Four Sweet And Salty Desserts You Need To Try ASAP
I’m a total dessert fiend, but I’m not just a sucker for anything sweet. My ideal dessert has to have a little bit of a kick, and in my case, that kick is a combination of sugar and salt. The sweet and salty trend is nothing new, but keeping it in mind can take your desserts from basic to next-level. Here are just a few fun combinations of salty and sweet that will make you want to get in the kitchen ASAP:
Potato chips, pretzels and chocolate chip cookies might sound great on their own, but they’re even better when you combine all three for one seriously amazing dessert. This recipe, from blog Very Best Baking, takes your old sleepover staples and churns them together for one seriously mouth-watering cookie.
You can follow the addictive recipe here: https://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/144570/sweet-salty-nestle-toll-house-cookies/#sm.00016xlxn2gwndjb114zre0v3ws1q
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- Salted Caramel Pecan Shake
This recipe from Martha Stewart is portable! This milkshake uses one of the world’s most delectable toppings, salted caramel, and combines it with premium vanilla ice cream. It’s perfect for a hot day, or for when you can’t be bothered to use a spoon!
You can follow the recipe here: http://www.marthastewart.com/sites/files/marthastewart.com/styles/wmax-520-highdpi/public/d31/6027_101510_caramel_pecan_shake/6027_101510_caramel_pecan_shake_vert.jpg?itok=EpPRpo6m
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Sometimes you just need to go with a classic, which is why these salted fudge brownies from Food & Wine are exactly what you should put on your mainstay menu. Your standard table salt won’t cut it for this recipe: flaky salt like Maldon will melt better in the batter and look prettier sprinkled atop your brownie batch!
Check out the recipe here:
- Chocolate Covered Pretzels
Sometimes the easiest dessert is the best! This quick, customizable dessert makes a great sweet snack and it also makes a cute food gift for your next party. You can dip your pretzels in pretty much anything you wish after the initial chocolate dunk, so feel free to add colorful sprinkles, chopped nuts, or even mini M&Ms to your creation. The below recipe from Very Best Baking shows you how to make your pretzels pretty with chocolate designs.
Check out the recipe here: https://www.verybestbaking.com/recipes/143507/crazy-dipped-pretzel-rods/
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