The conventional wedding cake is slowly becoming a thing of the past. Many women nowadays are looking for exciting and delectable alternatives to serve to their wedding guests. Making your own desserts is a terrific way to get creative while also saving money if you are planning a DIY wedding. Here are eight simple wedding treats that you may make on your own.
- Chocolate Stout Cake Pop
That’s correct! Stout is the secret ingredient in these gourmet cake pops. These delectable bite-size cakes are guaranteed to be a hit at your wedding celebration.
2. Mixed Berry Vanilla Bean Cream Tarts
If you have any guests who have special dietary needs, these adorable tiny cream tarts might be the perfect treat to serve them. Even your guests who do not have dietary restrictions will enjoy these colorful snacks!
3. Pastel Meringues
These meringues are to die for, with crispy outsides and delicate insides. To produce a charming display of colorful meringues at your reception, use the base recipe and add your own favorite toppings, flavors, and colors.
4. Homemade Baked Sugar Donuts
For a rustic, country-style reception, donuts are a fun and tasty option. Plus, who doesn’t enjoy a good donut? Make sure to inform your guests that these are homemade so that you receive the correct credit.
5. Pink Champagne Truffles
These truffles are not only delicious, but they would also look wonderful at an exquisite reception.
6. Best Lemon Bars
Talk about stunning and delectable! If you serve these lemon bars as a dessert option at your wedding, they won’t last long.
7. Strawberry Shortcake Lush
This delectable take on strawberry shortcake would be ideal for a summer picnic-style wedding event. Either make numerous 9 x 13 inch pans according to the instructions, or experiment with shortbread cookies as the base for personal-sized rich cakes.
8. Individual No-Bake Cheesecakes
These simple cheesecakes are the ideal size for your visitors to pick up and enjoy. Just make a large quantity because these will disappear quickly.
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