I'm not saying I wouldn't eat an entire slice of pie (because I totally would), but some days, all I need to tame my sweet tooth is a little two-bite dessert. If all you need is a little morsel of tasty goodness, then why not try one of these wee delicious desserts?
The recipe makes about two dozen of these tiny treats, enough to make you the hero of the office for one whole day.
These really don't look that difficult to make, do they? Want! But only when raspberries are in season.
Seriously? This dinky dessert has all of my favorite things: mint, chocolate, and cheesecake.
This recipe looks really, really messy, but also really, really worth it. Who cares if you get flour everywhere?
Look, anything that starts with Oreo cookies is going to end well, and these just look especially divine.
All I want is one (okay, maybe TWO) of these and a cup of tea and I'll be so happy.
If you love donuts, and ice cream, this recipe shows you how to enjoy them both together. You're welcome.
Don't these sound like they'd be perfect to bring to a summer BBQ? The lemon makes them a lighter, more summer-y choice.
These just sound like a big plate full of yummy gooey goodness with extra calories, just in case.
I'm not a big fan of red velvet cake (not sure what it's supposed to taste like, exactly) but these truffles look tasty anyway.
The way these are made in the video, they're a little bigger than two bites; when I make them, I just do them smaller.
My favorite part of making these mini pies (aside from eating them) is crushing the graham crackers. It's excellent for stress relief.
I'd make a batch of these to take camping, then probably we'd eat them in the car on the way up.
Make a batch of these for your next girls' night in, then watch as your besties eat and enjoy. If they didn't love you forever already, they will now.
Ohmigosh, these look so easy to make! And they don't look like they'd be overly sweet, either. So maybe have two?
Which of these desserts are you going to make first... and can I have one?
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