No Oven Required: Delicious No-Bake Desserts

If you've got a sweet tooth, you'll definitely be craving the no-bake desserts in Faith Durand's new book Bakeless Sweets. Durand, the executive editor of Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn blog, has created a collection of recipes that are just the thing for when you crave something sticky and sweet but don't dare turn on your oven. Temptation takes the form of cold ice box cake, chilly panna cotta, jiggly gelatins, and even a breakfast-appropriate yogurt parfait. Stacy Newgent's photos make the dishes look scandalously good but most are stealthily healthy-they're gluten-free, made with low sugar, or use whole grains such as quinoa and barley. Good-for-you desserts? Now, that's rich.

Photo: Stacy NewgentPhoto: Stacy Newgent Root-Beer and Cream Soda Terrine
This Root Beer and Cream Soda Terrine is gluten-free. What a fun take on this classic flavor combo!

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Photo: Stacy NewgentPhoto: Stacy Newgent Creme Brulee
You can make this no-bake creme brulee on the stovetop.

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Photo: Stacy NewgentPhoto: Stacy Newgent Cheesecake Budino
Cheesecake in a cup? Sold. This cheesecake budino is layered with berries and has a brandied cherry sauce.

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Photo: Stacy NewgentPhoto: Stacy Newgent S'mores Pudding Cake
This is what heaven looks like: s'mores pudding cake.
Photo: Stacy NewgentPhoto: Stacy Newgent Chocolate Mousse
What's better than a decadent chocolate dessert? A decadent chocolate dessert you can eat out of a cup, like this mousse.

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