Less is more.
Who says recipes have to be complicated to be good? These easy desserts 2-ingredient desserts celebrate the minimalist approach to maximum satisfaction.
Oreo cookies + white chocolate. At last count, there were a gazillion Oreo flavors out there, and they can all be made into super-easy cookie bark.
Puff pastry + sugar. Translated as "pigs' ears," this super-easy confection is also known as palmiers, palm leaves, or elephant ears. To change it up, roll the pastry dough with cinnamon sugar, fruit preserves, or Nutella.
Peanut butter + almond bark. So many ways to change up the flavors. How about dark chocolate and crunchy peanut butter next time? And there should definitely be a next time.
Nutella + coconut cream. "These are a great homemade version of Coconut Bliss Bars" — CJ
Peanut butter + banana. The ingredients are right there in the title, but you can add extras like nuts, chocolate, marshmallows, or crushed cookies.
Chocolate + potato chips. Because chocolate elevates everything to dessert status. Make sure to use thick, sturdy chips so they'll stand up to the dipping. As an alternative, you can simply drizzle the chocolate over them.
Chocolate chips + dried blueberries. Make this with dark chocolate and get a double dose of antioxidants in every bite.
Almonds + chocolate chips. Substitute any other nuts you like in this super-simple confection.
Puff pastry + Nutella. Puff pastry baked in your waffle iron needs to be your new obsession. Spread with Nutella, peanut butter, jam, or whatever your heart desires.
Yes, impressive desserts can come from just two ingredients. Now take a look at what you can make with no more than five ingredients.