Tempting Two-Bite Desserts

End your meal on a sweet but sensible note with these lavishly satisfying treats.

Donna Florio
Tempting Two-Bite Desserts
Ladyfingers, raspberry preserves, and whipping cream make <a href="http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/raspberry-tiramis-bites-10000001713137/" target="_blank">Raspberry Tiramis&#249; Bites</a> a fruity twist on the traditional dessert.
William Dickey / Styling Lisa Powell Bailey / Food Styling Rebecca Kracke Gordon


Test Kitchens Tips


  • A hand mixer works great for these small desserts, so you won’t need to pull out the heavy equipment.
  • Store tightly wrapped leftover ladyfingers in the freezer. Or toast them, and top with ice cream and fudge sauce for a spur-of-the-moment dessert.
  • Toast more almonds than you’ll need for the tartlets. Store extra almonds in a plastic container in the freezer. They’re great in salads and on coffee cakes.


"Tempting Two-Bite Desserts" is from the March 2008 issue of Southern Living.