No-bake Dessert Recipes: Let Your Fridge Do The Work
No-bake dessert recipes: let your fridge do the work
You don’t need an oven to make a cake. Instead, use your refrigerator to prepare cakes and other desserts that look as yummy as they taste.
Stay cool in the kitchen
Baking may be fun but not when the weather is swelteringly hot. No-bake desserts are great because you don’t need to sweat it out (literally) in a hot kitchen. Keep yourself and your kitchen cool with no-bake desserts that set in your fridge.
For some recipes, all you need is your trusty fridge and a sturdy blender, and you are all set to go. Whether you have a two-, three- or even six-door fridge, here’s why and how to create amazing no-bake desserts which let your refrigerator do most of the work.
Blend your way to sweet success
Another important kitchen appliance when making no-bake desserts is a blender. With the wide range of no-bake dessert recipes available, your blender will certainly be kept busy.
Use your MX-V310 Panasonic blender to puree fruits like mangoes or strawberries for no-bake cheesecakes. It can also make light work of nuts and dates for easy-to-make cookies and dessert bars. The Ultimate PowerBlade and V&M technology ensure everything is blended with dynamic efficiency, getting your ingredients to the right consistency in a snap.
Fried banana milkshakes
2 ripe bananas
• Melt butter in a pan on medium heat until butter browns.
No-bake mango-coconut chia pudding
¼ cup of chia seeds
1 cup of milk
1 ½ spoons of maple syrup (to taste)
1 mango peeled and cubed
2 tablespoons coconut flakes
For garnish, slices of fresh fruit
1. Add the chia seeds and milk to a medium-sized bowl and whisk vigorously.
2. Add the maple syrup to taste.
3. Set in your fridge overnight or at least for two hours until a pudding-like consistency forms.
4. Puree the mango in a blender until smooth. Spoon over the top of the pudding.
5. Add coconut flakes on top of the pudding and garnish with fresh fruit.