a strong arm and some imagination. Here, we folded in Oreos, caramel sauce, and a touch of instant coffee for a caffeinated kick, but this recipe is infinitely adaptable.

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Parker feierbach

Peanut Brittle

Ready in 20 minutes with mainly pantry staples, this peanut brittle is for anyone that can't get enough of toasty, nutty flavors, or the irresistible sweet and sugary crackle of brittle. Perfect as a holiday dessert or something to snack on all year long, this easy treat gets some added special flavors that we think truly make it a perfect brittle.

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Andrew bui

Oreo Truffles

Raid the cookie and candy aisles to jazz these truffles up—a bit of crushed candy or changing up the variety of Oreo can add a fun boost of flavor and color to your truffles. Make sure to save a little extra too, so you can top each truffle with some crumbs.

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PARKER FEIERBACH

Mochi

Mochi is a sweet, chewy rice pastry that hails from Japan. Traditionally made from cooked and pounded rice, mochi are also easily made with rice flour. Here, each ball is filled with a sweet red bean paste, but ice cream, a matcha green tea filling, or black sesame paste are classic and will work too.

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PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Mint Chip Lasagna

Mint chocolate lovers will lose their minds over this no-bake dessert. We used mint Oreos, but if you already have the classic kind on hand, feel free to use those instead. Adding mint extract to the cheesecake layer is what's absolutely key.

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Parker Feierbach

Chocolate Toffee

This recipe is really simple, but toffee in general can be a littttlllleee fussy. Our biggest piece of advice: WHISK CONSTANTLY! The moment you walk away from the saucepan, the butter and sugar will separate.

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KAT WIRSING

Cookies 'N' Cream Ice Cream Pie

With lots of rich, creamy vanilla ice cream and chocolate cookie bits flecked throughout, there's something in this pie for everyone. And if the chocolate cookies aren't enough, there's a warm, rich, fudgy chocolate sauce in this recipe, too. What more could you ask for?!

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Andrew bui

Mint Chocolate Chip Pie

This no-bake pie tastes just like the beloved ice cream flavor. Looking for more no-bake mint chocolate goodness? Give our mint chip lasagna a try too!

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Hearst Owned

Confetti Squares

If you need a quick and easy dessert idea, these peanut butter and chocolate confetti squares are the perfect thing. They are a breeze to put together and after a quick chill in the fridge, everyone will go crazy for them. Rainbow marshmallows make for an extra-fun pop of color, so use them instead of boring 'ole white.

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Parker Feierbach

Icebox Cake

Few desserts are as easy as an icebox cake: if you can whip cream, you're basically halfway there. Oreo Thins make a great cookie base because they can soften perfectly all the way through, but, honestly, a regular Oreo will work just as well if you have those on hand.

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Park Feierbach

No-Bake Cheesecake

The only downside to a cheesecake is how long it takes to bake and how fussy it can be (water bath? no thank you!). This no-bake cheesecake takes all the stress away. Plus, it only takes about half the time to make.

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Parker Feierbach

Frozen Samoa Pie

Even when Girl Scout Cookie season is over, you can still satisfy your Samoa cookie cravings. This frozen pie is the perfect no-bake treat and has all of the coconut, caramel, and chocolate you love.

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frozen samoa pie
Parker feierbach

Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Is there anything better than chocolate-covered strawberries? We think not. They're indulgent and classy, romantic and a little cheesy—just sweet enough to make you and your loved ones smile.

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Ethan Calabrese

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