It's true: some of the best things really do come in small packages.
Milk Chocolate and Orange Mousse Cakes
These petite cakes bake up with chewy, chocolaty tops and irresistibly fluffy, creamy centers. A little bit of warm cream is a lovely topping, but these beauties are also divine on their own.
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Lemon Pots de Crème
Need a dose of sunshine? Bright, refreshing citrus is the star of these silky baked custards. And with only five ingredients, they could hardly be simpler to make.
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Coconut Cardamom Rice Pudding
This decadent pudding separates into two lovely layers in the oven: a creamy rice pudding on the bottom and a spiced, coconut custard on top. Topped with a little toasted coconut for color and crunch, it's sure to satisfy all your cravings.
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Chocolate Cherry Cookie Cakes
Because they come together in a flash without any fancy ingredients or equipment, these are a perfect, unexpected dessert to whip up for company. And no one can resist a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie. Swap the dried cherries for walnuts or pecans if you like.
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Roasted White Chocolate Mousse
Here's a pro tip: roasting melted white chocolate briefly in the oven deepens its color and adds a wonderful toasted, caramelized flavor. Look for a good quality white chocolate that contains at least 20 percent cocoa butter.
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Caramelized Banana Clafoutis
Clafoutis is a classic French dessert that tastes something like a soufflé, custard, and pancake all rolled into one. This recipe spotlights caramelized bananas, but berries or cherries would also be delicious substitutes.
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