14 Easy Dessert Recipes With Just 3 Ingredients – Brit + Co

When it comes to dessert recipes, sometimes you just want something nice and simple to satisfy your sweet tooth. Yums like chocolate chip cookies or lemon lavender ice cream can be fun, but they often require a packed pantry full of ingredients and mix-ins. These drool-worthy recipes are made with just three (that’s right, THREE) ingredients or less. Whip up one of these sweet treats next time you’re in a pinch to quell a sugar craving.

No-Bake Bonbons Easy Dessert

Cream, butter, and chocolate chips form the base of the truffles. If you want to make it boozy, add in a splash of Baileys. If you want to make it crunchy, roll it in sprinkles afterward. (via Brit + Co)

Banana Cinnamon Rolls

banana cinnamon rolls dessert recipes
Talk about clean eating. These amazing cinnamon rolls are completely vegan and grain-free. The sweetness, of course, comes from bananas and dates — two of the most beloved dessert ingredients in the world of healthy eating. You only need three ingredients (bananas + dates + cinnamon), but you can add vanilla and/or salt if desired. (via Feasting on Fruit)

Simple 3-Ingredient Chocolate Covered Date Nut Bars

chocolate covered date bars dessert recipes
Dates, nuts and dark chocolate chips are all you need to make these healthy and flat-out YUMMY nut bars. These babies are chock full of antioxidants (from the nuts and dark chocolate) and healthy fats, making them perfect for anyone looking for a semi-sweet, healthy dessert option. (via Fit Mitten Kitchen)

Easy Rolo Pretzel Turtles

rolo pretzel truffles dessert recipes
Let’s switch gears for a sec here… these Rolo pretzel turtles aren’t pretending to be a diet food. They are, however, SUPER yummy, and a perfect finger food to serve at any party or gathering. (via Garnish With Lemon)

3-Ingredient Buttery Shortbread Cookies

shortbread cookies dessert recipes
These cookies may LOOK Christmas-y, but sub in different-colored sprinkles and you can serve them year-round. They are the ultimate shortbread cookies, with one exception: You only need butter, brown sugar and all-purpose flour to make them. (via Chew Out Loud)

Chocolate Coconut Balls

chocolate coconut balls dessert recipes
The base of these healthy dessert balls is coconut, which makes them not only tasty, but rich in healthy plant-based fats. Pro tip: If you really want to up the flavor of these little noms, add a fourth ingredient — vanilla extract. (via Forks N Knives)

Easy 3-Ingredient Creamy Peanut Butter Fudge

peanut butter fudge dessert recipes
If you love the flavor combo of peanut butter and almonds, you’re going to LOVE this decadent fudge recipe. It only takes three ingredients to whip up too — minus the refrigeration time that comes with any fudge recipe, of course. (via Sprinkle Bakes)

3-Ingredient Flourless Nutella Mug Cake

nutella mug cake dessert recipes
This mug cake recipe features the flavors of chocolate and hazelnuts, all made in one convenient little mug. Whisk all three ingredients together in a cup, and pop it in the microwave for just over a minute. It’s literally that simple. (via Kirbie’s Cravings)

The next time you go scouring the internet for dessert recipes, consider one of these picks (and don’t forget to tag us)! Not only are these 3-ingredient dessert recipes quick and easy, but they’re also yummy. That’s a win-win-win in our book.

This post has been updated from a previous article.

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