8 ways to have dessert for dinner
Break the rules and embrace your sweet tooth, these recipes prove dessert can make for a decadent main course.
Published Aug 27, 2015 5:00 AM
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by Emily Dorward
The only thing better than not skipping dessert is having it for dinner in the first place! Read on for our favorite ways to incorporate a little something sweet when you need a break from savory.
Blood Orange Pistachio Pudding
Blood oranges and pistachios make this bread pudding main-course-worthy.
Roasted Strawberry, Brie, and Chocolate Dark Chocolate
A simple but luxurious take on a comfort food classic, this gooey grilled cheese would make for a perfect night in paired with a glass of red wine.
If you love bread and chocolate (and who doesn’t?) look no further than these flaky French treats.
Grilled Peaches with Vanilla Bean Marscarpone with Salted Bourbon Caramel
This perfect combination of sweet and serious is sure to impress.
These fluffy, fruity individual pancakes should be served fresh, but no worries, there definitely won’t be leftovers.
Lemon Panna Cotta with Blackberry Sauce
This rich Italian dessert is refreshed with an injection of lemon and a topping made of fresh blackberries.
This fruit-based gazpacho is a welcome twist on a summer standby.
Pear Souffle with Chocolate Sauce
This delicate soufflé becomes even tastier topped with chocolate sauce.