The Food Network’s ‘Desert’ is just desserts!

You might have noticed that in recent months, I’ve been busy posting a few articles about desserts. 

I had a lot of dessert related content for the site, but lately I’ve had a bit more fun with desserts and have decided to share it with you all.

It’s just desserts.

This post is about desserts in general.

In a world where most people know that you can eat cake and cookies, I was really curious what other desserts could you make with them.

I decided to take a step back and think about desserts from an outside perspective.

The main thing I’ve learned over the years is that desserts can be both tasty and healthy, depending on how you make them. 

What’s good for you?

As a food blogger, I’m always trying to be an outside observer and look at the world through a different lens.

That is why I always try to make fun and unique desserts.

I want people to be able to enjoy the desserts that I make and enjoy the process of making them.

 So, why desserts?

I wanted to try something new. 

My goal was to make a dessert that is fun, interesting, and not just desserts: a dessert with a twist.

As with anything, I decided to do something that was really different.

My goal for this dessert was to take the traditional recipe and take it to a new level.

I wanted to add some of the flavor of vanilla bean to the mix, adding a new dimension to the traditional cake.

I decided that the result would be an ode to vanilla bean and a sweet dessert that you’ll love.

What’s in it?

Here are the ingredients: 1 cup vanilla bean, crushed 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1/4 cup almond meal 1/3 cup almond milk 1/8 cup confectioners’ sugar, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 cup confections (I used vanilla vanilla, vanilla, coconut, coconut sugar, and cocoa powder)Directions: 1.

In a medium bowl, combine all of the ingredients.


Mix well.


Add in the confectioner’s sugar and stir to combine.


Let stand for 10 minutes to set.


Take out of the refrigerator and pour into a piping bag. 


Pour over a clean tea towel to dry and chill for 30 minutes.


Slice the cake into 4 equal portions, and place on a parchment-lined baking sheet.


Use a sharp knife to slice into 6 squares. 


Stir in confectionery and chocolate, and serve. 


If you have any other desserts that you would like to share, please leave a comment below and let me know! 

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