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15 Easy Grilled Desserts

Grilled Peaches With Honey-Ginger Cream Cheese Fluff

Photo courtesy of A Kitchen Addiction
Photo courtesy of A Kitchen Addiction

This simply delicious A Kitchen Addiction recipe uses the grill to caramelize the natural sugars in fresh peaches. The slight tang of honey-ginger cream cheese fluff complements the fruit’s sweetness.

Chocolate Strawberry Croissant

Nutella Strawberry Croissant
Photo courtesy of Oh, Sweet Basil

Don’t toss those leftover brunch croissants. Take a cue from Oh, Sweet Basil and toast them on the grill. Then top them off with chocolate hazelnut spread and whipped cream.

Grilled N’ Glazed Strawberries

Photo courtesy of Crème de la Crumb
Photo courtesy of Crème de la Crumb

Crème de la Crumb makes fresh strawberry skewers even more irresistible with a quick and easy vanilla cream cheese glaze.

Grilled Pineapple and Strawberries With Bourbon White Chocolate

Photo courtesy of A Zesty Bite

Bourbon white chocolate sauce and an unexpected secret ingredient (psst … it’s white chocolate coffee creamer), give these fruit skewers from A Zesty Bite a hint of decadence.

Espresso Glazed Coconut Doughnuts

Photo courtesy of Half Baked Harvest

Half Baked Harvest remixes this breakfast favorite by first grilling the doughnuts, and then dunking them in homemade mocha coconut ganache.

Grilled Pineapple With Cinnamon Sugar Glaze

Photo courtesy of Lollyjane

Serve these grilled pineapples from Lollyjane as a side dish with grilled pork or chicken. Then, after everybody’s finished the main course, add a scoop of ice cream and turn them into a simply refreshing dessert.

Stone Fruit & Almond Mascarpone Dip

Grilled Fruit with Almond Mascarpone
Photo courtesy of Christina Lane-Dessert for Two

Dessert for Two breaks out of her usual mold with this party-friendly recipe made with peaches, plums, apricots and pluots.

Figs With Vanilla Ice Cream and Strawberry Sauce

Grilled Figs
Photo courtesy of The Hungry Australian

The Hungry Australian pairs fresh, grilled figs with ice cream drizzled with strawberry sauce for a cool, sweet dessert that only takes five minutes to make.

Pears With Cinnamon Drizzle

Grilled Pears with Cinnamon Drizzle
Photo courtesy of A House in the Hills

A House in the Hills discovers that warm cinnamon honey glaze is the “Best. Thing. Ever.”, especially when drizzled over grilled pears.

Grilled Pound Cake With Berries

Photo courtesy of Paula Jones

For a simple-yet-elegant way to round off any meal, try Paula Jones’ grilled pound cake topped with yogurt, blueberries, fresh mint and powdered sugar.  See the full recipe on the blog Bell’alimento.

Grilled Pizza With Fresh Ricotta & Strawberries

Grilled Pizza with Fresh Ricotta & Strawberries
Photo Courtesy of Food Babbles

A heavenly dessert (or breakfast according to Food Babbles) this sweet twist on pizza features ricotta cheese made from scratch and strawberries soaked in sugar and Grand Marnier®.

Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone & Berries

Grilled Pound Cake
Photo courtesy of Sugar and Cloth

This fool-proof dessert from Sugar & Cloth doesn’t require much measuring and takes about 10 minutes, or even less if you buy a pound cake from the store.

Fruit Pizza With Hazelnut Spread

Photo courtesy of Lollyjane

It all starts with pre-made cookie dough. Then Lollyjane adds rich, sweet hazelnut spread and fresh fruit for a crowd-pleasing dessert that you can whip up in seconds.

Grilled Angel Berry Skewers

Angel Berry Skewers
Photo courtesy of Living Better Together

A salute to fresh summer berries, this no-fuss recipe from Living Better Together is full of natural flavors and sweetness.

Vegan Deconstructed Boozy Mocha Drenched Grilled Banana Coconut Cream Pies

Photo Courtesy of Half Baked Harvest

The name pretty much says it all. Luckily this boozy, chocolaty, creamy creation from Half Baked Harvest is easier to make than it is to say.

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