10 Easy No Bake Summer Desserts
It’s Summer time again and you don’t have to bake in the summer heat, we have here a number of easy no-bake dessert recipes. These 10 No Bake Filipino Summer Dessert Recipes are the perfect way to take your dessert spread over the top and all of them are delicious, simple, and sweat-free.
Mango float is definitely the top well-loved and super easy no-bake Filipino dessert. As everybody knows, it is made of fresh, sweet and juicy slices of mangoes floating in condensed milk flavored cream in Graham crackers canvas. It can be prepared a day ahead and can be chilled until it’s dessert time.
If you need something super quick and easy to take to a party, but you also want it to be fab, then you should make this rocky road icebox cake. Make a no-bake rocky road treat full to the brim with marshmallows, chocolate, cookies and more! Refrigerate it until needed.
No baking required for this fruity-licious chilled dessert. Just layer some graham crackers, fill it with cream mixed with ube extract and condensed milk and top with ‘langka’ or jackfruit and ‘kasuy’ or cashews. Then indulge in all of the ube langkasuy goodness!
Even if you are no chef, this is something you could make! This Black Forest Icebox Cake is a combination of a cream filling, a layer of either cookies, graham crackers or wafers and your favorite garnish which could be chocolate curls or whole cherries on top to add a regal flair it rightly deserves.
Although tiramisu is a classic Italian dessert, it is a much-loved recipe by Filipinos. It is a silky rich delicacy made of whipped cream, mascarpone cheese and ladyfingers dipped in coffee liqueur for a boozy and indulgent flavor. Slice after slice, row after row, this tiramisu is sure to do all the talking.
The Filipino’s favorite fruit cocktail is not just exclusive to our all-time favorite fruit salad. It can also be an easy no-bake cake by layering it with luscious whipped cream and condensed milk. Don’t miss the explosion of flavor from the different fruits to the frosting only this icebox cake have.
This is a super quick and easy dessert to make. Just layer the graham crackers. Fill it with the whipped cream with coffee and cocoa powder. Make it crumbly with crushed cookies and chocolate chips, and drizzle with chocolate syrup. It is a dream of a dessert indeed.
Try this decadent Filipino take on the icebox cake for a dessert that is sure to impress. Mix and layer ladyfingers, whipped cream, condensed milk, ube or purple yam extract, and finish it with cheddar cheese on top. Super yum and relatively easy to prepare!
Are you looking for an impressive looking dessert that’s easy to make and perfect for the holidays? Try this festive layered dessert of wafers, cream cheese, instant pudding, condensed milk, lemon juice and of course the stars of this dessert – crushed pineapple and sweet cherries!
10] Ube Macapuno Icebox Cake Recipe (Coming Soon )
If you’re looking for a 5-ingredient fix this Christmas, this mouth watering frozen dessert recipe is just perfect! It is made of layers of ube and macapuno sandwiched in between graham crackers, cookies or wafers – your choice! This is the kind of dessert which can be prepared easily.