Category: No-Bake Recipes

Overhead of water melon sorbet in ice cream container. – Watermelon Sorbet Recipe | Baked by an Introvert

Sweet Watermelon Sorbet made with only 3 ingredients. You’ll crave this on a hot summer day. This watermelon sorbet is what summer is all about. It is super simple to make and just what you will need to finish out the hottest summer month. Leave the oven off and grab yourself a heaping scoop of

overhead of buckeye candy arranged on a round white plate – Simple Buckeye Recipe | Baked by an Introvert®

Make the best buckeye candy recipe with just 5 simple ingredients and no chocolate tempering required. The buckeye balls have a delightful peanut butter flavor with a delicious chocolate coating. OH…IO! Buckeye candy is synonymous with the state of Ohio. These peanut butter and chocolate confections resemble the nut of the Buckeye tree, the state

Classic no bake cookies with peanut butter, chocolate, and oats. – Classic No-Bake Cookies | Baked by an Introvert®

If you love oatmeal cookies loaded with chocolate and peanut butter, then this no-bake cookie recipe is for you! So simple to make with just a handful of ingredients, these cookies can be made in just 20 minutes. These chocolate no bake cookies are the perfect, easy dessert for summer. Since they don’t require baking,

front view of four jars of panna cotta topped with raspberry sauce, fresh raspberries scattered on tabletop and eucalyptus in a vase in the back ground – Panna Cotta | Baked by an Introvert®

This panna cotta recipe is the perfect fancy Italian dessert with creamy custard and fresh fruit sauce. This easy dessert creates single servings for your guests. So, what is panna cotta anyway? It is sweetened milk and cream, which is thickened with gelatin. This is an easy no-bake dessert that looks so fancy. It’s one

slices of easy fudge recipe – Easy Fudge Recipe | Baked by an Introvert®

This is the best fudge recipe and it’s made with just three ingredients! It’s rich, creamy, and so easy to make. Fudge is a fantastic no-bake treat and this recipe is by far the easiest. It doesn’t require a candy thermometer or any special tools to make, much like my easy peanut butter fudge. You

overhead of praline pecans neatly arranged on white background – Melt in Your Mouth Praline Pecans

Praline pecans are a rich, buttery, and melt in your mouth. These are flavored with vanilla but are also great with rum and coconut. These praline pecans are the perfect treats for holiday gift-giving. It’s an easy recipe but does require a candy thermometer. A thermometer is crucial since temperature plays an important roll in

high angled view of apple butter in glass jar with apple and jar of apple butter behind it – Homemade Apple Butter | Baked by an Introvert®

Homemade apple butter recipe spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves is full of delicious fall flavor. It’s super easy to make in the slow cooker or crockpot. Homemade apple butter is something you must have in the Fall – it goes good on any sort of bread. The great thing is you can use essentially

Baked by an Introvert® logo – Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies | Baked by an Introvert®

Peanut butter no-bake cookies are chewy and full of peanut butter flavor. They take just a few minutes to make and are great for when you don’t want to turn on the oven! Peanut butter no-bake cookie recipe One of my favorite treats ever is my cookie butter no-bake cookies. They’re a fun spin on

Baked by an Introvert® logo – Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure for more info. This cookie dough ice cream recipe is loaded with chocolate chips and. The bonus is it’s no-churn and gluten-free. This means it comes together quickly and everyone can enjoy it! Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream recipe This cookie dough ice cream

Baked by an Introvert® logo – How to Make Chocolate Ganache

Learn how to make chocolate ganache with this easy tutorial. This simple ganache recipe requires just two ingredients and you can have different consistencies by varying the ratio of each ingredient. The process takes just 5 minutes! Chocolate ganache almost sounds intimidating, doesn’t it? I used to think there was some complicated technique for making

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