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These 6 Quick Desserts Are Perfect For All You Hungry, Lazy People

So easy. So damn good.

07/10/2016 7:01 AM AEDT | Updated 07/10/2016 7:01 AM AEDT
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Sometimes you just want a really good, quick dessert -- and we're not talking two squares of dark chocolate or a piece of fruit. We mean sweet, indulgent, decadent, naughty desserts.

But, unless you're Nigella Lawson, not everyone has the time (or inclination) to whip up a dessert feast in the kitchen.

That's where these six quick, damn delicious desserts for lazy people come in. They're all your favourite classics -- like peanut butter brownie bars, cookie dough and vanilla cake -- but made simple and in under 30 minutes.

So, if you're at home wondering what you can make to satisfy your sweet tooth but are feeling lazy as hell, these quick desserts are for you.

Minimalist Baker, Foodie Crush, Big Man's World

1. Two-layer no bake peanut butter brownie bars

Recipe and image by Minimalist Baker.

If you love peanut butter, you need to get these no bake peanut butter brownie bars in your gob right now. They've got TWO layers (one brownie layer, one peanut butter dough layer), they don't require baking and they only take 20 minutes to make.

Check out the full recipe here.

Minimalist Baker
Drool.

2. Quick and easy raspberry fool

Recipe and image by Foodie Crush.

Strawberries and cream lolly fans out there, this one is for you. Combining five simple ingredients (the key one being cream), this sweet, fresh dessert takes a total of 15 minutes to make. Plus, it's got raspberries in it, so it's practically healthy.

Check out the full recipe here.

Foodie Crush
Play around with whatever berries you have at home.

3. One-minute vanilla mug cake

Recipe and image by Big Man's World.

Vanilla gets a pretty bad rap for being... well, so vanilla. But a good quality vanilla dessert (especially studded with chocolate chips) is amazing. Enter this one-minute vanilla mug cake, which is light and fluffy, and a single serve size so you don't go overboard.

Here's the full recipe.

Big Man's World
Choc chip are obligatory, of course.

4. Nutella no-bake cookies

Recipe and image by Foodie Crush.

Nutella and cookies are everyone's weakness (or strength), and this delicious dessert combines the two in the best way possible. With an oat base and filled with nutty Nutella and coconut goodness, these cookies require no baking and are ready to eat in just 20 minutes.

Check out the full recipe here.

Foodie Crush
No oven? No worries.

5. Three-ingredient chocolate almond fudge

Recipe and image by Big Man's World.

If you're less of a cake and cookie kind of person, this chocolate almond fudge might tickle your fancy. Made with just three ingredients, this fudge is everything you'd expect: rich, sticky, decadent and ridiculously fudgy.

Here's the full recipe.

Big Man's World
Sprinkle with salt to intensify the flavour.

6. Single serve oatmeal chocolate chip cookie dough

Recipe and image by Big Man's World.

Don't lie, the best part about making cookies (aside from eating them with tea) is shamelessly eating the raw cookie dough. To help you out, here's a single serve of chocolate chip cookie dough. And it's egg free so you can eat to your heart's content.

Check out the full recipe here.

Big Man's World
Don't skimp on the choccy chips.

Yep, pretty much.

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