Quirky Desserts

These aren’t your mother’s desserts. Be the undisputed queen of the fundraising bake sale with these quirky goodies.

Who doesn’t like food puns? With a few store-bought (or homemade, if you’re feeling particularly adventurous) cookies, a little vanilla frosting and some food coloring, you can whip up these no-bake “hamburger cookies.” Get cooking!

Hamburger cookies

We know, we know…rhubarb? For kids? So don’t tell ’em! This hearty, crumbly slice of heaven is so good, they won’t know the difference. Writer Caitlin Murray Giles tested this out in her own kitchen and says, “ever since we had this dessert, my son has been asking for more. We now have plans to make a strawberry-rhubarb pie.” Get cooking!

Rhubarb Crisp

These treats are especially good around Halloween, but who doesn’t love chocolate-dipped fruit all year round? Strawberries – nature’s candy – take center stage in this ghoulish taste on a classic do-it-yourself treat.

Strawberry Ghosts

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