Food and Drinks

Desserts You Can 'Bake'

if You Have No

Oven at Home

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, April 21, 2020 6:01pm

Art by Ahl Mirambel

Food and Drinks

Desserts You Can 'Bake' if You Have No Oven at Home

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, April 21, 2020 6:01pm
Art by Ahl Mirambel
 

Desserts will always be one of the best parts of the meal. Our love for desserts sometimes urges us to make our own sweet treats--cakes, brownies, cookies. But how can we bake our favorite pastries and desserts if there’s no oven available at home? No need to worry because there are recipes that don’t require an oven to be done. Here are some of the desserts you can make at home.

Mango Trifle Cake

We’re all familiar with the mango float so why not twist it a little bit? Make a Mango Trifle Cake instead! For the frosting, you just need to combine all-purpose cream, condensed milk and white sugar using an electric mixer. For the cake, you can layer grocery store staple bavarian lava cake in a container. Sprinkle a milk soak before spreading the frosting evenly and putting cubed mangoes on top. Repeat the process for the second layer and then chill. 

See full recipe here.

No-bake Cheesecake

Making this cheesecake is almost fool-proof! You just need heavy cream, cream cheese, powdered sugar, gelatin, and graham crackers and butter for crust. Crush the graham crackers and add in butter. Press the mixture into a container. Next, beat cream cheese and sifted powdered sugar. Whip in heavy cream until the mixture is thick. Add a gelatin. Pour the mixture onto the graham cracker crust and wait until set.

See full recipe here.

Photo from Simply Recipes

Microwave Mug Cake

All you need are kitchen staples: flour, white sugar, cocoa powder, baking soda, milk, oil, vanilla extract, and water. Mix all of these ingredients in a microwave-safe mug and stir until products are well-blended. Microwave for one minute and 45 seconds and you have your dessert.

See full recipe here.

No-bake Cookies

Yes, no-bake cookies are possible. Just mix chocolate chips, butter, milk, and sugar in a large saucepan. Heat on medium heat until combined, stirring constantly. Bring to a boil, then remove from heat. Stir in peanut butter, oats, and vanilla and mix well. Pour mixture in a parchment or use a spoon to make drop cookies. Let set until firm.

See full recipe here.

Four-Ingredient Brownies

Brownies are not a complicated treat, especially if it’s a no-bake one. Just heat condensed milk and unsweetened chocolate in a saucepan. Remove it from heat and stir in graham cracker crumbs and chopped walnuts (you can use other nuts if you want too). Spread the mixture in a greased pan and top it with chopped walnuts before chilling until firm.

See full recipe here.

Photo from the Spruce Eats

Chocolate Cookie Pops

To make desserts interesting, why not make a Chocolate Cookie Pop? Just crush chocolate sandwich cookies and mix them in with cream cheese. Make one-inch balls with the mixture and insert a lollipop stick into each of them. Put them into a baking sheet and freeze the pops. Melt pieces of chocolate and use the sauce for dipping the cookie balls. Garnish the pops with sprinkles, nuts, or coconut flakes. Refrigerate them until chocolate is set.

See full recipe here.

Photo from Just a Taste

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

You can finally eat your cookie dough without fear of food poisoning because this recipe is egg-free. To make this treat, add butter, brown sugar, granulated in a large bowl and beat until light and fluffy. Put in vanilla extract and salt. Add flour until the mixture resembles a cookie dough. Finally, add your chocolate chips. Take a clump of dough and roll into balls. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes.

See full recipe here.

Photo from Simply Bakings

If you really want your desserts, the absence of an oven won’t be an excuse. Go on, try these recipes and make the dessert-lover in you come alive.

 

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