Easy in a hurry dessert recipes


Easy in a hurry desserts! When surprise company comes over,
you can never go wrong with these quick and easy pie desserts! If you like quick and easy desserts, also check out 5 minute trifle desserts by clicking here.
12 Store bought mini graham cracker crusts
individual 4  premade packs of snack pack puddings (suggestions : 2 chocolate,  2 lemon,  2 vanilla or butterscotch )
flaked coconut and extra for garnishing
(There are many more to choose from use your favorites and imagination to create some delicious pies!)
2 sliced bananas for filling and more for garnish
1 small carton of egg whites
3 tablespoons sugar
whipped cream or whipped topping
chocolate syrup
chocolate curls
candy bars crushed

Mix 2 containers in a small bowl of  the vanilla individual snack pack puddings with 1/4 cup coconut set aside. Mix 2 more vanilla containers with 1 sliced banana, set aside.  Fill individual crusts with coconut cream, then another one with banana cream, top them with whipped cream and garnish with what the theme is, more coconut on top of the cream or bananas for the banana cream.
Take some of the other crusts and add chocolate pudding to them and top with whipped cream, garnish with chocolate curls or chocolate syrup.
Beat 1/2 cup of the eggs whites with  3 tablespoons sugar electric mixer until stiff.
In the other graham cracker crusts add the lemon pudding and top with meringue. Broil meringue until light brown on 400 degree hot oven.

8 comments:

  1. These tartellettes are delicious :) Have a good day dear, kisses

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  2. Deliziosi questi dolci piccoli dessert. Buona giornata Daniela.

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  3. Since I am not into baking, this dessert is for me. Quick and easy.

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  4. You know, I only have dessert about once a month. These delectables are making me rethink that!

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  5. These mini pie shells are great. I used to use them all the time at my restaurant for the buffet!

    <3 Dana @ This Silly Girl's Life

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  6. What easy and delicious treats. I'll have to give this a try.I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  7. Hi Pengasuslegend, thanks for sharing the quickie dessert. It sure look good and taste good.

    Have a nice week ahead.Regards.

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  8. Hi there, I have been out of the blogging community for a while. Sometimes life just gets so busy. Looks like I have been missing some great recipes. That raspberry pavlova below is making my mouth water. Happy cooking, Steve

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