5 Delicious Desserts You Didn't Know You Can Make in a Turbo Broiler

Use this versatile kitchen appliance to make sweet treats!

Turbo broilers deserve more attention than they get: they are very versatile in the sense that you can use them for both sweet and savory dishes. For desserts, they help yield very specific results: if you want your dish to be crunchy or caramelized on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside, try giving your turbo broiler a whirl instead of your oven! Here are 5 easy recipes to try when you're craving for a quick dessert.

 


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1 Mini Molten Chocolate Cake

Turbo broilers are perfect for molten lava cakes. Here is a basic recipe that only takes 20 minutes to make.

 

 

 

2 Cassava Cake

You don't need an oven to make cassava cake! A turbo broiler is strong enough to cook grated cassava, you that toasted cheese topping is achievable with the appliance's broiling feature.

 

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3 Coffee and Marshmallow Brownie Cups

Turbo broilers are great for brownies: they will be toasted on the outside, and the inside will remain thick and gooey. The marshmallows in the recipe will also melt into gooey goodness!

 

 


 

4 Ensaymada Bread Pudding

Bread pudding needs to be soft and thick under a crunchy, caramelized, crusted top. Add a sprinkle of nuts to add extra crunch!

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5 Double Chocolate Skillet Cookie

Because skillets won't fit inside turbo broilers, use a deep broiler-proof dish to bake this cookie. Set it at a low temperature so it stays half-baked on the inside. Serve it with a scoop of ice cream on top!

 

 

 

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