Summer is almost here which means that soon we will have an overwhelming amount of fresh, delicious fruit on our hands. Of course, that fresh fruit will be wonderful on its own, but we think making it into a bunch of sweet desserts will make it even better. Luckily our new eCookbook, Fantastic Fruit Desserts Recipes: 8 Southern Recipes for Dessert, is full of amazing fruit dessert recipes that will help us bake our way through those summer fruits.
The Fantastic Fruit Dessert Recipes: 8 Southern Recipes for Dessert eCookbook features recipes for cake, dessert bars, pies, pudding, and more. The best thing about the recipes in Fantastic Fruit Dessert Recipes: 8 Southern Recipes for Dessert is that many of the recipes can also be made with frozen fruit, which means that you can enjoy this eCookbook all year round.
Here is a preview of some of the great recipes you will find when you download your free, printable copy of our Fantastic Fruit Dessert Recipes: 8 Southern Recipes for Dessert eCookbook!
Skillet Fruit Slump – If you love juicy fruit cobblers, you are sure to enjoy this Skillet Fruit Slump recipe. Fresh strawberries, blueberries, and peaches are combined to make the base of this slump. The great thing about this recipe is that you can use any fresh fruit that you have on hand. Plus, this slump’s topping is just as delicious as its fruit filling. The biscuit-like mixture that gets dropped on top of the fruit gets great texture and flavor from the addition of oats.
Mixed Berry Galette – Making a pie can be a daunting endeavor, but this recipe makes it extremely simple. This free-form galette leaves room for error so that you can make a delicious fruit dessert no matter what your skill level is in the kitchen. Fresh, juicy berries are heaped into the center of a pie crust before the galette bakes until golden brown and bubbly.
Double Pineapple Upside-Down Cake – Pineapple upside-down cakes are considered classic in the world of homemade cakes, so we had to include one of our favorite recipes in this eCookbook. This recipe for Double Pineapple Upside-Down Cake has twice the pineapple flavor as your typical upside-down cake. It is also very easy to make this recipe because it uses crushed pineapple instead of pineapple rings.
Check out our video to see what other great dessert recipes you will find in Fantastic Fruit Dessert Recipes: 8 Southern Recipes for Dessert!