The sweet and tangy flavors of fruity desserts
Fruity desserts are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth without going overboard
Fruity desserts are a delicious and refreshing way to satisfy your sweet tooth while enjoying fresh fruits' natural sweetness and tartness. From classic favourites like apple pie and berry crumble to more exotic options like mango cheesecake and pineapple upside-down cake, there's no shortage of fruity desserts.
Whether you're looking for a light and healthy treat or a rich and decadent indulgence, fruit-based desserts offer a wide range of flavours, textures, and styles to suit any taste. So why not add sweetness to your day with a delicious fruity dessert?
They're sweet, tart and full of fresh fruit flavour. The crust is made with butter and graham cracker crumbs. The filling is made from a mixture of fresh lemon juice, eggs and sugar--it's similar to cheesecake in texture but lighter in taste because it doesn't have any cheese or cream! To achieve the perfect texture for this dessert: don't overmix your batter; bake until set around the edges but still jiggles slightly in the centre when shaken; chill overnight before cutting into squares (this will help prevent crumbling).
If you love the sweet and tangy flavour of lemon bars, you'll love the mango cheesecake! This dessert is rich, creamy, and bursting with tropical flavours. The crust is made with butter and graham cracker crumbs, just like lemon bars, but the filling is a mixture of cream cheese, eggs, sugar, and mango puree. This gives the dessert a similar texture to cheesecake but a much lighter taste. Once it's finished baking, chill it overnight before serving. This will help the cheesecake hold its shape and prevent it from crumbling.
The crust is made with butter and graham cracker crumbs, just like lemon bars, but the filling is made with fresh rhubarb, sugar, and Godrej Jersey cream. The filling is similar in texture to a fruit pie but with a stronger tartness that balances the sweetness. To achieve the perfect texture for this dessert, bake until the crust is golden brown and the filling is bubbling. Allow it to cool to room temperature before serving to let the filling set. Chill the pie overnight for an even better texture before cutting it. This will help the filling firm up and make it easier to slice.
The sweet and tart flavour combination of berries is a classic for a good reason. This crumble recipe uses a berry mix and Godrej Jersey Cream, but you can use any fruit that you like--strawberries and raspberries also work well. Topped with a crunchy oat and nut topping, this dessert will surely please even the pickiest eaters at your next dinner party or family gathering. The best part? It's easy enough for anyone to make!
Do you know of any other fruity desserts? Let us know in the comments.