Recipes for Pretty Little Sweets

Here’s a collection of dessert recipes that are every bit as pretty as they are sweet. Bon appétit!

Chocolate Cream and Filo Boat by Carnets Parisiens

Let your little one’s imagination sail away with these lovely phyllo boats adrift in a sea of chocolate cream. Yet another amazing recipe from Carnets Parisiens (check out her  constellation cookies here).

Cake Pop Ice Cream Cones

Serve up these ice cream cake pops at your child’s next birthday party and the children will squeal with delight. The recipe is available at La Receta de la Felicidad (see her DIY piñata cupcakes here as well).

Heart Milk Cubes

As these heart milk cubes melt, the milk turns pink. How cool is that? All it takes is milk, a few drops of red food coloring, and an ice cube tray. Visit A Subtle Revelry for more info.

Piggy Macarons

These piggy macarons are so much fun. The only problem is how difficult it will be to eat their sweet little faces! Get the recipe & tutorial at Raspberri Cupcakes.

Strawberry Charlottes

Even by Tartelette’s standards, these strawberry and vanilla charlottes are exceptionally beautiful. Head over to her website for the recipe.

Mini Pink Eclairs by Amy Atlas

These mini pink eclairs are just one of the many wonderful sweets you’ll find in Amy Atlas’ new book, Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It. You can also find the complete recipe for the eclairs at Sweetapolita. If you’re not familiar with Amy Atlas, she’s the genius behind those amazing dessert tables.

5 Comments

  • August 23, 2012

    Jenni @ Just Stuff

    I am such a sucker for cute desserts. Can’t wait to try the milk ice cubes, mini eclairs, and the ice cream cones.

  • August 26, 2012

    Melissa Kojima

    The pig macaroons are awesome. I love the ice cream cones too. So many fun, yummy party ideas in all of them!

  • September 5, 2013

    Coco Cake Land

    the piggy macaron is hilarious. and who could resist a pretty little pink eclair! (also, those two words go magically together!) xo

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