Shop our favourites in dinnerware, cutlery and glassware.
Buy multiples and save up to 30%. SHOP HERE

Shop our favourites in dinnerware, cutlery and glassware. Buy multiples and save up to 30%. SHOP HERE

Best desserts to satisfy your sugar cravings

Prepare to meet your soulmate in sweet treat form.

Star Anise and Ginger Tarte Tatin - one of our best desserts!

Sweet tooths, unite! If you’re the type of person that always, always saves room for dessert, join the club. We’ve got afters, puddings, baked goods and sweet ideas galore in this epic round-up. There’s desserts for the chocolate lovers, the biscuit fiends, the stone fruit aficionados… you want it, we’ve got it. Make your cake and eat it too with these best dessert recipes.

This 5-spice peach galette is my love language! It’s the crispiest, flakiest pie pastry crust ever. Hero stone fruit with this impressive yet relatively simple summer dessert.

This baked slice really is the bomb (and it’s not just because it only uses one bowl to make). Citrusy yuzu, smooth vanilla and sweet pastry, this knockout slice is a simple yet iconic dessert that can feed the masses with minimal faffing.

Have you always wanted Insta-worthy cookies, but they fail every time, or look flat and lose their shape? This no-fail baking recipe will have your back, plus with our little ingredient twists up your sleeve, you’ll end up with a salty, savoury and delightful treat that’s impossible to resist. 

With heaps of tongue-tingling components, this bombe alaska is a weekend bakeathon project, but totally worth it. Save this one for a special family occasion and wow your loved ones.

The ol’ faithful chocolate and peanut butter combo gets even better with the addition of miso paste and sea salt. These cookies are chunky, chocolatey and a teeny tiny bit salty. Enjoy as is or dunk ‘em in your cuppa – either way, they’re impossible to resist.

Jam donuts just got better… seriously!! These soft, fluffy, homemade bao buns are stuffed with jam and decadently tossed in five-spice sugar. The result is a dessert you’ll want to make again, and again and again.

Creme caramel meets the softest ever sponge in this cracker dessert. This Vietnamese flan cake is sweet and creamy, light and airy, plus that just-set toffee is taken juuuuust to the edge for a rich finish. If you only try one of these desserts, make it this one.

The old favourite microwave mud cake is all grown up. This microwave butterscotch self-saucing pudding is full of crunchy toffee and creamy butterscotch. This is THE pudding for convenience lovers.

Ice cream. Wrapped in a cake. Deep fried. Ultra rich caramel sauce. Does it get much better than that? It might take a couple of tries to get the hang of the deep-frying ice cream thing, but it’s well worth the practice runs!

My own family’s special, secret recipe… recreated in your very own kitchen? You’re in for a treat. This Apple & Ginger Crumble is a truly tasty dessert that you can roll out no matter the occasion. 

A delicious choccy bar, in brownie form – what more could you want? Rich, velvety, chocolatey goodness with the extra added deliciousness of the coconut. These are a huge hit, they’ll be flying off your kitchen counter, quicksmart!

This Singaporean dessert recipe tastes as good as it looks. Brightly coloured crepes (that’s the pandan doing its thing) are filled with a super-sweet coconut filling and, well, WOW. There’s a reason these are a traditional favourite all over southeast Asia.

Chocolate, bourbon and coffee – they’re three of my favourite things! And this flourless chocolate torte has ALL THREE. It’s decadent, it’s rich and it’s spiked with booze. Doesn’t get much better, if you ask me.

This yum cha classic is made even easier by being made in a rice cooker (yep, seriously!). Super light and fluffy crepes, filled with cream and tropical mango – simply one of the best desserts.

Oozy, chewy, sticky and totally moreish… these ice cream cookie sandwiches are the dessert dreams are made of. AND they look super impressive but are so easy to make. Ideal for your next celebration (or those just-because occasions).

If you’ve got more apples than you know what to do with, this is the dessert for you: my apple tarte tatin with an Asian twist. Top with a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream and you’ve got a dessert fit for royalty!

This is the quintessential Aussie after-dinner treat. Crispy meringue, a fluffy marshmallow centre, and loads of cream and seasonal fruit… what a knockout. Light as a cloud, and just as dreamy – this is a true taste of Australia with a little tropical twist.

Smooth, vanilla ice cream, topped with a tongue numbing swirl of chilli oil. Yep, chilli crisp really does go with everything! It’s sweet, it’s savoury, it’s spicy – don’t knock it ‘till you try it!

Mama Noi knows best when it comes to this classic Thai dessert recipe. Sweet, tropical mango paired with sticky, coconut rice – it’s a match made in heaven.

This traditional dessert is often made inside pumpkin shells, but this easy version has cooked pumpkin inside. The pumpkin adds sweetness and texture, without being too sweet. It’s a good one!

Who doesn’t love sticky caramel, fresh bananas wrapped in fluffy pancakes and a generous scoop of ice cream? This dessert is so simple to master, PLUS you can make it the day before you need it if you’re planning on taking it to a family gathering. 

Better than your average banana fritters, Mama Noi’s recipe takes these to the next level – they’re crispy and fluffy on the outside, sweet and soft in the middle. 

This is the cheesecake of champions… it’s sweet, it’s salty and that super oozy caramel sauce is to die for.

If you’ve got some over-ripe bananas rattling about in your fruit bowl, this is your time to shine. This banana bread is taken to dessert-level status with the addition of super decadent butterscotch sauce. Put those on-the-turn ‘nanas to good use and get cracking on this one ASAP.

Fancy homemade ice cream but with none of the hard work? We’ve got you! These coconut ice cream pops require no machine AND no churning. Four ingredients, zero fancy gadgets and some very happy ice cream lovers. These coconut pops taste as good as they look. One of the best desserts for kids!

It’s a dim sum classic, made totally at home! Finally you can enjoy the flaky pastry and eggy, sweet custardy goodness of dim sum custard tarts but without the fuss. Store bought puff pastry makes these super easy and super quick – custard tarts in a flash.

Still craving something sweet?

Marion's Kitchen is for everyone who finds joy in flavour and happiness in every bite.

Popular on Marion's Kitchen