15 Sweet No-Bake Summertime Desserts
Are you craving something sweet, but it's too hot to bake a cake? When the temperature heats up, cool off with one of these refreshing, no-bake desserts.
Mixed Berry Cake
Nothing screams summer like fresh berries and ice cream piled high atop an airy sponge cake.
Easy Banoffee Pie
Layers of caramel and bananas, topped with whipped cream, are the perfect way to end a warm day.
Pineapple Milk Shake
Add some pineapple to your typical milk shake for a refreshing twist on this kid-favorite treat.
Crushed meringues add sweetness and texture to this classic Italian dish.
Dinner guests will be impressed when you present this decadent dessert. (Shhh — they don't need to know how easy the recipe is.)
Peaches with Meringue and Raspberry Sauce
You can't go wrong with juicy peaches, fresh raspberries, and crumbled meringue cookies.
You might not remember the name, but one taste of this strawberry and chocolate ice cream concoction, and you'll never forget the taste!
Strawberry Yogurt Mousse
Evaporated milk gives this creamy mousse its light and airy texture.
Boozy Berries with Mint and Elderflower Cream
This adults-only dessert is a great way to top off a busy summer day.
Chocolate Milk Shake "Float"
Treat the kids to one of these frothy, chocolatey, oh-so-yummy milkshakes. While you're at it, treat yourself to one, too!
Berry Mascarpone Fool
Mascarpone cheese, whipped cream, and berries blend together to create the perfect summertime dessert.
To avoid turning on the stove top, use your microwave to melt the butter and chocolate for the graham cracker crust. (Yes, it's definitely worth it!)
Lemon and Lime Syllabub
Swap your sweet dessert for this tart and refreshing (and adults-only) treat.
Coeur à la Crème
These tasty individual puddings need 2-3 days to drain, but you'll be rewarded with a deliciously creamy treat when they are ready.
Apricots with Amaretti Cookies and Mascarpone
Seasonal apricots layered with mascarpone cheese and crunchy cookies make a great dessert for a hot summer day.